Breastfeeding class for parents!
As you know, breastfeeding is the very best thing you can do nurture your baby. Learn all the basics in our breastfeeding class to get off to a great start with breastfeeding. Partners are encouraged to attend with the mother.
The breastfeeding relationship combines instinct and learned skills. This class focuses on the first critical weeks of your baby’s life and provides basic information and resources to prepare the mother-to-be for a satisfying breastfeeding experience. Since family support is a key factor in a positive breastfeeding experience, partners are also encouraged to attend. Listen to our podcast for more information!
Breastfeeding is the very best thing you can do nurture your baby. Learn all the basics to get off to a great start with breastfeeding. Knowledge is power! Topics include:
- Reading your baby’s hunger cues
- How often and how long to nurse
- Latch and positioning
- How to know baby is getting enough
- When to seek help for breastfeeding challenges
Saturday, June 12, 2021 from 1:30-4:30 PM
We are having these classes virtually for now during COVID
The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor, 2300 Washtenaw, Suite 200, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
You can pay with Paypal or by check on our site.
If you would prefer to pay by Visa, Master Card, or Discover, please email Barbara@bfcaa.com and we are happy to make accept these payments.
Research shows that the more information families have about breastfeeding the better prepared they are. We often will take weeks of birthing classes (which we think is great btw) but hardly any time of breastfeeding which we do far longer than it takes to give birth!
What people are saying about the class:
“My partner and I feel so much more comfortable and up to date on breastfeeding basics. With so much information from multiple sources, it was a relief to have all the current information in one place and being able to be interactive with the instructor.” — Katie Watson, Ypsilanti, MI
“Fabulously informative. A genuinely enlightening experience shedding light on an unfamiliar subject.” — David Swan, Ypsilanti, MI