share their fears, doubts and insecurities more readily in the privacy of their homes. I get to see and “feel” what life is like in their home, including barking dogs, noisy neighbors, random people walking around, and cultural uniqueness. Interesting smells, a thermostat set to 85 degrees, having to move dirty laundry to find a place to sit and occasionally scary situations can make my job difficult at times. When I focus on the parents, baby and the needs of the family, I have learned to block out outside stimuli and support the parent-child relationship on that day, in that hour and in that minute. I may not have an opportunity tomorrow to help this family. And unfortunately, tomorrow can be a scary place for some families. Let’s go home and help make life with baby an enjoyable experience.