while breastfeeding is a natural way to feed babies, it doesn't always come naturally

Mild discomfort in the first few days is normal, being in so much pain that you are clinching your teeth and just trying to survive each feeding is not. You should not be suffering.

If you are dreading every feeding, you need support. I can help.

Here, you can learn more about my lactation & infant feeding SERVICES.

Lactation & Infant Feeding

here are some things that I can help with:

What You Can Expect When I Support Your Feeding Journey

Breastfeeding Techniques

Pain During Breastfeeding

Engorgement / Breast Concerns

Hand Expression & Pumping

Weight / Growth Concerns

Low Supply / Over Supply

Breastfeeding After NICU

Returning to Work

Tongue Tie / Lip Tie Assessment

Lactation After Breast Surgery

Prenatal Breastfeeding Education

Here's What's Included In My Lactation Support:

Lactation & Infant Feeding

Lactation support is customized to your needs. We will have an initial consultation at that consult I will recommend how many hours of support your will need to meet your goals. Your consult will include:

your investment: $75 for initial in-person consultation. ADDITIONAL hours of support are $40 / hour

Addressing any lactation concerns

An assessment - including infant oral exam

Guidance on breastfeeding and pumping including flange sizing

A plan to support your lactation goals

Pregnant and want to take a breast feeding class?


I offer breast a breastfeeding class for moms that know they want to breastfeed or the mom that isn't sure but wants to explore breastfeeding as an option. Breastfeeding classes are held in the comfort of your home. Your class will include:

your investment: $150

90 minute class

Breastfeeding guide

Address any lactation concerns

Measure you for proper flange fit

How My Lactation & Infant Feeding Services Work

step 1: schedule a consultation

Book your free call

During our initial phone call, we can schedule your consultation.  I will send you a contract, and invoice. 

step 2: in-person consultation

I will arrive and we will address your concerns. Together, we will set some goals & create a plan.

step 3: continued support

If needed, we will continue support for as long as needed in order to meet your goals.


WHY CHOOSE ME AS YOUR lactation specialist?

Here are the reasons moms come to me.

Having a baby and learning to breastfeed can feel overwhelming, even if there are no issues.I can help guide you through the the transitional period and watch out for any warning signs or potential health concerns. I can be especially helpful to the nons who do not have a lot of friends or family close for support.

Emotional support

Babies have their own signals and cues. As a new mom recovering from giving
birth, you may find it difficult to interpret your baby's signals. Don't worry, I speak baby and I will help you decipher your baby's cues.

I Can Speak Baby

When you are experiencing challenges and need help and advice, you want someone who is an expert in their field. I have advanced Training and skills in lactation and infant feeding.

experienced Care

Am I The lactation consultant for you?
Book a call with me

Let's chat, and you can learn more about how I can support you.

Are you a mom or mom-to-be in Hamilton County?

Need Another Reason To Hire A Lactation Consultant?

Studies show that mothers who have lactation support:

Are more likely initiate breastfeeding

Had a 95% increase in exclusive breastfeeding from 1 month to 6 months

Had improvement in mental health outcomes

Had improved postpartum recovery


meet the moms

The mom who...

...just wants to be successful at breastfeeding

Meet The Moms I Support

The mom who... ready to throw in the towel and can't figure out why breastfeeding is so hard

The mom who...

...knows something is not quite right but doesn't know what it is

The mom who... exclusively pumping to provide the best for her NICU baby

The mom who... getting ready to go back to work and wants to transition to pumping and bottle feeding

Your lactation and infant feeding FAQs

I've just found out I'm pregnant! Is it too early to book? 

Not necessarily, I offer breastfeeding class for pregnant moms. I recommend taking that class or my childbirth education class between 27-32 weeks of pregnancy. **breastfeeding class is included in childbirth education class**

can you help me when I am still in the hospital?

Yes, I can come to your birth location and help you with those early days of breastfeeding.

Can you help me if I decide to not breastfeed?

Yes, if you decide to transition breastfeeding, I am here to help. Whether that is exclusive pumping, formula feeding or transitioning to solids

Where are you based? How far can you travel?

I support laboring moms in Noblesville, Westfield, Carmel, Fishers and the surrounding areas. If you're a little further out, get in touch - and I'll see if I can help you.

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