I have worked with several maternity nurses over the past few years, and I can say without hesitation that Sarah is the cream of the crop.

To begin with, Sarah is extremely experienced and talented at her job. I contacted her in a state of desperation after by baby son had regressed significantly on his sleep training and feeding. We had been traveling throughout the summer, and he was totally disorientated and unsettled. Within a couple of days of starting with us, Sarah already had him sleeping through the night. She very quickly managed to get the measure of his personality and individual needs. By the end of our month together she had taught me how to understand my baby and the ways in which he was communicating with me. When it was time for her to leave, I once again felt confident and capable.

Secondly, she is incredibly professional. The best example I can give is when the en-suite bathroom where she was staying flooded over night, and the room needed to be completely cleaned and disinfected. Despite having to cope with soaking carpets and misplaced furniture for the best part of a week, Sarah made no issue of this and carried on with her job without any complaint. She is always practical and adaptable, no matter the situation she is faced with.

Finally, it is worth mentioning that she is a very intellectual and interesting person to spend time with. She has written her own book, is part of several support groups for mothers, and has inspiring aspirations to reform the way mothers and babies are cared for in this country. It is often overlooked when employing a maternity nurse, that you will be spending a lot of time with the individual in a very intimate setting. The fact that I got to spend this time with someone so interesting and with so much passion in her beliefs was a delight.

Sarah has been an enormous asset to our family, and we can’t wait to invite her back if and when our family continues to grow!

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