lactation help

"How can I possibly nurse this baby even one more day!?" 

Whether you have breastfed your baby one week, one month, or one + years I bet you have asked yourself this question on more than one occasion. Having nursed Henry into toddlerhood I know there have definitely been moments where I start to wonder if I have what it takes. Nursing is the most natural, amazing, satisfying (insert your own pleasant adjective here) experience but that doesn't mean it's even close to easy, especially in the beginning! 

You just helped your baby grow into a real live person full of real life needs - and one of those needs is mama's milk.

As a CLEC  (Certified Lactation Educator Counselor) I would love to meet with you to talk about your concerns about breastfeeding at any point during your breastfeeding journey! 

breastfeeding basics

This Package Includes:

  • An In-Home Consultation if you just don't feel like things are going the way they should. I will observe a feeding session and we will try to nail down exactly what the problem is! We can try different nursing positions and see what works best for you and baby.


breastfeeding deluxe package

This Package Includes:

  • An In-Home prenatal visit to talk you through how you can best prepare for breastfeeding your baby while you are still pregnant. At this visit we will talk about the common concerns women have during the first couple weeks after birth  so that you can feel as prepared as possible.
  • An In-Home visit any time after baby is born to make sure all is going well. We will make sure you are comfortable with several different nursing positions, make sure baby has a good latch, and Ill help answer any questions you may have!
  • If you have any questions during those first few weeks I'd be available via text, email, or phone to help troubleshoot. 


*Please note that a CLEC is different than an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). If you are experiencing any serious complications with breastfeeding I welcome you to reach out to confirm you should see your care provider, or an IBCLC.