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We introduce the Finest Nannies and Maternity Nurses to families in London, throughout the UK and Worldwide 

Enjoy the first few weeks with baby with the help and support of one of our  Maternity Nurses.

A Maternity Nurse will care for your new born baby

Maternity Nurses also known as Baby Nurses, are trained and/or qualified nannies with relevant newborn experience who specialise in caring for newborn babies.

Your private nurse will offer support and assist new parents during the precious first few days, weeks or months following the birth of baby.

A Maternity Nurse will care for your new born baby

Maternity Nurses also known as Baby Nurses, are trained and/or qualified nannies with relevant newborn experience who specialise in caring for newborn babies.

Your private nurse will offer support and assist new parents during the precious first few days, weeks or months following the birth of baby.

During her stay your Maternity Nurse will:

  • Care for a postpartum mum
  • Prepare light meals, snacks and drinks for mum.
  • Ensure mum gets plenty of rest and offer advice on diet and nutrition if mum chooses to breastfeed
  • Assist in and offer advice on establishing a routine
  • Preparation and sterilising of bottles
  • Show parents how to prepare bottles and advice on temperature of feeds
  • Teach new parents how to change, bathe, and dress baby,
  • Umbilical/ Circumcision care
  • Keep nursery clean and tidy
  • Attend to all baby laundry and ironing
  • Encourage development of social and interactive activities that will stimulate baby
  • Baby related errands
  • Happy to attend Dr’s/hospital appointments with the family, if required.
  • Keep a journal for baby, to log feed times, appointments etc.

During her stay your Maternity Nurse will:

  • Care for a postpartum mum
  • Prepare light meals, snacks and drinks for mum.
  • Ensure mum gets plenty of rest and offer advice on diet and nutrition if mum chooses to breastfeed
  • Assist in and offer advice on establishing a routine
  • Preparation and sterilising of bottles
  • Show parents how to prepare bottles and advice on temperature of feeds
  • Teach new parents how to change, bathe, and dress baby,
  • Umbilical/ Circumcision care
  • Keep nursery clean and tidy
  • Attend to all baby laundry and ironing
  • Encourage development of social and interactive activities that will stimulate baby
  • Baby related errands
  • Happy to attend Dr’s/hospital appointments with the family, if required.
  • Keep a journal for baby, to log feed times, appointments etc.

Caring for a baby is a round–the–clock job

Your Maternity Nurse will get baby into a good “rhythm” and feeding schedule, and depending on the length of stay and babies age and weight, will gently guide baby to sleep through the night and independently.

A Maternity Nurse is “on call” 24 hours a day for 5 or 6 days per week.

Depending on your needs, a Maternity Nurse will work days only or cover nights only.

Most ladies get booked up months in advance, so if you decide on a Maternity Nurse you like,

SNAP HER UP!!!

Caring for a baby is a round–the–clock job

Your Maternity Nurse will get baby into a good “rhythm” and feeding schedule, and depending on the length of stay and babies age and weight, will gently guide baby to sleep through the night and independently.

A Maternity Nurse is “on call” 24 hours a day for 5 or 6 days per week.

Depending on your needs, a Maternity Nurse will work days only or cover nights only.

Most ladies get booked up months in advance, so if you decide on a Maternity Nurse you like,

SNAP HER UP!!!

A newborn needs attention throughout the night

Maternity Nurses usually share a bedroom with baby and will attend to his/her needs and feeds during the night, this is beneficial to new parents as you can enjoy a little more sleep knowing that baby is in good hands.

If mum prefer’s to feed baby during the night, your Maternity Nurse will bring baby to you and after the feed will wind, nappy change and settle baby for rest, this allows mum to rest.
A good night’s sleep will allow mum to recover after the birth and ensure parents enjoy their time during the day with baby.
Prior to joining a family, your Maternity Nurse will forward a “baby list” of items to have in for when baby arrives as some new parents find this useful.

Maternity Nurses do require a little time off during the day to rest, this would be discussed prior to engagement.

Caring for a newborn baby should not be an overwhelming experience, it should be a special and enjoyable time for everyone involved.

Our Maternity Nurses work hard to ensure every moment is one to remember.

A newborn needs attention throughout the night

Maternity Nurses usually share a bedroom with baby and will attend to his/her needs and feeds during the night, this is beneficial to new parents as you can enjoy a little more sleep knowing that baby is in good hands.

If mum prefer’s to feed baby during the night, your Maternity Nurse will bring baby to you and after the feed will wind, nappy change and settle baby for rest, this allows mum to rest.
A good night’s sleep will allow mum to recover after the birth and ensure parents enjoy their time during the day with baby.
Prior to joining a family, your Maternity Nurse will forward a “baby list” of items to have in for when baby arrives as some new parents find this useful.

Maternity Nurses do require a little time off during the day to rest, this would be discussed prior to engagement.

Caring for a newborn baby should not be an overwhelming experience, it should be a special and enjoyable time for everyone involved.

Our Maternity Nurses work hard to ensure every moment is one to remember.

 

Contact us today to discuss your childcare requirements
We look forward to being of assistance

 

 

   +44 (0)203 633 0571
   info@empirenannies.co.uk