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The best personal care experience for new moms & baby

We created a better, more reliable way for you to get the postpartum support you need at home. Instantly book highly rated and vetted local Baby Nurse (often referred to as care specialist, night nanny or newborn care specialist) at a flat hourly rate with Zomelle.

✦ Since 2012 we gave new moms back over 10,000,000+ hours of sleep ✦

The care you need, when you need it


Mom care

  • Postpartum rest and recovery
  • Lactation support for nursing moms
  • Emotional and physical nurturing
  • Home and nursery organization
  • Answering parenting questions

Newborn care

  • Diapering, bathing, and cord care
  • Feeding and burping methods
  • Swaddling and soothing techniques
  • Initiate feeding and sleeping routine
  • Caring for newborn multiples

Three great experiences

We offer ongoing 24-hour care to new moms. Have peace of mind knowing that help is always there when you need it.

We offer nighttime care to new moms. A typical overnight shift can range from 10pm-6am. Minimum 8 hours per shift.

We also offer daytime care to new moms who need a little more help during the day. Minimum 8 hours per shift.

A people-first approach

The baby nurse

Our baby nurses (often referred to as care specialist, night nanny or newborn care specialist) are highly skilled professionals providing non-medical physical, emotional, and educational support to new moms with newborns during the first days, weeks, and months following birth. From the moment you bring your baby home, our baby nurses are there to ease the transition to parenthood by mentoring you with hands-on instruction and expert guidance.

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How it works

1. Describe your needs

Tell a home specialist about your care needs, skill requirements, and desired schedule online or over the phone.

2. Choose your specialist

Get matched with a local baby nurse that fits your needs and schedule your first shift as soon as the same-day.

3. Stay connected

Our home specialist will stay in touch to make sure we are providing the best service and care for your family needs.

Book with confidence

We set high expectations for our baby nurses (often referred to as care specialist).

Vetted & screened

  • Personal interview
  • Reference check
  • Valid CPR certification
  • Common immunizations

Background checked

  • County, State & Federal records
  • National sex offender registry
  • Personal identity verification
  • Work authorization for US

Fully prepared

  • Orientation & job training
  • Ongoing coaching as needed
  • Access to reference materials

Frequently asked questions

Baby Nurses (often referred to as care specialist or night nanny) provide non-medical care for your baby, they are not typically a registered nurse, but a trained and experienced individual proficient in all aspects of newborn care. Whether you need assistance at night, breastfeeding support, a sleep specialist or an extra set of hands, Zomelle can provide you with the help you need.

No. Baby Nurse is a term meaning, infant or newborn specialist. Baby Nurses provide non-medical care for your baby. However, some of our Baby Nurses are CNA’s, LPN’s and RN’s.
Baby Nurses are happy to meet you if there is time between their assignments. However, if there is not an opportunity to meet her before she begins working, you can speak extensively with her over the phone and call her references before committing to that particular Baby Nurse.
Your Baby Nurse will be on call 2 weeks before and 1 week after your estimated due date, allowing flexibility on the start time.

We generally are able to fill emergency bookings or last minute requests for families.

Yes, we have specific Baby Nurses who have worked with several families who had twins and triplets.
Your Baby Nurse will bring the baby to the mom for all feedings. When mom is done feeding, the Baby Nurse will take the baby and care for its needs until the next feeding, allowing mom much needed rest. You also have the option of pumping a bottle for night-time feedings.
The Baby Nurse can put your baby on a schedule, if this is something you prefer. However, if you prefer to not work with a schedule, the Baby Nurse will fit into the plan that you want for your baby. When we are in the process matching you with a Baby Nurse, we will discuss the type of Baby Nurse that will be the best match for your family.

What moms say

Get the postpartum support you need at home!

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