Dear Parents,

I am a Newborn Care Specialist, Baby Coach.
I taught more the 100 babies the skill of putting themselves to sleep and staying asleep all night without nursing, or holding, or being in parent’s bed. I help babies to go to sleep without parents doing something for them or to them. I am here to help you do the same so like the other parents you can feel confident in your parenting skills toward your child and so that everyone can feel well rested.






“Sleeping is a skill what baby will never forget “

Krisztina’s mission is to coach babies to sleep through the night and teach them to sleep . Sleeping is a learned skill that parents need to teach their baby. It is as necessary and important as learning how to talk and how to walk. She has been practicing this for more than 12 years so confusion which goes along with being a new parent is not there. 
It is a lot easier if there is someone who helps create a Sleep Training Program the parents can follow. Good sleeping skill develop by giving the baby an opportunity to learn to “self soothe” from the beginning.

Krisztina offers sleep consultations ,over night and day time care, in-person and over the phone.
Her approach is designed to give personalized guidance and phone support to help you implement and adjust your plan, step-by-step and day-by day.

The schedule are age appropriate what she custom made depending on the child physical development age and weight.

Between 1-3 months of the age is the time when babies will have to learn to self soothe.
The key for successful sleep habits for all babies are to give them the chance to learn all the necessary skills they need to put themselves to sleep.

Many of us not actually allow our children to get the critical sleep they need to develop an function property.
It is  not something we do on purpose.
• we often do not think much of it
• naps are missed bedtime are pushed back morning start early.
• Missing naps or going to bed a little late may not seem like a big deal, but it is.
It is all adds up with consequences that may last a lifetime.

Need to understand what sleep does
Healthy sleep allows to the child and us to function optimally when they are awake.
Babies need a sleep to grow and develop
Naps and play time a large role on healthy sleep

• learning
• developing
• focusing 

Naps at the different time of the day serve different functions
That is one reason why the timing of naps is important.
Baby who sleeps less in the daytime appear more fitful and socially demanding and they less able to entertain themselves also lack of sleep affect information processing,memory , learning and immune functioning and at night can also affect motor skills.
Baby who sleeps longer during the day have longer attention spans.
Therefore they more fun to be around , more sociable, less demanding and they can focus on learning easier and faster.
Sleeping have a major impact on the child’s 
• emotional development 
• learning skills
• and how they function later in life
Children with higher IQs level in every age group study shows they all slept longer and had good sleep habit in in their early life.
Sleep is very important during the first 3 years
• physical recuperation
• physical growth
• immune system
• brain development
• learning
• memory

Krisztina supports and coaches you through the process with services from beginning to end – for night sleep and naps!


She can be contacted for her resume and reference letters at newborncares@gmail.com
or (818) 299-7444
You may also contact Krisztina for Newborn Care Consultation and for Sleep Training Consultation in Los Angeles (LA) and Orange County in California.
On facebook: www.facebook.com/newborncares


Phone: (818) 299-7444
Facebook: www.facebook.com/newborncares