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Your First Night Home: Newborn Sleep

Updated Feb 1, 2022- One of the great joys we have here at Let Mommy Sleep is transitioning first time parents home from the hospital with their newborns.  This blog, Your First Night Home with Baby: Newborn Sleep, is the first of our three part series, “Your First Night Home with Baby,” and answers our most […]

Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads

updated October 5, 2023– With the amount of national and statewide programs online, searching for postpartum support after your newborn arrives can be overwhelming. Our team of Certified Newborn Care Providers and Postpartum Doulas has compiled a list of Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads. Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads […]

The NoClock Nursing Method

There’s a LOT of advice about how long and how much a newborn should be breastfeeding so the No Clock Method might sound a little funny. But as Heidi Streufert, RN and former La Leche League Leader explains: “My best advice to postpartum parents is to throw away the clock at least for the first […]

What is a Dreamfeed?

updated September 29, 2023 – When seeking ways to help baby sleep longer stretches at night, parents commonly hear advice that they must offer baby a “dreamfeed.” But what is a Dreamfeed? And how does it work? Here’s how this scheduled feeding technique works: What is a Dreamfeed? A feed between 10pm-11pm Popularized by the […]

Your First Night Home with Baby: Questions About Feeding

updated October 8, 2023 – As part of our “Your First Night Home” series, we answer some of the most common questions our night nanny and postpartum doula team get from new parents about newborn feeding. Your First Night Home Baby Questions About Feeding answers parents frequently asked questions about how much, how often and […]