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Acclaimed Washington DC Business Let Mommy Sleep is Coming to the Pittsburgh Area
Due to an overwhelming demand for service in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh metro areas, Let Mommy Sleep, a leading and elite overnight baby nurse agency, is expanding into Pennsylvania.
“Since 2010, Let Mommy Sleep has served well over 500 babies, and we are excited to expand our services to offer elite care to families across Pennsylvania,”
About Let Mommy Sleep
In 2009, Denise Stern started Let Mommy Sleep out of the very personal experience of having medical complications when her twin daughters were born, a son who was merely 17 months old, and husband with no paternity leave. “I was a new mom falling off the cliff due to lack of confidence, poor health and no rest,” says Stern, “Here in the richest, most powerful country in the world we’re conditioned to accept that feeling like an unhealthy failure is not only normal, but a right of motherhood passage.”
Let Mommy Sleep employs only registered nurses and clinically trained caregivers, providing evidence-based education and badly needed rest to parents struggling in the early days of parenthood. Their specific and detailed approach has quickly gained momentum, and LMS has garnered prestigious media attention including television appearances, newspaper features, magazine articles, speaking engagements at many major baby expos and an invite to attend the White House Summit on Working Families 2014 with President Obama and other distinguished national leaders. Locally, the company has appeared on Fox 29 Philadelphia (http://www.myfoxphilly.com/
With gross sales in 2013 up 66% from 2012, LMS has grown by leaps and bounds and has been recognized as an outstanding woman-owned business by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Through outreach, education and overnight baby nurse services, Let Mommy Sleep continues to lead the local postpartum and perinatal care industry.
In 2012, Stern wanted to give back to the community and launched Mission: Sleep, the non-profit arm of LMS which delivers free overnight infant care to military families with a partner who is deployed, wounded, or deceased at time of baby's arrival. Mission: Sleep has received local media coverage and was featured nationally on America’s News Headquarters on Fox News. To date over 5,000 hours have been awarded to deserving military families.
The Let Mommy Sleep staff is passionate about providing quality baby care. Their detailed approach includes intensive research, customized documentation systems, continual staff training and impressive community outreach. These factors, along with glowing testimonials from clients and an “A” rating with the Better Business Bureau, make LMS an industry leader.
Company bio and additional information can be found at www.LetMommySleep.com. Those interested in becoming a first tier LMS Franchisee should contact the LMS home office directly at 703.637.7225 or 844.MOM.BABY or email Micaela@letmommysleep.com for requirements.
Micaela Williamson, Let Mommy Sleep