National Breastfeeding Month Sponsors

Interested in sponsoring CTBC’s August t-shirts? You can find our sponsorship form and more information here.

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Quintessence 2016 Vendors

posted on Sep 28, 2016 in Central Texas News, Current Efforts, HMHB News, Uncategorized, Upcoming Events by
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Thank you to our Quintessence 2016 vendors! These area businesses and organizations support breastfeeding in Central Texas.

Please show your support for these businesses.  They are making a difference in your community.

Learn more about these organizations below and visit their website.

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La Leche League of Austin provides mother-to-mother support group meetings at locations across the state, and volunteer Leaders are available to provide breastfeeding information and support over the phone and via email. All women interested in breastfeeding are welcome to attend meetings or contact Leaders for breastfeeding information and support. There are seven Austin area meetings, in addition to gatherings and playdates.

Thank you to Central Texas Food Bank for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! The Central Texas Food Bank provides food and grocery products to more than 300 Partner Agencies in 21 Central Texas counties. In the last year, the Food Bank provided more than 31 million meals! They also offer a breastfeeding education program and lactation support. SNAP-eligible families are supported prenatally and postpartum by a trained breastfeeding peer counselor.

Thank you to Daydream Baby Boutique for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Daydream Baby Boutique is based out of Kyle, TX, but offers shipping to virtually anywhere in the world. They carry a wide range of products including ring slings, Baltic amber, cloth diapers, and goodies for mama.

Thank you to Texas Women, Infants, and Children for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Texas is exceeding the Healthy People 2010 objective for 75 percent breastfeeding initiation rate, thanks to the use of trained peer counselors and IBCLCs working with families to support breastfeeding. Whether providing support through education, peer counseling, or breast pumps for qualifying women, Texas WIC sets the standard for the rest of the country.

Thank you to Austin Pediatric Dentistry PLLC for being a sponsor of CTBC’s National Breastfeeding Month!! Dr. Liliana Lucas and her staff believe dental visits CAN be fun for kids. Dr. Lucas also assesses sublingual and sublabial restrictions, and performs frenectomies using a laser.

Thank you to Monica Aguirre Photography for documenting our event. Monica specializes in baby, child, and family photography. She loves to capture special moments in your life.

Thank you to Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Since 1999, Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin has saved babies’ lives by providing prescribed donor human milk. With the support of milk and financial donors, they have pasteurized over 4 million ounces of donor human milk! CTBC is grateful to have such an amazing resource and supporter in our community.

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2016 National Breastfeeding Month Sponsors

posted on Aug 15, 2016 in Central Texas News, News by
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Our ‪#‎brelfie‬ t-shirts were a huge hit and our screening of MILK the Film was full of breastfeeding supporters. Neither would have been possible without support from breastfeeding friendly community sponsors.

Please show your support for these businesses.  They are making a difference in your community. Click on their logo to visit their website.

2016 National Breastfeeding Month Sponsors

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Thank you to Enlightened Baby, Austin TX for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Enlightened Baby’s mission is to offer only top quality products, with the greatest emphasis on sustainability, ease of use, longevity and safety. Conveniently located on South Congress, it is the place for superior, accessible, modern, eco-friendly, easy-to-use diapering and natural baby products.

Thank you to Austin Pediatric Dentistry PLLC for being a sponsor of CTBC’s National Breastfeeding Month!! Dr. Liliana Lucas and her staff believe dental visits CAN be fun for kids. Dr. Lucas also assesses sublingual and sublabial restrictions, and performs frenectomies using a laser.

Thank you to Special Addition Maternity & Nursing Boutique for supporting breastfeeding families in Central Texas! Since 1994 Special Addition has been serving the pregnant and breastfeeding mom with quality products and services.

Thank you to Stork Maternity Consulting for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Stork Maternity Consulting is an in-home consulting, concierge, and doula boutique in the Austin area. They are made up of certified doulas, lactation consultants, birth educators, child passenger safety technicians and more!

Thank you to Ameda for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Since 1942, Ameda has been the leading innovator and has delivered unmatched quality and service to lactation professionals, institutions and most importantly, mothers. Ameda offers breast pumps and accessories and lactation education all over the world.

