Meg is the mother of three active boys. In between breastfeeding her youngest boy, chasing after her oldest two boys, blogging, writing, giving talks and occasionally sleeping. Meg works with women to help them reach their breastfeeding goals!
Her background is in counseling and sexual health. She was also a La Leche League Leader (breastfeeding counsellor) for seven years before becoming an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Needless to say, she is passionate about helping women reach their breastfeeding goals and loves helping to get the word out about how women can do this!!
She is able to help with all things breastfeeding during a consultation. Things she has helped women with include: sore nipples, tongue and lip ties, breastfeeding during the early weeks, over-supply, under-supply, plugged ducts, mastitis, weaning, pumping, returning to work, nursing toddlers and night time challenges, premature babies and breastfeeding multiples.
Episodes for this expert
If you need to be away from your baby, most breastfeeding moms think of pumping or perhaps using donor milk. But what about having another mother breastfeed your baby? It’s called wet nursing or cross nursing and it’s been around a lot longer than breast pumps- that’s for sure. What’s the history of wet nursing in the United States? And how are moms using it today? Real moms share their real experience.