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Newborns and Measles

Newborns and Measles Massachusetts: 2nd measles case reported in Lowell https://www.vox.com/2019/1/27/18199514/measles-outbreak-2018-clark-county-washington Measles is wildly contagious and during an outbreak, it can spread, especially to older infants who aren’t vaccinated yet. … Over 95% of babies who get the shot at 12 months of age are protected against measles and over 99% are protected for a […]

Baby is coming

Baby is coming!!! Best news I heard all day, they are waiting for us in the delivery room. This was it, weeks leading up to this point I have been flooded with emotions, nervousness and anticipation of how he would make his grand entrance. My perfect delivery plan was not going to happen. Thought okay, […]

As my journey into motherhood continues

As my journey into motherhood continues to evolve with twists, turns and discoveries; so does my path into rediscovering myself. We struggled for years to try to have another child.  Who would have thought that years of IVF with constant monthly let downs, hundreds of visits to the doctors, lots of daily injections, hope and faith lost, that […]

Newborn Training Certification

Newborn Training and Certification. Boston Newborn Courses for Care Providers this course is taught through Boston Newborn Care/Newborn Training and Certification Association LLC., and is taught during the day. A Newborn Care Specialist (Night Nanny, Baby Nurse, Maternity Nurse) is someone who specializes in newborn care. Newborn Care Specialists assist parents in the home the first few weeks or months of a baby’s life. Predominantly an overnight position, Boston Newborn Care offers training and support for the daytime as well.