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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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Daytime Nanny and A Night Nurse: Unique Differences

Of course the primary difference between a daytime nanny and night nurse lies in the hours during which they provide care! But there are other ways the jobs of each baby care provider differs. This blog, Daytime Nanny and A Night Nurse: Unique Differences details the specific roles of each job as it relates to […]

Owlet’s New Sock Just Got Approved by the FDA

Remember the Owlet Smart Sock? The device would notify us parents and caregivers if our babies’ heart rates or oxygen levels were out of the normal range. While many parents reported the devices gave them peace of mind, Smart Socks were pulled from the shelves in 2021. This happened after violating the Federal Food, Drug, […]

Essential First Aid Skills for New Parents

There are so many unknowns to parents of newborns and infants! Being prepared in case of an accident or other emergency will not only help your baby, but also help you.  Having the skills to help your newborn, twins or any infant in distress will not only give them the best chance of healing, but […]

What Should I ask a Night Nurse?

Newborns and their parents have different needs than families with older kids. Postpartum care, breast and bottle feeding and infant sleep safety are just a few of the areas that make overnight newborn care different. If you’re wondering, What Should I ask a Night Nurse? to find a great postpartum care, this blog is for […]