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Does This Sound Like You?

It starts when it’s time for your baby to rest.

The endless rocking or swinging or walking or patting while you grit your teeth.

Just another 20 minutes and maybe you’ll be able to put him down.

The clock watching as you wonder how long it’ll be before your get your boobs back tonight, and how long it’ll be before she wakes up… again.

The chasing, when you realise it’s 11pm and he’s still playing AND wants you to join in.

The inconsolable crying, fighting sleep even when you know she’s so tired.

The baby that slept better as a newborn, because now, at 14 months she’s STILL waking up every 2-3 hours at night and latching is the only way to calm her, and put her back to sleep.

When baby has finally gone to sleep, you gently leave the bed and sneak out of the room breathing a sigh of relief thinking maybe you can get something done now.

Less than an hour later you hear it….. The cry that baby has woken up and you’re not there.

There must be a another way, a better way.

Isn’t this the definition of crazy? Doing the same thing over and over and hoping for a different result?

Except… what other way is there? All you know is that you either have to grin and bear it (and how DO those other moms do it? The ones who’ve been sleep deprived for years and are still functioning?) or let your baby cry and cry until he realises no one is coming for him.

When those seem to be the only options, it’s hard to get through one more nap, one more night.

But here’s the thing.

Your baby wants to sleep, and can sleep longer, more independently, without nursing, without rocking…. without so much fuss and so much reliance on YOU.

That might seem like an impossible task, and I hear you. I’ve been there.

I breastfed my second baby for everything; as comfort, as a pacifier, to stop her from crying and yes, even to put her to sleep. At first, I thought it was fine because it was so easy and worked all the time.

Until it didn’t.

At 14 months old, she was still waking every 1.5-2 hours - crying or screaming until she could latch to fall asleep.

I couldn’t take it anymore. As a mom of 2, looking after the household, and working full time combined with a year’s worth of sleep debt, I was at the end of my tether.

Everything suffered as a result; my health, my emotions and my performance at work.

It was at that point I knew I had to make a change. A lasting one. So that my daughter could sleep without relying on me and I could get the much needed rest I deserved.

I resolved my baby’s sleep issues with some help from a baby sleep program, but after that I was determined to help other moms too.

Over the years, I realised that some moms are uncertain about hiring a sleep consultant because the price is high and they’re unsure of whether the methods they learn will actually work.

And honestly, there is a tonne of information on the internet about how to get your baby to sleep. But when you’re exhausted, it’s so tough to sift through all the noise to figure out what’s true, what’s false and what will ACTUALLY work.

I don’t want anything to stop you from getting the guidance you need to improve your sleep situation, so I created Easy Peasy Sleepytime.

Easy Peasy Sleepytime Takes Your Baby From Being A Light Sleeper To A Great Sleeper

If you don’t know where to begin when it comes to helping your baby sleep without any dependency on you…. this is it.

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What is Easy Peasy Sleepytime?

Easy Peasy Sleepytime is a self-study training program that shows you how to help your baby’s sleep more independently so you can get the rest you need.

If you want to reverse your sleep debt, and help your baby sleep peacefully without leaving her alone to cry, this is the program for you.


What's so good about this program?

You’ll get the tools you need to change baby’s habits permanently. No more rocking or patting and you don’t have to night wean your baby. You can reduce the number of night wakings, increase the length of nap time and create a flexible routine so that you can get YOUR time back.


You’ll understand WHY your baby cries and learn exactly how to handle it. There will be some crying but you are not leaving your baby to figure it out alone, nor should you ignore their cries. When babies cry they’re communicating their feelings, and it can be hard to hear, but there’s no need to leave them alone. Support your baby through their big feelings and you’ll see that they will sleep better.


You’ll learn the essential ingredients you need to have in place for your baby to sleep well and fall back to sleep easily. Instead of dreading every nap and bedtime, you’ll have the confidence to take charge of your baby’s sleeping habits, and beyond that, I show you how to overcome any sleep challenge you might face in the future.


