The birth of a new baby is a very exciting time, but it can lead to a lot of sleepless nights for parents too. If you would like a little extra help with your imminent or new arrival, then you can hire a maternity nurse or night nanny.
Helping Hand and Discreet Support with our Maternity and Night Nurses
Their role includes those outlined below.
- Your maternity nurse can be on hand 24 hours a day for five to seven days a week as required and they usually work with a family for between one and 12 weeks after the birth of the baby.
- They can help you to get the baby settled into a sleep routine, tend to the baby during the night if you wish and bottle feed the baby if you ask them to.
- Your maternity nurse can also offer you advice, which allows you to take advantage of her knowledge and many years of experience.
- The maternity nurse can sleep in the baby’s room or in her own room and can help you to care for any older children why she is there too.
- Your maternity nurse is completely flexible and she will only do as much as you request. She is there to give you a helping hand and offer you discreet support and sensitive advice while allowing you time to relax, recover from the birth and bond with your baby.
- Her other duties can include bathing your baby, managing the nursery, washing and drying the baby’s clothes and making sure the bottle is sterilized. Your maternity nurse is on hand to help in any way she can while you adjust to your new role as a mother.