It Takes a Village — We're That Village

Each and every person at our company knows through and through how personal the subject of motherhood and breastfeeding can be.

As mothers ourselves, the fears you have felt have been experienced by us too.

Products

Supplements for Lactation

Our specialized blend of organic and high-quality ingredients took years of research and clinical experience to formulate. Taken daily, they will help increase and support your milk supply and keep it flowing.

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Community

Membership & Courses

We are a supportive online community made up of fellow moms, here to give you the tools and confidence you need to connect with and provide breastmilk for your baby.

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Podcast

Breastfeeding Talk Podcast

On the Breastfeeding Talk podcast, you can expect honest conversations with leaders in breastfeeding health, raw talk about breastfeeding your baby, and most importantly tips and strategies to create a breastfeeding journey that brings you joy.

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APPOINTMENTS

Personalized Care

We’re here to make sure your breastfeeding concerns are heard and understood by an educated team of trained International Board-Certified Lactation Consultants devoted to the wellbeing of moms everywhere.

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  • Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC®, CSOM

    CEO & Clinical Manager

    Meet Jacqueline Kincer, a dedicated breastfeeding advocate and the visionary behind Holistic Lactation®. Serving as the founder and CEO, Jacqueline is committed to empowering breastfeeding families worldwide.

    As a mother of two, Jacqueline has personally faced and conquered her own breastfeeding challenges. This firsthand experience has granted her a deep understanding of the multifaceted obstacles that families may encounter along their own breastfeeding paths. Recognizing that breastfeeding success is influenced by numerous factors, Jacqueline adopts a holistic approach. She acknowledges the significance of mental health, financial barriers, systemic injustices, inadequate policies, and unrealistic expectations in shaping the breastfeeding experience.

    Jacqueline’s ultimate goal is to empower mothers, allowing them to define their own breastfeeding success and discover what truly works best for them and their babies. With unwavering determination, she strives to dismantle barriers, foster empowerment, and promote a breastfeeding journey that aligns with each family’s unique circumstances.

  • Cait Ahern, BS, IBCLC®

    Lactation Consultant & Community Manager

    Cait is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and Birth Educator with her degree in Child and Adolescent Development. She helps families with the whole spectrum of infant feeding difficulties-from newborn latch to teething toddlers. She specializes in oral ties, pumping, older babies, and low supply. Cait is also experienced in caring for Neurodivergent families, and offers accommodations to ensure support for every family’s needs.

    Her passion for infant feeding support blossomed from her own breastfeeding struggles as a first time mom. With a team of help, she was able to overcome the initial roadblocks and nurse her son for two years, and then her daughter a few years later! From these experiences, she knew she had to become part of the support system that uplifts and empowers parents. Now through advocating, education, and personalized support, she helps families reach their feeding goals.

    Cait is a mom of two spectacular and spunky kids, enjoys reading in every spare moment, and loves spending time outdoors in her beautiful home state of Idaho.

  • Gina Nigro, IBCLC®

    Bilingual (English/Spanish) Lactation Consultant

    Gina has been assisting breastfeeding mothers in-person for over 25 years, and now through telehealth all over the world. She understands that while many pregnant mothers expect to breastfeed, almost none receive preparation for the possible difficulties and the rollercoaster of emotions when things are not working.

    Like many new mothers, when Gina had her first baby, she was overwhelmed by conflicting information: at the hospital, at the pediatrician, and from well-meaning friends and family.

    Gina’s realization that she would have missed out on the experience of pain-free breastfeeding had it not been for the support she received, led her to want to “pay it forward” and help others. She first trained as a volunteer breastfeeding counselor in Houston, Texas, then as a birth doula in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and finally sat for the exam to become an IBCLC in Seville, Spain. She continues to lead monthly breastfeeding support meetings online and in-person.

    Gina believes that all mothers deserve quality emotional and educational support so they can have an amazing experience breastfeeding their babies. It shouldn’t be just a matter of good luck. She’s dedicated to giving mothers effective guidance and caring support with real results. Her greatest satisfaction is the joy of seeing that look on both mothers’ and babies’ faces that says: Just what I always wanted!

  • Natalie Miles, IBCLC®

    Lactation Consultant

    Natalie is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant with a bachelor’s degree in Maternal Child Health – Lactation Consulting. She started up breastfeeding support group as a military spouse abroad 12-years ago. Her passion for helping families has only increased over the years. She specializes in everything from prenatal breastfeeding education, oral ties, low milk supply, mastitis and plugged duct management, flange fitting and more.

    Natalie’s earliest memory of breastfeeding is of watching her mom pump for her baby sister. She decided then, at 8-years-old, she would breastfeed her babies. Little did she know then the challenges she would face as each of her four children was born with oral ties. It was during the early days of nursing her oldest that a lactation specialist told her she would make a good IBCLC. Soon enough, she began working towards becoming an IBCLC, all while living abroad and through several military moves, becoming an IBCLC in 2017.

    She has spent more than six years working as an IBCLC on the mom-baby unit and special care nursery at multiple local hospitals, assisting parents immediately after the birth of their baby. She has worked over a year in the outpatient lactation setting. Working in two different settings has helped Natalie become a more well-rounded lactation consultant.

Woman-Owned & Operated

We’re proud to be a certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the most relied upon certification standard for women-owned businesses.