Hey! I’m Mercedes!

 

I’m so happy you’re here! My life’s mission as a mom and nurse is to simplify the first year of parenting by giving families and the organizations that serve them the resources and educational tools to raise healthy and happy babies!

Check out my book for new & expectant mamas!

 

Inside you’ll find a comprehensive guide on baby care, breast & bottle feeding and the postpartum fourth trimester! Join my email list to get a sneak peek of the first chapter and to be notified as soon as it’s available!

Check out my services!

Parenting Classes

Take a class on how to prepare for the postpartum period, feeding, baby care and developmental milestones.

Lactation Services

I’ll support you to achieve your breastfeeding goals.

 

Healthcare Consulting

Maternal child health consulting for organizations and business advice for professionals.

Get to know me!

I’m a mother, wife, board certified pediatric nurse practitioner (CPNP), author and certified lactation counselor (CLC).

As a new mother I had to overcome so many challenges related to breastfeeding like my son’s tongue tie diagnosis and food intolerances which led to me eliminating dairy and soy from my diet for over a year to continue breastfeeding him.

I’ve gone through many of the things that new moms face which is why it’s my mission to combine my nursing expertise with my experiences as a mom to support families with evidence-based education and resources.

Get In Touch

To learn more about my book, services, or classes, email me or submit my contact form below.

Serving DC, Maryland & Northern Virginia.

Monday – Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm

    Insurances Accepted

    The following insurances are accepted for lactation services and some classes. Actual coverages may vary by plan. Check with your insurer for details.

    Disclaimer: The contents of this site are for informational purposes only and are not meant to serve as a substitute for the professional medical or dietary advice of your primary care provider. Please call 911 or visit your local ER should you require emergency care.