City Baby Whisperers offers support with an evidence-based approach to help support mom and baby for the first six months to a year. We help facilitate sleep conditioning, best practices, and routines approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Delonie Morris

Trained Birth/ Postpartum Doula ~ CAPPA

Hello,  My name is Delonie Morris. I am a bilingual (English and Spanish) newborn care specialist, birth and postpartum doula, and career nanny. I was born and raised in the exquisite country of Belize. After I relocated to the United States in 2003, I began my career path in child rearing. I have 18 years of experience as a childcare provider, and I am also the mother of four beautiful, witty, and intelligent children. I believe my experiences and knowledge as a childcare provider have helped hone my parenting skills and have had a positive impact on the way that I support families.


Why Choose a Labor And Birth Doula?

A labor doula is an invaluable asset during labor and the postpartum period. They provide physical comfort through techniques such as touch and massage and assistance with breathing. They also provide emotional reassurance, comfort and encouragement. Labor doulas are knowledgeable about what's happening during labor and the postpartum period, including explanations of procedures.

Why Choose a Postpartum Doula?

Postpartum support helps people feel supported as they transition to parenthood. Postpartum doulas differ from baby nurses by going beyond infant care; they also provide you with care! Care for the birthing parent’s body, emotions, the baby, and the whole family after birth.

Why Hire A New Born Care Specialist?

A newborn care specialist is someone whose goal is to help families thrive with amazing success; she or he realizes that it is imperative for ongoing learning so as to enhance growth and improve knowledge, so as to make great changes and have a great impact, in order to always make a difference, while focusing on professionalism and integrity. An Ncs can also be described as someone who is highly trained, is passionate about her/his work, and has the key role of understanding that it takes a village to raise a child, while still maintaining professionalism, but uses research-based information along with empathy to edify, educate, empower, and boost parents' confidence in raising great citizens. Finally, an NC uses his or her skills to bring a sense of balance to the lives of the clients so they can gear quickly towards recovery.