Recovering From a C-Section

Experiencing a C-Section is a significant undertaking, as it involves major surgery, and it’s crucial for every mother to anticipate a recovery period of 4-6 weeks. Whether this is your first venture into the realm of C-Sections or you’re a seasoned veteran, being well-informed about the post-surgery expectations is essential. Typically, most C-Section procedures necessitate…

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‘Tully’ Through the Eyes of a Newborn Care Specialist

I spent a lovely afternoon at the movies in South Miami watching “Tully” with TLC Miami’s most loved and requested Newborn Care Specialist Patricia Demerite. Even though reviews have been mixed we really enjoyed the movie. Tully spoke to each of us in so many ways. As a parent of 2 and owner of TLC,…

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How to Become A Newborn Care Specialist

Have you thought about becoming a Newborn Care Specialist or a Postpartum Doula? Many nannies have decided to become more specialized in the field of newborn care. Working as a newborn specialist is a fulfilling job for those who love infants and enjoying educating and supporting new parents as they adjust to their baby. Newborn…

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TLC for Kids Newborn Care

Bringing home a new baby is a transition for everyone. While welcoming home a new baby with hugs and love is amazing, sometimes bringing home a baby can be overwhelming.  When I came home with my new babies I was overwhelmed with emotion and the needs placed on me.  I was recovering from a C-Section and sleep…

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Back to Sleep

  Although Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) cannot be prevented, there are things that parents and caregivers can to do reduce the risk of SIDS. One of the easiest ways to lower a baby’s risk of SIDS is to place him or her on their back to sleep, at nighttime and for naps. In 1992,…

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