We pray for your safety. Your life is put on the line, daily. You have chosen to protect and serve. Its scary, its hard, it effects your family and friends, yet you continue on. It is BRAVE, courageous, and admired. Your sacrifice does not go unnoticed.
There are no word to describe the appreciation that stems from our military, police force and firefighters bravery.
You make us proud. We offer you the service of a Night Nanny, or Sleep Trainer. We offer you a 50% discount. While you are deployed, or making our community a better, safer place. We hope to help you in return.
Thank you for your service to our community and country!
Birth Doulas offer support during your pregnancy and the birth. They provide a Birth plan catered to your family, a back up plan if pregnancy complications occur, and a clear state of mind while you are going through the birthing process.
Postpartum Doulas help keep the calmness after the birth. You will have lots of questions to answer, and you’ll have a friend by your side helping you decipher your options. Postpartum Doulas offer mom and baby support for the next few weeks. Helping you bond, get rest, and stick to your postpartum plan.
Your Night Nurse will get you the much needed rest you need after having a baby. We wake with your newborn(s), feed, burp, change diapers, snuggle, baby laundry, and sterilize bottles and breast pump equipment while you sleep.
Can I have the same Doula for all 3 needs?
You can. Interview with a Birth Doula today. Have the luxury of your trusted friend by your side from the beginning to end. Book a Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, or Night Nurse today! Out of the state or country? Not a problem, we travel.
Breastfeeding struggles include: latch, milk supply, bonding, improper position and sore nipples. 92 percent of new mothers said they had troubles breastfeeding. You are not alone. You should have an endless amount of resources around you after baby is born. Welcome these suggestions. As the days move on you will find your support team may have gone back to work and or think you’ve got it.
Who has the knowledge
The nurses at the hospital should have lots of knowledge to help with latching and milk supply. If your problems arise after you are home, your night nurse and or doula should have plenty of tips to guide you to success. Still having difficulties? Reach out to your local lactation source. They can be found at hospitals and community events for moms. Most insurance should cover your lactation consult. Check with your insurance to see who is in your network.
Relax! Babies can feed off your stress and in return makes them stressed. 30 years ago docs had moms drink a beer to relax them and have the milk supply arrive. This trick is still used today. Obviously, pump and dump that first supply after beer.
Lay on your back while breastfeeding. Baby led breastfeeding.
Sometimes baby isn’t hungry. Offer breast when you and baby are calm. A lot of the times baby gets frustrated when mom is forcing a feeding and baby actually is just tired. Relax, enjoy, and read your babies cues.
Find a night nurse with breastfeeding experience to help you at night.