We are currently offering both in person and virtual breastfeeding support
Babies don't come with instruction manuals. Sometimes it takes mom and baby a while to flow together.
We're here to help!
Why See A Lactation Consultant? (IBCLC)
Prenatal consultation to receive information and discuss concerns about breastfeeding
No breast changes during pregnancy or after birth
Sore nipples or pain during breastfeeding
Sleepy baby, or baby that won’t latch onto the breast
Baby weight gain issues
Previous breast surgery or trauma
Special needs baby
Infants with a tongue tie
Infants with cleft palate/lip
Low milk production
Over active let down/oversupply
Use of breastfeeding aids (nipple shields, etc)
Returning to work or school
LGBTQ resources for breastfeeding
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Your baby is not:
Lazy ❤ a "good" baby ❤ a "bad" baby ❤ needy ❤ greedy ❤ difficult ❤ angry ❤ a"dud" ❤ bossy ❤ a piranha ❤ a crybaby ❤ rude ❤ spoiled
Babies don't know they're not part of their parent's body until they are 3 months old. They need to be held a lot so they feel safe.
They need to eat
8-12x/day and sometimes more!
Some babies have had a rough start b/c of their position in the womb. They need to stretch out and move more, so they can feel better in their skin.
Some babies really have feeding challenges that make eating difficult.
We are in favor of helping babies get their needs met.
We're here to help.
Please join us for our weekly new mom ’s group.
Topics include but are not limited to....
Birth Story Sharing
Feeding Your Whole Family
The Many Moods of New Parenthood
This is safe, non-judgmental space where we can talk about
the highs and lows of new mothering.
Wednesdays from 10am-12pm (for now via zoom)
$10/class, but reach out if you have financial hardship.
Chelsie Long LCSW is the facilitator.
Click purple link at top of this section or email Chelsie.firstname.lastname@example.org to join the group!
Was your birth traumatic?