Your Birmingham Alabama Sleep Consultant

Your Sleep Consultant in Birmingham, AL

Welcome to Tonja B’s Sleep Consulting. I live in Birmingham, AL, but I help parents all over the United States teach their babies/children to sleep through the night. When I say sleep through the night, I mean 11-12 hours of uninterrupted sleep. I am an advocate for sleep and I am an advocate for mom and baby. I am here to support you!

Please feel free to download my free tips above. These tips are the foundation of what I use to help parents implement the sleep plans that I create. These tools, if followed correctly, can get you great results with your child. If your child has a sleep prop, then it could be difficult to navigate proper sleep habits because the child could get upset and in turn, this usually makes mom upset.

This is where I come in, I create a customized sleep plan for you (to maximize comfort for baby AND ease mom’s anxiety) and support you for the next 2-3 weeks (depending on the age of your child).

Here’s How It Works
  • Book a FREE 15-minute consultation with me on my booking link OR go to the contact page and send me an email.
  • Once we talk, and you decide that working together is a great fit for you and your family, we schedule a 1-1.5 hour consult. During this consult, I will review the customized sleep plan with you.
  • We implement the plan!
  • Lastly, 14 days later, you have a child that is sleeping 12 hours independently through the night (by soothing themselves!)

I became passionate about helping moms and babies obtain sleep because of my own struggles with my middle child and sleep. I didn’t sleep more than 3-4 hours at a time for a whole YEAR! I was exhausted, irritated, anxious, depressed, and the list goes on… I was a hot mess and when I implemented the customized sleep plan, he was sleeping through the night by night 3!!

In my experience with working with moms and babies, I have seen a 100% success rate and moms are very excited about this program. It warms my heart each and every time that I reach success with a family and it confirms to me that this is my passion and what I am supposed to be doing. There is so much to be worried/stressed about becoming a parent, let’s not allow sleep deprivation to be on the list. Truth is that sleep deprivation tends to run into other aspects of your life and if we can import more sleep, then we can relieve so much on your plate!!

About Me

As a mother of three children, one who had sleep issues, I understand the emotional strain and stress that a child not sleeping through the night can have on a family. While training to become a baby sleep consultant in Birmingham, Alabama, I recently discovered the need for children to sleep through the night in order to be well-adjusted individuals.

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