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For many moms, breastfeeding a newborn has its challenges and I’m regularly asked for tips and advice on breastfeeding a newborn, particularly from those moms that are experiencing challenges with their breastfeeding.
In this week’s episode, I’m chatting with lactation counselor Lacy Reason all about breastfeeding a newborn. Lacy is a mum of 3 who teaches moms how to breastfeed a newborn and helps them through their challenges.
During this episode you’ll hear Lacy talk about:-
- Tips to reduce soreness when breastfeeding a newborn.
- Tips to help your baby when they have tongue tie or a lip tie.
- The difference between foremilk and hindmilk.
And much more…
Links Mentioned in the Episode
- Lacy’s website.
- FREE freezer inventory log to help track frozen breast milk.
- Boost Your Milk Supply in Just 5 Days challenge.
- Early Motherhood Guide on Facebook.
- Early Motherhood Guide on Instagram.
- Early Motherhood Guide YouTube channel.
About Lacy Reason
Lacy Reason is a passionate mom of three kids and a dedicated lactation educator. She has been breastfeeding her own children for over five years and sharing her expertise as a lactation counselor with many more. Her knowledge on the subject is vast, ranging from techniques to tips on making the process easier.
As an advocate for mothers and babies, she uses her experience to write articles, which can be found at earlymotherhoodguide.com.
Through her blog, Lacy also offers comprehensive courses on breastfeeding for expecting mothers as well as those already nursing their little ones. Additionally, Lacy runs virtual support groups and hosts webinars to help moms everywhere successfully breastfeed their babies. With this initiative, she hopes to further promote awareness around the importance of breastfeeding while providing helpful resources along the way.
When not assisting other moms or writing articles, Lacy still finds time to spend with her family and loves taking care of her kids by playing games or reading bedtime stories together!