I'm Diana

I am here because I want us, the parents, to raise our children the way we would have wanted to be raised.​

I think that no child should cry until he calms down. I think that love and respect are the first things we owe our child. I don’t believe in ‘sleep training’ and, in general, I don’t believe in training!

I believe that our mission as parents is greater than we realize and that the beauty of tomorrow’s world lies in our tender touches today. I believe that the results of my work today will be fully seen in 20-30 years.​

How it all started

I remember even now when I was in the hospital, the day before going home and I was afraid of tomorrow. What do I do at home when the baby cries? What does a baby do? How do I keep it “alive”? But it seems that the most questions that came to my mind were about sleep: How long does a baby sleep? If he doesn’t rest? how does he fall asleep I had read the title of an article that said that if the baby does not sleep enough, it will not develop properly neurologically and will have problems.​

After more time searching thousands of websites, reading countless specialized books and working with more than 3 sleep consultants to help me find “solutions” to my daughter’s sleep, I decided that it would be better for my peace of mind as a mother, wife and woman to find myself a specialization course. So I signed up for a course that promised to teach us the truth about children’s sleep and to provide us with methods to navigate this period of our lives that many of us find challenging.​

A year later I discovered the answers to many of the question marks that I had and that most of the time made me stay awake at night thinking that I was “spoiling” my child and that I would leave him traumatized for the rest of his life.​