Irvine, CA (PRWEB) December 7, 2007
Why is it that when a woman gets engaged, she automatically considers hiring a coordinator to prepare for one of the most special events -- her wedding day?
But, when it bringing a new life into the world -- a most joyous miracle--she doesn't even consider looking for professional help with the challenges of preparing for a new baby.
If they only knew Roselle Andrea, The Baby Coordinator, they may think again.
We surveyed expecting moms to find out their perspective on hiring a baby coordinator and we found that they're truly not well-informed. So we're here to dispel the myths.
The coordinator would be a stranger intruding into our family.
Roselle Andrea, The Baby Coordinator, takes time to get to know the mom-to-be, developing a personal relationship during 9 months of pregnancy. The moms who interact with Roselle feel comfortable because of her warm and easygoing nature as she becomes a trusted friend and confidant -- someone to feel close with during a very personal time.
It sounds too expensive for me. I'll be paying for stuff I don't need or already have.
Many of the moms Roselle works with like having a baby coordinator because she keeps them within budget. Moms tend to go overboard shopping, only later to regret it because most of the items never get used. Roselle works with parents who have very small budgets -- in fact, small budgets and small spaces are one of her specialties. She also works directly with retail companies who provide items to her at a discounted cost which are in turn passed to the moms.
I wouldn't be able to pick stuff out and make my own choices.
Roselle doesn't make decisions -- she only gives design ideas and executes the work to be performed. In all cases, she works alongside moms. For example, when decorating/organizing the closet, moms have to be present so that when the coordinator's gone, they'll know where everything is stored.
If you don't do it yourself, you're missing out on pre-bonding with your baby.
Moms still get to enjoy the shopping experience… but she doesn't have to go alone. Friend and adviser, Roselle Andrea, helps with the baby essentials selection. Shopping for a mom-to-be is easy in early pregnancy ... but later on they are tired and have difficulty living heavy packages -- and Roselle is there to help.
*Get to Know ROSELLE ANDREA: The Baby Coordinator*
Located in Queens, NY, Roselle, Andrea is a national event planning business for expectant parents. Roselle understands that getting ready for a baby's arrival is a real joy! However, this joy can soon turn into frustration while juggling career and family goals with baby preparations. Roselle meets this challenge with the introduction of a Baby Coordinator to simplify the way families-to-be plan.
As their Baby Coordinator, Roselle Andrea provides expectant parents with an all-inclusive baby preparation service. Services range from designing baby's nursery; organizing the dresser, armoire and wardrobe; personalizing a trousseau, jewelry, stationary and silverware; tailer making layettes, christening robes and bath accessories; helping with new baby sayings and uncommon baby names; customizing baby's stationery and correspondence; assistance preparation for the hospital and registering for the shower; ideas for baby shower games, and planning baby soirees. Pregnant moms receive the added benefit of privacy, comfort & convenience as they're consulted at home, work or electronically.
Today's Families-In-Waiting busy, active lives calls for a Baby Coordinator. Roselle Andrea is well placed to serve this time of need, indeed.
STYLE. SIMPLICITY. SPLENDOR. The three goals founder Roselle Hope set when she formed Roselle, Andrea in 2005.
To read more, visit her website at http://www.TheBabyCoordinator.com or contact ChicExecs PR at firstname.lastname@example.org or 949.833.2442.
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