Allergy-Friendly Lactation (Energy) Balls email for pricing options:

As many galactogogues as possible, crammed into a large .5 oz ball! You can expect almond meal, almond butter, Enjoy chocolate chips, flaxseed meal, vanilla extract, cinnamon, oats, coconut oil and some good ol’ dark maple syrup to all be mingling in our balls. Made with a whole lot of love, organic ingredients and are certified gluten-free. The balls are made in a kitchen free of gluten, dairy, and soy. Please let me know if you have any other allergy concerns! Now selling at the Fort Walton Beach Farmer’s Market!

Your Perfect Postpartum Transition $25:

Let us help you breathe new possibilities into your postpartum period. New families have so much to do in such a short time before one of the partners must return to work or other obligations. It can be such a struggle to strike a new balance, with courage, peace and harmony. I facilitate a safe space to help you figure out what will be best for your new family, with health, well being, love, and oneness, as short-term goals. Making time for family bonding, feeding moments, and the releasing of big emotions while your new family unit transitions into something it’s never been before is not as seamless as some may think. This support session will include: goal setting for the postpartum period, delegation of household chores to well-intentioned visitors, and setting up realistic expectations for the mama-baby dyad in regards to feeding and sleeping schedules. Some of this may include, but is not limited to empowering mama to use her mother’s intuition to voice some unconscious concerns (visitors getting baby sick, visitors that smoke, visitors who may try to kiss baby, mama getting treated as a host instead of being taken care of), empowering the partner to step in for mama when her voice may become weary, and giving helpful hints on how to reap the most benefits from having visitors early in the postpartum period. This one hour session will be done prenatally and can be combined with one of the placenta encapsulation prenatal appointments. Parents will be emailed a customized needs list, door sheet with their visitors policies, based on our conversations, and recommendations for Facebook groups to join and in-person support groups to attend.

Feed the Mama, Feed the Baby Food Package $200:

We are a military family. We are often stationed in places where we don’t know anyone and making friends can be hard at some duty stations. This service is birthed from that space. We have sat on the floor in front of our cupboards, crying, not knowing what to feed ourselves with newly diagnosed allergies and intolerances while wishing we had friends or family that could come and feed us. Let us feed you, food is love! We offer 5 dinner meals that feed 4, all organic, healthy, warm, blood-replenishing, milk-boosting food. We grocery shop, we prep, we cook, we deliver, and you reheat when ready to eat. We pull our knowledge of cooking from having to adapt to numerous food allergies over the last four years of raising our own children and many years previous to that working on food trucks or cooking meals for friends, neighbors, and other military families in our community. Everything we cook in our home is gluten free, dairy free, and soy free. We have extensive knowledge of vegetarian cooking and vegan options are available. Since moving across the country in February of 2017, we have also learned how to cook and bake many recipes without eggs, as our oldest daughter has started developing reactions to the eggs here. Cross contamination is of utmost importance in our personal lives and in our kitchen. Please let us know of any allergies, intolerances or preferences you may have. We’ll work with you and for you. (We carry current Florida State Food Handler’s Licenses!)

Lactation Support:

I (Jenna) am a mother of two, nursed both of my babies to the age of 2, am still nursing my youngest daughter and have experienced more lactation related issues in four years than I care to admit to. While living in San Diego, I was afforded the opportunity to manage the San Diego Nursing in Public Task Force, owned and operated by San Diego Breastfeeding Center. While working there, I was doing coursework to become a certified lactation educator and counselor. I have since moved on and am pursuing accreditation status with Breastfeeding USA as a volunteer Breastfeeding Counselor, to pursue my long term goal of becoming an IBCLC by 2020. For the time being, I’m happy to support moms in nursing positions, nursing in baby carriers, providing peer mother-to-mother support based on my own personal experience. At any point that I feel out of my league or something is out of my scope as a fellow mama, I will refer you to an internationally board certified lactation consultant that can help you address medical-related breastfeeding issues. I have personal experience with tongue ties, lip ties, several revisions, recessed jaw, high palates, food allergies, mastitis, vasospasms, breast abscesses, breastfeeding after a reduction, breastfeeding with large breasts (36N), finger/spoon/cup feeding, using an SNS in short term, colicky babies, high-needs babies, and children with special needs.