Thank you to Breastfeeding Success Company for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! The Breastfeeding Success Company offers comprehensive lactation consultation services from International Board Certified Lactation Consultants including clinic, in-home, video, and telephone consultations. They also offer corporate lactation training programs and lactation specific classes for healthcare providers and families alike in Austin, Texas, its surrounding areas, and the rest of the world.

Thank you to Daydream Baby Boutique for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Daydream Baby Boutique is based out of Kyle, TX, but offers shipping to virtually anywhere in the world. They carry a wide range of products including ring slings, baltic amber, cloth diapers, and goodies for mama.

Thank you to Grow Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, PLLC for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Dr. Leigh Ann Grady and Dr. Juliette Owens are board-certified pediatricians who focus on family-centered care in a small, friendly office. They strive to promote wellness by focusing on healthy growth and development, and by providing up-to-date medical care in a family-centered setting.

Thank you to My Pure Delivery for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! My Pure Delivery is a premiere Lactation Clinic and Baby Boutique dedicated to keeping mom and baby healthy. With two locations in Cedar Park, Diba Tillery RN, BSN, IBCLC, CPST, and her staff can help mom and baby feel confident with breastfeeding.

Thank you to Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Since 1999, Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin has saved babies’ lives by providing prescribed donor human milk. With the support of milk and financial donors, they have pasteurized over 4 million ounces of donor human milk! CTBC is grateful to have such an amazing resource and supporter in our community.

Thank you to Central Texas Food Bank for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! The Central Texas Food Bank provides food and grocery products to more than 300 Partner Agencies in 21 Central Texas counties. In the last year, the Food Bank provided more than 31 million meals! They also offer a breastfeeding education program and lactation support. SNAP-eligible families are supported prenatally and postpartum by a trained breastfeeding peer counselor.

Thank you to Lactivist in Louboutins for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Lactivist in Louboutins is a blog about breastfeeding, motherhood, and breastfeeding style. Written by a lactation educator and counselor, Lactivist in Louboutins offers the unique perspective of a breastfeeding mom and lactation support professional.

Thank you to Texas Women, Infants, and Children for supporting breastfeeding in Central Texas! Texas is exceeding the Healthy People 2010 objective for 75 percent breastfeeding initiation rate, thanks to the use of trained peer counselors and IBCLCs working with families to support breastfeeding. Whether providing support through education, peer counseling, or breast pumps for qualifying women, Texas WIC sets the standard for the rest of the country.

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HMHB Monthly Meeting

posted on Mar 19, 2014 in by
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Please join us for our monthly meeting and make a difference in the lives of mothers all over Texas.  We have some pretty ambitious goals for this year and it will take a lot of community involvement to accomplish everything that is before us.  We will now be meeting on the 3rd Wed of each month at Any Baby Can.  If you can not make It to the meetings but would still like to be involved, please e mail us and we will add out to our newsletter with calls to action.

We are currently recruiting individuals that would like to take a leadership role in our organization.  If you are interested please join us or e mail us at keepaustinbreastfeeding@gmail.com

 

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Laughing Baby Compilation 2013

posted on Dec 06, 2013 in Featured Box by
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Thank you Funny Plox

Just for a laugh!

 

 

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Special Addition : HMHB Featured Community Organization

posted on Sep 11, 2013 in Local News, News by
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After 13 years on North Lamar, Special Addition has moved to a new beautiful location.
Come by and welcome them to the neighborhood at 7301 Burnet Rd.

If you haven’t been to Special Addition, now would be a great time to experience the excellent service, expertise, and take a look at all of the amazing products and services that they offer. Special Addition has Largest selection of maternity and nursing clothing in Central Texas. Professionally-fitted nursing bras – in difficult to find sizes from 32A – 52M. Breastfeeding Support through trained staff Breastfeeding Classes Three IBCLC’s on staff and one more to be added. Breastpump rental/sales/service. Breastfeeding accessories. Best Chairs Gliders Cloth Diapers and diapering products Collegiate Infant Clothing NEW – A nice selection of infant clothing -12/18 months.

Special Addition is throwing a party in celebration of their new bigger location and you are invited.  View the event on the calendar here or print out the schedule of events here.
Please show your support for this great community resource.  They have served Central Texas mothers for 19 years and have been valued community partner in all of our breastfeeding efforts.

