About me


Vesna Osmanagic

Hi, I’m Vesna!


I live in Berkshire, UK with my partner Matt, our two boys Oliver and Jack and our dog Ruby. I am an Attachment Based Baby and Child Sleep Consultant and I believe all families can have the gift of a good night’s sleep.


My love for children and my fascination in how the human mind works was the reason I chose to study child psychology. I became interested in how babies sleep soon after my first son was born when I was like most new mums completely overwhelmed and sleep deprived searching for ways for all of us to get more sleep. Ways that would not involve leaving my baby to cry.


I formally qualified as children’s sleep consultant and completed ONC Level 3 and later Level 4 qualifications, I have completed the Holistic Sleep Coaching Course in the and am currently studying to obtain the Baby-Led Sleep & Wellbeing Certification.


I am incredibly passionate about sleep and I feel incredibly lucky that I turned my passion into a career. There is nothing more rewarding than guiding and supporting families on their journey to better sleep.


I know first-hand that the world of baby sleep often feels like a minefield with conflicting advice coming from every angle. I also know how overwhelmed you might feel as a new mother thinking you are doing everything wrong. And thrust me, I know how frustrated you might be trying to get your baby to sleep. I know because I’ve been there!

But it doesn’t have to be this way!

The expectations of how babies are supposed to sleep has shifted in a way that no longer works with what is biologically normal. And I believe that these unrealistic expectations are the reason so many new parents’ struggle.

My mission is to normalise infant and child sleep and offer attachment-focused and evidence-based sleep support.

My approach is holistic, family-centred and primarily focuses on attachment. It supports natural development and respects biologically normal infant sleep.

I don’t use sleep training however I do have a huge amount of knowledge and advice to share with you which will help you guide your baby towards better sleep.

I see so many new parents that feel under pressure from family, friends, society, or social media to sort out their babies sleep, to get them onto a schedule even though it might not necessarily work for them, to change the way they feed their baby to get them to sleep longer, and ultimately to question their own parenting instincts.

This well-meant advice isn’t always wrong, but the problem is that there is no one-size-fits-all to parenting or sleep.

That’s why I like to get to know you and your family and look at your unique situation before working with you on your very individual plan to improve your child’s sleep and your family’s wellbeing.

If you want to learn more about my approach, please get in touch. I am looking forward to hear from you!