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Enter to Win a Mini Sleep Consultation

The WINNER is Sandy Duque!  Congratulations Sandy!!  We have sent you an email to book your 30 minute consultation.  Thank you everyone for participating.  

We will be having another one soon!

As a thank you for your ongoing support and commitment to Good Night Sleep Site and because it’s Mothers Day we are offering you a chance to WIN a free 30 Minute Phone Consultation with 1 Day of Email Support.

This contest closes May 21st at 12:00 am EST.

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Alanna McGinn
Alanna McGinn
Alanna McGinn is Founder and Certified Sleep Expert of Good Night Sleep Site, a global sleep consulting practice. She is host of the ‘This Girl Loves Sleep’ Podcast and author of ‘This Baby Loves Sleep’. Alanna has established the world-wide brand of Good Night Sleep Site as being a #1 sleep resource for families and her and her team of sleep consultants strive in helping families (baby to adults) and corporations overcome their sleep challenges and have well-rested smiles in the morning. You can find out more about Alanna McGinn and how to work with a Good Night Sleep Consultant at www.goodnightsleepsite.com and follow Alanna and all her sleep tips on Instagram - @GNSleepSite.

35 comments on “Enter to Win a Mini Sleep Consultation

  1. Mandy on

    I could definitely use this. My little girl used to sleep great, 6-7 hours at a time by 7 weeks but now at 9 weeks she has started waking up every hour or two in the night and won’t go back to sleep without nursing. I haven’t changed anything in our routine. I have no idea what’s going on!

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  2. Nichole on

    Need this consult for my 2 year old. We have new born twins and with all of them up at night makes it very difficult for mommy and daddy.
    Thanks for doing this contest 🙂

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  3. Carole on

    Although my little one generally sleeps well, we do run into a few hiccups once in a while. Lately he takes a little longer to fall asleep for his naps. Should I shorten them, and if yes, do they get shortened at the beginning (by putting him to down a little later) or at the end (by getting him up earlier). Not sure about this one.

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  4. Michelle on

    I would love to have help with sleep. My little one hit his rolling milestone and wants to practice, at all hours in the crib. Now has developed a habit of getting up at 3 am and can not get back to sleep.

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  5. Shana on

    3 kids. 4 yr old sleep walks/has night terrors 3-5x per week. 2.5 occasionally takes 2 hrs to fall asleep (if we miss the “window”, & my 5 month old will occasionally do a 4 hr stretch, but hardly naps either. Help!!!!

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  6. Kristen T on

    My daughter is struggling to self soothe. She throws her legs up jn the air and slams them down, and rubs her head from side to side. She also needs a fuzzy blanket and soother to get to sleep but I would like to wean her from those associations. And she is still waking during the night for a feed or two and she’s six months! I could really use a few minutes of your help and this contest would help us greatly! Thank you!

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  7. Rachel on

    Yes please!!! I can’t afford a sleep consult but really need one: my 8.5 month old wakes frequently overnight, then wakes early and takes inconsistent naps during the day.

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  8. Tania on

    I have a 6.5 month old little boy. We’ve come a LONG way since day one, he’s sleeping 11-12 hours per night with one waking, but we could use some pointers on changing sleep habits as he grows older.

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    • Jocelyn on

      Hit send too soon, must be the lack of sleep. Our biggest struggle right now is we can not get our four month old to sleep longer than an hour or two straight at night after hitting the three month growth spurt. We’d love to get some more solid hours of sleep, back to the four hour stretches we used to have.

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  9. Sara Harrison on

    We really could use this. We have a 7.5 month old daughter who refuses to go to sleep. I have been co-sleeping with her for about 2 months and have just decided that enough is enough and want her to sleep in her crib. The whole time she’s been sleeping with me she’s been napping in her crib. Now she refuses. We have tried to sit with her, tried a soother, I’ve left her to cry it out for over an hour and she still won’t go to sleep. She’s just figured out how to stand up in the crib and can’t get back down. So that’s another issue.

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  10. Cindy on

    I certainly could benefit from the Mothers Day competition… My little guy is almost 4mo old, and does not nap nor does he he sleep longer than 4hrs at a time in the night. I’m exhausted!!!

