Congratulations on your pregnancy! Your baby will soon be here. You have probably been busy preparing, buying baby clothes and decorating the nursery. But have you prepared for feeding your baby? Breastfeeding is a natural process, but there is also a learning curve. You should not wait until your baby is here to learn about breastfeeding.
92% of new mothers report having at least one breastfeeding problem during the first few days of their baby’s life. Most of these problems could have been prevented if the families had known the basics of breastfeeding and newborn behavior.
Don't wait until you are sleep deprived to start learning what you need to know!
We will teach you the basics of breastfeeding and take you step-by-step through the skills and techniques that have been proven to make breastfeeding easier.
You will know what your baby is telling you and how to meet your baby’s needs, starting in the very first hours of life.
You will feel confident, knowing the answers to the most frequently asked questions about breastfeeding. You will understand the basics of breastfeeding and be able to return to them if you encounter difficulties.
We believe that breastfeeding is the healthiest way to feed your baby.
The period after your birth doesn't have to be filled with anxiety and unknown. Our goal is to help you relax and to give your baby the best possible start in life.
We are Cindy and Jana, Registered Nurses and International Board Certified Lactation Consultants. We have helped over 20,000 new families get started with breastfeeding and we want to help you too! We'll provide you with the information you need to feel more confident and relaxed with your newborn.
Breastfeeding is crucial for your baby’s health. The evidence is so clear that the World Health Organization, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Canadian Pediatric Society recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of your baby’s life.
Here are some of the reasons breastfeeding is the right choice for your baby’s health:
Breastfeeding is also important for mothers:
Women who breastfeed also have a decreased risk of breast and ovarian cancer and a decreased chance of developing osteoporosis. These are just a few of the reasons we have dedicated our work and this course to helping mothers learn what they need to know about breastfeeding.
“The prenatal breastfeeding class with Jana and Cindy was awesome! I feel much more relaxed about breastfeeding my baby. Feeling empowered.”
"I signed up for Cindy & Jana’s class because many of my friends had trouble breastfeeding. I really wanted to be able breastfeed my baby. We had a little trouble at the beginning but I remembered they said it would get easier. And it has! 2 months later, we are still going strong."
"My cousin is a nurse and gave me this class as a gift. Before this class, I knew nothing about breastfeeding. I feel much more relaxed knowing what to expect and how to handle problems"