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WELCOME, I AM SO GLAD YOU ARE HERE!

Education. Support. Empowering

 

PREGNANCY + BABY COURSES

Pregnant Woman and Partner

CHILDBIRTH + POSTPARTUM CLASS

Welcoming your first child? Adding to your family? This one's for you! We bring you the nitty gritty details on labor and childbirth, then offer a step-by-step guide to late pregnancy through postpartum.

Nursing Newborn

BREASTFEEDING 101

Breastfeeding is a learned skill, and our experts will walk you through it!  We’ll address the basics of feeding at the breast, how to troubleshoot challenges, and how to supplement if needed.

Young family

FORMULA 101

Feeding a baby is a learned skill, and our experts will walk you through it! We’ll address the basics of feeding with formula, how to wean after birth, and how to troubleshoot challenges.

 

MEET COURTNEY

Courtney Miller has been registered nurse since 2016 and is now an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Her passion for breastfeeding began after giving birth to her son in March 2019, and quickly realizing there wasn’t enough readily-available breastfeeding education and support – Now she says she has found her calling of helping moms and their families along their breastfeeding journey! Courtney regularly uses her personal breastfeeding experience, along with evidence-based research, to help educate and support the families she works alongside.

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WHY AN IBCLC?

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International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) is the highest level of lactation certifications. It requires 90 hours of lactation specific continuing education courses, 15 hours of college courses like biology, nutrition & anatomy as well as 1000 hours of hands on experience before one can sit for the 3 hour exam.

 

REASONS YOU MAY NEED AN IBCLC

[You don't need to have a specific reason but these are a few!]

  • Trouble with latching including painful latching​ and nipple damage

  • Baby is having trouble gaining weight

  • Bottle refusal

  • Returning to work including bottle feeding, pumping (flange fitting) and safety of milk storage​

  • Weaning

  • Starting solids

  • Prenatal consults: had problems meeting feeding goals with previous babies, history of breast surgery or infertility. 

 

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