photo by: Kailee Riches Photography
**WE BOOK OUR SERVICES AT LEAST TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE. ANYONE NEEDING IMMEDIATE CARE WITHIN TWO WEEKS WILL BE SUBJECT TO AN UPCHARGE. THANK YOU!**
Client scheduling widely varies between families, and we provide a range of care (anything from 3 shifts up to several weeks or months of care), based on your specific needs. On average, most families book 3 nights a week for 6 weeks of care.
All services rendered in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Green Hills, Belle Meade, Murfreesboro, Spring Hill, Mt. Juliet, East Nashville, 12 South, Sylvan Park, Germantown, Leiper’s Fork, and surrounding areas. We also now serve the families of Jackson, TN, and will be serving Birmingham, AL early 2019.
- In-Home IBCLC-RN Lactation Consultation
- Over the Phone IBCLC-RN Lactation Consultation
- Baby Care 101: a 2 hour in-home information session with instruction on how to care for a newborn. (Can be done before or after you deliver).
- In-Home Daytime Mother and Newborn Care (6 hour minimum)
- In-Home Overnight (Night Nurse) Mother and Newborn Care (8 hour minimum)
In-Home Mother and Newborn Care include:
-Help with bathing, swaddling, diaper changes, cord care, circumcision care, soothing and calming techniques for a crying baby.
-Help with feedings (breast or bottle)
-Monitoring feedings and dirty diapers to make sure baby is “getting enough”
-When to notify an MD
Breastfeeding & Breast Pumping Support:
-Help with breastfeeding including latching, sore nipples, instructions on nipple shield use, positioning techniques, milk supply, and instruction on how often and how much to feed.
-Instructions on how to use breast pump, pump assembly, cleaning pump parts, and making sure breast pump is being used properly.
-Breast pump rental information and referral.
-Lactation consultant referrals if more significant issues arise.
Bottle & Formula Instruction:
-Help with formula preparation.
-Instructions on bottle feeding (amount and frequency).
-When to know if your brand of formula is not working for your baby and when to change.
New Mother Postpartum Care:
-Care for vaginal deliveries: techniques and support on healing the perineal area after delivery.
-Care for cesarean deliveries: incisional care, physical support on how to bend, lift, and move after surgery, pain control, assessing for signs of infection and when to call your doctor.
-Breast care: how to heal and care for sore nipples.
-Support and advice on how to heal and care for yourself after delivery!
-Assessment, support, and referral for Postpartum Mood Disorders, if needed.
-A kind and listening ear, and constant support person during your postpartum period.
-Nonjudgemental, calming, professional support.
-Providing times of respite for you, when needed, so you can nap, be alone, and recharge, while we watch the baby.
-Errand running (grocery run, picking up RX, post office, dry cleaners)
-Meal prep, nutritious snack preparation, Meal Train coordination.
-Light housework: tidying, mom/baby laundry, dishes, vacuuming.
-Breastfeeding station organization
-Provide referrals in and around the Nashville area for resources such as massage therapy, chiropractic care, housecleaning, petsitting/dogwalking, Postpartum Depression Support group, breastfeeding support groups, new moms support groups, yoga, baby wearing, photography and videography.
-Facilitate bonding and education for Father or Partner, and Grandparents.
Contact to book services: email@example.com
**The Newborn Nurse does not discriminate, and we pride ourselves on caring for, supporting, and loving all types of new families!**
photos by: Kailee Riches Photography