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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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Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies 2023

updated October 21, 2023 – Yes, it’s just an hour. But when you’re the parent of a newborn, infant or baby twins, it’s a crucial hour! This post, Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies 2023 contains step by step infant sleep help. We’ve also got a 2023 calendar and tips from the night nanny and […]

What Foods Should Be Avoided When Breastfeeding?

updated December 29, 2023 What Foods Should Be Avoided When Breastfeeding? is a common question for night nurses and lactation counselors. As the primary food source for their baby, it’s natural that a parent would worry that the foods they eat could irritate their newborns stomach, or affect milk production. But don’t worry, the short […]

50 Activities to do with Baby in Chicago

updated October 5, 2023 – Now that you’ve got the lay of the parenting land, you’ve probably noticed you’re incredibly busy yet sometimes bored! We hope this blog 50 Activities to do with Baby in Chicago can give a inspiration to get out of Groundhog Day or just get out of the house. Our team […]

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 […]

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, […]