Night Baby Care
Postpartum Doula Support
A postpartum doula is a woman trained to care for the new families in the first weeks after birth providing household help, advice with newborn care and infant feeding. She is a good source for emotional support.
Most new families should welcome the help that their family/friends can provide. However many family members are not up to date on the latest research and may give outdated advice. Sometimes conflicting advice from well-meaning family members can often leave new parents confused and not sure of the decisions they now have to make. Postpartum Doulas are trained in the latest research and can provide the resources needed for families to find the answer to questions, and answers that will best support their family?s needs. Postpartum doulas are also trained in basic breastfeeding support and can prevent problems before they arise.
You can engage a postpartum doula service for night baby care.
What does a postpartum doula do for night baby care?
This is mainly based on your requirement and instruction and it can range from breastfeeding support to fully taking over baby care at night so that the mum can rest.