Get breastfeeding support in Carroll, Frederick and Howard County, MD
Over the years I have worked with thousands of mothers in offering breastfeeding support and pre-natal education. This has made all the difference in helping a mother reach her own personal breastfeeding goals. Sadly, I have seen many disappointed mothers give up when they did not seek the support they so desperately needed.
Breastfeeding Challenges – Success Stories!
I have helped moms overcome the most difficult breastfeeding challenges- mothers who have had to use formula because despite their best efforts (and mine); their milk supply never was enough. They chose to use formula through a tube AT the breast and gave skin-to-skin and whatever of their own milk they could. This IS success!
I have worked with moms who have anatomical challenges or their baby did and they could never get their baby to successfully latch; but they decided to exclusively pump their milk and bottle-feed. YOU define “success”. All any mother can do is the very best she can. The most important thing is to try your best and love and enjoy your baby! When breastfeeding is not going well, it is very emotional for mothers. Exclusive breastfeeding is best, but any amount of breastmilk is always better than none. Most mothers can overcome whatever challenge may arise with support.
Moms – Get Breastfeeding Support
- I offer classes so you can learn about breastfeeding before your baby is born
- I can visit your home as a lactation consultant and work with you and your baby
- FACEBOOK mom breastfeeding support groups – Howard County Breastfeeding Mommas or Carroll County Breastfeeding Mommas).
- Find a Mother-to-Mother Support Group – sometimes held at local hospitals
- Encourage other mothers to breastfeed before they have their baby! Tell them it might be difficult and to remember a lactation consultant can come to their home.
Fill out my online form now or call Susan Weyer at: 443-293-7364
Sadly the USA is not a “Breastfeeding Friendly” country compared to other nations. We need a real cultural shift in our thinking. Many in the U.S. are not aware of the multiple health benefits for both infant and mother that breastmilk provides.