Overnight Newborn Care

Overnight Newborn Care 

Are you looking for support with an overnight newborn care specialist or postpartum doula? Please contact Summer to go over different packages.

  • Nighttime Care
  • Emergency Overnight Care
  • Infant Sleep Training
  • Infant Sleep Consulting
  • Infant Care Consulting
  • Full Sleep Analysis “correct bad sleep habits”
  • Reflux/Colic Relief
  • Around the Clock Infant Care (24/7)
  • Multiples and Preemie Care
  • Preparing Baby’s Nursery
  • Traveling Companion

Short Term 24 Hour Care  (4 days-8 weeks) 

Are you looking for 24-hour care? Are you a family that wants a little more support. Summer will come in and teach all caregivers. This is perfect for the family that wants to be on the right path to good sleep from the very beginning. Summer comes and teaches routines, swaddling, nursing, bottle, gentle sleep habits, nursery setup. She will implement a daily activity log along with everything to adjust new parents or to a new sibling.

Contact Summer regarding different packages.

Infant Sleep Training ( Fast Approach)

Summer’s sleep training program is based on years of experience and proven methods. Summer will customize a plan that will provide you and your child sleep within 3-4 days. She will tailor a plan based on babies personality and make SURE all your needs along with babies needs are met!

Once you have the day chosen to begin, Summer will spend 24/7 for 3-4 days implementing a proven sleep method to have all of you sleeping through the night by the time she leaves. Summer will continue for 3 weeks of UNLIMITED support to ensure that sleep continues.

Gentle Sleep Approach

Summer sleep science program understands the concern about your babies circadian rhythm. This program is for parents that want a more hands-on approach.

We take all the science about sleep and create a program that will cause LESS stress or cortisol levels to rise in you and your baby. The sleep plan will be more hands-on for parents due to the need to respond often. Summer will coach and teach your family from the beginning the process can take a few weeks depending on the method you choose.

You will receive a complete written sleep plan with instructions that we (discussed in your consultation) naturally woven into the 24-hour schedule, including naps, night sleep, and eating schedule, that is best for baby/child’s age.

Summer will offer 5 weeks UNLIMITED support after initial training. You can choose 24/7 training or just nights 8-12 hours.

Summer's Sleep Secrets


A newborn care specialist is trained to work nights from bedtime or 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. As a newborn care specialist, we make sure baby is well fed through the night and give instructions to parents for the daytime routine, so when we leave to our next client the baby is sleeping 10-12 hours a night.

In a way think of us as Mary Poppins! We have a carpet bag of tricks and once the client is happy and sleeping, we move on. My clients are always able to contact me as baby ages and we may need to tweak the routine.


As a sleep consultant, I help and adjust daytime and night routines 0-12 months. Is that all you do? No. I will figure out why your child is not sleeping. It could be, food-related or a different environment. Health issues such as reflux and colic, or co-sleeping and you are ready to move the baby to their crib.

A toddler 12-months-5-years can have big adjustments to make. I tend to suggest a more Montessori approach with older children. There are lots of variables when searching out the issues. My goal is to walk through your daily life and see what areas need to be adjusted.


I love supporting all ages. We have a lot going on with school and just not getting enough sleep can cause bad grades and acting out in class.

Parents can be very frustrated because they are not getting enough sleep, and everything can be so overwhelming. My goal in this situation is to make sure the whole family is getting sleep. You will have a questionnaire to fill out that will allow me to figure out what needs to be adjusted.

Some are activities before bed, food-related issues, bullying in school, video games etc… things you wouldn’t think would be the problem could be the issue.


Yes! absolutely. Teens have a lot of pressure from sports to dating. Grades and keeping up with school work can cause teens to not sleep.


Why? because they’re not getting the required amount of rest they need. The AAP guidelines suggest 8-10 hours a night.

High school is a factor. Our children are required to wake early and catch the bus. Schools are starting too early and teens circadian rhythm is pushing for a later bedtime which does not go with early wake-up.

The national sleep foundation explains the facts:

  • Sleep is vital to your well-being, as important as the air you breathe, the water you drink and the food you eat. It can even help you to eat better and manage the stress of being a teen.
  • Biological sleep patterns shift toward later times for both sleeping and waking during adolescence — meaning it is natural to not be able to fall asleep before 11:00 pm.
  • Teens need about 8 to 10 hours of sleep each night to function best. Most teens do not get enough sleep — one study found that only 15% reported sleeping 8 1/2 hours on school nights.
  • Teens tend to have irregular sleep patterns across the week — they typically stay up late and sleep in late on the weekends, which can affect their biological clocks and hurt the quality of their sleep.
  • Many teens suffer from treatable sleep disorders, such as narcolepsy, insomnia, restless legs syndrome or sleep apnea.

When you hire a sleep consultant, we look at the whole picture and see where adjustments need to be made for you and your baby/child/teen. It may take some time. A child over 1-year-old can take 3 weeks to make a new habit.

If you are wanting to book a consultation, please messenger or email to summer@summerssleepscrets.com


This is not medical advice. You will be referred to a Doctor for any medical related issues.