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Today we are meeting with Ellanee Wilson, the Sleep Coach Mom, and the purpose of this podcast episode is to help moms feel confident in whatever sleep choices they make. Rosie and Ellanee discuss the differences in how touchy your children can be and how this will influence their ability to sleep with you or on their own. Newborn babies often have fairly abnormal sleep patterns after leaving the mother’s womb, so it’s quite normal for things to be irregular once your baby is born, which many first time mothers don’t understand.

  • Becoming the sleep coach mom 1:15
  • Co-sleeping with your children 7:00
  • Everyone has a different experience 12:30
  • It’s OK for your child to not sleep well at first 18:00
  • Women need the right support 29:00
  • It’s not about finding the perfect nighttime routine once biological needs are met 35:00

“I feel like there is an idea out there that if you do focus on independent sleep, it is like this rigid–and there is some level of like, you need to be consistent with things in the very beginning, but I feel like people have a preconceived notion that it means you just don’t respond to your child’s needs, and that’s just so very much not the case.” 41:39


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Today we are meeting with Ellanee Wilson, the Sleep Coach Mom, and the purpose of this podcast episode is to help moms feel confident in whatever sleep choices they make. Rosie and Ellanee discuss the differences in how touchy your children can be and how this will influence their ability to sleep with you or on their own. Newborn babies often have fairly abnormal sleep patterns after leaving the mother’s womb, so it’s quite normal for things to be irregular once your baby is born, which many first time mothers don’t understand. Becoming the sleep coach mom 1:15 Co-sleeping with your children 7:00 Everyone has a different experience 12:30 It’s OK for your child to not sleep well at first 18:00 Women need the right support 29:00 It’s not about finding the perfect nighttime routine once biological needs are met 35:00 “I feel like there is an idea out there that if you do focus on independent sleep, it is like this rigid–and there is some level of like, you need to be consistent with things in the very beginning, but I feel like people have a preconceived notion that it means you just don’t respond to your child’s needs, and that’s just so very much not the case.” 41:39 sleepcoachmom.com @sleep.coach.mom https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/ https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/ Pick up a copy of Journal to Joy. My NEW 90 Day Goals, Gratitude & Affirmation Journal to Create a Happy & Abundant Life. https://www.theirishmummy.com/ Subscribe to Letters to My Sisters Newsletter. You will hear EVERYTHING here first. https://www.theirishmummy.com/ leer más leer menos

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