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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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How to Swaddle Like a Pro

Swaddling is an excellent way to soothe your baby and the ideal way to help baby stay asleep at night.   We sometimes hear from parents that their newborn does not like to be swaddled, but often we find that baby is just not swaddled snugly enough.  Swaddling allows babies to feel the comfort of […]

Cloth, Hybrid and Biodegradable Diapers

Cloth diapers have gotten a lot easier to use and there are more options than just disposable versus cloth! This blog Cloth, Hybrid and Biodegradable Diapers gives an overview of parents’ choices for diapering their little ones! More diaper delivery services and innovations like disposable diaper inserts have given parents new options in diapering. Cloth […]

Increasing Early Production of Breastmilk

One of the challenges brand new mothers and partners may encounter just home from the hospital is a lack of milk production.  While this can be normal, it can also lead to a baby in need of food and a baby with no nourishment is not okay.  So what’s a mother to do when she’s dedicated […]

Your First Night Home: Newborn Diapering and Bathing

To conclude our three part, “Your First Night Home with Baby” series, here are the most common diapering and bathing questions our Registered Nurses and Newborn Care Providers receive. Newborn Diapering and Bathing covers FAQ’s about clothing, bathing and circumcision care when transitioning from hospital to home. Newborn Diapering and Bathing How often do I […]

Cradle Cap, Eczema, and Infant Acne Explained

What are common newborn care skin conditions; cradle cap, eczema and infant acne and how can they be treated? This blog Cradle Cap, Eczema, and Infant Acne Explained can help. Cradle Cap, Eczema, and Infant Acne Explained What is Cradle Cap?         Cradle cap is scales and redness on a baby’s scalp. […]