Adequate Intake for Birth-4 months

How to know if babies are getting enough milk or formula.

Learn about what markers you should be keeping track of and how to know if baby is getting enough milk or formula. The course has several FAQs to help prepare you for real life situations.

Upon purchase of this course, there are no refunds due to the nature of the workshop material being unlocked upon payment completion. Therefore, by enrolling in this course, you understand that no refunds will be issued.

Your Instructor

Brittany Hunt
Brittany Hunt

Brittany started working with newborns over 8 years before becoming a Newborn Care Specialist. She has also worked with toddlers and young children as a nanny for multiple families. After working as a Newborn Care Specialist, she noticed a severe deficit in quality training programs for the care of newborns and decided to partner with Haleigh to found the Newborn Care Training Academy. Brittany is a Certified Newborn Care Specialist, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, previous Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician, and DONA trained Postpartum Doula. Educating others in the proper care of newborns is a strong passion for Brittany and it has long been an important part of the work she has done with new parents as a Newborn Care Specialist. She is excited to share her knowledge with those seeking to become a Newborn Care Specialist.

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After enrolling, you have one year access to this course - across any and all devices you own.

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