Every module is broken down step-by-step with real life examples so it’s really simple to follow and easy to understand. You can use the information from the moment you sign up.

Take A Quick Peek Inside the Members Area of Easy Peasy Sleepytime!

Module #1:

Your Game Plan

* Preparation - What you need to prepare before you start. I’ll point out the key points that you might miss out.

* Tools - “Special Time”, “Play and Laughter” and “Stay and Listen” are a few of the tools you’ll learn and use throughout the program. These are core parenting tools that you can use anytime, not just to help with sleep. .

* Goal setting - When you get a big picture goal it’ll help you stay motivated and focused throughout the program.

Module #2:

Fundamentals of Good Sleep

* Play - The secret sauce for babies and toddlers to sleep better! I’ll give you examples that you can follow easily.

* Create Special Time - This is a powerful tool to overcome sleep separation, especially when done consistently.

*Understand Tears and Tantrums - When you know why they break down you’ll be able to support your child’s through the crying with ease.

* Listening Partnership. My most reliable parenting and self-care tool to keep you motivated.

Module #3:

Small Steps To Relaxed Sleep

* Action Plan - Once you have the fundamentals in place, we put together the exact steps you need to take to carry out your sleep plan.

* Using the Tools - I’ll give you step-by-step examples and describe the exact process on how to use each tool, from what to say and what to do at bedtime and during the night wakings.

* Create Your Sleep Plan - Download the sleep template and we’ll complete it using the tools and strategies from module 2 and 3.

Module #4:

Navigating Naps

* Making Naps Longer - You’ll learn when babies naturally lengthen their naps and how you can encourage them to be great nappers.

* Ideal Nap Environment - You’ll learn what the best nap environment is for your baby and why noise actually isn’t very helpful.

* Napping On-The-Go - How to cope with naps when you’re running errands with your baby, managing play group activities or when you travel.

Module #5:

Dealing With Regression

* Developmental Regression - What to expect from your baby, why it happens, and how it affects sleep.

* Nightmares vs. Night Terrors - How to tell the difference and what you need to do in each situation.

* Sleep and Travel - How to manage sleep when you travel through different time zones.

* Developmental Milestones - This is the biggest sleep disruptor for your baby. We’ll talk about how to support your baby during these important transitions

* Teething - I’ll bust the myth that all the unexplained fussing is due to teething.

Module #6:

Preparing For The Next Phase

* New Siblings - How to help your older child cope with the arrival of a new baby.

* Changing Rooms - How to help your child transition out of the cot and into the toddler bed.

* Illness - What to do with disrupted sleep when your child falls sick. This can’t be avoided unfortunately and your baby needs more tender loving care, but it doesn’t mean that you have to create new sleep habits.

* Going to School - How to help your child deal with separation anxiety when they go to school for the first time, when mom goes back to work or when they are placed in daycare or with a babysitter.

How does it work?

The entire program is available as soon as you complete your registration.

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PLUS these additional bonuses:



Ideal awake window for different ages so there’s no guessing when your baby is tired. Watch the time, then watch your baby - Simple!



Sample schedule and routine - No need to figure it all out yourself.



Ideal sleep environment - to aid those peaceful nights and long naps.


output_wqou7gInspiring real life stories from nursed to sleep babies, pacifier babies and more so that you can apply their success to your own situation.


output_wqou7gAccess to a private Facebook group where you receive ongoing community and peer support. I'll be in there daily to support you as well.


output_wqou7gThe option to purchase private consultation sessions at a 20% discount!

You’re about to give your whole family a good night’s rest!

Enroll in Easy Peasy Sleepytime NowFor RM297

Thank you for your support and for hearing me throughout the journey, Sarah! Few months ago if you told me that my baby will be able to sleep on his own, I wouldn't have believe it and can only say "perhaps one day", and I don't even know when that "one day" is. Again, so glad we took the plunge and didn't wait any longer. Glad that you took the step to be a baby sleep coach and help parents-in-need like us!

