La Leche League of Lawrenceville

La Leche League of Lawrenceville La Leche League is recognized as the world's foremost authority on peer-to-peer lactation support.

La Leche League is recognized internationally as the world's foremost authority on parent-to-parent support for breastfeeding.

04/05/2024

Our next Meet-up is
May 1 at 10:15 am.

03/07/2024

Our Next Meet-Up is April 3, 10:15 am!

02/11/2024

Are you pregnant or ? Know your rights under the PUMP for Nursing Mothers Act and Pregnant Workers Fairness Act: https://bit.ly/45xBFqY

02/10/2024

Our Next Meet-Up is Mar 6, 10:00 am!

Sound familiar? We talked about this in get-together last week!
01/09/2024

Sound familiar? We talked about this in get-together last week!

Bites and twiddles have been something to worry about for many centuries. You will find great support from others who have experienced this at online or in-person LLL meetings to help you enjoy your nursing experience ❤️ 

📍The infant Krishna killing the ogress Putana, 17th century. Wood with traces of red and blue pigments. 73.2 x 35.4 x 24.1 cm (28 7/8 x 14 x 9 1/2 in.)  

01/05/2024

Feb 7 at 10:15 am is our next Meet-up!

12/23/2023

First Meet-up of 2024!
Jan 3, 10:15 am

This study is open until Sun, Dec 3. Participants can win a gift card to Barnes & Noble
12/01/2023

This study is open until Sun, Dec 3. Participants can win a gift card to Barnes & Noble

Are you currently breastfeeding or chestfeeding one infant under a year old?

A researcher at Texas Woman’s University is studying the lactation experiences of those who are latching their baby to the breast or chest at least some of the time. This survey is open to anyone who lives in the United States and can read or write in the English language. If you participated in the first round of this survey between January and May 2023 you are NOT eligible, we are looking for a completely separate sample. This survey will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Participation in this study is voluntary.

Visit https://twu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0OZVoLiVQYVi0WW to learn more about the study and to access the survey. There is a potential risk of loss of confidentiality in all email, downloading, electronic meetings, and internet transactions. If you know anyone who may be interested in participating in this study, please share this information with them. If you have any questions, please contact Kelsie Barta (researcher) at [email protected] or Misty M. Richmond, Ph.D. PMHNP-BC (research advisor) at [email protected].

Upon completion of the survey, you can participate in a drawing for a bookstore (Barnes and Noble) gift card. You will need to provide your email, but it will be separated from the survey data for anonymity.

[Graphic Text: CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
For a research study on the motivations and needs of those who are breastfeeding or chestfeeding

If you:
• Are currently breastfeeding or chestfeeding one child less than 1 year old
• Are latching your baby at least some of the time
• Live in the United States
• Can read and write English
• Did NOT participate in the first round of this study between January and May 2023
THEN YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO PARTICIPATE!
You may access the survey questionnaires through the link in the caption.
Participation is voluntary. There is a potential risk of loss of confidentiality in all email, downloading, electronic meetings, and internet transactions.
Graphic: Megaphone at top left; Parent nursing a baby at bottom right]

10/23/2023

Wed, Nov 1, 10:15 am is
our next meet-up
Bring a friend!

09/06/2023

Mark your calendar!
Wed, Oct 4, 10:15 am for our next meet-up!

09/06/2023

We’ve just reached 300 Followers! Hurray!

08/06/2023

Mark your calendar!
Next Meet-up
Sep 6, 10:15-11:30
Bring a friend!

Celebrate the PUMP Act today! National Breastfeeding Month has begun!
08/03/2023

Celebrate the PUMP Act today! National Breastfeeding Month has begun!

As we celebrate National Breastfeeding Month, we're proud to support new workplace rights expanding protections related to pumping breast milk.

Happy World Breastfeeding Week!!
08/01/2023

Happy World Breastfeeding Week!!

La Leche League USA helps parents, families, and communities to breastfeed, chestfeed, and human milk feed their babies through parent-to-parent support. LLL USA encourages, informs, educates, supports, and promotes the use of human milk and the intimate relationship and development that comes from....

08/01/2023

Hope to Meet-Up with you!
Aug 2, 10:15-11:30 am

Have you noticed your baby has stepped up nursing lately??
07/14/2023

Have you noticed your baby has stepped up nursing lately??

06/27/2023

The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA), goes into effect today! 🎉 If you are working and pregnant, recovering from childbirth, pumping breast milk, or have a related medical condition, learn about your rights under this new law from A Better Balance: https://bit.ly/43XTJtD

05/03/2023

Our next meet-up will be Jun 7, 10:15 am
Bring a friend!

04/24/2023

Babies come with lots of advice from family, friends, and even strangers! At LLL, we like to remind parents that they are the experts on their own baby. Listen to yourself, listen to your baby.

I believe several of you qualify for this study. Please consider completing this simple survey.
04/17/2023

I believe several of you qualify for this study. Please consider completing this simple survey.

UPDATE May 9: Thanks to all who completed this survey! 😘The researchers have reached their goal of responses and this survey is now closed. 🎉

UPDATE 4/24:
By May 1, the researchers would like a minimum of 300 surveys completed, and more is better! So far, they have gotten almost 250 responses. Please help and share with your friends who have nursing infants!

Are you currently breastfeeding or chestfeeding a single infant under a year old?

A researcher at Texas Woman's University is studying the breastfeeding experiences of those who are latching their baby to their breast or chest at least some of the time. This survey will take about 20 to 30 minutes to complete. Participation in this study is voluntary.

Visit https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=196728 to learn more about the study and to access the survey. For more information contact Kelsie Barta (researcher) at [email protected] or Misty M. Richmond, Ph.D. PMHNP-BC (research advisor) at [email protected].

This study has been reviewed by the LLL USA Research Review Team.

[Text: CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
For a research study on the motivations and needs of those who are breastfeeding or chestfeeding
QUALIFICATIONS:
If you:
• Are currently breastfeeding or chestfeeding one child less than 1 year old
• Live in the United States
• Can read and write English
Then you are qualified to participate!
You may access the survey questionnaires through the link in the caption.
Participation is voluntary. There is a potential risk of loss of confidentiality in all email, downloading, electronic meetings, and internet transactions.
Graphic: Megaphone at top left; Parent nursing a baby at bottom right]

04/12/2023

Mark May 3rd on your calendar for our next Meet-up. Hope you see you there!

03/27/2023

When a baby stops nursing suddenly, it can be hard to understand what is happening! Is it temporary or permanent? Can anything be done to prevent it? Read below to find out more.


[Image: Baby looking over her parent's shoulder at the camera. Text: Is my baby self-weaning? When a baby stops nursing before a year, it can be hard to understand what's happening. Could it be low-supply? Teething? A nursing strike? Here are some things to keep in mind.
A baby who self-weans:
-is typically well over a year old
-gets most of their nutrition from solids
-drinks well from a cup
-cuts down on nursing gradually
It could be a nursing strike if baby:
-stops nursing suddenly
-has been sick or teething
-recently met a developmental milestone
-has become more distractible
-was recently introduced to bottles or pacifiers
Is it low supply?
If a parent's milk supply is reduced, baby may become less interested in nursing, leading to even lower supply. If milk supply is low, baby may grow to prefer a cup or bottle simply because he can get more milk this way. Scheduled feedings or night weaning can also lead to low supply for some parents.]

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