Baby Nurse / Newborn Care Specialist / Nanny Services in the United States

Olive the Newborn Care Specialist

Many first time parents have little experience with what goes into taking care of a newborn baby. Avoid feeling lost and alone by hiring a professional Newborn Care Specialist, or baby nurse. A Newborn Care Specialist is an expert in newborn care. We draw on a wealth of experience to help educate parents in the first few weeks of their newborn baby’s life. We provide nurturing and attentive care for your baby – from feedings to bathing and clothing the baby, to sleep training and establishing a feeding schedule and a comfortable routine – while educating you in your new role as a parent and addressing any and all concerns regarding the care of your newborn.

A professional baby nurse assists you in the first few weeks or months with your newborn as you adjust to your new role as a parent. Having a baby nurse will allow you to not only take extra time to rest and recover from your pregnancy as you prepare for your new role as a parent, but serves as a parental resource for all of your questions while providing experienced and attentive care to your newborn baby. A professional Newborn Care Specialist provides the postpartum support you need and maintains care for your baby, including round-the-clock care, day care, or night time care.

Our experienced baby nurses also help parents with multiple children, as a nanny for older children in your family or giving newborn care support to families with multiple babies, such as twins or triplets. Having a professional in these situations can help reduce stress and assist your family into settling into a comfortable routine.

Our highly trained, CPR certified and professional baby nurses are willing to travel nationally to any location, including New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and all the way to California. We have reasonable rates and can provide you with high quality newborn care wherever you reside.

Disclaimer: A baby nurse is not a licensed nurse, Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). In some states, the usage of the term “nurse” may only be applied to licensed nurses, RNs or LPNs. In these states, a “baby nurse” is known as a “newborn care specialist”.