First 24 Hours of Breastfeeding Class

Essential breastfeeding information

The first 24 hours of breastfeeding can have a profound impact on your breastfeeding journey.  Learn how to make the first day of breastfeeding as easy and possible! 

What does the First 24 Hours of Breastfeeding class cover?

  • When you should first latch baby and why the timing matters.
  • The importance of skin to skin contact and how it helps breastfeeding.
  • The benefits of keeping mom and baby together.
  • Establishing your milk supply.  
  • The dangers of using formula or bottles right after birth.
  • Learn the easiest breastfeeding position for a deep, pain free latch.  
  • Baby’s hunger and full cues.  
  • How swaddling can impact breastfeeding.
  • Special circumstances and more!

How much does the First 24 Hours of Breastfeeding 
class cost? 

Every mother wishing to breastfeed should have access to breastfeeding information to get things off to a great start.  This class is free but registration is required.  

How do I sign up? 

If you would like to sign up or need more information, please click here to contact me, or you may call 303.601.5689 or send an email to  

Flourish, Baby! LLC
PO Box #411, Hygiene, CO 80533
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Prices subject to change without notice.  The prices on the website supersede any previous price on the website or other postings including social media.  All class and service fees are non-refundable  Discounts may not be combined.  The contents of this site and classes are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It does not replace the need for services provided by a medical professional. Always seek the advice of your health care provider before taking any prescription, over the counter drugs, using essential oils, herbs, following a treatment, etc. Only your health care provider can provide you with advice on what is safe and effective for you and your baby in your specific situation. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard.