Postpartum Doula Services
Most new parents will tell you that navigating through those first few days after bringing home a new baby is anything but easy! Even for the most experienced parents, bringing home a new baby means changing routines, dividing time and just trying to figure out how to juggle it all. If mom had a cesarean delivery or any other birth complications, it can make the transition to home even more challenging. The problem that many families run into is finding the help they need to support them through these first few weeks. This is where the help of a postpartum doula (sometime referred to as a baby nurse) can be just the answer that these parents are looking for. Postpartum Doula Services Atlanta Georgia - Postpartum Doula Services Athens Georgia assist families who are bringing home a new baby, whether that is through birth, adoption, or surrogacy.
24 hour care
A FAVORITE for all new Mamas; especially those who've had complications in delivery, C-Section, and those families who are just plain sleep deprived! 24 hour temporary live in care combines Daytime and Overnight Newborn Care. This option is perfect for the new Mom who needs the confidence boost that comes with having professional Mother/Baby care during those rough transitional days following childbirth.
5 hour minimum per day
Daytime postpartum care primarily focuses on Mama and Baby care. It focuses on breastfeeding support, assistance and education in newborn care like diapering, bathing, feeding and comforting. I will help you to read your baby's cues (hunger, diaper, discomfort, etc) and teach you soothing techniques like swaddling, shushing, and basic TLC! Daytime Postpartum care also includes light meal prep and light housekeeping.
8 hour minimum per night
Overnight Postpartum care focuses primarily on newborn care to allow the new parents to rest, refresh, and renew. Overnight care includes breastfeeding assistance, or bottle feeding, diapering baby as well as gentle baby soothing to help establish night sleeping if baby's days and nights are confused.