What is a Night Nanny?
Night Nannies and newborn care specialists are educated and thorough, yet compassionate, loving and attentive caregivers. All of our night nannies are well versed in newborn care, early childhood education, and are CPR certified. Our team of postpartum providers must have a minimum of 5 years newborn care experience and have a certification in their field to ensure we have an expert in your home. We also require continuing education to keep our care cohesive and as up to date as possible.
Night Nannies care for your child and also provide parents with knowledge on the rapid developmental changes within the first year of baby’s life. Because we follow research-based methodology we can educate parents on realistic milestones for their infant. Our providers work hard to go above and beyond the parents expectations rather than just doing what is asked. Another goal of ours it to transfer as much knowledge as possible from the baby expert to the parents.
What is the Difference Between a Night Nanny and a Newborn Care Specialist?
A night nanny has many years of experience within the postpartum period. Whereas, a newborn care specialist has gone through a certification process. Whether you choose a night nanny, postpartum doula, or newborn care specialist, you can rest assured that they will be highly educated and informed. We offer continued education for all of our team members to ensure they are as up to date as possible in all things baby.
- Guiding baby into a positive sleep and feeding routines
- Teaching older babies (over 4-6 months) to sleep through the night
- Lactation support
- Night feeds
- Diaper changes
- Soothing baby
- Preparing and sterilizing bottles
- Dressing and preparing the baby in the morning
- Baby cleaning
- Baby related laundry and dishes
Why Hire a Night Nanny?
Are you a business professional that has decided to grow or start a family? Do you have a high demanding job that requires you to be on your game at all times? If so, sleep isn’t just a suggestion it’s a necessity. Our night nannies can be the tool you need to return back to work with ease rather than with dread. You can hire a night nanny for the full work week, Sunday night through Thursday night, or just a couple nights to help get you through!
Scheduling Night Nannies:
We offer flexible scheduling when it comes to in-home support with any of our providers. Maternal Instincts does weekly schedules rather than months in advance. We do this because we know what works one week may not work the next week. Typical Night Nanny hours are 9pm-7am, but we are able to accommodate any shift request between the hours of 7pm and 7am.
How to Book a Night Nanny:
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