The first time we took Jasper to a Wiggles concert, he sat frozen in our laps the entire time. He did not clap, bop, dance, sing-along. We noticed this became a bit of trait of his. He did hi-dee-ho music classes at childcare and would sit and watch the other children. At home we would try to include him in singing silly songs or dancing and he would always refuse. This year they held a concert at his Kinder and Jasper was the only child that did not sing. He glanced around embarrassed by the whole display. A few weeks ago we began Sleep Talk with him, figuring we had absolutely nothing to lose. Two weeks after commencing, Jasper’s school that he will attending next year held a concert in which they invited the future preps to get up and sing Jingle Bells with the teachers. Jasper lined up with the other children, went up onto a stage without knowing anyone, and sang in front of a massive crowd of parents and kids. I still get goose bumps when I think about it. If that newfound confidence is a result of two weeks of Sleep Talk then we will most certainly be continuing with it.