ABOUT MILK DIVA
Our education is where it starts. Our specialized support gets the entire family through the journey.
Naiomi Catron, founder of Milk Diva, is a wife, a mother of two, and an award-winning practicing Perinatal Registered Nurse and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. As a mother she experienced firsthand some of the challenges that pregnancy and being a new mother may bring.
Naiomi understands that for some women breastfeeding does not come naturally. Therefore, a new mom can become overwhelmed with the thought of starting the process. It was this realization that led her to create Milk Diva Lactation Services, an education focused and evidence based breastfeeding services company to help new moms breastfeed with confidence.
Milk Diva is here to build a relationship with its patients. Most traditional lactation consultations are centered around technical support. At Milk Diva, we take a holistic approach by developing flexible, tailor-made, and customized care plans for our moms.
We offer a judgement-free zone for concerned moms. Milk Diva is here to reassure new moms that it is okay to not to love every little thing about being a mom. We are here to give women a voice to express themselves to their families. By instilling confidence in new mothers, this reassurance can only lead to healthy babies and happy families.
LIQUID GOLD STATS
“Breastfeeding provides unmatched health benefits for babies and mothers. It is the clinical gold standard for infant feeding and nutrition, with breast milk uniquely tailored to meet the health needs of a growing baby. We must do more to create supportive and safe environments for mothers who choose to breastfeed.”
— Dr. Ruth Petersen, Director of CDC’s Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity
Serving the Austin Area Within a 20 mile radius for In-Home Consultations
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(9) These recommendations are supported by organizations including the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Academy of Family Physicians, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American College of Nurse- Midwives, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and American Public Health Association.