It takes a village when it comes to postnatal care, mama! From how to bathe and swaddle your baby to your own well-being, Tiny Joy’s team of experienced nurses can help you through the newborn journey from the comfort of home.
Every mama can attest that bringing a newborn home is an emotional experience, going from pure joy to “OMG what have I gotten myself into?!” in a minute. Which reminds us, what is that piece of advice we get from mama friends who’ve been there? “Take all the help you can get!” Well, that couldn’t be easier with Tiny Joy now on the Singapore scene! Bucking the confinement nanny tradition, Tiny Joy brings customised postnatal care to you when and where you want it!
Tiny Joy is the new trend in postnatal care, where mamas can get flexible, affordable and professional postnatal care from Singapore Nursing Board-certified healthcare professionals all trained by Lilian Pong, Senior Parentcraft lactation consultant and registered midwife.
“Every session is unique and a personalised experience that we tailor to meet the needs of the baby and family. As a nurse, it is essential for me to actively listen, ask questions and observe using my senses to assess the needs of the parent and infant before advising the best recommendations.” – Nurse Lili
Instead of going to a clinic or support centre, a trained nurse will come to your home to help you and your little tyke firsthand, saving you time and anxiety whilst maintaining the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness. You’ll have personalised access to their years of experience in breastfeeding issues, baby massage, bathing, carrrying, cord care, burping and swaddling.
Tiny Joy understands time with your bub is precious, which is why no second of their 1 hour and 15 minute sessions is wasted! Check out their short and sweet answers to some of the most common questions they’re asked:
- What can I use to clean the baby’s face during bath time? You only need to use sterile cotton.
- Is it better to burp baby when being carried or on the lap? On the lap.
- Does an infant need to drink water? No, breast milk is sufficient to fill their little tummies!
Take it from a fellow mama:
“The session was informative, even for a second-time parent like myself. I enjoyed the hands-on baby massage experience because the nurse taught me how much pressure I should apply when we did the tummy massage. The massage was very effective in helping my baby quickly release wind from her tummy!”
These friendly nurses also know how to help you take care of YOU! Your health – physical and mental – is a crucial part of bringing home baby, and Tiny Joy will be there to help guide you through an understandably overwhelming time in your life. After all, the 3 E’s underpin all that they do: empowering, encouraging and educating mamas!
Brought to you in partnership with Tiny Joy
Lead image and Image #2 provided by Tiny Joy. Image #2 and #3 graciously provided by Littleones Photography.