"Nearly 90% of newborns are vigorous term babies with no risk factors
and they should remain with their mothers to promote bonding,
initiate breastfeeding, and receive routine newborn care.
Similarly, a baby with certain prenatal or intrapartum risk factors, who
responded well to the initial steps of newborn care, may only need
close observation and does not need to be separated from the mother."
-Textbook of Neonatal Resuscitation, 7th ed. p. 214
This is not a midwifery book. This is not "woo". This doesn't come from Ina May. This is mainstream medical textbook. My point is that if your care providers are insisting that your baby go to a nursery for observation then you need to assume that something is wrong. If you don't understand what it is, then you should ask for clarification. If you're told that your baby is healthy, then please keep your baby in full knowledge that you are following the best practice. Babies stay warmer, have better heart rates, feed better, and breathe better when skin-to-skin with their mothers.