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Where expectant parents get peace of mind with our in-home consulting, concierge services, and education.
Your newborn will soon be here…when was the last time you or your partner held a baby? Burped a full-bellied newborn? Tried to comfort a screaming baby? Things get REAL really fast when all your help leaves and you’re expected to keep your little one alive BY YOURSELF!
This 3 hour session is taught by experienced parents and nurses, designed to teach you how to meet all of your baby's needs.
Hold your baby with confidence.
Provide basic hyigene.
Feed him breastmilk and/or formula.
Burp him to lessen the spit-ups and scary situations.
Swaddle and soothe him.
Distinguish what is normal and not normal.
They say there’s no class to prepare you for becoming a father. We’d like to let you know that “they” don’t know what they’re talking about. It’s right here! The only problem is that if you attend, you might get so good at taking care of your newborn that there will be nothing left for mom to do!
(Totally kidding… there’s always more than enough poopy diapers to go around.)The hospital staff and doctors expect that you know what you are doing with this super fragile tiny human being.
The evidence shows that dads can play a huge role in preparing for baby, supporting mom through pregnancy and labor, and caring for their offspring. Just a few of the many rewards for being actively involved in this process are stronger attachment to baby, a better relationship with mom, and the chance to win man points at every turn.
Becoming a father is a huge life change, with a massive increase in responsibility, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun while learning how to get there. Come meet other soon-to-be dads in this 3-hour class and get the real scoop from someone who’s been deep in the trenches of fatherhood and lived to tell the tale.
It’s good to know what to do in an emergency, but how much better would it be to avoid that worst case scenario altogether? Dad Prep Coach Brent Simmons is a trauma nurse and American Heart Association certified CPR instructor. He brings together the science behind the best practices used in health care and the personal experiences he has in the real world of parenting.
Bumps and scrapes are a part of growing up, and it’s definitely possible to go over the top with injury paranoia. We will help you focus your attention on the serious hazards over which you have some control.
Additionally, this 2-hour session, offered in a group class or privately in the comfort of your home, gives participants hands-on practice for choking rescue and CPR, with hope that you will NEVER have to use them.
In spite of the amount of research and technology that goes into car seats, only 41% of those in use are installed and harnessed correctly. This is why we encourage all parents to dedicate some time and energy to learning the best practices for keeping their little ones safe on the road.
Our Car Seat Installation and Education is a one-on-one session tailored specifically to your vehicles, your car seats, and your life. Together we will evaluate the different options for how and where to install your car seats, and we will discuss, demonstrate, and practice proper harnessing. Our goal is not just to install a car seat for you, but to teach you how to keep your child safe. Every car seat has adjustments that must be made to keep baby positioned correctly as he/she grows, and we intend for you to feel confident making these changes. Typically takes 90 minutes.
The best time to learn the basics of breastfeeding is before you are responsible for feeding a hungry baby.
Our Board Certified Lactation Consultants will tailor the information to meet your individual needs. We will take into account your medical history and discuss any pertinent risk factors before your baby is born. This will allow you to be proactive in promoting a healthy milk supply.
With our assistance, you will also practice latching and positioning with a baby and breast model to help you understand the key points for success.
Our lactation consultants are confident in helping you succeed in your breastfeeding goals. Whether you are a first time parent, have other children or expecting multiples, we are here to support you throughout your breastfeeding journey.
Education and consultations can be done either in the the comfort of your home or at an office location in the northwest valley.
Finding out you are pregnant can be a very exciting and overwhelming time. Depending on how things go, this transition can either be highly stressful or quite peaceful. For your sanity, you need the right information, sensible expectations, and the caring support of someone who gets it.
Sit down with one of our highly skilled Labor/Delivery Nurse Consultants to discuss the most important facts about labor and birth, and develop that realistic birth plan you so deeply desire.
Tips for a healthy and safe pregnancy
Body changes you may experience
Possible complications to watch out for
True vs. false labor
When to call the doctor
Labor and delivery care and options
This private, condensed 2.5-hour session is designed to give you the knowledge you want and need in the comfort of your own home. Taught by our Labor and Delivery Nurse Consultants.
First off, you are exhausted! The birthing process is extremely taxing, both physically and mentally. Now you have an alarm clock that goes off every 45 minutes to 3 hours… zzz!
The hospital staff and doctors expect that you know what you are doing with this super fragile tiny human being.
We will restore your confidence by refreshing you on certain topics and answering any questions, kicking those new parent jitters to the curb.
If you find yourself overwhelmed with questions about what is normal for your baby, your body, or any other concerns, we are here to help. Even if you have been home from the hospital for several weeks, and can’t stop worrying about the little things, you don’t have to go through it alone.
This service can be purchased as part of a package, purchased by itself, or given as a gift.
The ultrasound confirmed that there is not only one beautiful heartbeat but two or more!
Your excitement went through the roof and quickly collided with a wave of disbelief and overwhelming emotion…a perfect storm.
Happiness, joy, surprise, shock, and…
The fear of the unknown.
Being pregnant with multiples is a whole different ball game than being pregnant with one baby. I know. I had two single pregnancies and then a twin pregnancy. You get bigger faster, clothes only fit for a week and it is super-duper hard on your body!
But overall, preparation and support are your best bets for success!
Our In-home Multiples Prep Consultation covers:
Plan to take advantage of this service by 30 weeks, to ensure that you are ready when the time comes.
As many as 20 percent of pregnant women go on bed rest at some point during their pregnancy, ranging from a few days to multiple months.
So just when your body is telling you to get very busy preparing for your baby, your doctors tell you that you can’t leave the couch.
A bed rest concierge is a support person that is skilled proficient in the logistics of preparing for a baby.
With a broad range of options available, we can help with shopping, setting up and organizing the home and nursery, cooking, cleaning, laundry, and being your personal assistant for all things baby.
It’s hard “taking one for the team”. We get it. That is why we are here to support you so when the “big day” comes, you will be ready to meet your little one with open arms.
We do the research for you and find the right people and resources to fit your needs.
Newborn Care Specialists
Obstetrician, Doula, Midwife provider Placement
Specialty Toy and Book Boutiques
Home Safety and Childproofing Services
Maternity, Newborn and Family Photographers
Nanny, Babysitting and Household Managers
Pool and Water Safety
All information provided on this website and in our classes is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical information. This website or class is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or healthcare provider if you have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment. Do not disregard the advice of your doctor or healthcare provider and do not delay seeking advice from your doctor or healthcare provider because of any information on this website or from a class.