Welcome!

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I'm Pregnant

It is my professional experience that better prepared you are in pregnancy, the better your postpartum experience will be.

You Need to Know

  • Exactly what to do for your unique life circumstances: physical, emotional, professional. You’ll need a quick reliable reference for this, you can’t memorize it.
  • When to do it: You’ll need a quick reliable reference for this too, you can’t memorize it.
  • Where to go: To find both expert lactation support and kind community

How to Prepare

  1. Sign up for How to Feed Your Newborn. Learn a realistic approach to breastfeeding (including pumping & bottle feeding) for expectant parents.
  2. Book a Prenatal Lactation Consultation. Together, you and I will determine exactly what you need to know about your unique circumstances. I’ll write you a Balanced Breastfeeding Game Plan to follow after the baby arrives.
  3. Join the club! We get it – breastfeeding is hard. Get lifetime access to all four of our online breastfeeding courses plus access to our private, moderated Facebook group. As a club member, you can attend How to Feed Your Newborn for free!

I Just Had a Baby (0-4 Months)

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

How to Get Support

  1. Schedule a virtual or in-person consultation for one on one lactation care from Katie Madden, RN, IBCLC.
  2. Join the club! We get it – breastfeeding is hard. Get lifetime access to all four of our online breastfeeding courses plus access to our private, moderated Facebook group. As a club member, you can attend How to Feed Your Newborn for free!
  3. Attend Breastfeeding Support Group. Give yourself the gift of time to learn something new, connect with Katie and the BB Mamas in your cohort who are experiencing many of the same struggles and successes as you. Newborn Mamas and Working Pumping Mamas are available to Mamas with babies 0-4 months.
  4. Heading Back to Work? Attend Back to Workshop to learn  how to pump plenty of milk while at work so you can breastfeed as long as you’d like.

I'm Breastfeeding a Baby 6 Months and Older

You’re in the last leg of breastfeeding now. You define the finish line.

How to Get Support

  1. Schedule a virtual or in-person consultation for one on one lactation care from Katie Madden, RN, IBCLC.
  2. Attend Breastfeeding Support Group. Give yourself the gift of time to learn something new, connect with Katie and the BB Mamas in your cohort who are experiencing many of the same struggles and successes as you. Marathon Mamas and Working Pumping Mamas are available to Mamas with babies 4 months and older.
  3. About to introduce solids? Not sure what the second half of the first year might look like? Attend What’s Next Workshop. This workshop is for Mamas with babies 4 to 7 months old.
  4. Looking towards the end of your breastfeeding relationship? Attend Weaning Workshop for gentle and effective ways to change or complete your breastfeeding relationship.