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.

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What does a postpartum doula do for parents?

Here is a typical work day in the life of a postpartum doula…

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Best first foods according to the night nurse

Avocados Avocados are now a popular first food for baby. Besides being trendy, they are also extremely healthy. High in potassium, fiber and healthy monounsaturated fat, avocados are good for hearts of all ages.

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Infant Massage

We’re always looking for ways to help new moms get things done. So what if we told you that in 15 minutes or so a day there was something you could do to calm your fussy baby, ease colic, relieve gas pain, encourage sleep, boost your baby’s immune system, and promote brain development and bonding?

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Breastfeeding assitance and advice

Here are some of my favourite advices: “don’t give up on your hardest day” “The best advice I ever got was to talk to other moms. There is a huge range of “normal” and so many different tips and techniques and talking to other moms not only gave me new ideas, it helped me feel

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40 Fussy Baby Soothing Techniques

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Burping techniques

When you become a parent, there are certain things you obsess about with a new baby. Certain things you probably never talked about much in your pre-parent life. Things like pooping and burping.

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