Hello...

I’m Rosey, an infant Sleep Consultant, mum of two and founder of Just Chill Baby Sleep. I am passionate about demystifying sleep information and empowering parents to become their child’s sleep expert.

Sleep shouldn’t be complicated – sometimes we just need someone to hold our hand and give us practical, actionable advice.

You shouldn’t have to suffer through unnecessary sleep deprivation. Everyone deserves a good night’s sleep.

Katie - Infant Sleep Consultant + mum of two

The first consultant to join the Just Chill team. With a background in early years education, Katie knows all too well the importance of sleep on the learning and development of our little ones. Katie is available for 1:1 consultations.

Katie - Infant Sleep Consultant + mum of two

The first consultant to join the Just Chill team. With a background in early years education, Katie knows all too well the importance of sleep on the learning and development of our little ones. Katie is available for 1:1 consultations

Dr Cleo - Clinical Psychologist & Infant Sleep Consultant + mum of two

Joining the team as a sleep consultant and practicing Clinical Psychologist, in both the NHS and private practice, Dr. Cleo has an expert view on the impact of sleep on our physical and mental wellbeing. Cleo is available for 1:1 consultations

Dr Cleo - Clinical Psychologist & Infant Sleep Consultant + mum of two

Joining the team as a sleep consultant and practicing Clinical Psychologist, in both the NHS and private practice, Dr. Cleo has an expert view on the impact of sleep on our physical and mental wellbeing. Cleo is available for 1:1 consultations

Nada - Infant Sleep Consultant + mum of two

Joint creator of our online courses, Nada also manages all the technical stuff in the background to make sure our content and support is there for you when you need it.

Nada - Infant Sleep Consultant + mum of two

Joint creator of our online courses, Nada also manages all the technical stuff in the background to make sure our content and support is there for you when you need it.

There is so much advice, information and judgement on how your child ‘should’ or ‘shouldn’t’ sleep – we can help with the confusion, stress and 3am Google sessions by providing straightforward, evidence based guidance.

How can we help you?

Just need some pointers? We have lots of free resources. You can access our video and blogs here and follow us on Instagram.

Need a plan to get naps and nighttime sleep on track? Our online courses are packed full of all our expertise for you to master your little one’s sleep.

Want to talk to a consultant for a personalised plan? We offer a choice of packages with our fabulous team.

Are we the right fit for your family?

Every family is different and we, as parents, all have different approaches and beliefs in how we want to support our children.

We want the families who choose us to feel confident and positive that we are the right experts for them. We’ve shared some common questions about our methods to help you make that decision:

Absolutely, we work with families who breastfeed, bottle feed and combination feed.

We do offer suggested daily routines which can help shape a rhythm to feeds during the day, but you do not need to feed by the clock, withhold feeds or change your feeding method to achieve improved sleep.

A feed to sleep association can be a contributing factor for disturbed sleep, Our courses and consultations provide guidance on changing that sleep association whilst still being able to offer feeds at bedtime and during the night.

No, you do not need to leave your child alone to cry themselves to sleep. For some families, sleep can be improved simply by making changes to their routine and sleep environment. Others may need support in learning to fall asleep in a new way. We offer a choice of settling methods where you can support your little one as they fall asleep. We are honest with parents that there can be some crying as you make changes to how your little one falls asleep. Every baby and situation is different so we can never make a guarantee about whether there will be tears or not.
We follow safer sleep guidelines as provided by The Lullaby Trust which recommends you place your baby to sleep in a separate cot or Moses basket in the same room as you for the first 6 months. For babies and children over 6 months of age, our courses and  personalised plans are primarily designed to support independent sleep in their own room and sleep space. Our guidance can help families who room share and co-sleep make improvements to sleep but we do advise it can take longer to see changes in these cases.

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