Lactation Education Classes

Learn How to Prepare your Family to
Support a Successful Breastfeeding Experience!

For moms and babies, breastfeeding is a learned skill that can be a journey filled with many mountains and valleys. When women and members of the family support system learn about breastfeeding before the baby is born it sets them up for a successful start. 

This fun three-hour breastfeeding education course gives moms and families an opportunity to learn and prepare in a fun and engaging environment. 

When: Contact us for current dates

Where: At our Naperville/Aurora Clinic with the option to join via Zoom if desired

Cost: $10 out of pocket or billable to most BCBS or Aetna insurance plans

Call 708-478-1820 or email info@bdiplayhouse to register

Join us and get answers to commonly asked questions about breastfeeding, including:

  • How will I know if my baby is getting enough to eat?
  • Will I have enough milk to feed my baby?
  • What does a good latch look like?
  • How often do I need to feed my baby?
  • Will breastfeeding hurt?
  • How can I go back to work and breastfeed?
  • How can I tell if my baby is hungry?
  • When will my milk “come in?”
  • How often should I pump?
  • Is it OK to supplement?
  • What if my baby won’t take a bottle?
  • What foods are safe to eat while breastfeeding?
  • I’ve had breast surgery, does this mean I won’t be able to breastfeed?
  • Can I take medication while breastfeeding?
  • How can I safely store and warm up my milk?
  • What should I do if my baby won’t latch?
  • When should I stop breastfeeding?