Which one do you need: newborn night nanny, baby nurse, or postpartum doula? What's the difference between each? Find out what each is and how I can help you get the best sleep possible.
As professional postpartum doula, I am specifically trained in supporting families during the postpartum time up to one year after delivery. I am there to offer emotional support, physical support and educational support to your entire family. A postpartum doula doesn’t just focus on the baby; mother, partner, and siblings are all supported with the goal on helping mother and family adjust to the new family member.
A newborn night nanny (also known as “baby nanny,” or “night nannies”) primary role is to take care of the baby(s). Currently though, there is no credential or training necessary to use these titles.
Lastly, a baby nurse is there solely to take care of the baby only. It should be noted that a baby nurse should be up to date with his/her current nursing license.
So how can I help give your family adequate sleep? I offer both daytime and overnight postpartum support. This includes:
I can certainly support you if you are looking for a night nanny, baby nurse, or postpartum doula. I am passionate about supporting families in the Syracuse area to help your family rest and enjoy your new family member!
Contact me today if you are considering having support in the postpartum time!
I am a DONA certified birth doula in the central New York area. I am a founder of the CNY Doula Connection. I also offer postpartum care, childbirth education classes and trainings, lactation support, belly binding, and placenta encapsulation and training in the greater Syracuse area.