SA grand reopening

September 13 and 14

7301 Burnet Road Austin, Texas [map]

Register for great gifts including a $300 Gift Certificate, Professional Grade Breastpump, Books, and other cool gifts! Pick up your Gift Bag with lots of helpful goodies for your pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Friday

10:15 – 11:30 Baby Carrier Workshop. Come laugh and learn with Sling Guru, Tracy Urban. Bring your carrier or try one of ours.

12:00 – 2:00 Book Signing Event. Visit with author, Allison Amador, and illustrator, Tammy Stanley, and get your child’s very own personalized book, Goodnight Austin – the hottest of children’s book for all Austinites.

12:00 – 3:00 Receive a complimentary Health Screening (Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Glucose, and Lymph Screenings by Accolade Home Health.

12:30 – 1:00  How can a Doula make child birth and life after easier?   Q&A by Shelly Scota on Doula Labor Support and Postpartum Doula Care.

1:30 – 3:00 Baby Carrier Workshop. Come laugh and learn with Sling Guru, Tracy Urban. Bring your carrier or use one of ours.

3:00 – 3:45 Infant Safety Class. Join Allison Coleman, from Austin Baby Guru, to learn more about infant CPR and choking as well as an overview of other safety issues.

10:00 – 5:00 Visit with Becky Kittleman, of Becky Kittleman Photography, to discuss pregnancy, mommy & baby, or family portraits. Begin planning for your holiday gifts with a lovely portrait.

Saturday

10:15 – 11:30 Baby Carrier Workshop. Come laugh and learn with Sling Guru, Tracy Urban. Bring your carrier or try one of ours.

11:30 – 12:30 Mothers Milk Bank. Learn more about the miracle of mothers’ milk and The Mothers’ Milk Bank of Austin. Question and Answer Session on MMBA’s mission, how to become a donor, and the process of milk banking.

12:30 – 1:00  How can a Doula make birth and life easier?  Q&A on Doula Labor Support and Postpartum Doula Care.

1:30 – 2:30 Cloth Diapering 101 with diapering expert, Victoria O’Neal. Get an overview of the world of cloth diapers, wraps, liners, swim diapers and all those confusing areas of cloth diapering.

3:00 – 3:45 Infant CPR and Choking Overview. Presented by Allison Coleman from Austin Baby Guru.

3:00 – 5:00 Amy’s Ice Cream Sidewalk Party! Finish up the day with some Amy’s Ice Cream and balloons for the little ones!

5:00 Door Prize Drawing

 

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City of Austin Recognised as the 2nd City in Texas to Become Mother Friendly

posted on Aug 13, 2013 in Central Texas News by
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The City of Austin is now totally Mother Friendly and was recognised at the City Council Meeting.  Watch the video here.

 

 

We were lucky enough to have this award given on the same day as the Breastfeeding Month Proclamation.

If you are not familiar with the Mother Friendly Worksite Program please check out their website at TexasMotherFriendly.org 

As we have mentioned on other areas of this site there is federal law that protects mothers that are returning to work and would like to continue breastfeeding.  However, there are some employees that are not currently covered by that legislation or simply are too embarrassed to talk to their employer about establising a place and a break schedule to pump milk.  The Mother Friendly Worksite innitiative is in place to educate employers about the benefits to their business as well as their workforce when they make their business a “Mother Friendly” place to work.

Some of these benefits include:

  • Retain experienced employees.
  • Lower recruitment and training costs.
  • Reduce sick time taken by parents for a child’s illness.
  • Boost morale and productivity.
  • Reduce health-care and insurance costs.

It’s totally worth the effort and we are so proud of our City for providing all City of Austin employees time and space to pump a life giving milk for their babies.

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Breastfeeding Month Proclamation

posted on Aug 09, 2013 in Central Texas News by
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If you weren’t able to make it out to city hall for our fabulous event, don’t feel bad you can watch it here.

 

We had so much fun giving out our “Eat Local” t-shirts and ice cream.  Thanks City of Austin for your continued support of breastfeeding mothers

Here is the language of the proclamation

Be it known that whereas breastfeeding is one of the most easily utilized and cost effective prevention strategies available world-wide for a variety of infections and acute diseases of both women and children, and whereas continued support to sustain breastfeeding is the vital foundation for success in our mothers efforts to provide optimal nutrition and comfort for their babies, and whereas working women are more likely to choose to breastfeed their newborns until age one  if there is a mother friendly workplace policy in effect at their places of employment that encourages breastfeeding and helps to remove any stigma associated with breastfeeding, and whereas Austin Travis County Health and Human Services has a program to provide technical assistance to empoyers of all sizes to provide appropriate space for lactating mother to pump milk during their work day, now therefore I Lee Lefingwell, Mayor of the City of Austin, Texas do proclaim August 2013 as Breastfeeding Awareness Month in Austin.

