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Top 6 Newborn and Postpartum Care Websites

Evidence-based websites can be hard to find, especially for expecting and new parents inundated with opinions and advice on “What’s Best for Your Baby.”  Add in our current public health situation where coronavirus news is constantly evolving, and parents can access thousands of websites with conflicting information.  Below are our Nurses Top 6 Newborn and […]

Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads

With the amount of national and statewide programs online, searching for support after baby arrives can be overwhelming. Below we’ve compiled a list of Chicago Area Resources for New Moms and Dads, both virtual and in-person:  Postpartum Mental Health Support:  Perinatal Mood Disorders are the most common complication of pregnancy, with 1 in 7 mothers […]

Newborn and Postpartum Care Credential Now Available!

The Newborn & Postpartum Care Credential is NOW AVAILABLE in Virginia!  If you are a CNA and would like to stack the Newborn and Postpartum Care credential onto your license, you can do so by attending class on Jan 22 or March 12, 2022. Register here! Fairfax Co. Virginia is now offering Newborn & Postpartum […]

#BabyTipoftheDay: 100 Tips from RN’s and Newborn Experts!

#BabyTipoftheDay: 100 Tips from RN’s and Newborn Experts! is one piece of advice shared for the next 100 days of the excellent tips we’ve collected over the past 10 years here at Let Mommy Sleep. Our team has provided over 2 million hours of newborn care and education, and while we’ve shared a LOT of […]