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Join us for an exciting session intended for parents who want to learn developmentally stimulating play techniques to use during playtime with their infants. This session is intended for infants ages approximately 6 weeks to 6 months (or rolling over). All babies are welcome as are their parents or carers. This session may be especially informative for parents of infants identified with a developmental disability (such as Downs Syndrome), or who have a general motor delay(ex: premature babies, babies with low tone). Parents & carers will participate in an interactive class led by Dima OT Reg. (ONT) who is one of our Paediatric Occupational Therapist here at The New Mummy Company. You will learn how… Read More
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Current Job vacancies!

Posted by | Jan 11 | 2018
We have a 6 month Vancouver Job that we are currently recruiting for Job Code: HN Location: Surrey – Barnston Dr E & 179 St Start date: Mid-March (when baby is born) EDD or age of baby: Due March 12 2018 Duration: 6 months Number of nights: 3 nights per week Nights Requested: flexible Hours: 8 (10pm – 6am) Method of feeding: breastfeeding & bottle Singleton or twins: single Job description & requirements: Family is looking for someone who can help with sleep scheduling as her first two children did not sleep well. Looking for someone competent that loves babies. Mom has significant food allergies. Family has one dog. Driveway parking available. We also have… Read More
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This very question has been posed to me many times since my journey as a lactation consultant began. There are many reasons why a mother might need a lactation consultant. A lactation consultant can help problem solve breastfeeding challenges such as; low milk supply, nipple/ breast pain, poor latch, a non latching baby, premature baby’s feeding difficulties, breastfeeding multiples, poor weight gain, colic, as well as induced lactation for adoption. A lactation consultant works closely with the mother and family to identify the problem, and develop a plan that suits the needs and goals of the breastfeeding relationship.  According to Statistics Canada, in 2011- 2012, the majority of women (89%) initiated breastfeeding shortly after birth;… Read More
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I thought I knew it all. I’d be the perfect mom, the ideal wife. I’d have an amazing career.   Before having children of my own, I hadn’t felt the frustration of sleepless nights, agonizing over why my daughter didn’t nap. I hadn’t experienced the pressure to ensure my child hit the “appropriate” milestones. I could sympathize with new moms, but couldn’t empathize until I became a mother.   Then, Sophia was born.   From the moment, I placed my newborn daughter on my chest, her skin touching mine, I knew things would be different. We imprinted on each other. I promised to be the best mom I could be.   As a child and… Read More
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