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  11. Laura on

    I need this because My 10 month old doesn’t sleep through the night. I can’t try the cry it out method because she shares a room with my 3 year old. (Also, I’m so tired, it took me a few tries to write this without massive amounts of spelling errors. lol)

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  12. Andrea A on

    My 1 year old has not once slept through the night, and I can count on 1 hand the number of times he’s slept for 5 hours straight. He was at the point where we could put him down as walk away and he would go to sleep, but things are regressing. After a string of teething and colds he’s now waking up every 1.5-2 hours and screams until I BF him. I’m returning to work very soon and am dreading how the lack of sleep will affect me and my ability to do my job.

    We need to figure out sleep!

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  13. Michelle on

    Because of you, our baby is a great sleeper!!! Thank you ever so much…

    We are moving soon and this free consult would be a great help! 🙂

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  14. Bonnie on

    My 20 month old is generally an ok sleeper. Our challenge is the way he goes down – we currently use the fade away method but it takes a long time sometimes and I would like him to know how to go to sleep on his own now so that when we transition later to a toddler bed, he will be able to stay in it hopefully 🙂

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  15. Pamela C. on

    I would love this! My second child is 10 weeks old and has reflux. My first child was and is such a great sleeper. I’m having a hard time with my son in getting him to sleep ad stay asleep with the reflux. Any help or tips would be so helpful. Thank you!

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  16. Suzanne on

    I need help with getting my 14 month old on a consistent nap schedule. He is waking up early in the morning so needs to go to sleep earlier for naps too. I am going back to work soon so it will only get worse. Yikes!!!

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  17. angela on

    I have a 9 month that has a nap in the morning for an hour and afternoon for 2 hours. she is up from her last nap at 5 and down for the night at about 9. Shen then sleeps for 2 hours and then is up every hour through out the night. She will only go back to sleep if breast feed at these times. We then wake at 7 am and don’t try to put her down again till nap time 9am. We have tried letting her cry it out and she just cries all night long. From this experience the longest period of sleep we got was 4 hours. Now that she is teething we don’t get that anymore and don’t think we could let her cry it out again for such little gains.

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  18. Jackie on

    Hi there. My biggest issue at the moment is too-short naps. My little guy is 10 months old. He sleeps well at night; other than the occassional cry/grunting-type noises, he sleeps between 11 and 12 hours. Naps, however, are a bit of a struggle. He used to nap for around 75 minutes twice a day, but now he rarely sleeps more than 30 minutes at a time. I was wondering if he’s perhaps ready to transition to 1 nap, but he seems quite tired mid-morning, which makes me think he still needs that morning nap. But I have no idea. A sleep consult would be helpful.

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  19. Jen on

    My biggest sleep struggle comes from my 10 month old twin babies. They are polar opposites from one another. She used to sleep through the night from a young age, he did frequent feedings; she was a great napper, him…not so much. The one thing they can agree on is they don’t sleep through the others cries. She came into our room to sleep in a play pen for a couple of days while we were to sleep train him. That was months ago and she’s still in our room! Now she’s waking up every hour or two! My singles were never this complicated.

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  20. Cailie on

    My almost 4 month old will not sleep for more then an hour stretch at a time. He is constantly waking up and wanting to nurse himself to sleep. He is exhausted & I’m exhausted. We need help getting him to sleep!

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  21. Michelle B. on

    With a 6 wk old, I’m eager to gain some insight on healthy sleep habits for my daughter. I’d love to win mini consult!

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  22. Jamie on

    I would love to win this because I know how amazing you are and what you helped us to accomplish – and I would love to give this as a gift to someone I know who needs it very much 😀

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  23. Cassie Evans on

    I could definitely use this as well! My 2.5 yr old used to be a great sleeper, now is constantly waking up and coming into our bed and wont seem to sleep anywhere else. She also goes to bed extremely late. Its just me who isn’t sleeping! We are also having another baby in July.

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  24. Amy on

    Boy could I use some help! I am stuck between a rock (my 25 month old twin girls) and a hard place (my 3.5 and 4.5 yr old boy and girl) at bed time. We transitioned the twins to toddler beds pretty early (19 months, crib jumpers) and struggled to get them into a good bedtime process after having been amazingly good sleepers from birth. They finally started to settle down and we moved house – and they have had a terrible time getting to sleep at night since (almost a month now!) Problem is I’m usually alone putting all 4 to bed, and their issues are disrupting bedtime for the older two – making for some very rough and cranky days and bedtimes for everyone. I would LOVE a consultation to help us through this tough time!

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