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Breastfeeding Beyond a Year

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AGE:
1 year +

CLASS DESCRIPTION:
Turning one doesn't have to mean you're done. Extended nursing has continued benefits for both mom and baby. And it is just so easy now! However questions do come up as your baby celebrates their first birthday. Questions such as:

  • How much milk should my baby be getting?
  • How often should I be nursing?
  • To pump or not to pump?
  • How to balance solids and breast-time?
Learn how to handle biting, and weaning when you are both ready, and the importance of the emotional connection. This workshop is a perfect opportunity to learn how to continue your breastfeeding relationship, and why breast is still best.
Class length: 90min

Price is per person, but please bring your little one to class.

INSTRUCTOR BIO:
Barbara Zimmermann RN, BSN, IBCLC, CEIM is a pediatric registered nurse. International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and a Certified Educator of Infant Massage through IMUSA. She provides individual lactation consults either in the store or in the privacy of a client's home. Barbara loves facilitating the New Mothers Breastfeeding Support Group where mothers openly share the joys and challenges of breastfeeding. She teaches Prenatal Baby Care, Back to Work and Breastfeeding, Infant Massage, and New Grandparents classes. Prior to working at the Pump Station and Nurtury, Barbara worked in multiple Pediatric Practices throughout the US counseling parents in lactation and well-child care.

Barbara and her husband Joel have two grown children. Originally from the East Coast, they moved to California to live closer to their three energetic grandsons. She loves to travel and loves spending time with those grandkids.