La Leche League Leaders

La Leche League Leaders
La Leche League Leaders

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year Charleston, SC

Come help us start the year out with a bang and meet some new friends for the new year.

We hope your holiday season hasn't been too hectic and you and your nurslings have made it to a new year. We're here to help you with all of your breastfeeding questions or concerns. We look forward to seeing you at one of our meetings in January.

All meetings are free and any woman interested in breastfeeding is welcome. We welcome pregnant, breastfeeding and pumping mothers and their children.

10 Tips to Breastfeeding for a Year from La Leche League International

1. find support
2. learn to breastfeed in public
3. limit the use of bottles and pacifiers
4. find ways to involve your partner
5. breastfeed for comfort
6. create a daily rhythm
7. recognize the signs of a nursing strike
8. handle one day at a time
9. don’t view breastfeeding as an “all or nothing” proposition
10. enjoy the moment

Jaunary 4th FIRST FRIDAY Gathering: 10:15 am - St Andrew's Church at 440 Whilden Street in Mount Pleasant. Parking is on Venning St.
For more information call Carissa 843-654-1240 or email Marlo

January 15th THIRD TUESDAY Gathering: 9:30 am - Mount Pleasant Hospital (office building side RM #3) at 3500 North Highway 17 in Mount Pleasant.
For more information email Naomi or call Beth 843-469-4404

January 18th Third Friday Gathering: 10:15 AM at the John Wesley United Methodist Church, 626 Savannah Highway (US17), Charleston/West Ashley.
For more information call Marlea 901-210-7541 or email Hillary

Meetings are free, informal and fun. We don't mind moms having to come late or leave early... we have all had to live on "baby time" before so don't let that last minute diaper change on the way out stop you from coming out.

La Leche League Leaders are experienced mothers who have breastfed their own babies and who have been trained and accredited by La Leche League International to help mothers and mothers-to-be with all aspects of breastfeeding. They are available by phone or email whenever you have breastfeeding questions or concerns.

1 comment:

Dean said...

thanks for posting