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An entire library of resources to help you successfully navigate breastfeeding and pumping
Let Breastfeeding Be Simple.Discover our digital library of helpful tools and resources for preventing milk supply issues, easing exhaustion, breastfeeding comfortably, and navigating your return to work or school.
Breastfeeding answers at your fingertips.
For a limited time, get access to our complete Breastfeeding Rescue Toolbox digital library for just $22
✓ Quick-read guides that make getting answers easy
✓ Includes our four bestselling breastfeeding tools–the Common Problems Support Kit, the Breastfeeding Starter Kit, the Back-to-Work Starter Kit, and the Dairy-Free Breastfeeding Starter Kit
✓ Also includes a Resource Navigation Guide so you know exactly where in the toolbox to find relevant answers to your most pressing concerns
✓ Includes printable resources for monitoring milk supply, ensuring safe sleep, going back to work while pumping, and much more
✓ Be confident in your milk supply, knowing you have the tools to maintain it or boost it if you need to.
✓ Feel relaxed about breastfeeding, because you know how to avoid the most common pitfalls.
✓ Quickly get to the bottom of feeding issues, so you can spend more time enjoying your baby.
✓ Focus on getting rest, because you got this breastfeeding thing down pat.
✓ Be the parent who can answer other moms’ questions, instead of wondering them yourself!
I remember feeling so uncertain when I began breastfeeding my first baby. Things weren’t a total disaster, but I made a lot of mistakes in the beginning that caused problems down the road–problems I could have easily avoided if I had the right information sooner.
Those struggles motivated me to learn more, and now I’m an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Every day, moms come to me with the same issues and questions I once had: How do I increase my supply? Should I be supplementing? What can I do to help my sore nipples? I’m worried I won’t be able to breastfeed for much longer, and I could really use a nap.
So I took my knowledge and training, condensed it, and created a breastfeeding resource that was a quick read without sacrificing accuracy. A resource that gets to the heart of common breastfeeding concerns so moms can stop worrying and start enjoying their baby.
For something so “natural,” breastfeeding doesn’t always come naturally. And breastfeeding answers are too often buried in long books we don’t have time to read, or scattered across the internet in places we can’t find.
That’s why the quick-read guides in our Toolbox are short and split into four distinct toolkits. Here are just a few of the many resources included in this amazing digital library:
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The Breastfeeding Rescue Toolbox is packed with information breastfeeding moms need but too often don’t get. It’s broken down into four kits:
For some lucky moms, breastfeeding is a breeze. But most of us experience setbacks at one point or another. For example, it’s not unusual for supply issues to pop up (especially 3-4 months postpartum!) or for things to change as baby ages.
Currently, less than 25% of moms in the United States exclusively breastfeed for the recommended 6 months (in the UK, that number is less than 3%!). This doesn’t mean breastfeeding is a lofty goal though! It just means moms need more information and support. Which is exactly why I created this toolbox.
Absolutely. Think about it: One can of powdered infant formula typically costs between $20 and $47, and that can will be empty in a matter of days.
In most cases, the Breastfeeding Rescue Toolbox is actually going to cost less than it would cost to formula-feed for one week.
But it’s not just about money: It’s about your sanity too. There are fewer things more frustrating than feeling like you’ve tried “all the things” only to have a problem remain. The Breastfeeding Rescue Toolbox is designed to prevent issues. If they appear, the toolbox has answers. And if those answers aren’t enough, you’ll know seeking in-person support will be a good idea.
So much! If I had to sum it up: You’ll learn tips to maintain and boost your milk supply, you’ll gain confidence in your ability to breastfeed, and most importantly, you’ll begin to recognize and avoid common “booby traps” that regularly sabotage breastfeeding.
You could, but the truth is, most pediatricians don’t actually have lactation training or may have incomplete breastfeeding education.
And it can be almost impossible for the providers who do have lactation training to squeeze in thorough breastfeeding education in a standard 20-minute well check once every couple months.
While a mom group can be a great place to get information and support, depending on who runs the group and how well moderated it is, online support groups might not provide the accurate info you need.
It can be hard to tell if the advice you’re getting is evidence-based or simply culturally biased popular opinion. A lot of “tips” spread in some support groups can actually lower milk supply over time, cause breastfeeding issues, or make them worse. Support groups are important, but they need to be moderated and run well to be most effective.
Start with the Resource Navigation Guide. This contains a table of contents so you can see everything in the Toolbox at a glance. It then directs you to the resources that will be most helpful depending on your needs. If you’re in a hurry and want to get the most out of the guide in as little time as possible, there’s directions for that too!
Your toolbox is an instant download! No physical product will be mailed.
After you make your purchase, links to download your resources will automatically appear. You can download all resources at once through a .zip file, or you can download the resources you’re most interested in one at a time (in .pdf format). A copy of these download links will also be emailed to you.
The download link emailed to you will expire after a time, so be sure to download everything right away. If your emailed download link expires, simply shoot me an email via my “Contact Me” page on MomMakesJoy.com and I’ll happily resend you a fresh link.
Not all hospitals have lactation consultants on staff, and not all nurses on the Labor & Delivery floor have lactation training! And nurses who do might have only a limited amount.
Plus, the kinds of issues that give most moms the biggest problems typically begin well after discharge from the hospital. If your hospital does have a lactation consultant on staff, there’s unfortunately a good chance that in your brief consultation she won’t be able to cover all the information that will help you be successful long term.
This resource is NOT designed to be a substitute for in-person or professional healthcare advice.
This guide will better equip you to ask the right questions. It can give you a sense of when seeking a second opinion from another professional might be a good idea.
But some breastfeeding issues will require in-person and/or professional support, and some babies will need formula. That said, breastfeeding education can help lower your chances of experiencing issues that necessitate formula or the need for professional care.
It might be! But probably not. Usually breastfeeding solutions–even the best ones–aren’t instantaneous. Some time and effort on your part will be required.
While I am confident this guide contains useful, new information for breastfeeding parents, if you don’t learn anything new from this resource, I’ll refund 100% of your money within 14 days of your purchase.
This guide is written to be a resource for normal mother-baby dyads in situations not complicated by health conditions, prematurity, or special circumstances. While many of the principles explained in this guide apply to everyone, some mothers will need to seek in-person support for more complicated issues. Again, this guide can give you a sense of what is “normal” and what might warrant special help. Always seek in-person support and consult your healthcare provider with concerns.
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