Our Mission

at Little Sleeper Solutions

is to provide parents the tools & support they need to get their children sleeping independently through the night

Our Philosophy

Based on
The Sleep Sense™ Program

which was created out of a strong belief that healthy sleep habits make for healthy children. A well-rested child is curious, energetic, happy, playful, and eager to learn.

Bedtime, Night Wakeups & Naps

What contributes to a restful,
full night of sleep?

Early bedtime, predictable routines, consistent sleep environment, child learns to self soothe, and adjustments in wake windows...just to name a few.

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Angie F.

"When we started with Tarah, we were sleeping on the floor of our two year old's room every single night. And although the snuggles were nice, we were exhausted. Even if we could sneak out after he finally fell asleep, there were multiple wake ups each night, which brought us right back to sleeping on his floor. Within two weeks, he was happily jumping in his bed each night and falling asleep quickly on his own and sleeping the entire night!!! Thank you sooooo much Tarah!"

Shyann B.

"Hi Tarah. I just wanted to say thank you again for your help. I’ve been paying attention to her wake windows a lot more and I’ve been doing the 10 minutes before I go back in to help her. When I tell you I’ve had 4 nights of sleep and time to myself it’s amazing. I’m working on the bedtime routine to get it down to 30 minutes yet but so far it’s working. We sometimes have to sneak a 3rd nap in but the night times are much better. Thank you again for your help and taking the time out of your day to talk to me. I really do appreciate it."

Shannon K.

"Tarah has been so helpful and kind and understanding of our situation. I have learned a lot since we started. I'm grateful for the experience, it has really helped us."

Courtney P.

"Tarah provided clear steps as well as supporting evidence as to why those steps would help. As an anxious first time Mom, that was incredibly helpful and reassuring! This whole process has made me realize that I don't need to (and shouldn't) always manage my daughter getting to sleep for naps and bedtime. I now ask for help when I need it and my husband is even more engaged in these activities."

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