AABN Breastfeeding Support

Written by admin   // January 30, 2012   // 0 Comments

On Thursday, February 9 at 5 p.m. the African American Breastfeeding Network of Milwaukee will host its second Breastfeeding Community Gathering of the year, “The First Month, The Most Important”.

Dalvery Blackwell, AABN Program Manager and a co-founder of the coalition will be the presenter.  Many mothers start breastfeeding in the hospital, but quickly quit soon after returning home.  The focus of this event is to encourage exclusive breastfeeding and to help mothers know how to resolve some of the common problems that might arise during the first month so that they can have breastfeeding success.

Dalvery Blackwell, IBCLC

Program Manager, Co-Founder

African American Breastfeeding Network of Milwaukee

(414) 264-3441

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On Thursday, February 9 at 5 p.m. the African American Breastfeeding Network of Milwaukee will host its second Breastfeeding Community Gathering of the year, “The First Month, The Most Important”.  See attached flyer for details…please help spread the good news to pregnant mothers and their families.

Dalvery Blackwell, AABN Program Manager and a co-founder of the coalition will be the presenter.  Many mothers start breastfeeding in the hospital, but quickly quit soon after returning home.  The focus of this event is to encourage exclusive breastfeeding and to help mothers know how to resolve some of the common problems that might arise during the first month so that they can have breastfeeding success.


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