Hi, I'm Molly, a wife, mom, beach fanatic, lover of iced coffee (only iced!) and SLEEP!
Let me take a guess, you’re exhausted, feeling frustrated and running out of ideas on ways to get your infant or toddler to sleep. You’ve tried what feels like everything to get your baby to sleep. You've fallen into the 2am amazon trap by buying the product that promises 12 hours of sleep, yet your baby is still waking up. And you’d try just about anything at this point to get your child sleeping!
Am I right? How do I know? Because I’ve been where you are!
My son Bryce would not sleep for the first 5 months of his life. I feel into the trap of buying every.single.product that promised longer stretches of sleep. I had him sleeping in unsafe products that were advertised to tired, desperate parents.
Fast forward to a phone call with a sleep coach. An expert who assured me that she could get my son sleeping if I listened to her. DONE! With her support and a detailed sleep plan, Bryce was putting himself to sleep, taking great naps and only waking once a night for an age appropriate feed.
Not only were we all sleeping but I could actually enjoy motherhood! I could plan outings with family and actually go on a date with my husband.
Life was GOOD!
Once I learned the secret to get my son to sleep, I discovered my passion for pediatric sleep and ran at the opportunity to get certified. In 2018, I became a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant through Dream School. I have helped hundreds of families teach their children how to fall and stay asleep independently, help extend naps and address other common sleep challenges.
When I’m not supporting families with sleep, I’m likely drinking an iced coffee during the day or a margarita at night (and sometimes by night I mean early afternoon - toddler life, AMIRIGHT?!) and likely watching whatever Real Housewives season is new on Bravo. My happy place is on Cape Cod, hence the name Sleep Shore, I love a good beach day with my toes in the sand and a drink in my hand.
If you’re struggling right now, know that you aren’t alone, and it is okay to ask for help. It is not selfish to prioritize your sleep needs in order to be a better version of yourself. If you’re ready to help your little one get the rest they need, let’s talk!
I never thought I’d use a sleep coach and I could just figure it out, but I ended up reaching out to Molly when I was at my breaking point with my 15 month old. He was suddenly refusing naps and waking up early in the morning. The only way we could get him to nap was in the stroller—it was a complete disaster. Working with Molly was the best decision I made and my only regret is not reaching out to her sooner! She not only helped me get my son sleeping in his crib again, but also transition to one nap. She was incredibly patient, supportive, responsive, kind (and the list goes on) throughout the whole process. What I appreciated most was that she always had a rationale for her approach and helped me better understand my toddlers sleep needs. I highly recommend working with her!