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Day Time Support
The first three months with your little one can be a little overwhelming and having a someone by your side to lean on, ask questions and troubleshoot with is invaluable. From newborn care to errand running, and eventually, time away by yourself, your Postpartum Doula or Newborn Care Specialist will be there, every step of the way.
Are you looking for Night Nannies, Postpartum Doulas or Newborn Care Specialists who work overnight? Sometimes you just need to get some sleep, and that’s what we are here to help with!
Custom Newborn Support
Day or night, we’ve got you covered. Our professional Postpartum Doulas, Newborn Care Specialists and Night Nannies are here to help. Let’s chat about what makes your family unique and how we can best support you, day or night.
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The Colorado Newborn Difference
We are honored that you have chosen Colorado Newborn to join you on this beautiful adventure. All of our Doulas and Newborn Care Specialists are committed to excellence in providing you with the support you need. Being your guide as your grow your family is our passion and our expertise. Colorado Newborn is dedicated to connecting families with the best Newborn Care Specialists, Postpartum Doulas, and Night Nannies, and in the state of Colorado. At Colorado Newborn we believe that ALL families should be nurtured and treated with respect. Our doulas are specially trained to attune to the needs of your family and provide professional, nonjudgmental care during your entire birthing year.
The journey of pregnancy, labor, and birth resembles nothing so much as a marathon. And just like after running a marathon, you want to have some tools and comforts available to help you relax, recover, and heal your tired and shaky body. One of those tools which is quickly gaining popularity among Colorado moms is
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What’s the difference between a Baby Nurse, a Postpartum Doula, and a Newborn Care Specialist? The term baby nurse has become a general term used in the U.S. to describe a person who cares for your baby at night. This term gives the impression of a trained medical nurse, in your home to care for
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Being a postpartum doula and a mother, every single day I read a post or an article online somewhere about sleep training babies, and there are ALWAYS very big emotions and opinions around it. Parents post in local groups asking Why won’t my baby sleep? What do I do if my baby has their days
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My Doula Helped Me Feel at Peace About Tough Decisions “During my birth, nothing went as planned. My baby girl’s heart rate kept dropping, and my doctor and nurses kept introducing more and more interventions into my labor. My doula made sure I knew what each intervention entailed so that I felt empowered as I
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If you’ve taken a childbirth class, read books, or watched videos about pregnancy and labor, you’re probably pretty familiar with most of the testing and procedures which you can expect to experience throughout the process of having a baby. But what should you expect for your baby, once they arrive? Here is some information regarding
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You’re expecting a bundle of joy and doing all of your research… Safest prenatal vitamins, where to buy maternity clothes in Denver, and of course, the best doulas in Denver…but how do you find the best OB-GYN in Colorado? When it comes to the safety of you and your baby during pregnancy and delivery, nothing
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It’s 2019, and that means everything and everyone is on the ‘gram – including real-life pregnancy and birth. Some people are a little more private about their experience, and that’s okay. But if you’re like a lot of modern parents, you are planning to document your journey from bump to baby on Facebook, Instagram, or
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