How to Feed My Baby 101:

Course Information:

In this online prenatal education class, our lactation consultant and pediatric nurse, Alison Ahern, will walk you through the ins and outs of breastfeeding, pumping and formula feeding. We believe in your right to choose how to feed your baby and finding what works for the two of you. Fed is best!

What you get:

  1. A solid knowledge of infant feeding needs and feed cues 
  2. Understand how breastfeeding works and best practices to support a healthy latch 
  3. Understanding of pumping and when you would implement this into your feeding schedules
  4. Learn how to prepare formula feeds

Class details:

  • 60-minute live group class
  • Led by Binto's lactation consultant and pediatric nurse, Alison Ahern
  • $49/per person or couple (special deal during COVID-19!)

Reserve your spot:

Sign-up below!

Select a class date from the options below and fill out the form to reserve your spot.

Pay and confirm!

Once you confirm, you will be charged and receive an email confirmation with your event details.

Join and learn!

Join the virtual class at your selected time and enjoy the content! 

Psst, we record every session!

If you can't watch the class live, go ahead and sign up for a time slot! We'll send you everything you need to access the content later. 

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Meet the instructor:


Alison Ahern, Registered Nurse and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), is passionate about supporting those preparing for and beginning their journeys as new parents. Alison began her career as a nurse on the postpartum/antepartum unit at Einstein Medical Center and also worked as an outpatient nurse at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She graduated with her BSN from Villanova University, and later became an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant after discovering an overwhelming need to support parents through lactation. Alison is the Founder of Nestled, which she established to help parents develop judgment-free, individualized feeding plans based on evidence-based lactation education.