A special thanks to our vendors that came out to meet with Central Texas families in the blazing heat.

We had:

The Natural Baby Company, Austin Travis County WIC, and two breastfeeding supply companies Ameda and Medela and Blue Bell donated the ice cream.  There were also a few sponsors that contributed without having a table at city hall:  Special Additions which has moved to a new location at 7301 Burnet Road, Maudi’s Tex Mex, Revolve Solar, and MamaCents.  Thank you so much!  You made it possible for us to print these awesome “Eat Local” shirts that we were able to give to the community.  We will be printing more and have them for sale on our site soon if you weren’t able to make it out.

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Austin Birth Awards Nominations have begun

posted on Jun 30, 2013 in Central Texas News, News by
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Austin birth awardNominate and vote for your favorite birth professionals.

In the spirit of the Austin Music Awards or the Austin Chronicle’s, Best of Austin Awards, we are happy to announce the 3rd Annual Austin Birth Awards.  The 2013 Austin Birth Awards are a project of the Get Babied Foundation and the Central Texas Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition.  Together, our mission is to recognize the Austin area birth professionals that are going out of their way to provide quality care for the women of Austin.

The nomination period is open for public voting from June 1st through July 15th and consists of write in nominations for each category.  Close to 2,000 nominations were submitted during this period last year.  Nominations cast will be tallied and the top 4 nominees in each category are our finalists for the Birth Awards.

Voting for your favorite of the top 4 nominees in each category will be from August 1st through September 15th and the Awards Cermony & Gala will take place on October 25th, 2013 at the beautiful Carver Museum Theater & Reception Area at 7pm.

 

To nominate your favorite birth professional for 2013, please click HERE

Click link to view our PRESS RELEASE PAGE.

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HB 741 passed out of the House, but got stalled in the Senate. Now what?

posted on May 30, 2013 in Central Texas News, Mother-Friendly Legislation, News, Statewide News, Texas by
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Thank you to all who called and wrote legislators to move these breastfeeding bills through the House.

The breastfeeding bills we were advocating for didn’t make it through this session but there was a lot of awareness raised about breastfeeding issues in both chambers. It is time now to take a deep breath, reflect on our successes and where we could have done things differently, and get ready for next session.

The work of legislation mostly occurs in the year prior to the active session so keep your eyes and ears open Texas. We will be much more actively asking for your support and participation this next time around. If you’re interested in truly taking a leadership role on these or any other issues related to healthy families, I urge you to join HMHB and the Texas Breastfeeding Coalition. Membership of both organizations is made up of people from all walks of life, many who also work full time jobs. We need people who are willing to spend even just a small amount of time and effort to make a change in the lifes of mothers, babies, and the health of families in Texas.

You can make a difference…  Let’s start today.

Keep your eyes open for updates and calls to action and thanks again for your support of moms and babies everywhere.

 

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HB 741 and 1706 scheduled for a vote on the house floor

posted on May 09, 2013 in Central Texas News, Current Efforts, Mother-Friendly Legislation, News, Statewide News, Texas by
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The Texas Legislature has the opportunity to give moms of Texas a great Mothers Day gift

Thanks to those of you who contacted your legislator and the Calendar’s Committee.  Very late on Monday night May 7, both breastfeeding bills were added to the legislative calendar!  They will come up for debate and vote this week, just in time for Mother’s Day.  Because they are running behind schedule HB 741 will probably be heard Thurs May 9 and 1706 will probably be heard on May 10.  We will definitely be watching legislators votes on this issue and will establish a report on who our breastfeeding friendly Representatives are, but we need your help before the vote to make sure that all the legislators across the state are familiar with the issue.  Please call your Rep and send an e mail to all legislators expressing your support for these very important bills

The language of the bills can be found here

HB 1706 Strengthens the right to breastfeed in public  HB 1706 provides enforcement for the nursing in public law that was established in Texas in 1994.  This bill instructs the comptroller to inform all businesses in the state that a woman does in fact have the right to breastfeed her baby anywhere that she is otherwise authorised to be and her right to be there can not be revoked simply because she begins to breastfeed.

