How to eliminate the fear and surprises of getting breastfeeding started and established.

  • Are you worried that breastfeeding will be hard?
  • Are you concerned that you won’t make enough milk for your baby?
  • Are you nervous because you’ve heard it can be painful?
  • Do you know women who said that breastfeeding just didn’t work for them?
  • Are you afraid that you won’t be able to breastfeed?

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Many women make a big mistake when it comes to breastfeeding.

They don’t do enough to prepare.

  • They assume that since breastfeeding is natural it will be easy.
  • They think that if they have problems, they can just meet with a lactation consultant at the hospital.
  • They believe if they have friends who are breastfeeding, they can ask them for help if they run into problems.
  • They know someone who is a nurse on a maternity ward or in a pediatrician’s office, and they plan to talk to her if they have questions.
  • They took a childbirth class and the instructor talked a little about breastfeeding and they think that is all they need to know ahead of time.

Don’t Make The Mistake That Can Lead To Breastfeeding Disappointment!

Kate planned to breastfeed, but didn’t take a breastfeeding course.

“My midwives never suggested it so I didn’t think it was necessary. But I gave birth in a birthing center and went home after just a few hours. The nurse at the birthing center said my baby was latching well.”

“But when we went to the pediatrician my baby had lost too much weight. I worked with a lactation consultant and we eventually got back on track.”

“It would have been so much less stressful if I had known from the start how to tell if my baby was getting enough to eat and how to make sure I was making enough milk. I really wish I had taken a breastfeeding course before my baby was born.”

Benefits of Taking the Clueless to Confident Breastfeeding Preparation Course

  • You will learn the important things you need to do before you give birth that will help you with breastfeeding.
  • You will know what to expect from the moment your baby is placed in your arms.
  • You will know about common problems and what to do about them.
  • If you do need help you will know how to get it quickly.
  • You will learn the things a woman needs to do to build a good milk supply.
  • You will know the only way to be sure your baby is getting enough from breastfeeding.
  • You can take the course in the comfort and safety of your own home.
  • You won’t be confused by myths and misinformation that can lead to breastfeeding disappointment, or worse, be dangerous for your baby or you.

Clueless to Confident is the online course that will eliminate the fear and surprises of getting breastfeeding started and established.

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  • Risks of Not Breastfeeding
  • Choosing a Hospital To Give Birth At
  • Choosing Your Baby’s Healthcare Provider
  • How to find a lactation consultant
  • Breastfeeding Support Groups
  • Breastfeeding Websites
  • Insurance Coverage For Pumps
  • Things to Buy
  • How Nipple Variations Can Affect Breastfeeding
  • What Breastfeeding Supplies to Take to the Hospital
Getting Started

The First Hour After Birth

    • How Birth Can Affect Breastfeeding
    • Skin to Skin
    • Feeding Cues
    • Colostrum
    • First latch
    • Delayed bathing
    • How often babies eat
    • How many diapers will your baby have?
    • Breastfeeding Positions
    • Latching technique
    • Baby’s hands and breastfeeding
    • What to do if your baby doesn’t latch

The First Week

    • Second Night Syndrome
    • Frequency of feeding
    • Cluster feeding
    • How to know if your baby is getting enough to eat
    • Why diapers are important and what you need to know about them
    • Signs that your baby is well hydrated
    • Normal newborn weight loss
    • How to tell your baby is swallowing
    • The Milk Coming In
    • Engorgement
    • Expected weight gain in baby
    • Days and nights mixed up
    • Self-care for mom
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  • When is breastfeeding established?
  • Reasons to pump
  • When to start pumping
  • Introducing a bottle
  • Best time to pump
  • How to get more milk when you pump
  • How to avoid creating an oversupply from pumping
  • Milk Storage Guidelines
  • Helpful Pumping Accessories
  • How to make pumping more comfortable
  • Pumping Hacks
  • Is it okay to use a second-hand pump?
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  • Sore Nipples
  • Engorgement
  • Clogged Milk Ducts
  • Mastitis
  • Milk Supply Problems – low milk supply, overabundant milk supply
  • “Perceived” low milk supply
  • Poor weight gain in baby
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  • Feeding Routines
  • How often your baby needs to eat
  • Feeding Cues
  • Cluster Feeding
  • The Witching Hour
  • Sleep
  • Growth Spurts
  • Surviving night time feedings
  • Relief Bottles
  • Milk Coming In
  • Milk delayed coming in
  • Average Milk Production
  • How to know if baby is getting enough from breastfeeding
  • Foremilk and Hindmilk
  • Mom’s Weight Loss
  • Alcohol and Breastfeeding
  • Caffeine and Breastfeeding
  • The Fussy Baby
  • Colic
  • Babywearing
  • Breastfeeding Tips

smiling caucasian Pregnant woman

This class was both so informative and also reassuring. I loved the intro! I am currently 35 weeks pregnant and breastfeeding has definitely been one part of becoming a first time mom that I have been anxious about – there just seems to be so much to know! And I want to get it “right” because I know it can be challenging but also so rewarding for me and most importantly for my sweet babe! The information flowed SO well and was clear.It was presented in an interesting and easy to digest format (which is important at this point of pregnancy haha! Otherwise my pregnancy brain gets the best of me). This was all just so amazing! I feel so incredibly grateful to have gotten the chance to take this right before giving birth.

