Hi! I'm Erin - your baby feeding guide...
Here's a great joke for you...
As a nurse practitioner for babies and a certified lactation counselor, I understand the struggles when it comes to feeding babies.
Because of this, I thought I would be golden when it came time to feed a sweet little baby of my own.
I remember saying that pregnancy was hard, but having a newborn would be easy.
Wow. So much overconfidence. At least I can laugh about it now...right?
Breastfeeding was much harder than expected and there were so many unknowns. And the expectations and shame heaped on by the internet, facebook groups, friends, and my late-night google searches. No thanks!
I needed a judgment-free space to ask questions and figure out how to feed my baby in a way that worked best for me.
It got even worse when I started combination feeding. I was shocked by the lack of credible, research-based resources when it came to choosing a formula and how to combination feed.
So many experts focus on breastfeeding or pumping, or formula. But where was the comprehensive knowledge for me to find the balance that worked best for me?
So I started sharing tips and advice and eventually started Baby Feeding Coach so I can help families like you find a balance between breastmilk and formula.
As a business owner, mom, wife, and nurse, I know life is busy.
Motherhood isn’t easy. It’s messy. And it’s hard. And can feel so isolating.
But feeding your baby doesn’t have to be.
You aren’t going at this alone. I’m here to be the holistic baby-feeding resource I wish I
Whether you need info on feeding with breast, bottle, or bites - consider me your nurse/friend here to dish up education AND empathy side by side.
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