Most of us start out wanting to breastfeed, but we lack the support system that our great- grandmothers had. That’s where a great breastfeeding class can help.
Have you ever seen those moms and babies breastfeeding who look like they stepped out of Mary Cassat painting? That could be you and your baby.
Breastfeeding in the Real World is the first breastfeeding class to use feedback from real mothers to create comprehensive breastfeeding education.
What Does Comprehensive Mean?
Once upon a time, my husband and I decided to change our car insurance to save some money. We got the recommended "comprehensive plan". A while later we were hit head-on by another vehicle. It was then we found out that our insurance company's definition of "comprehensive" did not include collision coverage. I felt cheated. We had paid good money to have coverage for accidents, only to find that we weren't getting the benefits we thought we were. So when I say "comprehensive", this is what I mean:
I will level with you about the available research on breastfeeding. I won’t gloss over the potential problems that come up. And by doing so, you'll be better prepared to enjoy breastfeeding.
Most breastfeeding classes:
In contrast, Happier, Healthier, Easier: Breastfeeding in the Real World:
You also have ultimate flexibility to study on your own timeline!
When you have the tools to prepare and help you spot and solve problems, you can avoid a lot of pain and hassle and have more time to enjoy your baby.
This class could save you money because exclusively formula feeding can cost between $800 and $3,000!
For about the same price as 2 cans of formula you can have lifetime access to a comprehensive breastfeeding class!
Looking for a scholarship? I offer quarter, half, and three-quarter scholarships. Email me at birthmultiverse (at) gmail (dot) com to get started!
“This is stuff I want to share!”
- Michelle, Alaska.
“Well if I wasn’t going to breastfeed before, I certainly will now!“
- Megan, Virginia
I have my Breastfeeding Educator Certification through Birth Arts International. I am completing my Masters in Public Health with a focus on maternal and child health issues and will soon be a certified childbirth educator.
I love having the science background on birth and breastfeeding as well as the holistic side. I feel like it allows me to see things from different angles and find better solutions to problems.
My philosophy is comprehensive breastfeeding education. That means that I will level with you about the available research on breastfeeding. I won’t gloss over the potential problems that come up.
I wanted to teach online because it allows me to reach more women more effectively.
If you’re expecting for your first time, breastfed before with a lot of trouble, have zero support to help with breastfeeding, or you’re pulling your hair out from stress, this is the place for you. We can work it out together. With lots of good information you can have a better breastfeeding experience for you, your baby and your whole family.
“I wish would have had access to this ten years ago! It would have saved me a lot of time!”
- Emily, Idaho