Caring Baby Nurses is dedicated to matching families with the most qualified Baby Nurses in NJ, NY, and CT. All of our Caregivers fill out an extensive application, are then met in person and all references are carefully checked and verified.
Enjoy your child’s first few months at home with one of our experienced and loving Baby Nurses in New Jersey, New York, Or Connecticut. During the critical first few months of your baby’s life they will provide professional assistance with skill and expertise to assure a good transition for you, your family and your newborn.
Our trained Baby Nurses will be able to provide value to your home through your experience with them. They will be sensitive to the needs of your child and be responsive when your infant is uncomfortable or in need of care.
She will come to your home and provide the following services:
Night Baby Nurse
Feeding, bathing, and changing your infant
Preparation of bottles and washing/cleaning/sterilizing
Initiating a schedule for sleeping, meals, nap and play time
Advising and providing any requested consultation on infant needs
Assuring a safe environment
Cord and circumcision care
Organizing the nursery
A night nurse works a 12-hour shift in the evening hours. This allows the new parents to catch up on the much-needed rest. A night Baby Nurse will provide the same services as a 24-hour Baby Nurse.
We have highly experienced Baby Nurses in New Jersey New York City, New York, and Connecticut. Additionally our baby nurses can travel nationwide to care for your newborn.
New parents can get quite worn out taking care of baby. Sleep deprivation causes stress that impacts the new parents’ mental, spiritual, and physical health. Losing a lot of sleep makes caring for a newborn baby in a loving way more difficult. Work is more difficult, and even loving relationships get stressed almost to a breaking point when one loses a lot of sleep.
A Baby Nurse in New Jersey, New York, or Connecticut can help alleviate that stress. We can provide wonderful Night Baby Nurses in 12-hour shifts to help you get the rest you need.
Postpartum Depression presents new Moms with another type of challenge. Decreasing hormones after your baby’s birth make most new Moms tired, plus giving birth is stressful. Most new Moms have one or more symptoms of the baby blues, such as mood changes, a deep sadness, sleep disruption, changes in appetite, irritability, and difficulty concentrating. These symptoms show up soon after giving birth and may last up to a couple of weeks. They are a normal part of beign a new Mom.
Once the new Mom’s hormones readjust, most if not all of these symptoms will disappear. But, when the baby blues turns into postpartum depression, new Moms can become too tired to even take care of themselves, much less care for their newborn’s needs. The good news is that we are here to help! We can place a baby nurse on short notice and our prices are affordable to all.