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Los Angeles Baby Nurse & Infant Specialist Kathleen Sullivan CD, CPDT

Newborn Baby Los Angeles

With years of experience under her belt, baby nurse Kathleen Sullivan is the best choice for you and your family when you welcome your newborn baby into this world. Kathleen is full of information and will be a wonderful resource for you as you learn all about how to care for your baby.

A Resource for New Parents

Do you find yourself googling things in the middle of the night and finding yourself very frustrated with so many conflicting answers? If you hire Kathleen as your consultant, she will be available via phone and text to answer all of those questions!

Kathleen has hundreds of happy first time parents because they get the answers they need! Just read her testimonials page to see the raving reviews from new parents.

"I absolutely love my work! I feel so fortunate to have found a career that fits me so perfectly. I have a great knowledge of newborns and I feel so satisfied helping Moms learn about their new addition," says Kathleen about the work that she does as a baby nurse. She can provide various levels of care as a night baby nurse to help you get some much needed rest, she can assist you with breastfeeding and provide information for new moms in Los Angeles, and she can help with sleep training your new baby to help them adjust and sleep through the whole night.

Contact Kathleen

Kathleen is available to speak with you and address all the concerns you may have a parent of a newborn baby. Be sure to contact her to find out how she can help you as you transition into parenthood.

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Client Testimonials

"Kathleen is a life saver. I originally wasn't keen on the idea of getting a night nurse. I wanted someone who would teach me about how to care for the baby rather than just take care of the baby for me. So I initially contracted with Kathleen to have her come just a few hours a few times a week in the 1st two weeks of our baby's life. But then I ended up having an unexpected c section. By day 4 in the hospital my milk had come in, my breasts were engorged, and as a result the baby wasn't breastfeeding as well. This made me terrified of going home and not being able to feed or care for the baby. Luckily, Kathleen was free that night to come be our night nurse. And THANK GOD."

Allyson O.

Los Angeles Baby Nurse