Baby Care and Lactation in Disaster Conditions
Due to the recent devastations in Florida and Houston, we're offering direct support to lactating mothers and parents of infants.
Video Topics Include
Do I need to do anything differently if I'm breastfeeding?
How do I clean my breast pump parts?
How do I pump breast milk without electricity?
How would I store breast milk without electricity and how long is it viable?
What if my baby is just using formula?
What if my resources are limited?
What's the best way to respond to my baby's needs?
What about mom's needs?
a few of our corporate clients:
Such a great resource for new moms in the city! I rented a hospital grade pump from them ($90/mo for a Medela Symphony) and have since been back at least once a week for something or another - and to feed my baby in the nice space in the back and connect with random other moms in the city.
The bottom line is that the staff are amazing, the space is inviting, and most importantly the activities are joyful and helping my baby grow to his fullest potential.
This place is amazing. As a new mom, I was paranoid about bringing my newborn to places and had so many questions. DayOne has been my savior! The staff has been incredibly nice and helpful...I called one day about an issue I was having with baby and the co-founder emailed me back within a couple hours with some advice (so personal)!