Did you recently learn that you're pregnant? Have you had your first official trip to the doctor to confirm the news? If so, well, Hello, glowing pregnant woman! We’re so happy for you. Pregnancy is an exciting and fascinating period of life--that’s why we’ve built a practice dedicated to supporting pregnant women and new mothers.
We’re a team of nurses based in Boston, Massachusetts, led by Jamie and Emily, two Boston moms who met while working as labor and delivery nurses.
When we (Emily and Jamie) were on the labor and delivery unit and giving care to new moms in the hospital, we were inspired to create a service that helps mothers and newborns transition to the home setting. In the hospital, you have so much support, and you should have that support, during your first days, weeks, and months at home with your new baby, too.
As mothers ourselves, we feel privileged and blessed each day to share in the most memorable moments of our clients' lives.
Whether you need assistance during the day with feedings and diaper care, help with breastfeeding, advice during “SOS!” moments, or just a good night's sleep, we will be at your side to help along the way. We want you to feel comfortable and safe caring for the newest addition to your family. Thus, we invite you to periodically check back at our blog for our Pregnancy Prep Series, where we walk you through the various stages of pregnancy and dish on what's normal, veteran tips, and the fascinating science behind pregnancy.
We’re looking forward to getting to know you over the course of your pregnancy, and we invite you to get to know us!
1. Take a look around our web-site, BostonNAPS.com. We offer a variety of services for pregnant women, from prenatal classes, to infant CPR classes, to registry consulting (because what, exactly, do you need when you have a baby?).
2. Sign up for our monthly newsletter, and Follow Us on Instagram.
3. “Like” us on Facebook and ask to join our Facebook community: we share tips, stories, and frequent laughs with women from around the country who look to Boston NAPS for advice, support, and encouragement as they navigate pregnancy and life with babies and small children.