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Welcome to Sleepy Bubba!

Hi, I am Leann Low, a Certified Baby Sleep Consultant and a mother to two healthy and energetic boys. This is the story of how I turned from a sleep-deprived parent to a sleep consultant helping other families sleep better.

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I am a Baby Sleep Consultant based in Singapore, certified by the Sleep Sense™ Program created by Dana Obleman. The Sleep Sense™ method was created out of the belief that healthy sleep habits make for healthy children. A well-rested child is curious, energetic, happy, playful, and eager to learn. ​

This method places emphasis on accommodating different parenting styles and lifestyles, ensuring that you, as a parent, are comfortable with the new sleep plan in order for it to work for your child. ​

The Sleep Sense™ method to improve your baby’s sleep is split into 4 simple stages:

Learn how I personalise this method to work for your family

Let’s talk about crying

Let’s talk about crying

Let’s talk about crying

How long will my baby cry before he falls asleep? Won’t my baby resent me if I don’t go to him when he cries? Won’t he be scarred forever? Will crying give him gas?

So many questions about crying! And I understand where all these are coming from. I personally can’t stand babies’ cries. I remember when my husband and I finally decided that we’d had enough of the sleepless nights, and started sleep training Alexander. I was worried too (I’m a worrier).

The one thing that is critical for parents to remember is that crying isn’t going to cause any serious damage to your child. Children cry. A lot. They cry for any reason. Infants and toddlers only have a couple of ways to communicate with us. Crying happens to be the first and their favourite way. Many children will cry their lungs out if we take something away from them! But if they’re playing with something dangerous, you have no choice but to take it away. You’ve got to act in their best interest, even if it results in tears.

It’s the same when it comes to good sleeping habits. As parents, we have to act in their best interest and do the hard things. While I can’t promise that your child will take to sleep training like a fish to water, I can promise you that I will never ask you to leave your child crying alone if you don’t want to.

We will find the best solution that works for your family