Ashley Treadwell is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), blogger on the topic of breastfeeding, and advocate for judgment-free breastfeeding support for all mothers. A lifelong friend of founder, Robin Kaplan, Ashley joined the San Diego Breastfeeding Center in 2013 in order to provide support for new moms. Ashley completed her lactation consultant training and certification at University of California, San Diego, including clinical training at the Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women and Newborns and the outpatient clinic at Kaiser Family Health Services. She also holds a Bachelors in Sociology from University of California, Davis. Prior to joining SDBFC, Ashley worked in the human resources field.
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We’re continuing our series to help guide new breastfeeding moms through important milestones during that first year. In this episode, we’ll focus on what typically happens to your breastfeeding relationship during months 2 through 6.
We’re continuing our series to help guide new breastfeeding moms through important milestones during that first year. In this episode, we’ll focus on what typically happens to your breastfeeding relationship during weeks 3 through 6.
For a new mom, breastfeeding is a new challenge that comes with many rewards. We’re continuing our series that breaks down what moms can expect during the first year of life. This episode explores what breastfeeding typically looks like during the second week after the birth of your baby.
New to breastfeeding? We’re breaking down what to expect during the first year. In the second part of our series, we’ll focus on what to expect during the first week. When does colostrum turn into mature milk? How long will breastfeeding sessions typically be? Plus, what to expect with your baby’s weight loss.