HB 741 Extends pumping protections for working mothers who are also public employees (including teachers of public school districts)

Please call and send your e mail of suport today!

Find sample letters at txbfleg.com but even just a few sentences about why these issues are important to you are fine.  The important thing is that you let your voice be heard and urge support for both of these bills.

Find your rep here

Send an e mail to everyone in the Texas Legislature with this list:

Alma.Allen@house.state.tx.us, Roberto.Alonzo@house.state.tx.us, Carol.Alvarado@house.state.tx.us, Rafael.Anchia@house.state.tx.us, Charles.Anderson@house.state.tx.us, Trent.Ashby@house.state.tx.us, Jimmie.Aycock@house.state.tx.us, Cecil.Bell@house.state.tx.us, Dwayne.Bohac@house.state.tx.us, Dennis.Bonnen@house.state.tx.us, Greg.Bonnen@house.state.tx.us, Dan.Branch@house.state.tx.us, Cindy.Burkett@house.state.tx.us, Lon.Burnam@house.state.tx.us, Angie.Button@house.state.tx.us, bill.callegari@house.state.tx.us, Terry.Canales@house.state.tx.us, Giovanni.Capriglione@house.state.tx.us, Stefani.Carter@house.state.tx.us, Travis.Clardy@house.state.tx.us, Garnet.Coleman@house.state.tx.us, Nicole.Collier@house.state.tx.us, Byron.Cook@house.state.tx.us, Philip.Cortez@house.state.tx.us, Tom.Craddick@house.state.tx.us, Brandon.Creighton@house.state.tx.us, Myra.Crownover@house.state.tx.us, Tony.Dale@house.state.tx.us, Drew.Darby@house.state.tx.us, John.Davis@house.state.tx.us, Sarah.Davis@house.state.tx.us, Yvonne.Davis@house.state.tx.us, joe.deshotel@house.state.tx.us, Dawnna.Dukes@house.state.tx.us, Harold.Dutton@house.state.tx.us, craig.eiland@house.state.tx.us, Gary.Elkins@house.state.tx.us, Pat.Fallon@house.state.tx.us, Joe.Farias@house.state.tx.us, Marsha.Farney@house.state.tx.us, Jessica.Farrar@house.state.tx.us, Allen.Fletcher@house.state.tx.us, Dan.Flynn@house.state.tx.us, James.Frank@house.state.tx.us, John.Frullo@house.state.tx.us, Charlie.Geren@house.state.tx.us, Helen.Giddings@house.state.tx.us, Craig.Goldman@house.state.tx.us, Larry.Gonzales@house.state.tx.us, Mary.Gonzalez@house.state.tx.us, Naomi.Gonzalez@house.state.tx.us, Lance.Gooden@house.state.tx.us, bobby.guerra@house.state.tx.us, Ryan.Guillen@house.state.tx.us, Roland.Gutierrez@house.state.tx.us, Patricia.Harless@house.state.tx.us, District105.Harper-Brown@house.state.tx.us, Ana.Hernandez@house.state.tx.us, Abel.Herrero@house.state.tx.us, Harvey.Hilderbran@house.state.tx.us, Donna.Howard@house.state.tx.us, Dan.Huberty@house.state.tx.us, Bryan.Hughes@house.state.tx.us, Todd.Hunter@house.state.tx.us, Jason.Isaac@house.state.tx.us, Eric.Johnson@house.state.tx.us, Kyle.Kacal@house.state.tx.us, James.Keffer@house.state.tx.us, Ken.King@house.state.tx.us, Phil.King@house.state.tx.us, Susan.King@house.state.tx.us, Tracy.King@house.state.tx.us, Tim.Kleinschmidt@house.state.tx.us, Stephanie.Klick@house.state.tx.us, Lois.Kolkhorst@house.state.tx.us, Matt.Krause@house.state.tx.us, John.Kuempel@house.state.tx.us, Lyle.Larson@house.state.tx.us, Jodie.Laubenberg@house.state.tx.us, George.Lavender@house.state.tx.us, Jeff.Leach@house.state.tx.us, Tryon.Lewis@house.state.tx.us, Oscar.Longoria@house.state.tx.us, jose.lozano@house.state.tx.us, Marisa.Marquez@house.state.tx.us,

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