Amylee Weber

Hi, I’m Amylee Weber. I live in Rural Victoria with my Husband Brock and our two sons, Heath (5) and Lane (2).

For the past 8 years I have worked as a nurse across various areas. Caring for other has been something I have always felt very passionate about.

Joining the Hushabye Baby team and working alongside Amy Huebner has solidified my ambition to help families achieve amazing sleep.

I feel incredibly privileged to work with each of my clients and be involved in this pivotal part of their children’s lives.

Forming meaningful connections and making a difference in the lives of my clients has being a big part of my working life.

I’ve personally had a 5+ year relationship with Amy Huebner. It started when I sought out her help with my first son Heath when he was 4 months old. Like so many other new mums, I felt somewhat unprepared with the sleep needs of a newborn. We lacked a routine and when that 4 months mark hit, I soon entered the most challenging time of my life. Brock and I were exhausted and barely functioning. 

We found Amy and felt immediately supported and reassured that we could get our family back on track and start sleeping well again. Which we all needed. After immediate success with Heath, we didn’t hesitate to follow on with the Newborn Package for our next son. Having the support and education from the beginning put our family in a completely different state 2nd time round.

When I was given the opportunity to become part of the Sleep Sense™ family and join Hushabye Baby, I jumped at the chance. It makes me very proud to join this driven, passion-led business, and be able to make such a difference to the lives of our clients.

I can offer our clients a unique perspective not only as a trained Gentle Sleep Specialist but also as a parent having gone through the process you are about to embark on.

I pride myself on being a warm, approachable and supportive person and so look forward to working together to achieve your family’s sleep goals.

What makes our program so successful? Glad you asked.