Caring for your baby at night can be one of the most challenging aspects of newborn parenting. The disruption of waking up every two to three hours to feed a hungry baby is unfamiliar territory for many new parents, making it difficult to function during the day. If you opt for a daytime confinement nanny, they will not provide support during nighttime feedings, resulting in less rest for the mother.
We strongly recommend having nighttime support, especially for first-time parents, as it offers the following benefits::
- Sufficient rest to aid in recovery and recuperation.
- More time to adjust and adapt to parenthood.
If you're weighing your options on how to manage the demands of newborn care, hiring a daytime confinement nanny might alleviate some challenges but considering nighttime support can significantly contribute to your well-being during this crucial phase.