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Did your baby forget to read the breastfeeding book? It is going to be okay. Many moms and their babies need help to breastfeed. Call us at (402) 423-6402 for a consultation with one of our board certified lactation consultants who will work with you and your baby to meet your breastfeeding goals. We do not deny consultation services based upon ability to pay.
babyworks is the boutique at MilkWorks! Find the latest and best baby and breastfeeding gear - from a source you can trust! Whether you need a part for your breast pump, a great nursing bra, or an adorable (or practical) baby present for your best friend. All of the proceeds from babyworks support the educational and clinical services at MilkWorks. You are helping moms and babies - at the same time you shop!
Christmas Eve: Closing at 2 pm
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year's Eve:Closing at 2 pm
New Year's Day: Closed
Learn more about Omaha home visits with one of our lactation consultants!
All About Breastfeeding: Tuesday, January 13 & 20; 6:30-8:30 pm; or Saturday, January 10, 10 am - 2:30 pm
Return to Work: Tuesday, January 27, 7-9 pm
Introducing Solids: Wednesday, January 14, 6:30-8:30 pm
Mom Talk - 10-11:30 am Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Twin Talk - Support for moms of multiples! If you are expecting twins, or breastfeeding multiples, please join other moms for learning and support. First and third Thursdays each month, 10-11:30 a.m.
December 5, 2014
By Ann Seacrest, RN, IBCLC, Executive Director of MilkWorks
For many people, this time of year focuses on the celebration of Christmas and the birth of Christ. While this message may get lost amidst the chaos of Black Friday and endless discounts, a mother and her baby, and those who surround them, are the real meaning of our celebration. Many mothers today are abundantly blessed with expert prenatal care, a supportive birth environment, and loving family help. Welcoming a new child is often full of joyous expectations.
Yet some new mothers will struggle with loss and disappointment. They will experience a difficult birth, postpartum depression, or breastfeeding challenges. Despite abundant resources, their expectations may not be fulfilled. We don’t always have answers. Sometimes the best we can do is listen to their stories and learn from their journeys. This is Ashley’s story...
You can now support MilkWorks through Pickit, the app made by UNL students who want to revolutionize the way non-profits raise money. Each time you use Pickit at a participating Lincoln merchant, the merchant donates to the non-profit you pick! Learn more at www.pickitmobile.com.