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Virtual Replays

The 12 Days of Breastfeeding Summit

Understanding your unique breastfeeding journey with your baby takes time. But it’s often during this transition period that new moms say it feels the most difficult to continue nursing. So we’re sharing not only what to expect in those precious first weeks after birth, but solutions to common problems to ensure you’re off to the best start for a successful breastfeeding adventure.

does this sound familiar?

  • You’re a mom-to-be unsure of what to expect when breastfeeding
  • You’d like to try breastfeeding/body feeding but don’t know where to start
  • You know you’ll need to pump but aren’t sure where to start
Trust me, I’ve been there!


You’re experiencing this problem because...

01. This isn’t taught!

If you didn’t grow up watching mothers breastfeed, helping them, and asking copious questions chances are you weren’t taught much about breastfeeding. It certainly isn’t a part of school sex-ed classes, birth isn’t either.

02. You need more than that hospital class

Whether or not you have been able to take a hospital lactation class you need more. These classes are great for covering the basics and hearing some of the questions others may have, but time is limited and the information is too. The 12 Days of Breastfeeding Summit Replays offers over 12 hours of whole health lactation education!

03. Your journey is unique

Facebook groups are great but each family has a different feeding journey. In The 12 Days of Breastfeeding Summit Replays, we cover topics you might not think to ask about, along with evidence-based information about topics you have the most questions about.


You felt confident about feeding your baby

  • Finding the right feeding position after giving birth would be simple
  • You’d feel excited to start your feeding journey rather than insecure and anxious
  • You have a support system and plan for meeting your feeding goals
  • You’d know what to do whether going back to work or breastfeeding in public

let me introduce…

The 12 Days of Breastfeeding Summit Replays

Your digital how-to guide for preparing for your best feeding journey after birth

The 12 Days of Breastfeeding Summit Replays Might be for you if…
  • You’re pregnant and want to breastfeed
  • You’d like to support someone in their feeding journey
  • You’re newly postpartum and need lactation help



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Day 1 Replays


The First Few Weeks

Tracey Jedrzejek, (MA, IBCLC, ICST) and Shari from Navigating Parenthood for a Q&A covering all the common problems postpartum nursing moms face in the early weeks after birth.



Chiyo founders Jennifer and Irene talk about postpartum nutrition while demonstrating how to make a healthy snack to boost lactation. 


Breastfeeding Positions

Bring your babies or baby dolls (if still expecting) to the Doula Sisters‘ breastfeeding demo. Thamar Innocent and Berenice Kernizan (childbirth educators & full-spectrum doulas) will cover all the different breastfeeding positions you can try to find what works best for your family.


Mama Mantra

Sometimes expecting and newborn mothers feel a lot of stress and anxiety around breastfeeding. Om Mommas founder, Kristine McGlinchey, will lead a positive breastfeeding and new mama mantra to push those worries aside. You’ve got this! Bonus: Be sure to get your free download to keep the positivity going. 


Pumping Options

Tracey Jedrzejek, (MA, IBCLC, ICST) shares when and why to use a pump and the different types that exist. Plus, how to store your milk!



Postpartum comes with a roller coaster of hormones, but breastfeeding can also contribute to this. During this session, Pragati Gusmano (ND) of Happy + Well Health will cover how breastfeeding affects hormones and what to do.


Baby Sleep

There’s a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to safe and “normal” infant sleep. Hey Sleepy Baby‘s Rachael Shepard-Ohta discusses what to expect of a breastfed baby’s sleep and sheds light on the bad advice we’re all given.

Day 2 Replays



Mom, lifestyle expert, TV personality & podcast host, Ali Levine, shares why self-advocacy is so important as a breastfeeding mom during this LIVE Q&A.


Nipple Types & Soothers

The Boob Boss, Rue Khosa (ARNP, FNP-BC, IBCLC), explains why it’s important to know your nipple type — there are many! — and covers her favorite solutions for soothing sore nipples of all kinds.


Confident Breastfeeding

During this session, Loyal Hana founder, Shelley Suh, and director of brand development, Julia Eisenstein, talk with Rachel Nicks about ways to feel confident as a nursing parent and how to find the laws that protect your right to pump or body feed based on your state.


Tongue & Lip Ties

Whether you’ve heard about tongue ties before or not, this is a talk you won’t want to miss! Rebecca Costello (IBCLC MPH) of In the Flow Lactation shares what a tongue/lip tie is, signs that your baby might have one, where to go to have it checked, and what to do after a revision


Herbs for Lactation

Whether you’d like to boost your milk supply, maintain it or dry things up, Beth of Wild Child Apothecary has the answers. Beth shares the best herbs for lactation, how to make a tincture, and what herbs you should avoid.


Anxiety Release

Feeling anxious? Spend 30 minutes with Pause Breathwork Facilitator, Tanya Saunders— she’ll lead you through a demonstration of proper breathwork and release all that tension


Making the Transition

The becoming of a mother is a massive transformation. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been around kids all your life or already have a little at home, each new mothering journey births a new mother. And we want to empower you through this time. Dr. Gertrude Lyons closes our summit with a motivational conversation about the motherhood transition.


hi, i’m shari!

I’m a scrunchy, perpetually tired, socially awkward extended breastfeeding NorCal mom behind Navigating Parenthood. I’m also a lactation educator, breastfeeding specialist, postpartum doula, mother roaster, ICST, and infant massage instructor. I’ve been the mom who is worried she won’t be able to breastfeed, the mom with mastitis and cracked nipples, the confidant breastfeeder, the not-so-confidant breastfeeder, and the mom on little number 3 struggling to wait for her milk to increase after birth. My hope is that this summit helps you gain more info, tools, and resources that you can have in your pocket should you need them so that you’re not filled with panic or anxiety during this important journey.

I’m at 24 weeks and this was great to listen to and remind myself of what I’m capable of. Thank you!

I’m ready to join!

frequently asked questions

Once you purchase, ThriveCart will automatically enroll you in the “course” to see the event replays. You have full access to everything on-demand after finishing the disclaimer module which means you can go through the recordings in order or just check out the ones you want to learn from the most.

You’ll get access to the recordings for 6-months.

Due to the digital nature of this product, refunds are not available.

The event was originally called “The 12 Days of Breastfeeding Summit” and so the replays have kept the same name. This is not to exclude anyone and in future events, we plan to change the wording to include “body feeding” and “feeding” along with breastfeeding or chestfeeding terms.