About Night Night Nurse

Night Night Nurse was created to provide parents with the peace of mind they need to get much needed rest. At Night Night Nurse, Registered Nurses with years of experience both caring for newborns in the home and the hospital come to your home and take care of your little one while you sleep. We can come as often or as little as you need. You can wake up refreshed and energized ready to enjoy every waking moment with your new bundle. Each of our nurses has an active nursing license, which mandates the same requirements that a hospital would.

We are here because we know PEACE of mind is above all else.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I hire an RN over someone else?
The short answer; peace of mind. Registered nurses are college educated persons that had to pass a state licensure exam, and have a clean background check. They are CPR and First aid certified. In addition to requirements to be a Registered Nurse, those who work in "Mother Baby" units are required to have a whole subset of certifications. Your Labor and Delivery, Post-partum, and Nursey nurses are the people who will watch over your newborn while you relax and recharge.
What hours do night nurses work?
The hours can vary, but generally, nurses come from 10-6.
Where should I keep my baby when the nurse is here?
Your baby can stay anywhere you would like. You can have your baby stay in the nursery, in the living room, or in a spare room. Your nurse will stay with your baby.
What should I do to prepare for the arrival of my baby nurse?
Have supplies accessible to the nurse (Diapers, wipes, Diaper Cream, spare bibs, burp cloths, onesies, blankets, clothing, bottles and their parts, formula, filtered water etc.) When your nurse arrives, she will make bottles if your baby is formula feeding, heat bottles if you are using stored breastmilk or bring the baby to the breast when ready to feed.
What is the benefit of a baby nurse if I am exclusively breastfeeding?
The nurse will do everything besides feed the baby so you can get right back to sleep. You will not have to change, burp or help your baby back to sleep. You can stay right in bed and your nurse will give you however much time you need, and then take your baby and take care of the rest!

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