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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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The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Inspire Peaceful Newborn Sleep

The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Inspire Peaceful Newborn Sleep is the roadmap to calm naps and nighttime sleep by Elizabeth Pantley. As one of the original authors of parenting books focused on newborns, babies, toddlers and their sleep almost 20 years ago, Ms. Pantley remains a highly regarded pediatric sleep expert. Her books have been translated […]

Giving Birth During Covid19: Protocols and Possible Interventions

Coronavirus continues to be a threat to the American public. Because of this, 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. If interventions […]

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 […]

So You’re Having Twins! Baby Care Class

How do I get my twins on the same feeding and sleep schedule? What if they cry at the same time?  Is it possible to feed my babies at the same time or should I stagger their feedings….what if I’m breastfeeding and don’t produce enough for both newborns? What do people mean when they talk about […]

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, […]