Hand selected and vetted to give your family the best service offered in Colorado. Our team of Doulas and Newborn Care Specialist are sweet, caring, and a reliable group of woman. Our career Night Nannies come with 5 plus years of experience. Most of our team are mothers themselves, so they know exactly what Mom and Baby may need.
Serving all of Colorado
Our team based mainly in the Denver metro area, however, we travel. If the drive is over 30 minutes, we just ask you pay for the gas and hourly rate. If you would like the Night Nanny to make the trip once a week and stay with you, thats an option. We are here to help and make your life easier. Let us know how we can help.
Night Nannies and Sleep Training Worldwide
Our hubs are located in Colorado and Hawaii, and Sleep Train/provide Night Nannies around the world. We’ve been flown to Australia, Video Sleep Trainings in Seattle, and have a team on island in Hawaii. Covid has impacted our travel and services in other states but we are still striving to provide and assist our families in need.
Night Owl team is serving Colorado and Hawaii. Precautions taken for COVID prevention. Our team is abiding by CDC stay at home safer guidelines. They will arrive freshly showered, wash hands, sanitize car, wear a mask, and be as safe as possible while in your home.
Qualified, certified and 5 years at least of newborn experience. The Night Owl team will have you feeling rested and comfortable while they are caring for your babies. Doulas and Newborn Care Specialist come with a lot of knowledge, and kindness. We love our team and we hope you will too.
Our Team is full of amazing Doulas and Newborn Care Specialist
We are proud to hire only certified Doulas and Newborn Care Specialist. You and your newborn will be in great hands. Caring, knowledgeable, and professional women will come to your home for 8-12 hours a night. Their main goal is to get you and your spouse a significant amount of rest, while they care for your newborn(s).
We provide anything Mommy and Baby related. Breastfeeding support, diaper changes, feedings, bottles/breast pump cleaning/sterilizing, settling baby back to sleep, baby laundry, and keeping nursery tidy. Your Night Nanny will rest while the baby sleeps. Our team comes with aloha spirit and ohana feel.
Why choose Night Owl on Oahu
Night Owl has a professional team flown across the nation. Main hubs are located in Colorado and Hawaii. Every state has the night nannies to choose from, and they are choosing a Night Nanny from Colorado or Hawaii to be flown to their homes. We come from expertise, and loving hearts. Let our team we hand pick be your overnight caregivers.
The first few months after having a newborn can be very tasking for the mother, especially if she has other children to take care of. Or if you’re a new mom traveling to the island to vacation, we want to help you enjoy the island while resting and taking care of yourself.
This is harder at night because newborns do not seem to understand the concept of time, hence the staying awake during the night and sleeping during the day. This where a Night Owl nanny comes into help. A night nanny has the task of taking up the night duties of your newborn while you catch much-needed sleep
When you have other activities to carry on with during the day, you cannot afford to miss a second of snoozing. If you do not have a night nanny, you will be losing more than a second of that night snoozing because your newborn will keep you awake. Its not always for food, or dirty diapers. Sometimes your newborn just needs some comfort or snuggles.
Night Owl Hawaii offers doulas and newborn care specialists, with all the knowledge and information about taking care of a newborn. You have absolutely nothing to worry about when getting the services of the doula on the island.
What are the duties of a night nanny in Oahu?
Night Owl Nanny Hawaii will perform all the duties of a mom to a newborn, (except breastfeeding) can be handled by the newborn care specialist. From diaper changing, feedings, to baby laundry. Think of anything you need to be done for your newborn, and they can handle it. They are experienced and trained to act as a substitute mother when you are resting.
If your baby is craving personal contact while you are sleeping , they can give snuggles and rock your baby to keep them calm while you catch up on much needed rest.
With all the stress that comes during the day, and your healing body, a good night’s sleep cannot be, and should not be negotiated. And to help you get this sleep you need to get the services of Night Owl Nanny Hawaii for your newborn.
When a newborn arrives, it is easy for the mother to forget that she is human too. They usually go into a full superhuman mode which usually involves staying awake at night when the baby wakes up and starts crying, and then carrying on through the day like she was not awake for the better part of the night taking care of the baby.
If this continues for a while, a breakdown is inevitable, because the mother is forgetting that she just went through what many would term a miracle- bringing a human to the world, and she needs to heal. Mentally, physically and otherwise, she needs to heal. This healing will not happen if she is depriving her body of sleep.
