FAQ

What Is The Difference Between a Baby Nurse and a Nanny?

A baby nurse is a trained non-medical professional who comes to a new parents home to temporary help them caring for their newborn(s), providing education, lactation support, and other associated duties. While, nanny services are more long-term in nature and come with varied responsibilities associated with the care of your child or children.

Is There a Minimum or a Maximum requirement for booking a Baby Nurse?

No. Our first priority is the need of our clients. We can usually make arrangement up to six months and longer, if client requires extended service.

How Early Do I Need To Book a Baby Nurse?

We recommend as least two months in advance, however, you can book as early as you see fit.

There are times when our clients need immediate help, which we do our best to accommodate

as quickly as possible.

Do I Need to Provide Food For the Baby Nurse?

Yes. Meals are required for live-in baby nurse providing 24hr care.

Do We Need to Provide a Separate Room for the Baby Nurse?

No. Our baby nurses prefer to stay in the same room with the baby to keep a watchful eye on him. However, they are very flexible and adaptable with whatever works best for the family home layout.

How Much Does It Cost To Book A Baby Nurse?

We have an affordable flat rate. We meet or beat the competition.

What Is The Next Step To Get Started?

Give us a call and we make arrangements for you to meet your baby nurse or nanny. It’s that easy!