Overnight Infant Care

Image
The fact that new mothers are often sleep deprived is an understatement. For new moms, sleep is interrupted by nighttime feeding, care, and repeated awakenings of the newborn infant. As women adapt to the new demands of motherhood, lack of sleep and fatigue are commonly expressed concerns. These challenges coupled with the hormonal changes that take place after childbirth can increase the risk of postpartum depression.

Whether you are breastfeeding or bottle feeding, Beyond 9 can help you get more sleep. If bottle feeding, the nurse will feed, diaper, and soothe your baby/babies back to sleep to allow for a full nights rest. If breastfeeding, she will bring baby/babies to you throughout the night and provide breastfeeding support as needed while you nurse your baby. After nursing, your baby/babies will once again be settled back to bed to allow maximum amount of rest for mom.

Overnight infant care is tailored to meet your family’s unique need. Whether you are a first time mom, a single mom, a mom with lots of family and friends who are willing to lend a hand or one who may not have much support or loved ones live far away; we are here for you. There is no right or wrong time for overnight care.

Overnight infant care starts at 9pm- 5am or 10pm-6am, with 8hr minimum. You can hire a nurse for one or more nights or for several weeks or months depending on your needs. Overnight infant care can be scheduled 2-3 months in advance. Baby is already here? No need to worry. Please contact us for last minute availability. We will do our best to accommodate you.
Tags
Hours:
Newborn Home Visiting
9am-3pm

Overnight Infant Care
9pm-5am or 10pm-6am
Providing high-quality postpartum care and support in the comfort of your own home.
Image