Our services spread through out Hawaii, our main hub is located on Oahu. We can fly Night Nannies to other islands if you are comfortable with the Night Nanny staying with your family. We provide trained and professional newborn care specialists, our night nannies are trained to administer care to your baby and yourself if needed. The island of Oahu, has amazing Ohana feels, we offer the Ohana night nanny service.
A Postpartum Doula supports mom and baby after birth. This comes with many rewarding duties. Mom will have a lot going on, a doula is there to help clear her mind with all possible options. A Doula will support mom with breastfeeding, bonding, sleep schedules, sibling bonding, mom and baby chores, and overall emotional and physical support.
Night and Daytime Support
This can include daytime and night time support. Helping mom rest, answer questions she may be having, and educating her on her options with no judgement. Daytime duties can include letting mom rest, light household chores, making food, baby laundry, caring for newborn, and breastfeeding support. Night time duties can include caring for newborn while mom sleeps, washing bottle/breast pump equipment, changing diapers, settling baby back to sleep, and snuggles.
This role as a postpartum doula does not include medical advice, driving mom or baby, and babysitting.
If your doula suspects postpartum depression or a physical abuse situation, her role is to get the mom and or baby the support they need with no judgement. After birth, hormones can be elevated and emotions run high. Your doula will support you through this time and help with solutions, offer support groups, or gather family support for you when needed.
Your Doula quickly becomes a family friend. Each doula comes with different and unique education and skills. This can range from essential oils, sleep training help, grief counseling, to postpartum depression expertise.
Love your Doula
Interviewing your Doula ahead of time to find the perfect match for your family is recommended. Its important for your personalities to mesh well. This woman will be with your family in a very vulnerable state. You should feel comfort having he or she with you, and trusting what she says to make your transition with your new baby as easy as possible. Your doula will be available via text/phone, email and in person. It is important for your doula to be professional, knowledgeable, kind and understanding. Your doula should feel like your trusted right hand.
How long does a Doula stay with a family?
Your postpartum doula is usually involved within the first 3 months of your child’s life. They can support you for a few weeks up to a few months. Doula’s support your family in many different ways, and it can be catered individually to your families needs and their expertise. We do most anything baby and mommy related.
Finding the perfect Doula for your family
When looking for your perfect doula. Do your research, feel comfortable, ask questions, and make sure you have your postpartum plan clear with your providing doula. This process will be rewarding, caring and helpful as you transition with your new baby. They will care for you, for newborn and your family every step of the way.
Family is not located in the same state
Doulas fill the gap of missing family support. We once had a village of woman by our sides helping raise and tend to the mother and newborn. Times have changed. We no longer have the support close by. Families surrounding us have their own families, busy lives, and work, or may not live in town. Let your Doula be your village, and help make this an amazing experience with your new baby.
Wishing you a positive, uplifting, and an organic experience with your doula.
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You have a few options when breastfeeding and having a night nanny. Your Night Nanny will bring in your baby when its time to feed, or have you come to the nursery to breastfeed. Ever family has a different plan that works for them. We cater to your needs. Our main goal during that time is to get you your much needed rest and care for your baby.
What does my Night Nanny do while I breastfeed?
Your night nanny can fix you a snack, make you tea, fill your water, support with breastfeeding, finish baby laundry. They can chat or be quiet. You and your Doula or Newborn Care Specialist will become very close and establish a routine that gets you back to sleep quickly.
Can I pump?
Of course. We will have clean and sterilized pump equipment outside your door. When you have finished pumping, place it outside the door. Your Night Nanny will feed baby or place it in your fridge. They will clean pump equipment, and have it outside your door for the next pump.
For most parents, the birth of their new baby is one of the happiest days of their lives – but unfortunately, it’s rarely the end of the changes and discomforts that can come with pregnancy. As mom recovers from labor and delivery and dad adjusts to life with an extra (an extra needy!) little person to think about, it’s not uncommon for sleep deprivation and total exhaustion to set in – and that can be dangerous for your health and your baby’s health.
Studies have found that the symptoms of post-partum depression worsen in mothers when their quality of sleep declines. Mothers suffering from PPD take longer to fall asleep, and sleep for shorter periods. Causing the worse- poor sleep quality, and leading to depression.
