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11 Things to Know About Breastfeeding from an IBCLC

March 2023

Author:

Morgan Jackson BSN, RN, IBCLC

Coauthors:

Hyemyung Kim, RD, CDN, CNSC, CLC

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About Kids Eat in Color

Created by experts, Kids Eat in Color is the leading resource for families seeking evidence-based information and strategies on child nutrition and feeding.

Author:

Morgan Jackson BSN, RN, IBCLC

Coauthors:

Hyemyung Kim, RD, CDN, CNSC, CLC

about us

About Kids Eat in Color

Created by experts, Kids Eat in Color is the leading resource for families seeking evidence-based information and strategies on child nutrition and feeding.

Morgan Jackson BSN, RN, IBCLC

Morgan Jackson BSN, RN, IBCLC

Morgan is a Cardiac RN turned breastfeeding junkie! Breastfeeding education became a deep rooted passion after working as a public health nurse working primarily with first time families. Watching women transition to motherhood left Morgan in awe. After becoming a mother herself and struggling with breastfeeding she realized the lack of access to breastfeeding support. And out of both desire and necessity she studied to become an IBCLC. Morgan has assisted thousands of parents on their feeding journey in the hospital setting, in the homes of new families, as well as virtually, which has allowed her to serve families across the globe. Morgan has a deep passion for prenatal breastfeeding education and never misses a chance to talk about breastfeeding! Intentional and holistic are two words used to describe her approach. She is the mom of two adventurous boys and believes that every parent is an expert when it comes to their child!

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