Everything you need to know about returning to work, using your breast pump and giving your baby a bottle.
** – Classes are happening as scheduled during the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held virtually with Zoom. Classes in June and beyond TBA, to be held at BBC if our public health situation allows.
Monday, March 30, 2020 – 6:30 – 8:30 PM cancelled
$45 per person
In this class we talk about all you need to know to be able to continue breastfeeding after you return to work.
Planning with your employer, your legal rights
Pumping, scheduling, flange fit, pump settings
Other pumping tips, tricks and tips
Human milk storage and handling
Maintaining your milk supply
Bottle feeding, how much milk to offer
Your freezer stash of stored milk, how much to have before you first day back
Preparing yourself, your family and your caregivers for your return to work
Breastfeeding at 6 months, 12 month and beyond.
We’ll also address your questions, concerns and anything else you’d like to discuss about going back to work and breastfeeding beyond the early weeks.
Babies are very welcome to accompany you to class. You can also leave baby home if you feel like you will better absorb the class material without baby in arms. You are welcome to bring your breast pump if you have questions about it or if you need to pump during class.
While this class is intended for families who have already had their babies and are currently breastfeeding, you are welcome to attend this class when you are pregnant if needed or desired.
This class is taught by Alison Spath, IBCLC. Alison teaches our Introduction to Breastfeeding class, facilitates our weekly breastfeeding support group Breastfeeding Cafe and also offers private lactation consults in your home or at Alison’s home office.