This is bad news for both mother and baby because post-partum depression can seriously affect the quality of the relationship between a mother and her newborn, making it harder for them to bond and form a secure attachment. If PPD is not caught and treated early, this can damage the emotional, cognitive, motor and behavioral development of your growing baby.
Research also suggests that sleep deprivation can reduce a breastfeeding mother’s milk supply, and cause memory lapses that make even the smallest of tasks – like changing a diaper – challenging for both mom and dad.
New parents often neglect their own needs, especially when it comes to sleep, but it doesn’t need to be this way. With the support of Night Owl Nanny Care, your night nanny located in Denver and Hawaii, can help with the baby and household chores. Everyone in the family will be getting more shut-eye – and you and your new baby will have the best chance of staying in excellent health.
We have a team of fabulous woman that are the top leading Night Nurse’s in Denver. We care for not just your baby over night, but Momma assistance as well. Night Owl Nanny Care brings you the most trusted and high quality team in Denver. We won’t let you down.
Only open for 4 short years, we have become the top Night Nurse for Newborn Agency for many elite clients. We bring you quality, trust, reliability and calmness for you to rest at night. Our Doula’s and Newborn Care Specialist are hand picked, vetted, drug screened, FBI background check, and an in depth reference check. Night Owl only hires the best.
How a Night Nurse in Denver can help you
A Night Nurse for you Newborn has many helpful benefits. They will come to your home anywhere between 7pm-10pm. Your Night Nurse will stay for 8-12 hours a night. They will feed baby, change diapers, burp, snuggles, gas drops, acid reflux medicine, and make sure your baby is comfortable and sleeping.
Your Newborn Care Specialist and or Doula will help mom ease into mommy hood. After birth emotions run high and baby needs are at the top of your list.Mom needs are just as important. Your Night Nurse will help you with breastfeeding, cleaning breast pump equipment/bottles, baby laundry, tidy nursery, and support mom in any way needed. Sleep is a must for a new mom. It helps the daytime shift go much smoother.
Sleep Training is included with your Night Nurse package
Your Night Nurse will set your newborn up for Sleep Success from the beginning. They will guide you through what helps your newborn sleep better and guide your baby to sleep longer stretches. These experts come with lots of knowledge and make the transition sleeping through the night go smoothly.
Your Night Nurse will recommend blackout curtains, loud white noise (static), and no light stimulating infant in the room. This transition will be less of a sleep training and more of a set up for sleep success.
Choose what agency you would like to book a Night Nanny with. Ask friends who have used Night Nanny services, look at reviews, call and chat with a few agencies. A lot of parents choose us for a couple reasons: We are prompt on responses and answering questions. Our team has been together for years, we won’t be sending you somebody new. Everyone is either a Newborn Care Specialist and or Doula. We stand behind everyone on our team. We know they will show up, on time and do a great job.
Once you’ve chosen an agency, you will need to fill out an application: Night Owl Application Most agencies have an application fee. Ours is a $100.Give us a call 303-717-1841 or email us email@example.com to give a payment. We will send you resumes of available Night Nannies to interview with. If you are starting the interview process after the baby is born, please expect to only have 1-2 Night Nannies to interview with. Good news is everyone on our team is fabulous, so you’ll most likely be satisfied with anyone you choose. After interviews you simple let us or your Night nanny know who you would like to book. You will schedule your nights with your Night Nanny.
Enjoy your Sleep
Your Night Nanny will take care of anything baby or mommy related. Bottles, breast pump equipment, diapers, baby laundry, snuggles, feedings and diaper pale tending. Start enjoying your sleep tonight.
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We are happy to announce we have partnered with Kiersten a Postpartum Doula from Aloha Child Birth, on the island of Oahu. She has so Kindly offered our Momma’s an Ayurvedic meal when purchasing placenta encapsulation. Mention Night Owl sent you to redeem.
Why would I eat my Placenta?
Eating your placenta can raise your energy and breast milk quantity. They also say it can level off your hormones, lowering yourchances of postpartum depression and insomnia. The placenta has protein and fats. Information provided by google.
Placenta Encapsulation is a thousand-year-old practice often used in Chinese Medicine for postpartum women. The Placenta is a powerhouse full of Oxytocin that is key in helping to prevent “Baby Blue’s”. The Placenta also is RICH in Iron that the mother can easily absorb and it also contains the HPL hormone that helps mothers make breastmilk! It boosts the immune system, increases pain threshold, and is excellent at nourishing a depleted mother to increase her energy stores and fatigued adrenal glands! It really is a miracle Organ! <~ Informational stuff on Aloha Child Birth website.
