The Baby Sleep Whisperer team is dedicated to helping sleepless families get the much needed rest they need in order to live a happy, restful and healthy life. Ingrid Prueher and Lauren Yelvington primarily work with sleepless families with newborns, toddlers, preschoolers, adolescents and teens and provide sleep and feed schedules based on their parenting philosophy.
Consultations are offered virtually or in-person at clients home.
Pediatric and adult sleep and nutrition consulting packages are available to those who are looking to find solutions and support to better their health. Common issues: insomnia, frequent night wakings, eczema, asthma, allergies, IBS, Candida, reflux and nutrition.
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Summer is a wonderful time of year to travel as a family and reconnect after dealing with hectic work and school schedules throughout the year. As we all know, when traveling with babies and young children – whether it's to Disney World, a beach house or a relative's home – we need to take along tons of necessities, from nutritious snacks, … [Read More...]
It seems impossible that anyone could leave a baby in a hot car, but, unfortunately, this tragedy continues to occur all too frequently. Sleep deprivation has been connected to parents accidentally leaving an infant in the car, and driving while sleep deprived has some of the same effects as driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. It … [Read More...]
Modern families are busy (yep, that's an understatement!). You're juggling a boatload of obligations, including work, children, extended family, home and more, so when it's time for a summer getaway, you're ready for that much-deserved family R&R. Family time is important, especially family vacation time, so ensure that time is well spent with … [Read More...]
Sleepaway camp can offer incredible growth opportunities for children—they can gain independence and self-confidence, adjust to new, real-life situations, experience new environments and activities, and make new friends. From putting on plays to helping out in the kitchen and engaging in a new sport, camps offer many opportunities for a child to … [Read More...]
Fourth of July is an exciting time for children. There are lots of fun festivities and fireworks, which means – NOISE. We want our children to be involved, and to what degree depends on the age and temperament of the child. Parents of newborns often opt to stay home from attending fireworks displays, and they wonder how to help their baby cope … [Read More...]
This is part one in a two-part series. Part two will address how to help your younger child adjust and thrive over summer break. You finally adjusted to your adult child being away at college. Of course, you were still eager for those few texts and even fewer phone calls, but you got used to eating — and sleeping — on a certain … [Read More...]
This is part two in a two-part series. Part one addressed what you need to know to help you and your college-age child adjust this summer. For children ages 4 to 13, the end of the school year means…Summer Vacation! But, given their age, they can't handle being completely off schedule. Even though they may not know it, they really do need a … [Read More...]
Harried parents are getting a hand by letting pros give their kids potty and nap training Lauren Yelvington, 37, from the Upper East Side, was waking up eight times a night to soothe her colicky 6-month-old daughter Campbell. “We were looking at a baby who had no ability to put herself to sleep and stay asleep, and we didn’t know where to … [Read More...]