Happier, Healthier, Easier: Breastfeeding In The Real World is now open for enrollment! I am so excited about this class!!! Putting the curriculum together was an adventure. This is the first breastfeeding class to address the many experiences that mothers have breastfeeding in the real world. Rather than being based in theory and assuming that you will have a flawless experience breastfeeding, this class is about giving women actual strategies to navigate some of the questions and challenges that can arise during this special time on your baby’s life.

There are seven sections, each about a different aspect of breastfeeding:

  • Section 1: The Real Benefits of Breastfeeding
  • Section 2: The Biology of Breastfeeding
  • Section 3: Breastfeeding Your Baby
  • Section 4: Pumping
  • Section 5: Troubleshooting Problems On Mom’s Side
  • Section 6: Troubleshooting Problems On Baby’s Side
  • Section 7: The Toddler Years

Happier, Healthier, Easier: Breastfeeding In The Real World is available on Birth Multiverse’s Teachable site. You can see the course outline here.

This class is 100% online! You can learn any time and anywhere as long as there’s a good internet connection. Each section has presentations on different subjects along with digital handouts that go in-depth on specialized topics. You can pick which presentations and handouts you want to study.

There are almost 3 hours of video based instruction along with 28 handouts. You can enroll on the Teachable page for Happier, Healthier, Easier: Breastfeeding In The Real World. Once you enroll, you have lifetime access. The cost is $75. (Approximately the cost of 3 cans of formula.)

This class is great for pregnant moms, but also for moms who have tried breastfeeding before, struggled and want to try again. (You can successfully breastfeed after a difficult experience! I have seen it done!) There’s also information for mothers who are considering breastfeeding for an adopted baby. Whatever, your situation, Happier, Healthier, Easier will give you the tools you need to have a better breastfeeding experience!

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