Feeling your best and giving your best when you’re exhausted is hard. But, finding the sleeping solution or trying to dream of it is as easy as finding a Bay Area Night Nanny! Picking the right person to care for your little one in the night hours is vital for your peace of mind and for your little one to feel at ease. So, I’ve rounded up three exceptional, qualified, promising night nannies to help take some stress off where to start looking.
Lacy Canton is ready to help you create the sleeping solution you’re looking for. She is a mom and social worker providing mental services and local schools daily and a nanny at night. In addition, Lacy provides overnight infant care for better parent sleep. She has 15 years of experience, is a non-smoker, has been CPR and first aid certified for 20 years, and has over 50 references throughout the Bay Area. In her care, little ones receive feedings, diaper changes, and sleep soothing while you get adequate rest. Lacy also can help with sleep training for children over 4 months. Her scheduling is flexible from one night to 5 months! She is available Sunday-Thursday from 10 pm-6 am at a rate of $250 per night ($275 per night for twins). Visit her website to inquire about availability.
Hana, a mother of 4 and 17+ years of experience, is extensively experienced and very proficient in all areas of newborn care for parental education and provides lots of encouraging support. Being an expert in the care of multiples, lactation consulting, and sleep schedules allow her to provide postpartum doula care. She can also offer night nurse services or an extra set of support and helpful hands while you rest. Bottle-fed or breastfed, Hana will work towards a good and consistent schedule for mom and baby where it’s five days or ten months. Check her website for more information and to inquire about schedule availability and pricing.
Robyn Papanek is an elite newborn care specialist. While she has cared for children of all ages, she is genuinely passionate about newborn care. She’s completed basic and advanced training to become an infant specialist and advanced training for preemie and multiple care sleep training. Robyn is also a certified Happiest Baby on the Block workshop instructor. Robyn typically works with families 5-3 nights a week for 12-16 weeks. Breastfeeding or bottle-fed, she will help guide your little one to a better sleeping schedule. She will have them sleep through the night when they are developmentally ready, so you and your newborn can get adequate sleep. Visit her website for more information on availability and pricing.
Parenthood has its challenging moments. Add in exhaustion, and it can be even more complicated. Find the perfect Bay Area Night Nanny here so you can have the rest to give your little one your best.
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