Our Story…

In 2013 My Sweet Sleeper was born shortly after I had my first child. As a single mother, I struggled to juggle working and taking care of my new baby while running on little sleep (even though my son was a generally good sleeper).

I have always loved working with babies for as long as I can remember, which is why throughout college and beyond I had worked as a nanny and night nanny. During this time I had the opportunity to work with many multiples and care for babies as I gave their parents the gift of sleep.

To be honest, prior to becoming a sleep consultant I didn’t even know this profession existed. But as soon as I learned how many families really needed help, I was in! I studied Human Development at Metro State University in Denver, CO and became a certified infant and toddler sleep consultant in 2013 after attending the International Maternity Institute.

Since starting My Sweet Sleeper, I have worked with hundreds of families and had the rewarding experience of helping their children sleep better. It truly is one of the most wonderful professions and I genuinely look forward to each new family I get to be a part of.

Our Approach…

We are skilled in our profession, but we are so much more than that! We care about your well being and we are on your team.  We cry, laugh, and celebrate with our families and your victories are our victories!

We are passionate about sleep and strive to be the best in our industry. Our number one goal is to lead you to better sleep and better health. Because of this, we do not believe in a one-size-fits all approach. We try to personalize our plans to meet the needs of your unique family and provide you with the tools that will lead you to better sleep.

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Rachel Gorton/Mitchell

Owner/Founder & Certified Sleep Consultant


A quick note about crying

As a Mother, I know how difficult it is to hear your baby cry and the physiological affects it can have on both of you. While tears are sometimes a part of this process, we do our best to take a balanced approach and would never ask you to do anything you didn’t feel comfortable with.