“How to Protect Breastfeeding at Birth” meets from 10 – 11 am in the Cafe. Get some great tips from a certified childbirth educator from the University of Utah, Utah’s first and only Baby Friendly hospital. Are you familiar with the 10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding? Even if your birth center or hospital isn’t “Baby Friendly,” you can make your birth baby friendly with a little care and planning.
Local photographer Alisha Stamper is offering a workshop for new parents, “How to Get Better Photographs of Your Baby.” Meet in the Cafe from 11 am until 12 noon. Bring your camera — and your baby! Expectant parents and grandparents also welcome — there will be babies on hand to practice with if you are still “expecting!”
In the Cafe this morning, from 10 – 11 am, we will discuss “How to Protect Breastfeeding at Birth.” Whether you are expecting for the first time, or are an experienced mom, there is always something new to consider. Come discuss ways your upcoming birth can help you and your baby to breastfeed as simply and happily as possible. Little details can make all the difference!
Our presenter this morning is a certified childbirth educator from the University of Utah Medical Center. “The U” is Utah’s first and only hospital to be certified as Baby Friendly. The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) is an international movement to support breastfeeding, right when it starts — at birth. Learn more about the 10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding and Baby Friendly USA with the links provided — learn how to make your birth “Baby Friendly” in our workshop this morning!