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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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Top 3 Infant Sleep Myths

We hear them at playgroups and baby showers, see them on message boards and read them on medicine bottles.  Parental Urban Legends add more confusion to new parents’ already overloaded brains and with no basis in fact, they persist like Mikey and Pop Rocks.  Here are our Top 3 Infant Sleep Myths and solutions that […]

50 Activities to do with Baby in Chicago

Congratulations and welcome to parenthood! Now that you’ve got the lay of the land, you’ve probably noticed you’re incredibly busy yet also somehow bored. You might be feeling isolated -especially during this time of lockdowns and quarantine- but at the same time inundated with advice and pictures of perfect families. We hope this blog 50 […]

Giving Birth During Covid19: Protocols and Possible Interventions

As coronavirus continues to be a threat to the American public, giving birth during covid19 in a hospital or a healthcare setting has many expecting parents feeling more anxious than usual. To help parents feel more confident and in control, common labor and delivery interventions are detailed below including coronavirus protocols. Interventions such as administration […]

Newborn Care Class: For You and Your Family

Birthing classes cover what to expect during labor and delivery but what about when you bring baby home? Newborn Care Class: For You and Your Family, also called Baby Basics can take place in your home or virtually. Our Night Nurses (RN) teach and support all things infant from common feeding issues to swaddling how-to’s […]