Postpartum Doula

The beginning days and months after baby arrives can be extremely challenging. You're likely to be tired, emotional, anxious, and excited all at the same time. The Postpartum Doula Service can help you settle into the world of parenting. The Postpartum Doula is there to take care of anything you need help with. (Within reason of course)Your postpartum doula is there as a supporting role in your family, offering parenting knowledge and support in all aspects of postpartum care and recovery. Your doula can offer support and advice with breastfeeding, babies sleep, and much much more. Your doula can also help with organzining, doing laundry, vacuuming, preparing family meals, washing and preparing bottles, running errands, or caring for your newborn while you get some rest, take that much needed shower, or just get out of the house for a little while. New Parent Harmony can be available 7 days a week or just a few hours a week depending on your own wants and needs. Not sure how much help you need or what you'd like help with? No problem, give Gemma a call and she can talk through some options that will suit your needs and budget.

The Newborn Nanny

You've made it through the early months of parenting and are heading back to work. You may not be quite ready to let your little one enter into a daycare, nanny share, or have a regular nanny in your home. For a short time you'd like to have your little one stay home with an experienced professional; someone who will care for your baby, provide stimulating and educational activities for baby, provide parents with regular updates and photo's via text message and will also provide parents with a daily report card filled with the highlights from the day. Your Newborn Nanny will also be updating any baby app's you may be using to record babies sleep, diapers changes, and feeds. Whether you're heading back to work full time or part time, the Newborn Nanny service can help calm the anxieties that come when leaving your child for the first time.


Mothers Helper

You made it through the postpartum period, but you're still in need of some help. You're a stay at home parent who needs someone to take care of the laundry, or cook dinner, clean the bathrooms, along with the many other things you need doing around the house. Or maybe you just want to get out of the house for a few hours so you can have some time to yourself. The mothers helper service is for you. Go and take that yoga class you've been wanting to get to, and rest assured your little one and any other siblings will be cared for and the chores needing to be done will get done.

Play and Learn Sessions

One of the greatest aspects of being a parent is being able to play with your baby. At a young age babies are able to take in their surroundings and develop physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially. Play and learn visits are specifically designed for your babies age and abilities. Through planned activities, you will begin to understand how your baby develops and learns, what you can do to encourage this development, and how you can get the most out of your play activities. At the end of each visit you'll be left with a written breakdown of what you did during the visit and how these learning outcomes can be applied to other activities in your day to day life.