Babies in Bloom is a safe sanctuary where new moms can be vulnerable with their struggles with breastfeeding & find the compassionate, professional help they need to support their new baby.
At our breastfeeding center you’ll work with International Board Certified Lactation Consultants who are here to guide you through everything you need to know about breastfeeding. Our educators are gentle, compassionate, and have years of experience teaching parents about breastfeeding.
Our one-on-one session are custom tailored to your needs and can include:
International Board Certiﬁed Lactation Consultants are:
To schedule a one-on-one session with an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant call 760-940-BABY.
Lactation consultations are available in our office or in your home.
We also offer several breastfeeding classes. These are in a group setting and are a great way to meet other new moms and learn about breastfeeding. See our class schedule here.
One of the key ingredients for a successful breastfeeding experience is education! With so much information available on breastfeeding, it can feel overwhelming for parents-to-be. Learn techniques that will help you both get off to a good start and avoid common problems. Topics include latch and positioning, knowing when and how much to feed your baby, and how to know that baby is getting enough. Partners are welcome and encouraged to join you!
Do you have questions about breastfeeding? Would you like to weigh your baby and see how he/she is growing? Would you like to meet other new mothers and babies? Join us for our Breastfeeding Support Group! This group is open to all mothers in the community and is facilitated by an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. We meet every Tuesday and Friday to provide encouragement and foster a sense of community. Registration is not required and the class is FREE.
Many new moms worry that continuing to breastfeed once they return to work will be too difficult. It can be done! Gain confidence and learn that with a little planning, you can successfully continue breastfeeding well beyond maternity leave.