Hello and thank you for visiting Krisztina's website. Krisztina Otvos was raised in Budapest, Hungary and has lived in Los Angeles California since 2000. Her Elementary Education Degree and Certification in Early Childhood Development gives her a comprehensive understanding of growth and development. Furthermore, through her Newborn Care Specialist and Sleep Training Certifications she has additional education specializing in newborn care. Krisztina working as a baby nurse since 2004. Krisztina is a highly trained, CPR certified and professional baby nurse and sleep training specialist who assists you with your newborn as you adjust to your new role as a parent.




Breastfeeding: having a doula

Breastfeeding is the normal continuation of pregnancy. It is a physiological process provided by nature. Sometimes it can be difficult and ongoing support before, during and after pregnancy can be very useful. Studies have also shown that success is more likely with the support of spouses, peers and health professionals. The presence and continued support

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Newborn care tips

Getting Started Breastfeeding Breastfeeding is a team effort between you and your baby. One of the keys to successful breastfeeding is simply sitting up while you breastfeed—sit up in bed, in a comfortable armchair or in a rocking chair. Use pillows behind your back, under your elbow and on your lap to support the baby.

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5 Diaper Basket Must-Haves

1. Diapers. This is a given. I keep about 15 diapers of each size in there and have them separated into two piles so that I always have one for whichever daughter I’m changing on hand.

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Umbilical cord care

Proper care can help your baby’s umbilical cord heal. Be sure to clean the cord with alcohol after each diaper change, if instructed to do so by your doctor. Do not pull or pick at the cord. It should fall off on its own within 2 weeks after the birth. Even after the cord falls

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Colic help

Colic is one of those things you can’t possibly understand unless you’ve experienced it. While colic symptoms usually subside around 4 months of age, the impact it can have on the parents and family can last much longer. The crying, the screaming, the sleeplessness, the difficulties with feeding…these aren’t things that are easily forgotten.

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