Overnight care for your newborn is from 9 pm to 6 am. I'll care for your baby all night long, bringing baby to you for breastfeeding or will lovingly bottle feed. Folding laundry and light kitchen tasks included.
Together we work out a schedule that's best for your family and your budget.
My service is available from one to three times weekly, from two weeks to three months.
One on one support and education prior to birth and after!
We'll get together prior to delivery to discuss how your amazing body can nourish your baby. Get the scoop on how to plan for the first 14 days of breastfeeding: learning baby's hunger cues and how to have a 2 week long "snow day" while bonding with your baby. After birth I'll come to the hospital or your home to follow up on technique and discuss questions/concerns. Includes three month of email/text support.
I'll come to the hospital or your home to help with any breastfeeding support you need!
Get the Gift of Sleep (you've earned it!)
Why not express your desire for overnight care to friends and family?
I'll set up an account in your name, keeping track of contributions, and together we'll plan for your blissful nights of rejuvenating sleep.
This is especially helpful for a second baby, since you've probably got all the gear already...
What a thoughtful gift!
Gift Certificates are available in any amount.
These fun & interactive sessions lay out the groundwork for "preparing for your baby", helping you plan ahead as a team for your baby's birth & giving you the knowledge & resources to flourish in your first weeks as a family. You'll know how to plan for the chaos & manage the unknowns. You'll learn how to work with your partner, even if you have different backgrounds or beliefs, in ways that will make you stronger than ever. Get ready to make the family you're dreaming of a reality.
We'll agree on mutual times and location to cover approximately 6 hours of information and exercises. You also get of copy of Elly Taylor's award winning book, "Becoming Us: 8 Steps to Grow a Family That Thrives".'
If you put together a group of expecting couples, you can have a lot of fun, interaction and the result is a support group!