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Breastfeed Durham
Breastfeed Durham
Breastfeed Durham is a health equity advocacy group located in Durham, North Carolina. It is our hope that every family in our community understands the benefits of breastfeeding, and is then able to make informed decisions that are right for them. We celebrate any amount of breastmilk received by an infant, whether breast- or chestfeeding, given by bottle, or provided by another method (supplemental nursing system, syringe, spoon, gastrostomy tube, Haberman Feeder). Though our focus is human milk feeding, Breastfeed Durham strives to support all Durham families, including families that use formula.

Come decorate ornaments in a casual and fun space!

Alex from The Well-Carried Child will provide basic babywearing information and offer carrier fit checks!
Breastfeed Durham and MilkXchange will be there to chat about breastfeeding spaces in the community and workplace. We’ll talk about breast milk, feeding, exchanging, and anything else!

Who is this event for?

  • ANY parent or caregiver with a baby or toddler

Do I need to bring anything?

  • Come with or without your child
  • We are always a breastfeeding friendly community, so please feel welcome to feed your baby however you need. (Outlets available for pumps, too!)
  • We will have light snacks and beverages

Friday December 9th, 2022 | 10am – 12pm EST

Durham East Regional Library
211 Lick Creek Ln, Durham, NC 27703



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