Nourishing Newborns

Learn the basics to get breastfeeding off to a good start. Knowing the signs that breastfeeding is working builds confidence in yourself, and your baby. Recognizing the signs that you may need more help will prevent delay in getting additional support early.

Helpful for:

  • Parents new to breastfeeding


  • Partner’s impact on breastfeeding
  • Prenatal preparation
  • Latching techniques
  • How to build and maintain milk supply
  • Signs that baby is getting enough
  • Resources for more support

Upcoming Classes

April 10, June 18

7:00-9:30pm at Thresholds classroom in North Seattle.

Returning to Work Planning

Preparing to return to the workplace can feel stressful. In this class we acknowledge the various feelings nursing parents may have as they get ready to return to the workplace. This allows for self-care as you and your family move through this transition. Learn what to say to your employer and child’s caregiver, create a plan that feeds your baby, and protects your breastfeeding relationship. Knowing what you and your baby need, and how to plan reduces stress and worry and makes for a smoother adjustment.

Classes held in North Seattle.

I need it if:

  • Planning to return to work or school during the first year
  • Need help thinking through logistics of breastfeeding and bottle feeding
  • Unsure of my rights and employer responsibilities


  • How to talk to your employer
  • When to start preparing
  • Strategies to maintain milk supply
  • How to balance breast and bottle feeding
  • How your baby’s care provider can support breastfeeding
  • Specific tips for various types of industries
  • Resources for more support
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