Kathie Mom to 13 months old Owen

My son sleeps longer stretches and wakes up only a couple of times at night and I do not have to nurse him to sleep anymore. Hooray! It was such a gentle process and Sarah has been there supporting and guiding me throughout. Thank you Sarah you are a life or I’d say sleep saviour!

Amira Yusof
Amira Yusof Mom to 18 months old Malik

About the Baby Sleep Coach

– First certified child sleep coach in Malaysia.

– Trained and certified with International Maternity & Parenting Institute in California, USA.

– A member of the Association of Professional Sleep Consultants.

– Certified breastfeeding counsellor with Malaysian Breastfeeding Peer Counsellor

– Trained with Hand In Hand Parenting organization on Professionals Intensive: Supporting Families with Parenting by Connection course, USA

– Mentored with Marion Rose, Aware Parenting Instructor Level 2 on Aware Parenting Instructor Mentoring course, Australia.

– Holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration – majored in Marketing, from Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA.

I have a special interest in the areas of playful parenting, Aware Parenting (Dr Aletha Solter) and the Hand in Hand Parenting (by Patty Wipfler) approach.

Before starting the program, my LO woke up every 2 hours. 3 hours if I’m lucky! Just one week into the program, she woke up only twice a night! But now, she is down to just one night waking. It’s unbelievable!

Vicki Chew Velez
Vicki Chew Velez Mom to 9 month old Leila

Once my baby knew that he could sleep by himself (without feeding to sleep), he only cried a little each night. The program gave me and my baby a lot of confidence and I feel that we can use the same approach for all future changes and sleep challenges.

Merle Wangerin
Merle Wangerin Mom to 14 months old Liam

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What happens if it doesn’t work?


output_wqou7gThis is the question I get asked the most. Unfortunately there’s no easy way to say this, but the key to getting the result you want is to remain calm and to keep being consistent with your baby. You and your baby will also have to figure out between you how fast or slow you’re willing to go, you may have setbacks, you may see an improvement and then have one terrible night and then the next night things are better. But if you consistently do all of the things I recommend in this program you WILL see a big improvement within 2 weeks. Within a month you’ll be in a new routine. Also, do remember that I’m available to you in the Facebook support group AND each month during our Live Q&A.

Q: Is crying involved when your program is implemented? I am really not comfortable with any sort of crying.


output_wqou7gThere is likely to be some crying involved. Most babies will protest (cry) when you’re changing a well-entrenched sleep pattern. My belief is that crying is a way to express feelings. But I do understand that listening to your baby cry can be really tough, and especially trying when you’re exhausted. But I must reiterate that this is NOT a cry-it-out method. I recommend holding your baby, accepting your baby’s feeling and saying words of acknowledgment until the crying passes. If you are looking for a completely no-cry solution this program is not for you.

Q: Do I have to wean off breastfeeding to get my baby sleep better at night?


output_wqou7gNot at all! Most of the moms who’ve gone through the program have experienced that their babies wake up much less. If their baby was waking every few hours, they now wake up once or twice a night. So you don’t need to night wean until you’re ready. You can use the real life stories in the bonuses section to find an example that works for your situation.


Q: My baby is 2 months old, will this work for her?


output_wqou7gThis program is most suitable for babies and toddlers aged from 6 months up to 2 years.


Q: Our nanny rocks baby to sleep during the day. Can this program still help my baby if I just apply your steps for night sleep only?



Absolutely! Your baby is really smart. She knows exactly how to go to sleep with the person who puts her to sleep. It won't be confusing for your baby at all. Most importantly, when night sleep improves naps become easier too!


Q: Do I get 1:1 access to you?


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Okay Sarah, I’m ready to transform sleep in my household so that my baby is feeling connected, happy and relaxed, and stay asleep peacefully through the night.