Why Hire a Baby Nurse Connecticut?
It goes without saying that the predominant role of a Baby Nurse is to provide optimum care for the newborn during the post-delivery recovery period. As soon as the newborn arrives at your home, the Baby Nurse takes over and cares for the newborn most of the time, allowing Mom to get her proper rest and to get her strength back.
Are Baby Nurses Medical Nurses?
The answer is NO. Baby Nurses are not medical nurses; our Baby Nurse CT are women who have been trained to care for the newborn baby.
Having a Baby Nurse in America is no longer simply a luxury; in many cases it has become a necessity. Extended families are scattered and busy. A Baby Nurse can ensure that new parents get proper rest in order to bond with their new baby and to return to their daily routine. Our Baby Nurses will provide top-quality care for you and your baby during his/her first few weeks or months of life and enable you to rest after delivery.
Depending on the length of stay of your Baby Nurses, she can work towards training your newborn to sleep through the night.
We encourage all Parents and Baby Nurses to stay in touch with the agency during this time. Hometown Nannies will also be in close contact with the Parents and Baby Nurse
to ensure that all is running smoothly and that everyone is happy.
Some parents opt for their Baby Nurse to meet them at the hospital to help take the newborn home. More often, parents prefer to have their Baby Nurse meet them at their home. Some clients choose to have their Baby Nurse come to their home one to two days before mother and baby arrive in order to get the nursery/home stocked with the appropriate supplies. Once the baby arrives, your Baby Nurse will work with you to establish your expectations and routine.
Hiring a Baby Nurse means more rest for the new mother, quicker recovery time and some quiet time to spend alone with Dad.