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restful nights, healthier minds

Sleep solutions & mental health wellness for mom and baby

your motherhood experience doesn't have to feel like survival mode.

When you and your baby get the rest you need, you will go from surviving to thriving.

Parenting is hard. And when your baby doesn’t sleep well, that makes it even harder. The Mama Co-Op knows that sleep is one of the most important factors in feeling calm and confident as a parent. We’re here to support you with sleep, mental wellness, and community.

We specialize in: 

  • Pediatric sleep coaching through age 12

  • Pregnancy sleep coaching

  • Parenting classes & resources

  • Prenatal and postpartum support groups

  • Maternal mental wellness

meet the sleep coach & maternal mental health specialist

Hi, I’m Sara Nudd, RN, BSN, CPN, PMH-C

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I’m a Colorado-based pediatric nurse, sleep consultant, and mom of 4. After 20+ years teaching families how to care for their children during times of illness and developmental milestones as a pediatric RN, I recognized a correlation between infant and child sleep patterns and their parents’ mental health. 

Night after sleepless night can take its toll on parents and caregivers physically, emotionally, and mentally. One of the most important ways to relieve these symptoms is with uninterrupted and restorative sleep. I can help you do that with a holistic, individualized approach focused on evidence-based information and a unique mental health lens. I also facilitate parent support groups so you can build your community as you navigate parenthood.

I’m on a mission to help you and your baby or child sleep better so you can show up as the calm and connected parent you want to be. Let’s work together to get you the sleep you so desperately need and deserve.

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“Life-changing! My anxiety about my son's sleeping habits were immediately reduced after talking to Sara.  She went above and beyond to tailor a schedule to our goals, answer our questions, keep us on track, and check in to encourage us when we just thought we couldn't do it anymore.  I didn't realize how much our sleep situation (or lack thereof) was affecting all of us.  I thought I had tried it all and read it all, but Sara offered suggestions that were specific to our child's temperament and to our situation.  I now feel empowered to give our son the sleep he needs, and grateful that my husband and I can sleep, too.  Thank you, Sara!”

 

-Rachel B

Here’s How The Mama Co-Op Can Help You

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Sleep coaching

  • Pediatric sleep coaching from infancy through age 12

  • Prenatal sleep coaching for mom

  • Sleep support groups for parents

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Parent Support Groups

  • Parenting support groups for birth through 5 years

  • In person & virtual groups

  • Facebook support group

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Parenting Classes

Prenatal and postpartum parenting classes to empower and support your journey.
 

Kind Words for Sara

“I don’t know where I’d be without Sara’s help!  She was absolutely instrumental in supporting me and my husband while we guided our kids in becoming independent sleepers.  And we ourselves required a fair bit of guidance during this process, too!  Sara was just a phone call or a text away any time of day or night to offer encouragement, support, feedback, and perspective.  Now my kids each fall asleep in their own beds and stay in bed all night.  It’s been life changing for all of us!  Sara’s approach was gentle and kind, calm and reassuring.  Some nights were a real struggle.  But Sara had a knack of making us realize that it was ok to accept where we were in the process.  She was always able to keep the endgame (independently sleeping kids!) on our horizon.  Not that I was always able to see this on the horizon - due to sleep deprivation and all - but in the end, sure enough, we made it!  And we are so much better off for it.  We are all sleeping better than we have in a long time.  Thank you Sara!!”

 

-DK

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Better sleep can help you be a better parent.

Sleep deprivation and postpartum depression are intertwined. Emerging evidence suggests that women with significant sleep disturbance, characterized by poor sleep quality or insomnia symptoms are more likely to report an increase in depressive feelings or develop postpartum depression. And depression makes parenting incredibly hard. 

The Mama Co-Op is here to help your sleep and mental health.

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