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Working with Your Child’s Doctor

Why do some healthcare professionals express only lukewarm support for breastfeeding? This is puzzling, since the scientific evidence in support of breastfeeding is overwhelming. Part of the explanation is that, simply put, they are human.... Read More

Global Professional Liaison Network (GPLN)

The Global Professional Liaison Network (GPLN)  is a resource for ongoing Leader education. The GPLN identifies and summarizes articles of importance to the breastfeeding community for LLL Leaders and Leader Applicants. It reviews LLL publications  upon request to verify that the technical content provides accurate and up-to-date data.  ... Read More

The Work of Mothering

Naomi Stadlen, London, UK Originally published November 2015, republished with the express permission of the author. “Mothering” is a word that carries a strong meaning to members of La Leche League. Elsewhere, though, it seems to have become less popular. People expect baby care to be shared and that mothers will get back to their … Read More

Working and Breastfeeding – Choosing a Child Care Provider

Going back to work and leaving your baby in someone else’s care can be one of the most difficult parts of returning to work. Choosing the right person and right setting takes care. You want to find a setting that will provide the kind of care and attention you would give. You want a setting that respects breastfeeding and your expressed breastmilk.  ... Read More

Working and Breastfeeding

You may choose to continue breastfeeding while working outside the home for many reasons - the best food for your baby, antibodies to protect your baby, great way to reconnect when you return from work, and continuing the special relationship of breastfeeding during your days at home.... Read More

Meeting #4: Nutrition, Weaning, Work

Here are ideas for Series Meeting #4. Some of them are just kernels of ideas, while others are complete outlines. We let you know who contributed each idea, if that information is available.  Remember to look over each idea carefully to be sure it is appropriate for your entity, as well as for the attendees in your local Group. If in doubt, contact your District Advisor or equivalent, or refer to the Leader Handbook section on meeting topics. If you have a successful meeting plan that you would like to share, please send it via email to and we will add it as soon as possible.... Read More

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