World Certified Gentle Sleep Coach
Keri Robbins has been a childcare professional for over 20 years. She is a Certified Gentle Sleep Coach, a Certified 0-5 month specialist, a Certified Behavioral Technician and a licensed infant daycare provider. She graduated from University of California Riverside with a Bachelor's Degree in Gender Studies in 2015. She is highly trained and experienced with infant care and is happy to share her knowledge with anyone who asks.
While working with families throughout her career, the most common struggle for them was always sleep. Keri has helped numerous families get more sleep by educating them on what quality sleep looks like and how to achieve it. She is passionate about teaching families how to handle the most challenging issues as a parent. Keri believes no family should feel like they don't know what they are doing when it comes to raising their child. She loves being the resource parents seek out when they need a little help. She has experience with non-traditional family structures and parenting styles and has successfully used her sleep coaching methods to meet each family's unique needs.
When Keri is not busy wrangling babies and helping tired families, she enjoys crafting with her Cricut, painting with Acrylics on canvas, and cooking. She also considered herself a life-long learner and is always continuing her education or learning something new!
Paintings by Keri
Sleep Coach Certification
Keri graduated in 2021 from the Gentle Sleep Coach Program with a certification in gentle sleep consulting
0-5 Month Specialist Certification
Keri has a specialty certification for the 0–5-month age group earned from the Gentle Sleep Coach Program
Keri graduated from University of California Riverside in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Gender Studies
Keri was featured in an interview by SD Voyager Magazine in November 2022. She was asked to share her story about becoming a small business owner in San Diego. Learn more about Keri and how she got started with Robbins Nest Child Care Services here: