For new parents looking for overnight support during the first few weeks to months after birth, a Night Nanny is a great option. Many Night Nannies are experienced with multiples, and can assist with everything from night feedings to bottle cleaning. A Baby Nurse normally holds some type of credential such as a Doula Certificate, and LVN, or and RN.

Qualification of our Night Nannies and Baby Nurses:

  • Trustline and PFC private background check screening including local county check, National Criminal File check, Social Security Verification, Sexual Offender check
  • DMV check including clear background of DUI/DWI
  • 4-6 plus years of professional newborn nanny experience
  • 2-4 professional references
  • letters of recommendations (mandatory)
  • passing of behavioral interview evaluation
  • consistency in application and acceptance process with Crunch Care recruiting team
  • ideal background in Education, Nursing, or long term professional child care
  • must pass INA basic skills assessment (Newborn Care Assessment evaluation new in 2014)
  • CPR First Aid certified or trained
  • a plus to be a board certified LNV or RN (Baby Nurse)
  • multiples experience preferred


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