General Info


Milk Supply

  • One mother’s blog and story of coping with low supply and links to resources, books and tips
  • Motherfood is a wonderful book that discusses lactogenic foods around the world
  • MOBI– Mothers Overcoming Breastfeeding Issues, great resource for supply issues
  • Making More Milk– Web site and book for mothers dealing with low milk supply

Milk Expression, Pumping, Working and Storage

Tongue Tie (ankyloglossia)

Holistic Care

Special Circumstances

  • Breastfeeding your Late Preterm Baby handout
  • Kangaroo Care for your Premature or Ill Baby handout
  • Breastfeeding your Premature or Ill Baby handout
  • Tortilcollis and the Breastfed Baby handout
  • Reflux in the Breastfed Baby handout
  • Breastfeeding with Diabetes handout
  • Planning to Breastfeed a Baby with Medical Problems handout
  • Jaundice in the Breastfed Baby handout
  • Safe formula preparation, WHO guidelines

Older Babies

  • Baby Led Weaning – A baby-led approach to starting solids
  • Breastfeeding the Older Baby handout
  • Taking Care of the Breastfed Baby’sTeeth handout

Mothering Multiples

Lactation after Infant Loss

Recommended Reading

  • Books for Parents
  • Books for Professionals
  • Hale Publishing Books – A good collection of books and handouts on breastfeeding for parents/professionals, including Medications and Mother’s Milk
  •– A good source for new and used books on breastfeeding, digital books are also available like, The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding
  • Powell’s Books – A local, independent bookstore and online provider of quality new and used books with many titles for parents and professionals

Misc Info

  • The Babywearer– Good informational site about baby wearing and also for baby carrier reviews
  • Mountain Rose Herbs – A resource for quality, organic hard-to-find herbs.
  • Soft Star Shoes – OK, so these are totally not breastfeeding related but they are my favorite local Oregon shoe company for babies (and big people)

Disclaimer: All material on this website is provided for educational purposes only, although every effort is made to provide accurate and up-to-date information.  If you are concerned about your health, or that of your child, consult with your health care provider regarding the advisability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your individual situation.