Your Go-To Podcast For Navigating Life With Kiddos.

Best Melbourne baby sleep consultant Jazz Kostov

There are LOTS of parenting podcasts out there.

But finding one you like can be tough. I get it.

As a Mum, small business owner and renovation junkie - I know how the juggle of life can feel. Personally, I love relaxed and conversational podcasts I can actually relate to. 

I’m talking about the kind of podcast where you feel like you’re sitting next to the host having a cuppa with your feet up on the couch.

When you can’t face another broken night, coffee doesn’t work and you just don’t know how to help your baby to sleep - I'm here for you.

That is why I made The Let’s Sleep Podcast. 

So make yourself a coffee, roll out for a pram walk, pop in your AirPods and tune in.


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Real chats with parents and expert health professionals.

I know you’re going to loveeeee listening along.

On The Let’s Sleep Podcast, I share sleep tips and strategies with you, the good and challenging parts of being parents and a whole lot of stuff in between.

This is for parents who want to boost their confidence in this wild parenting ride and get some reassurance that you’re not alone in your hiccup-y moments.

Real, relaxed and fun chats.

Jammm packed with tips for you to implement in your own life.

You are going to love it.

Want to have a chit chat on my podcast?

A cup of tea or glass of wine are totally welcome on the show.

Meet the Podcast Host

I’m Jazz Kostov!

Family Sleep and Wellness Coach, Founder of Let’s Sleep and Co Founder of Beyond Sleep School.

I help parents have the confidence to manage their mini’s sleep and break routine so they can socialise and fit in the things they love.

My approach is holistic, balancing a baby’s developmental and nutritional needs. It’s science, backed by over a decade of experience, straight from the heart of a mama.


I acknowledge and give thanks to the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people, the Traditional Owners of the land I work on. I pay respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. This land always was, and
always will be Aboriginal land.