Back to Workshop
Most breastfeeding mothers feel confused, overwhelmed, and bewildered at the thought of leaving their baby and returning to work. Right now, this may be going back to work in-person or working from home. Both of these scenarios are covered in Back to Workshop.
Join Katie Madden, RN IBCLC for Back to Workshop. This is a two-part small group experience that will unite you with other mamas returning to work and show you exactly what you need to do to become a confident working mama.
At the end of this program you will:
- Know exactly how much milk you need to store in your freezer (and how to collect that milk when your baby is nursing all the time!)
- Understand how your breastfed baby should be bottle fed and how to communicate these instructions to your childcare provider.
- Feel confident in keeping track of your milk supply and how to respond if your supply dips.
- Understand how to nourish and encourage a direct breastfeeding relationship when you and your baby are together.
- Take the necessary steps to avoid burnout and overwhelm.
- Meet a small group of mamas who will be returning to work during a similar time frame. Together, you will navigate this tricky transition.
- Actively involve your partner or support person in the back to work process so you have a teammate.
Why come live?
Because there, you can get my real time feedback on the nuts and bolts of how being a Working Breastfeeding Mama works, but we can also talk about the feelings you may be having around this transition. You also get to meet friends. This community of mamas having nearly a mirror experience to what you are having, is priceless. You need this community. You’re just going to have to trust me on this one.
- Two 90 minutes small group sessions with Katie Madden held one week apart.
- Access to Working Mamas – the comprehensive online program
- Access to the exclusive, private Facebook group. Hundreds of Balanced Breastfeeding working Mamas at many stages of breastfeeding and working, are here to support you.
Get crystal clear on how to manage all the elements of being a working, breastfeeding mama.