Welcome to Arlington Lactation & Feeding Therapy, your one-stop shop for judgement-free feeding support for your newborn, infant, and toddler.
I'm Susan Howard. Registered Nurse. Lactation Consultant and Mom. My mission is to help the whole family thrive while meeting their feeding goals.
I offer compassionate, evidence-based feeding support.
I specialize in complex feeding situations at the breast, the bottle, and the table. My expertise includes tongue ties, feeding difficulties, slow weight gain, low-milk supply, and bottle-refusing babies.
Welcome. I'm so glad you're here.
Virtual 1:1 feeding support when you need it
Arlington Lactation is synonymous with providing the most comprehensive and quality care to mothers and babies. Complex feeding situations are my specialty.
If you suspect a tongue tie, have milk supply concerns, or difficult feedings, I can help. My goal is to provide compassionate, evidenced-based feeding support to help soon-to-be, new and seasoned families blend the art of nursing with the science of feeding their child.
If you enjoy learning about the 'why' as much as the 'how' when it comes to feeding, we will make a good pair.
I am skilled at virtual visits and I am looking forward to working with you!
Come learn with me.
It's okay to feel lost when it comes to feeding your baby. Most parents feel totally clueless.
I offer a variety of classes to help you feel more confident and knowledgeable from the first feedings and beyond.
Supporting you is important to me
Feeding a baby and parenting is not always intuitive. We are not meant to parent alone or in isolation. We need a village to thrive.
Join me at one the FREE support groups I host. Let's connect and talk strategies. It's an opportunity to ask your feeding and parenting questions in a judgement-free zone. You don't have to go it alone.
The Feeding Flock, Working Mom Feeding Flock and School Days Squad are here to provide the safety net you need.
Learning to feed your baby is an individual experience
I believe that babies are hard-wired to breastfeed, that mothers are strong, amazing women, and that feeding your baby can be the most fulfilling and rewarding aspect of parenting when we overcome the factors causing you stress and pain.