Overwhelmed by all the information and advice available about newborns? By combining different parenting philosophies and calming methods, our targeted lessons prepare you to handle parenthood like a pro.



combined Sleep Scheduling & Newborn Infant Care

Schedule this private prenatal lesson to take place between weeks 34-38 your pregnancy.

Our flagship offering! This signature lesson is what has made our mark on the hearts of Atlanta postpartum families. A combination of newborn infant care instruction and the below Sleep Scheduling lesson, The Essential Lesson tells you everything you need to know about taking care of and keeping a newborn baby calm and content. 

Designed for parents who need detailed information on newborn infant care. Schedule this Essential Lesson during your third trimester.

  • Infant Care, Colic, Sleep Hygiene, Feeding and Babywearing Safety

  • Postpartum Care and new Parent issues

  • Must have Nursery and clothing Items

  • Nursery and Sleep Station(s) Set-up and Safety

  • Diaper Station(s) Set-up

  • The Skinny on Crib Sleeping or Co-sleeping: Which is best for your family?

  • Cloth Diapering Education

  • SIDS Prevention



This lesson shows you how and when to implement a sleep schedule so you can avoid issues as your baby grows. Our techniques are useful for newborns up to 12 weeks so if you have run into sleep issues after your baby is born, we will help your family get back into a healthy routine.

1. The Best Sleep Advice You’ve Never Heard!

How and when to start a routine, feeding tips to get you through the night, correcting day and night confusion, sleep/relaxation association

2. Nursery Ideas for the Ultimate Sleep Atmosphere

Working with your baby's circadian rhythm, must-haves for beneficial naps, sleep safety, and why night lights are a “no-no"



postpartum support hours

The perfect addition to the Essential Lesson! After your baby's birthday, get hands-on postpartum support from one of our team members as a recap for everything you learned in your lesson. You'll be able to ask all the “real life” questions the moment they pop into your head as well as get the coveted nap or shower while a specialist takes care of your baby.

New Parent & Baby support is available both day and night.

Services include:

  • Breastfeeding support
  • Bottle feeding and sterilization of baby items
  • Diapering, bathing, umbilical cord and circumcision care
  • Guidance of sleep hygiene and soothing techniques
  • Light housekeeping and simple meal prep
  • Helping you to get hours of rest!



Sibling Doula Service
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Rely on us for your peace of mind. During labor, our Sibling Doula Service provides on-call babysitting for your older child(ren). 

The needs of every family are different and we are happy to help however we can! We will meet prenatally to obtain info on your child's health issues, medications, and emergency contact person - other than a parent.

  • On-call availability to provide childcare for your upcoming labor

  • 60 minute prenatal consultation around week 36 of your pregnancy

  • Pick up or drop off at daycare, carpool, Hospital, etc.

A non-refundable deposit of $300 is required to reserve on-call service. This pre-paid amount is for the first 3 hours of in-person service. Any additional hours needed for continued service are billed at $35 per hour.




For people living outside our service area of metro Atlanta, Columbus, Macon

Remote Sleep Plan
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If you're experiencing issues with your baby's sleep pattern and aren't local to Atlanta to engage us for an in-person Sleep Scheduling Lesson, this Remote Sleep consultation is the solution to your sleepless nights. Don't waste your time researching and reading material on your own! Speak with our expert sleep consultants to devise a personalized plan for your baby, tailored to the needs of your family. Good for babies 0-12 months.

Our Remote Sleep Plan includes:

  • 1 hour phone consult to cover sleep history, daily routine and nighttime wakings
  • Emailed sleep plan including a daily schedule and any specific recommendations for your family
  • Thirty minute follow-up phone call
  • 2 follow up emails to provide further guidance and answers to any additional questions