Your littles need sleep in order to thrive and develop, climb, jump, run and be the best version of themselves. And you need sleep in order to be right there with them through it all. BabyZzz’s is committed to helping families get better sleep through personalized, hands on sleep solutions and support so you all can be well rested and truly present during these precious years. Just as each pregnancy, birth and postpartum journey are unique, so is your families comfort level and personal beliefs when it comes to sleep. When working with BabyZzz’s, you’ll receive a sleep plan that is tailored specifically to you and your family’s goals and ideals as well as support, guidance and encouragement so you never have to wonder if you’re on the right track.
Kimberly Lewis
Certified Sleep Coach

Your Personal Certified Sleep Coach


As a mother of 2 (soon to be 3!) Kimberly has a continuously evolving, first-hand experience recognizing the importance that sleep plays through the years in children’s behavior, physical well-being and over all development. Kimberly received her Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Sciences from San Jose State University in 2018, became Positive Discipline Certified by the Positive Discipline Association in 2019 and as of 2021 has been a Certified Infant and Child Sleep Consultant after receiving her certification through The Family Sleep Institute.

Ongoing Education & Certifications

  • Certified Infant & Child Sleep Consultant, Family Sleep Institute
  • Certified Positive Discipline Early Childhood Educator, Positive Discipline Association
  • Reducing the Rick of SIDS & SUID in Early Education & Child Care, American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Basics of Lactation Management, Lactation Education Resources
  • Mindfulness and Sleep Training, Kate Kovaleski FSI
  • Parent Coaching 101, Dr Sasha Carr, Licensed Psychologist
  • Sleep Consulting for Children with Special Needs, Debbie Sasson, PsyD
  • Child Behaviors & Communication, Sharyn Timmerman, ECE
  • Using Solid Ethical Practices, Family Sleep Institute
  • Health Literacy Series 2019, Family Sleep Institute
  • Perinatal Depression & Anxiety, Family Sleep Institute
  • New Approach to Teaching Sleep Training Methods, Family Sleep Institute

Kimberly’s BabyZzz Story

In 2016, as a first-time mom whose husband left for work at 4 AM, I was content taking what sleep we were getting because I didn’t know any different. Starting our day at 4:30 AM and us all being cranky and overtired before dinner even rolled around seemed “par for the course.”  It wasn’t until we got pregnant with our second that I realized that our then 2-and-a-half-year-old requiring us to fall asleep in his bed with him only to have him crawl into bed with us every hour after that wasn’t going to cut it. Needless to say, we did it differently with our second and it changed our lives, our relationship, family dynamic and ultimately is the reason I decided to become a Certified Sleep Consultant! Understanding the biological changes that occur within the first few months and creating a healthy foundation really paved the way for implementing healthy boundaries and limits around sleep when the time came to sleep train our daughter. I want nothing more than to meet families where they are, set them up for success and support them through their journey as unique as their child.
My educational background in the Behavioral Sciences (Sociology, Psychology and Anthropology) has shaped my philosophies to be very connection and relationship based while my background in early childhood education has given me an in-depth understanding of what respectfully setting limits and boundaries can positively do for a child’s sense of security and self. I’ve loved being able to apply those experiences to the research around sleep and the techniques from a number of leading pediatric sleep researchers to equip families with the knowledge necessary to help their babies get the rest they need at the pace at which they are comfortable with. With emotional attachment in mind, I hope to help families see and experience sleep training as a process in which a sleep coach and family work as a team in order to help littles fall asleep and stay asleep independently to achieve consolidated, restorative sleep for everyone.