Ruby Sibal “A baby nurse for every newborn”
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Ruby Sibal “A baby nurse for every newborn”

Aug 02, 2017 19 Comments

What Is A Baby Nurse?

As a professional baby nurse, I’m passionate about caring for newborns and their families. I train students to work as I do—living around the clock with families, offering kind, compassionate support. Any new parent will tell you that the newborn months brim with fear, confusion, and doubt, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Not every family decides to hire a professional baby nurse. But every friend, mother, sister, cousin, partner, uncle, or aunt can become one themselves. If you’ve lived through the tumultuous newborn stage, consider reaching out to friends and family when they’re expecting their first, and share the knowledge you’ve gained. If you haven’t, educate yourself. Then, when the new parents you love are panicking, you can offer peace of mind (priceless!). I envision a world in which every newborn has their baby nurse, and that vision begins with you.

To date, I’ve cared for over 49 infants—and their anxious parents, too.

Along the way I’ve learned that every newborn, and every parent, is unique. A great baby nurse does more than care for infants. They build and strengthen families, too. In our ancestral history, new parents weren’t left to fend for themselves in flats and condominiums. They raised their children embedded in a community, and benefited from communal wisdom. A baby nurse knows that it takes a village to raise a child, and I always try to involve siblings and extended family in the process of loving new babies. Over the years, I’ve cared for the babies of pediatricians and business people, tech professionals and more. My style isn’t to judge, but to accept and support, unconditionally. Isn’t that love?

This Is Me Ruby, New York based Baby Nurse
This Is Me Ruby, New York based Baby Nurse

If you’re pregnant and reading this now, know that you can learn about realities of life with a newborn. Let’s not forget, it’s tough to be a newborn, too. “A baby nurse for every newborn” means an easier transition from womb to world. As a professional, I’m highly credentialed, and proud to have studied with Dr. Harvey Karp, author of Happiest Baby on the Block. I’m also certified in Newborn Care, New Parent Coaching, and Infant Massage Education. But my best teachers are small enough to be swaddled, and I’m blessed to have worked on the front-lines of babyhood for many years.

I’m grateful to Dr. Harvey Karp for his mentorship, and to Mamaviews, for helping me reach as many families as I have to date. I’m grateful to every parent who’s opened their home to me during a magical time.

Read on for crucial newborn tips, and for stories from a soulful life’s work. Join me as I care for new families in New York, Miami, Los Angeles —and wherever else this exciting career leads. For parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends, there’s no certification necessary to become a baby nurse. Only kindness, common sense, and heart.

Ruby Sibal
Founder and CEO of Beyond Baby Care
Newborn Care Expert
Newborn Care Consultant
New Parent Coach
Certified Educator, Happiest Baby
Certified Educator of Infant Massage

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  1. Thank you Ruby for sharing your heartful experience, knowledge and passion as a professional baby nurse. Congratulations and continue what you’re doing. You inspired your students and peace of mind to the parents.

    1. It has always been a pleasure to help. Keep the passion, Adela!

  2. Ms. Ruby Sibal,
    I am so grateful that you’re the one who mentored me in this baby nurse job. You are an amazing and very talented person. I couldn’t have done a good job as a newborn care specialist without your mentorship. Thank you for sharing all your talent and for being there for us always. More blessing to come in your life and God bless you always.

    1. Thank you, Nelfa! Anything can be learned, as long as you put your mind and heart to it! Keep up the good work and always keep the passion!

  3. Congratulations! Very inspiring. Hope to be like you. God bless you always.

  4. Congratulations my friend! A new adventure begins…Goodluck and keep it up!

  5. Keep it up! God bless you more 🙂

    1. Paying it forward. Thank you for your support, Aileen!

  6. Renee Rose Canas

    Congrats Ruby, you inspired us with what you do. Your dedication and perseverance proves and shows what success is. Keep doing what you love doing. This is a big help for all the moms who’s struggling to take care of their new born. With each child’s different needs and challenges baby nurse like Ruby is a must. Congratulations again and God bless you.

    1. Thank you, Renee. This is newborn care and beyond… with a heart!

  7. We are so excited to see you living out your dream! Thank you for the never ending support with our children. We always trust and appreciate your educated and thoughtful advice 🙂
    Best of luck, The Schwartz Family

    1. Thank you so much, my Schwartz family! You have been a huge source of my experience and knowledge and will forever be a part of who I am and who I would be on this journey.

  8. Congratulations Ruby. Follow your dreams. You’re on the right track. God bless you in all your endeavors .

  9. Rubs,
    Congratulations! This is it! Continue to soar high! 👍🏻👏🏻😊 I have no words but THANK YOU! You can always count on me! Besos! 😘

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