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A Good Nights Sleep

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As a nurse, I know how important sleep and safe sleep is in the development of your little one. As a Mama, I know how important it is that your little one feel loved, have a flexible routine, and a baby that sleeps, and sleeps well!



Pediatric Sleep Consulting with Jenna Artis, RN

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A Mama heart and a Nurse's mind.

4 The Love of Sleep is unique in the fact that I personally work one on one with each of my clients to develop a routine that focuses on what your baby's developmental needs are and the needs of your family.

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4 The Love of Sleep

4 The Love of Sleep was created and launched in December of 2019. As a nurse, I know how important sleep and safe sleep is in the development of your little one. As a Mama, I know how important it is that your little one feel loved, have a flexible routine, and a baby that actually sleeps. 

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Thankful Parents

I have personally worked with Jenna and was very pleased with her fund of knowledge and professionalism. My baby loved her and we saw great results. I would highly recommend her sleep training program.“ 

Lana Hattar, MD
Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

I highly recommend working with Jenna. Our baby wasn’t napping and didn’t sleep at night for more than 3 hours. Now she’s napping consistently throughout the day and we have long stretches at night. We finally have our days back and feel like I have a handle on life again! Communicating with Jenna was so easy - felt like I was talking to someone I’ve known for years. She’s so sweet and patient. Worth every penny!

Kerry, mom of a 9 week old 

My best little man has put himself to sleep and stayed in his own bed all night (something he’s never done) for the 4th night in a row thanks to Jenna! She is amazing and supports you through the whole process! We are so thankful!

Katherine, mom of a 2 year old 

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  • Can you tell me more about you (Jenna)?
    🡪 I am a Pediatric Intensive Care/BURN RN. I have worked in this specialized department since 2012. I have studied sleep and baby development for years outside of my registered nurse license. I am a Mama to two (Aynslee 7 and Arbor 5). I have been married to my husband for almost 10 years. We love to travel and spend time outside (pools and beaches are our favorite) with our girls. Sleep is something I am so passionate about and I love working with and helping families get their sweet babes sleeping and sleeping well.
  • How Does your program work?
    🡪I work with each family based on their infant’s sleep and feed needs. I create an individual routine for each babe (no matter what package is purchased). We work on getting them into a good eat-wake-sleep routine. I teach parents how to soothe without picking up (less than 4 months old). It’s so important for our babes to have a good foundation of being able to place themselves to sleep. Once we can equip your child/infant with the skills they need to place themselves to sleep...not only can they easily place themselves to sleep, but they’re no longer cat napping. I really strive to instill healthy sleep habits that promote quality naps and long stretches of over night sleep!
  • What ages do you work with?
    🡪 Birth to 5 year olds
  • Is it really possible to get my newborn into a good routine and still maintain my milk supply?
    🡪 YES!!!! Supply and demand. Establishing good feed habits early on not only helps build a solid supply but also helps establish healthy sleep habits. A baby that eats full feeds vs snacks is a good/content sleeper. I always say that babes who are on a good routine never have to guess what is to come. They know if it’s time to eat or sleep. It is easier for Mama to know the needs of her baby and to also be able to get out of the house easier and not feel like you are rushed or not sure why baby is crying.
  • Are there tears involved with your sleep program?
    🡪 Always remember, with anything new that your child is learning and not used to…there are tears. Yes, there are tears but in a controlled environment. For the 4+ month old there is less intervening because at times when you intervene at that age, it is harder on them and prolongs the process. Always remember I am in it with you and I always have my Mama heart and nurse-brain on. Please reach out if this is something you’re concerned about! Would love to chat more 1:1 about your specific child/situation.
  • How do you show support during this process?
    🡪 I always say that my clients become more like friends. I am with you every step of the way as you put the new routine into place. We text consistently for 3+ days depending on the package that you select. I will support you 1000%!!!
  • How do I get started?
    🡪 Select a package is best for you or email me ( and I can help you decide. Most weeks I start groups (no more than 8 in each start date) on Sundays and Thursdays. You will be able to select your start date based on availability. Contract must be signed and payment in full before starting. I will email all routines two days prior to starting the the three days of texting. The first day of our three days of texting, you will text me as soon as you wake and are starting. We will text consistently those first three days.
  • What if we purchase a smaller package and end up wanting to stay in contact for longer?
    🡪 We can upgrade your package by just the difference.
  • Do you travel?
    🡪 Prior to COVID I was traveling and working in homes with clients. If it’s safe to do, I will be all for it. Pricing is based on distance and what your needs/wants are. I will be open to helping Wichita families or those in driving distance sooner than traveling out of state.
  • What services do you offer?
    🡪 Routine help. Full sleep training. 1:1 Calls (usually for toddlers and up). In home newborn care, sleep training, and/or routine help. Night Nurse care for the newest of babes and even babysitting for newborn – elementary age. I love being as hands on as needed during the process or just there to be an extra hand for new parents.
  • How do we contact you?
    🡪 Fill out the contact form or email me at I would love to chat more and answer any other questions/concerns that you have. My clients are truly more like family. I want to make this hard process as easy as can be. I’m looking forward to chatting with you soon and getting to know you and your sweet babe!
  • What next?
    Once you’ve selected which package is best your family, you will email me or fill out the contact me form. Let me know which package you prefer, any questions, and I will let you know my next available start dates. From there I will get your invoice and contract sent out about a week prior to our start date. Once you’ve paid and signed the contract I will start on your routine. You will receive the routine within 48hrs of your start date. Once you receive your email with the will have further instructions on how to proceed. **Purchasing packages from the website will be available in July.
  • What items are best to have or to use to make the program more successful?
    - A swaddle (newborn- usually around 3-4 months. We stop swaddling once babe can roll from back to belly). I love the SwaddleMe or Nested Bean brands. - If baby is rolling from back to front and younger than 5 months old...I really recommend the Zipadee Zip or Magic Merlin. Until 5+ months old they still have a strong moro reflex which can keep them from getting into deeper sleep or even just placing themselves to sleep initially. - A sleep sack (nested bean) if they’re 5+ months old And they did not like or prefer the MM or ZZ. - Sound machine, any sound machine that will play consistently is key. - Dark room (black our curtains). This doesn’t mean your child will only be able to nap in a dark room, but the darker the room when learning..the easier it is. - Bassinet or Crib (their own sleep space). I really encourage parents that have babes older than 3 months to transition to their cribs. Of course this has to be something you’re comfortable with but allowing them to learn that they’re safe in their crib early on is super helpful. Speak with your dr with any further concerns.

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