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Hi, I’m the owner, Stephanie, and I am a mom, an IBCLC (Lactation Consultant) and RN since 2011. In my career as a NICU nurse, I naturally gravitate towards the success of breastfeeding moms and babies. My personal experience  blossomed in 2017 when I became a mother, and since with my girls born in 2021 and 2023. None of my personal breastfeeding stories were easy, and those experiences drive my passion to as a lactation consultant . My  experience as a hospital based lactation consultant in post-partum/NICU, teaching classes, and facilitating the Mom Village MKE Facebook group has taught me what moms really need. Time and experience have elevated my practice to be one of the most highly trained IBCLC's in Wisconsin .

I believe in getting to the root cause of problems and utilize the respective expertise of bodyworkers, tongue-tie professionals and the like to provide the best care. I have a passion for physiologic birth and believe knowledge is power. Good help is hard to find, and moms deserve nothing but the best. My goals are helping you achieve yours!

Marie, '22                         Brooke '23, Ian '17

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Hi, I’m Kristi. I have been a registered nurse since 1998.  I was fortunate enough to start my nursing career in labor and delivery and postpartum right after college.  Helping moms with breast feeding quickly became a passion of mine.  This passion came full circle with the birth of my first child.  It was one of the most wonderful experiences of my life, even though I did have some struggles.  As my family grew, so did my nursing career.  I became an IBCLC in 2016 and worked inpatient lactation until 2022.  I now strive to offer evidence-based, quality breast-feeding support in the comforts of your own home. 
I can help with latching/positioning, supply and weight gain, weaning and bottle feeding.  I can also assist with struggles including low supply or over supply, nipple pain, and returning to work.  My hope is for you to achieve success in your individually catered journey through breast feeding.  

Sam '03, Sadie '05, Greta '09, Max '11

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