Potluck Parenting Parties are a fun, casual way to meet your local sleep and parenting consultant, get answers to the sleep questions that keep you up at night, and share the joys and the crazy of being a mom.
Our consultants are great at facilitating casual, non-judgmental conversations about children's sleep issues and keeping the evening informative and stress-free.
Here's how Potluck Parenting Parties work.
Parties are typically weeknights starting around 7:30 pm and run for two hours.
You invite the moms in your world to dish about their children's sleep issues over a yummy potluck dinner at your place. Parties can have a minimum of five and a maximum of eight people including the host.
If at the end of the evening, you choose to book a Sleep Package, you and receive 10% off for being the host. If any of your guests decide to book a package, you receive a further 5% off per guest.
All your guests need to bring is a potluck dish and their sleep sagas. They'll have a fun evening out, get their sleep worries off their chest and get expert advice - all for free.
If, at the end of the evening, your guests book a Sleep Package, they will receive 5% off the usual fee. If any of your guests enjoyed themselves so much that they want to do it all over again (it often happens), they can sign up to host a party and be eligible for a further 10% discount off a Sleep Package, plus a return on what their guests book.
"It's been over a month since we began sleep training with Sarah, and I just wanted to say THANK YOU for your assistance in improving our little one's sleep habits. Sarah was overall a pretty good-natured baby, and we now have an even happier baby thanks for the support that you provided along the way. Sarah's sleep habits are so good that my husband's co-workers are amazed at how awake he looks every day! (ha ha)."
Edith, mother of Sarah
“We were incredibly fortunate in that my son was trained in one evening and Dawnn remained my support for a few more days to ensure any unusual circumstances were handled in a way that was best for my son.”
— Caroline Preston-Johnson, mother of a 22-month-old boy