Alex C – Expectant Mom



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  • Breastfeeding Preparation Checklist
  • Pediatrician Interview Checklist
  • Insurance Benefits Checklist
  • Breastfeeding Essentials
  • Hospital Tour Questions
  • Breastfeeding Plan for the Hospital
  • Back to Work Checklist
  • Breastfeeding Friendly Daycare Interview Checklist
  • Pumping Bag Essentials Checklist
  • Breastfeeding Help Planning
  • Lactation Consultant Interview Questions
  • Lactation Consultant Contact Info List
  • Breastfeeding and Mom Group Info List
  • Recommended Breastfeeding Information Websites List
  • Newborn feeding and diaper log to ensure your baby is eating enough
  • Signs for visitors
  • Pumping log
  • Do Not Disturb – Pumping Sign
  • Freezer Stash Inventory Log


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This course was incredibly beneficial in preparing me for the journey of breastfeeding. There are many aspects of breastfeeding and pumping that a new mom may have never considered. I found this course to be helpful in preparing me both logistically and mentally for all aspects of breastfeeding. It was comprehensive and much appreciated as all in person classes have been cancelled due to COVID. I appreciated Andrea’s thoughtfulness in putting this course together. She was clearly very experienced and knowledgeable of the topic.

Maggie S – Expectant Mom

Meet Your Teacher

Hi! I’m Andrea Tran, a registered nurse and lactation consultant. I am an IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) – the gold standard for lactation consultant certification.

 I have been helping moms breastfeed for over 26 years and I have been teaching moms about breastfeeding for over 32 years.

 I breastfed my three children. I was a labor and delivery nurse when I had my first baby. I thought because I helped moms latch their baby on the first time that I knew all about breastfeeding. I quickly discovered there was so much that I didn’t know. I learned that maternity nurses are not experts in breastfeeding.

 I experienced the stress and uncertainty that can come with breastfeeding when things aren’t going well. I made the mistake that so many women do, I thought the twenty minutes that was spent on breastfeeding in my childbirth class was enough. It didn’t help me at all when I had sore nipples and struggled with a baby who wasn’t gaining well.

 Over the years that I have helped new moms I discovered they had very similar questions and concerns in the early weeks of breastfeeding.

 I used to teach breastfeeding classes in the hospital and the moms who took my classes were so much better prepared and had so much less anxiety about breastfeeding.

 Breastfeeding is a journey and my goal is to give you the knowledge so that you will be able to begin that journey confidently.

 I have heard so much misinformation over the years. I want you to have the correct information. I want you to know when you should reach out for help.


Why should I take on online course? Isn’t it better to do a course in person?

There are numerous benefits to taking an online course.

  • You can watch the videos and read the content at the time that is most convenient to you.
  • You can rewatch whatever you want.
  • You Will get printed Breastfeeding log book.
  • You can wait to watch a video when it is close to the time that the content is relevant to you.
  • I don’t have any affiliation to any hospital so my information is unbiased.
  • You won’t get the awesome bonuses from a hospital course.

When can I take the course?

You will have access to the course as soon as you purchase. You can start right away or wait. And also get prepared mama checklist.

How do I access the course?

Signup and Just click on the link provided after purchase or in the email you will receive.

Do I have to watch all the videos at the same time?

Nope! You can watch them one at a time, a few at a time or all at once. You can watch them several times if you like. Whatever works best for your style of learning.

How long do I have access to the course?

Forever! This makes it so easy to go back and watch a video after your baby is born.

How long are the videos?

The shortest one is about 3 minutes and the longest one is about 20 minutes. The welcome and wrap-up videos are less than 3 minutes.

Will taking this course guarantee I’ll be able successfully breastfeed?

Nobody can guarantee you that. But it will prepare you for breastfeeding and that increases the likelihood that you will have a positive breastfeeding experience.

I also don’t like to use the word success when it comes to breastfeeding. The opposite of success is failure. No mom fails at breastfeeding. I encourage moms to plan to breastfeed. Plans are flexible, they can be adjusted and changed as needed.

Do you offer any kind of refund if I’m not satisfied with the course?

I do not offer any refunds, but I do want you to be satisfied and will work with you to provide you with the information you need to be satisfied.