Frequently Asked Questions

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A baby nurse is a non-medical trained infant specialist with extensive hands-on infant experience. She comes into the home to assist new parents with day-to-day care of their newborn. Additionally, a baby nurse will educate the new parents on caring for their newborn baby, assist in establishing an eating and sleeping schedule for the baby, and provide assistance to breast feeding mothers.

There is no set time limit as to the length of time a family will need post partum care, however we recommend 7 weeks. Some families reserve a Baby Nurse for up to 10 months depending on the specific families needs. There is a 5 day minimum.

Yes, I do have experience with twins.

It is never too early to start the process of searching for a qualified and trustworthy baby nurse. This begins by filling out a baby nurse reservation form. Once completed and received, you will be provided with references, and arrange a phone interview. Please note that we will not meet in person until 5 weeks prior to your due date. This will insure that my schedule remains open unless you secure the date before hand.
However, don’t hesitate to call me if you have an immediate need. I have accommodated many families on a very short notice, given that I have the date open.

Absolutely, I have extensive references and I will provide you with names and phone numbers. I believe that speaking with other Moms and Dads is the most accurate way to verify my Baby Nurses qualifications.

Yes, this can be done as long as my schedule permits. As I work most nights, a phone interview and reference checking is usually sufficient.

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