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Raise Your Hand If...
You want to breastfeed your baby
You plan to figure it out as you go once your baby is born
You have friends who didn't take a prenatal breastfeeding class so you figure, why should I?
You would rather spend your money on something for your baby
I get it!
That was me before I had my first baby.
Whether you're expecting your first, second, third (or more!)... it's never too late to learn and have a positive impact on your breastfeeding journey.
What other moms are saying:
Hi, I'm Kala! Founder & Owner of Nurture Motherhood.
I prepared a TON for childbirth but spent very little time preparing to breastfeed. It was shortly after having my first baby that I was wishing I would have prepared a little more. I was doing all of the classic "normal" things mom do...googling every question, but guess what, that was not fixing my problems.
It was after I saw a lactation consultant and learned how to manage my issues (difficulty with latching due to engorgement and pain with latching) that I couldn't help but think...
why the he** didn't I learn this
The two biggest reasons moms struggle with breastfeeding are- unrealistic expectations and untimely support.
Here's the thing....
Moms often report the first week is the hardest.
Pregnant women who learn about how to breastfeed are more likely to be successful than those who do not.
“I found this course VERY informative and helpful in preparing for your first or second or third child."
Breastfeeding Basics Member