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The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

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6 Easy Tips to Help Your Reflux Baby

To help babies with reflux, we need to first understand what reflux is and then find comfort techniques.  Reflux is a backward flow of the contents of the stomach into the esophagus that causes heartburn. Our team of night nannies presents advice to help here, with 6 Easy Tips to Help Your Reflux Baby. Reflux […]

What Foods Should Be Avoided When Breastfeeding?

A question LMS nurses are often asked is, “What foods should I stay away from when breastfeeding?”  The answer?  NONE. We explain in What Foods Should Be Avoided When Breastfeeding? How Does What I Ingest Affect My Baby? Probably because we’re always searching for reasons why baby is crying so we can fix it, conventional […]

The NoClock Nursing Method

Brand new nursing moms get a LOT of advice and with so much talk of how long and how much a newborn should be breastfeeding, the No Clock Method might sound a little crazy! But as Heidi Streufert, RN and former La Leche League Leader explains, “My best advice to postpartum parents is to throw […]

How to Offer a Bottle to A Breastfed Baby

Question: I will be returning back to work soon, and my breastfed baby refuses to take a bottle of breastmilk or formula.  Help! Amy Black, IBCLC answers this common question in how to offer a bottle to a breastfed baby. How to Offer a Bottle to A Breastfed Baby When attempting to offer a baby […]

My Milk Isn’t In…What Do I Do?

A common early breastfeeding question is, My Milk Isn’t In…What Do I Do? Below Jessica Haupt, RN, IBCLC provides answers to nursing with low production, or what seems like low-production but is actually quite normal! Tips on increasing your milk production and a successful breastfeeding relationship are below. One of the challenges brand new mothers […]