There are many benefits stemming from eating your placenta: Vitamin E, Iron, Oxytocin, Prolactin, Hemoglobin, Cortisone, Plus so much more…
Check out our partners blog and see if encapsulating your placenta is right for you.
Being a night nanny for a celebrity comes with some other responsibilities. Our team is used to the cameras, dodging the paparazzi with your little one, and keeping them calm in the chaos of traveling. We specialize in high profile clients and are very discreet. We are the friend you need after birth, in a life that can be full of speculation.
Travel for Celebrities
As your Night Nanny we are their for the length of time you need us. If we need to head to Paris in two days last minute, we are willingly ready. We understand your busy schedule and high demand from others. We are there to keep you calm and care for your baby. The last thing you’ll have to worry about is your newborn or infant. Rest on the jet while we care for the baby.
Confidentiality for Night Nannies working with Celebrities
Our team has been working with celebrities and high profile clients since we opened. We will sign a confidentiality agreement and be your babies best bud while you sleep. If you need anything extra, we ask you add it into your agreement. We have you covered in anything mommy and baby related.
Why do Celebrities choose Night Owl?
Our Team has been together for 3 plus years. We stand behind everyone on our team. Our team consist of elite Doula’s and Newborn Care Specialist. Our girls are Top of the line Sleep Trainers around the world. Night Owls team is the best, we’ve actually been awarded, The Best. If Celebrities are choosing Night Owl and they have access to anyone, why wouldn’t you?
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Birth Doulas offer support and a plan for your birth. You will have a support system of knowledgeable Doulas. If plan A doesn’t go as plan, don’t worry you and your Doula will have Plan B and C to ease into.
Doula care in the day offers a variety of helpful tasks. Doulas provide Mother and Baby care. Breastfeeding support, newborn education, household assistance, and allows Mom and Baby to rest. Baby Laundry, cleaning bottles/breast pump equipment, and ensuring safe sleeping are all included.
Nigh time Doula
Overnight care with a Doula helps mom rest and gain the energy needed. We provide breastfeeding support, help baby settle back down after feedings and diaper changes. Your night Doula will help set baby up for Sleep Success so baby will transition easily when its time to sleep 10-12 hours a night. Baby Laundry, cleaning bottles/breast pump equipment, and ensuring safe sleeping.
Can I have a Night and Daytime Doula?
You can. We offer both services. If booked in advance, we can offer same Doula for Daytime and Overnight care. We book up quickly, so call today to interview your Doula professional.
How to prepare your life and home for a new addition
A parent who has a disability may face unique challenges in conception, pregnancy, birth, and child care. Do not let these challenges get in your way of experiencing the joy of parenting. Taking the necessary measures to prepare will set you up on the right path.
Preparing for conception
While many people with disabilities can conceive naturally, certain types of medication used for treating and managing disabilities might cause infertility. However, all hope of having a child is not lost. There are options available for parents-to-be who want to have biological children, such as in vitro fertilization.
Once you are ready to conceive, schedule an appointment with an obstetrician and your disability specialist. Although your disability specialist may not know a lot about conception, he/she is well-versed with your condition and its limitations. The specialist will be able to offer great advice on managing your disability while pregnant.
Your obstetrician will walk with you through conception, pregnancy and childbirth. Also, you may want to see a genetics specialist to determine whether there is a probability of your condition being passed down to your child.
Pregnancy and childbirth
Pregnancy comes with discomforts such as nausea, fatigue and back pain, among others. Depending on your disability, these symptoms may be heightened. You will require regular medical attention to monitor progress and mitigate any difficulties early on. Go to a hospital with specialized facilities and personnel to cater to people with disabilities.
Although most deliveries among disabled women are through C-section, some women have successful vaginal births. There have been a few cases of home deliveries too. Talk to your obstetrician to determine your most suitable delivery method.
Plan your finances
Since fertility treatment is usually expensive, and many insurance plans do not cover it for people with a disability, it is important you start saving for it early. Look for financial support in clinics and charitable organizations that help people with disabilities. Negotiate with your insurer to see whether they can cover some costs. Some people have raised money for their fertility treatment through a GoFundMe or Kickstarter campaign.
