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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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Essential Sun Safety Tips for Infants

Updated, May 2022 – Newborn and infant skin is very tender and should be protected from the sun, but sunblock shouldn’t be used. Little ones often react poorly to the chemicals in sunscreen and can develop a rash or irritation. If your baby is younger than six months, it’s important to follow these essential sun […]

PPD vs. Baby Blues – Know the Difference

During the first few weeks after birth, new mothers often experience conflicting feelings of joy and unexpected disappointment, so it’s crucial that new parents and partners understand what’s normal and when it is time to call a doctor. This article, PPD vs. Baby Blues- Know the Difference, shares how Postpartum Depression and Baby Blues can […]

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 […]

Increasing Early Production of Breastmilk

One of the challenges brand new mothers and partners may encounter just home from the hospital is a lack of milk production.  While this can be normal, it can also lead to a baby in need of food and a baby with no nourishment is not okay.  So what’s a mother to do when she’s dedicated […]

Tips and Tricks with Twins

Updated May 31, 2022~ Parents of multiples are often overwhelmed, overtired and overdosed on advice.  We hope to answer our twin FAQ’s here in Tips and Tricks with Twins! Will I ever sleep again? How do you get twins on the same sleep schedule? Feeding is the anchor to a baby’s schedule.  When we talk […]