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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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Creating a Safe Nursery for Your Baby

Designing the nursery wonderful way to connect with baby before birth but the most important part of nursery planning is safety. Moss Building & Design experts share how to create the nursery of your dreams that’s also practical and safe. 

Reflux or Gassy Baby? It could actually be Tongue Tie!

While there are four types of tongue-tie in babies, tongue-tie –or baby being born with a slightly limited range of motion in the tongue- is rarely serious.  Additionally, it is much more common than generally thought.  And while tongue-tie is typically very easy to fix, it does lead to frustrating feeds because baby is not […]

The Truth About Breastfeeding to Sleep

When parents ask Heidi Streufert, RN, CLC if it’s okay to let their baby fall asleep at the breast, she usually responds, “I dare you to try to keep them awake!”  “But seriously,” says Heidi. “I typically tell them that newborns will fall asleep while breastfeeding, and not only is this okay, but they will […]

3 Baby Tips You Didn’t Know

Being a new parent is a learning experience for all, and we always look for the insider tips and tricks to make the journey a little bit easier.  Here are some solutions to common baby issues, that you may not know about:

Baby’s Speech Milestones

Infant communication and speech progress varies from child to child, but there are general milestones parents can use to gauge their own baby’s development. Below is a quick guide of communication milestones for babies age newborn to 18 months old. As always, you know your child best so if you ever feel that baby isn’t […]

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