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...the First Baby Planner Services site in Singapore!

Congratulations on the new addition to your family!
If you feel overwhelmed about all the preparations you need to make, this site is to help you!

What is a Baby Planner?

You’ve probably heard of wedding planning, but have you heard of baby planning? When you’re expecting your first baby, there are thousands of new things to learn – from picking a gynae to preparing a nursery to buying a stroller to learning the names of all the parts of baby bottles and breastpumps. It can be very overwhelming for couples – way more stressful than planning for that one big wedding.

Every family is different, and so is every new mum and new baby. Just like a concierge service, a Baby Planning Consultant does what you need her to do, and adds value to your decision-making processes by providing valuable insights as she shares pros and cons of different options. She can be someone to guide you through step-by-step from pregnancy to birth and after, or the one you call when you need a sanity check whether what you’re doing is right or whether the baby is behaving normally, or an extra pair of hands and legs when you just can’t find the time or energy to deal with it all.

Why Consider Baby Planning Services?

In Singapore, most new parents will discover that you can hire a lactation consultant to work you through some breastfeeding issues, a sleep training consultant to deal with baby sleeping routines, or even a babywearing consultant to help you with getting a good fit in various baby carrier brands. However, not only are each of these services costly on the pocket, they all require a lot of research which cost new parents time and energy – neither of which most new parents have to spare.

Baby planning services are hence an ideal solution as an experienced Baby Planner would be able to provide help in more than one area your family might need when dealing with a new addition to the family, and sometimes cover more aspects which the specialists mentioned above would. This is because an experience Baby Planning Consultant has helped different families deal with different babies in different ways – she is not pushing only one type of solution (eg. a fixed routine to get a baby to sleep alone in a quiet dark room), nor is she selling items she gets a commission for.

The experience is a roughly time-based, any or all-in-one concierge service, where you can work out with the Baby Planner what sort of help you need, and when you need it. As this is an all-new concept being offered in Singapore, feel free to browse through this website to understand better what our baby planning service is all about, and feel free to contact or chat with us to understand more.

Services offered

Pregnancy Support

Wondering how to choose a gynae, hospital or make a birth plan? Not sure how to keep track of what baby essentials you need to prepare, or how to decorate your home for your new baby?

Lactation Support

Struggling with oversupply or undersupply? Constantly feel in pain due to engorgement or sore nipples? Or just feel exhausted from the endless pumping or nursing and want to regain your sanity?

Weaning Services

Want to try baby led weaning but don't have your family's support or are feeling unsure how to do it safely? Running out of ideas on healthy and delicious recipes to prepare and freeze to save time?

Sleep Training Services

Feel like you don't have a life after you give birth because your baby seems to want milk and sleep at unpredictable hours? Or spend hours not being able to do anything because baby only sleeps on you?

Personal Shopper Services

Don't have time for research but want the best for your new baby? Wish someone else could jostle with the crowds at baby fairs and get what your family needs while you spend your time doing the things you want?

Care Arrangement Services

Wondering what the best care arrangement when both parents work? Not sure how to evaluate whether a live-in helper will be a good help to your family or a source of trouble? Or how to pick a good infant/child care centre?