Looking for a place to hang with other breastfeeding moms and chat about the issues you're facing—without judgy glances? Baby Cafés, popular with European moms for years, are springing up across the U.S. Typically, they take over local community or children's centers, serve lattes and other hot bevvies, and are open one or more days a week. You can stop and sip while chatting with other moms and solving a puzzler of a latch problem. Plus, there's always a trained facilitator on hand, usually a midwife or lactation consultant. Thirty-nine cafés are open nationwide, with more on the way. Visit thebabycafe.org for info.
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