For breastfeeding moms who desire to feed discreetly, I often suggest layering their clothing by wearing a tank top under their blouse or shirt. (Read More)
Hunger is a major topic for the breastfeeding family. Whether the concern is if the baby is getting enough to eat at each feeding session or if mother’s...(Read More)
"I don't have any milk."
"My baby never gets full."
These are some of the most common statements that moms make... (Read More)
Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don't keep it to yourself, let folks know. (Read More)
Ms. Lydia chats with Trina of Parenting for Liberation about Blactation and the need for culturally relatable breastfeeding support within the Black community. (Read More)
As our country entered a baby formula shortage, I sat with Beth Meyers of Parents to discuss what is involved to re-lactate and what breastfeeding families need during this crisis. (Read More)
I sat down with Beth Meyers to discuss the updated position by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) on breastfeeding duration and what families need to meet this new recommendation. (Read More)
Shameless Maya is a social media influencer who currently lives in Sweden. Maya reached out to me for support with breastfeeding and details her experience in this video. (Watch full vide here)
Erika Dudley, fellow lactation consultant invited me to chat with her about my journey into the field of lactation and birth support. When asked what advice I had for those wanting to enter the field, I said, "Don't wait. Just do it." (Listen Here)
Feeding your children from your own body can benefit the baby’s overall nutrition and immune system, but through the course of history, the right to do so has often been denied Black and Indigenous people who give birth.
Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About How to Become an IBCLC In this recorded session, learn from brand new certificants Lydia Boyd, Nichelle Clark, and Morenike Kritzer. Recorded 6 January 2021.