Online Breastfeeding Courses

Our courses help moms gain confidence in breastfeeding, learn proven techniques, and reduce fear and frustration.

300+ Moms have joined this course

The Prenatal Breastfeeding Preparation Course

Realistic breastfeeding preparation for your unique family.

The first two weeks of breastfeeding are critical. In order to get a strong start to breastfeeding, you must know exactly what to do before the baby arrives. Educate yourself during pregnancy and lay the foundation for success.

  • Learn the fundamentals.
  • Set realistic, individualized breastfeeding goals.
  • Identify your breastfeeding risk factors.
  • Develop a safe and realistic breastfeeding plan for your unique family.
  • Involve your partner now.
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600+ Moms have joined this course

Newborn Mamas

Birth – 4 months

Get step-by-step guidance through the most challenging days, weeks, and months of breastfeeding: the beginning

  • Get a comfortable latch
  • Actively involve your partner
  • Understand your milk supply
  • Prepare for your return to work
  • Incorporate breastfeeding into your everyday life
  • Take good care of yourself
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300+ Moms have joined this course

Working Pumping Mamas

Pump plenty of milk while at work so you can breastfeed as long as you’d like.

  • How much milk you need to store in the freezer before returning to work
  • How many times you’ll need to pump while at work
  • How much should your baby drink from a bottle while you’re apart
  • How to cope with the sadness you may feel about leaving your baby
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300+ Moms have joined this course

Marathon Mamas

5 months – Weaning 

Navigate the second half of breastfeeding so you can achieve your long-term breastfeeding goals.

The second half of breastfeeding is filled with fun and frustrating breastfeeding milestones. This package includes everything you need to navigate breastfeeding from here on out, including managing annoying behaviors, integrating solids, dumping the pump, and weaning.

  • Integrate solid foods into your breastfeeding relationship.
  • Manage annoying behaviors such as biting, pinching, distractibility, and short, frequent breastfeeding requests.
  • Learn Sign Language Basics to communicate with your baby.
  • Stop pumping at 12 months; continue breastfeeding when together.
  • Learn about the fun and frustration of nursing into the toddler years.
  • Refocus on taking care yourself in mind, body, and spirit.
  • Wean gracefully when you are ready.
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