Furthermore, pregnancy, birth and childcare will come with extra costs. Create a budget for your anticipated expenditure and start saving up. If you are eligible for Social Security disability benefits, your child will also be entitled to up to half the amount that you are eligible for. Your spouse will also qualify for Social Security benefits if they are caring for your child.
Prepare your home
Make modifications to help you operate more efficiently. If your mobility is limited, consider lowering the kitchen counters, widening doorways, installing handrails and replacing stairs with ramps. Reposition light switches to an easily-accessible location.
Create a safe space for your child. Install padding on sharp furniture corners. Cover electrical sockets. Keep toxic items in top cabinets where your child cannot reach them. Install gates and fences to keep your child out of specific areas in the house.
Invest in adapted child care products. A parent in a wheelchair will find a side-opening baby crib more convenient. A sling harness will keep your baby close to you. Replace your regular bed with an adjustable profiling bed. A wearable babble band is useful to a parent with a hearing disability, as it vibrates or lights up when your child makes noise. Magnification aids and talking clocks come in handy if you have a visual impairment.
Take care of yourself
While you’re caring for your child, don’t forget to take care of yourself as well. Self-care activities, like eating a nutritious diet, getting exercise, and maintaining a healthy sleep schedule will not only keep you feeling your best, but will also give you the energy you’ll need to keep up with your little one as he or she grows.
Today, there are numerous resources, support systems and information to help all of us be the best parents we can be. Above all, try not to worry too much, and enjoy your new journey. Many parents with disabilities have come before you and done an excellent job. You will be a great parent.
Night Owl Can help with your transition home
We offer Night Nannies to help mom at night or to simply let you rest, while we care for the newborn. We are flown around the world for our services. Whether its overnight care, or Sleep Training, we have you covered.
Our team has been working together for 3 plus years. Night Owl doesn’t have a high turnover rate. We know our team. Other agencies post on Facebook looking for Nannies to fill positions that night. We only take on the clients we can provide for. Our team is small, but it is strong. You’re never going to get a babysitter or unqualified individual in your home. Everyone on this knowledgeable team is a Doula and or Newborn Care Specialist. We are flown around the world for our services.
Why is Night Owl priced higher than other agencies?
We are worth it. We are a trusted business that has grown substantially in the 3 plus years of business. We are trusting, reliable, and educated in anything Baby, Mom and Toddler related. We work with celebrities, Professional athletes and elite clients that expect the utmost best. We are one of Denver’s top agencies. We are confidential, superb, and an experienced group of woman. Can you put a price on the care of your most precious beings?
How to Book a Top Of The Line Night Nanny or Sleep Trainer
Emotional and physical support is one of the most important things that a woman needs before, during, and after childbirth. Doula is a great option to consider. Your Doula will be by your side every step of the way, helping to provide the most satisfying birth experience possible. If you are pregnant or a new mother in Denver, CO, we invite you to contact Night Owl Nanny Care to learn more about the Doula services that are available.
Your body is going through many changes during pregnancy, and it can be helpful to have a listening ear to offer advice and support along the way. Many women choose a Doula early in their pregnancy, so that they have the same support system throughout their pregnancy.
Doulas are medically trained to offer support during and after pregnancy, and can offer the comfort and guidance that you need. Together, you will develop a birth plan and you will prepare physically and mentally for the delivery of your new baby.
Doula Care during Birth
Having a Doula by your side during the birth experience is a great way to get the assistance that you need, and your Doula can be an advocate to ensure that your birth plan is followed. Doulas are very supportive of the decisions that are made by your family, and will help by easing the tension and fear that women often feel about labor and delivery.
Your Doula will offer assistance while you are in labor, helping with relaxation exercises and labor positions. The extra support will allow your partner to be mentally and emotionally present during the birth. When the baby is born, your Doula will immediately assist with breastfeeding and the other post-birth bonding activities that you should enjoy with your child.
Doula Care after Birth
After the baby has arrived, you will need the extra support to learn how to care for your new bundle of joy. A Doula can assist with the transition from the hospital to your home, and will offer the caring support that you need.
Many mothers choose to hire a Night Owl Nanny to help with nighttime feedings and newborn care. It is a relief to have an extra set of hands around the house, so that you can recover and rest after a long pregnancy.
If you are pregnant or have a newborn, then we invite you to contact us to learn more about the services that are available. Our Denver, Colorado Doulas and nannies are available to support in any way that you need, and we will cater your service based on your preferences and desires.