SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG
Emily Lindsey, a board certified lactation consultant and owner of Before and After Baby, holds Sophia Coggin, a baby she helped successfully breastfeed. Since 2006, Lindsey has helped women overcome any number of issues with breastfeeding from soreness to problems to producing enough milk. She's even identified medical problems with babies that kept them from properly feeding.
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Emily Lindsey, a board certified lactation consultant and owner of Before and After Baby, holds Sophia Coggin, a baby she helped successfully breastfeed. Since 2006, Lindsey has helped women overcome any number of issues with breastfeeding from soreness to problems to producing enough milk. She's even identified medical problems with babies that kept them from properly feeding. Merced Sun-Star
SUN-STAR PHOTO BY MARCI STENBERG Emily Lindsey, a board certified lactation consultant and owner of Before and After Baby, holds Sophia Coggin, a baby she helped successfully breastfeed. Since 2006, Lindsey has helped women overcome any number of issues with breastfeeding from soreness to problems to producing enough milk. She's even identified medical problems with babies that kept them from properly feeding. Merced Sun-Star

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