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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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Newborn Breathing Patterns: What’s Normal?

Many new parents become focused on their newborn’s breathing. “He just stopped breathing for 8 seconds… is that normal?” “She was breathing regularly, then started breathing really fast… is she okay?” It’s completely normal to have these worries, as it is frightening to see your little one stop breathing for any length of time. So […]

Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies

Yes, it’s just an hour. But when that particular hour occurs at 4am, parents might want to figure out a way to help their babies sleep a little longer! This post, Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies contains step by step advice to make the sleep transition a little easier for the whole family. Whether […]

Advice for New Parents from Author Kristina Schnack Kotlus

Advice for New Parents from Author Kristina Schnack Kotlus, author of I Quit: Facing Cancer with Faith, Family and Friends. Written by a brain cancer survivor, I Quit provides strength and encouragement to individuals struggling with cancer from the perspective of someone who has experienced it firsthand. Candidly sharing her experiences with chemo, radiation, and doctors, […]

Creating a Montessori Home for Babies and Toddlers

When Dr. Maria Montessori started her classrooms for children in Rome in the early 1900’s, she created an environment based around children. Her classes included child size sinks, toys and shelves so that the children could freely and independently explore. The children of varying ages were also responsible for keeping their classroom orderly. They helped make […]