I like to come to your home to meet you in person; this could be while you are pregnant – if you like. Alternatively, give me a call, send me an e-mail or contact me via Whatsapp if your maternity assistant has left and you find yourself feeling desperate; I’ll get in touch with you without delay.
In other words: it’s entirely up to you how and when you contact me – whenever the time is right for you!
I am available in time slots of 2, 4 or six hours a day.
I am a mother and an experienced educationalist,
so I can support you in a wide range of areas.
There’s nothing that I enjoy doing more.
With me to help you, you won’t need to worry about a thing; sit back and relax while I take care of you and your baby.
Feel free to share any insecurities you might have with me too; they’re probably not as bad as you think. I’ll be there to help you get your head around issues, pick yourself up and feel re-energised.
Your baby might be crying a lot (for one person this is one hour, for another, it’s a day); I can help you figure out why this is. Sometimes it will be something small, sometimes we’ll need to dig a bit deeper. Whatever the case, we’ll work together to find the solution.
If you’re not finding breastfeeding as easy as you had thought or read, you might be disappointed or feel that you’ve failed.
Don’t worry; I can help with this too and we’ll probably sort it out together. If we don’t: not a problem; I can recommend the perfect professional for you from my network of contacts.
Imagine: you’re tired out from sleepless nights and your hormones are still raging. Your body needs to recover and a new baby is taking its toll on you.
You want to shower or go out, with or without your baby, but organising both of these simple things is an uphill struggle for you at the moment.
In situations like this, I might “insist” on you taking some time out, some time just for you. This is because it’s just as important for you to look after yourself as to take care of your baby.
I’m also on hand to help new parents cope with multiple births, premature births, complicated births or a baby with health issues.
There are so many reasons to call on some extra help AFTER your maternity assistant has left.
To sum up: if you’re finding it difficult to cope at what ought to be the most special time of your life, I can give you the support you need and help you improve your confidence.