"Jennifer was fantastic. In my second week postpartum I was upset because breastfeeding was not going well. I wanted to exclusively breastfeed my little one but I was ready to give up. Jennifer was able to come over that day and in 2 hours give me peace of mind. She was extremely professional and had a lot of information. She was also able to answer all of my questions I had, plus more. I was successfully able to get my little one latched without pain and feeding the correct way. I would highly recommend Jennifer as a lactation consultant. " ~ Jessica M.
"I called Jennifer when my daughter was only a few weeks old. Unfortunately, breastfeeding was tougher than I could have ever imagined. The first time she came over she helped build my confidence that I can do this and it will take time to figure it out. She helped with my daughters latch to ensure that everything looked and felt ok. Over time a few other problems came up and Jennifer was there to again help with my specific needs with my daughter. I didn't want to give up on nursing and have had goals along the way that Jennifer has helped me achieve. I don't think I can ever thank her enough for her support and knowledge throughout the past four months. She is truly passionate about what she does and has been there to help every step of the way." ~ Ashley S.
"When my son was born he latched immediately. When he was diagnosed with jaundice things changed drastically. He was syringe fed and cup fed. We fought to keep formula and bottles out of his mouth. I pumped to make all the colostrum and milk I could get before he had any formula. By the time we left the hospital he wouldn't latch. The lactation consultant suggested a support group of breastfeeding women. So we went to Meet Nurse Love. I thought I had come to peace in my heart that I would just bottle feed my breast milk to my baby. If I couldn't nurse him at least he would get my milk. That's what I thought. Then I met Jennifer and my heart broke as I told her our short story while watching other mom's nurse their babies. She patiently took me to a room next door and she got my baby to latch. That moment, that support changed my thoughts, and I cried. I wanted to nurse my baby more than I had shared with anyone. He has latched ever since. He is almost five months old and nursing exclusively. I love our group. It's full of so much love, support, new information, and did I say love? I now nurse in public, discreetly without a cover because this group gave me confidence to not feel ashamed to nurse my baby in public. My husband and I are very thankful for our support group and for Jennifer. They are a second family and we love going. Without the group I probably would have not had the strength to even pump and feed my baby. Support in nursing is so important and we have a whole group to encourage each other. It's wonderful!" ~ Aimee T.
"After 17 hours of labor, a severe vaginal tear and extreme exhaustion breastfeeding was the furthest thing from my mind. My postpartum nurse was amazing at everything, except for helping my son latch. It was the worst experience ever after delivering. Not to mention, it was a weekend evening, which meant lactation services weren't available. Quickly remembering Jennifer’s business card, I made the call the following morning while still in the hospital. I was scared of what to expect from breastfeeding especially after the night I had with my nurse. I knew it was risky calling due to it being the weekend but to my surprise she not only answered but was available to do a same day consult. Nervously accepting the appointment, Jennifer’s visit to the hospital was "first class", all my fears and anxieties were silenced. Jennifer was patient, informal and caring. Her knowledge and explanation of things was simple and easy to remember. She went over and beyond to the point she requested supplies from the hospital I had no idea were available to me. The service provided during my hospital stay by Jennifer, was exceptional and exceeded all expectations. Before leaving she saw I was still a little uncomfortable and concerned as to whether I could do it on my own, in seeing that she offered to do a home visit once discharged. I was very thankful. During the home visit Jennifer brought some tools to help ease breastfeeding. My son latched with NO PAIN whatsoever, I didn't even have discomfort. He latched and we both had a successful feeding. My son is now two months old and I still pick up the phone to call for advice and she is always willing to answer my questions. Overall, I couldn't have asked for better service. I recommend Jennifer to all my friends and anyone who has had a bad experience in the past. She is the bomb.com." ~ Tekeyah G.