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About Our Newborn Specialists (Baby Nurses)

Our nannies and baby nurses are More Than A Nanny because they become part of the family and an asset to a growing family.  The benefit of having experienced and supportive help when you bring a new baby home, can truly be invaluable to your baby and family overall.  

Newborn Specialist (Baby Nurse) Qualifications

We have developed life-long relationships with some of New York, New Jersey and the Nation's finest newborn care specialists and night nannies. Here are some of the minimum requirements that each of our caregivers meet with few exceptions.


  • Excellent References Personally Checked by Our Specialists

  • Professional and Verifiable Child Care Experience 

  • Newborn/Child Care Education and Training Including CPR

  • Pass Comprehensive Background Checks and Screening Process

  • Genuine Interest in Child Care and Development 

  • Supportive and Patient Personality Types

  • Legally Authorized to Work in the US

  • Tdap and Covid vaccinated 

  • English-speaking

  • Non-smokers

Newborn Nanny Job Description and Services

Our nannies, baby nurses and newborn care specialists offer a variety of baby related tasks and ultimately offer a high level of nurturing care to infants and families.

  • Create a safe and nurturing environment for babies

  • Attend to baby throughout the night

  • Feed and prepare baby bottles

  • Care for singles, twins and triplets

  • Develop and follow appropriate schedule and routine

  • Place baby down for naps and bed as needed

  • Bathe baby and dress as needed

  • Change diapers and monitor frequency

  • Help with colic, acid reflux, fussy baby and more

  • Support new parents with doctor visits and outings

  • Baby laundry and organizing as it relates to the baby

  • Support new parents with information and supportive guidance

  • Support breastfeeding moms by bringing baby and helping with latch

  • Engage baby in age appropriate activity during the day

  • Keep track of baby's schedule and intake

  • Communicate effectively with Parents

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