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Did your baby forget to read the breastfeeding book? It is going to be okay. Many moms and their babies need help to breastfeed. Call us at (402) 423-6402 for a consultation with one of our board certified lactation consultants who will work with you and your baby to meet your breastfeeding goals. We do not deny consultation services based upon ability to pay.
babyworks is the boutique at MilkWorks! Find the latest and best baby and breastfeeding gear - from a source you can trust! Whether you need a part for your breast pump, a great nursing bra, or an adorable (or practical) baby present for your best friend. All of the proceeds from babyworks support the educational and clinical services at MilkWorks. You are helping moms and babies - at the same time you shop!
All About Breastfeeding: Tuesday, May 19 & 26; 6:30-8:30 pm; or Saturday, May 2, 10 am - 2:30 pm
Return to Work: Tuesday, April 21, 7-9 pm
Introducing Solids: Saturday, April 25, 10-noon
New! Introducing Solids for Babies with a Food Intolerance: Friday, April 24, 10am-noon
Babywearing Event: Saturday, April 18: 10 am -noon, attend a monthly meeting of the Lincoln Babywearers and meet other parents who wear their babies; noon-2 pm, in store specials, giveaways, treats and demonstrations of the carriers at babyworks.
Mom’s Night Out: Please join us for this special event just for moms! Friday, May 1 from 6-9 pm at babyworks. Shop special items by Lavaré Skin Care, Letter Bee Paperie, Pixi Chix and Wax Buffalo. Giveaways from local shops like Bella Spa, Lotus House of Yoga and N Street Drive-In. Beverages and desserts will be provided. Guests also get to shop our Mother’s Day presale!
Mom Talk - 10-11:30 am Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Twin Talk - Support for moms of multiples! If you are expecting twins, or breastfeeding multiples, please join other moms for learning and support. First and third Thursdays each month, 10-11:30 a.m.
April 4, 2015
By Ann Seacrest, RN, IBCLC, Executive Director of MilkWorks
Most American mothers stopped breastfeeding their babies 50 years ago due to a variety of cultural and social factors. Not until 2007, when a meta-analysis of 9,000 research studies was completed, did we truly realize that what we feed babies matters.
Another shift is taking place as research is looking deeper into the breastfeeding process. We know that human milk is different from cow’s milk. Now researchers are looking at the breastfeeding process. If you read Nicole’s story, you will get a new sense of what breastfeeding is all about.
Please note that MilkWorks in Lincoln has changed our hours.
We are now open Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm, and Sunday, noon - 5 pm. We are also open Tuesdays until 6:30 pm.
MilkWorks O in Omaha is open Monday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm.