If you’re looking for a night nurse, I can help. I have a lot of East Coast clients who ask for a night nurse and here on the West Coast we call that a Doula! Having been raised in New York I understand, it’s one of those fun East/West Coast translations.
Generally speaking, a night nurse is usually primarily concerned with the baby and the baby’s needs. While the baby is certainly an important focus in my work, as a Doula I also bring additional experience, information and knowledge to help address external factors that could also be impacting your child’s sleep patterns. In short, the doula approach is more of a wholistic approach to the family’s dynamic, taking into consideration the health and well being of both mom and baby as they transition into a cohesive family unit.
As a night nurse and doula, I bring all of my postpartum doula experience, breastfeeding education and support to assist you in any way that you need. I am educated and experienced in baby sleep rhythms, the physical and emotional needs and support for moms, as well as a variety of other skill sets and experiences that will accomplish your night nurse needs perfectly.
Call me today and let’s talk about your night nurse needs.