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  • Connect:
  • Iowa
  • 4 Kids
  • Expertise:
    • Twins
    • Infants
    • Toddlers
    • Crib Jumpers
    • Multiples
    • Newborns
    • Siblings
  • Works With:
    • 0 - 4 months
    • 4 - 12 months
    • 1 - 3 years
    • 4 - 8 years

Audrey McCoy

As a Mom of four, I am well acquainted with trying to get my kids to sleep through the night! I have worked through individual struggles ranging from environment and schedule to diet and personality, until my kids were sleeping through the night between 8-14 weeks of age. Now that I have established healthy sleep habits we are able to more thoroughly enjoy life throughout the day!

Our home is in Marion, Iowa where my husband and I have lived for over eleven years. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my kids, working out with friends, and volunteering in the children’s program at our church.

I absolutely love being a child sleep consultant. I may only consult a family for a short time, but the joy and fulfillment of helping them gain healthy sleep habits will influence their life and mine for years.

Audrey's Latest Posts

Helping Your Child Adjust to Sleep in a New House

Recently, I’ve noticed a growing amount of “For Sale” and “Sold” signs going up in my neighborhood. I’ve also had several friends seize the opportunity to build their own home. As you can imagine, this is an exciting time for any family. That being said, it should come as no surprise that each of my…

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Conquering the Challenges Daylight Savings Has on You and Your Child’s Sleep

As parents, the words ‘Daylight Savings’ can send chills of anxiety up our spine. The anticipation of losing an hour of sleep is frightening! Knowing a loss of sleep can result in tired and cranky kids plus our lack of sleep can be a recipe for disaster! Don’t let the fear of a tired household…

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Truths About Newborn Sleep

When I delivered my firstborn, I received around-the-clock attention from doctors and nurses. But then it was time to leave the hospital and go home, I remember asking my favorite nurse, “Will you come home with me?” and I truly meant it! I had so many questions and I was overwhelmed by my lack of…

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