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We know that making plenty of milk is the key to successful breastfeeding. But did you know that the first hour after delivery is the most effective time to begin? Discover the best tool to begin breastfeeding: your hands.

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our mission

Breastfeeding needs the most attention in the first five days after birth, particularly the first hours.

Droplet’s mission is to encourage parents to take advantage of this critical window with the most effective breastfeeding techniques in order to prevent common challenges. What happens (or doesn’t happen) in the earliest hours matters the most.

The cornerstone of successful breastfeeding is a plentiful milk supply. We will help mothers go into delivery understanding that milk removal in the first few hours, either by the baby, herself or her partner, is the key for future milk production. Simply put, it’s early milk out, later milk in.

Hands are still nature’s best tools. Cutting-edge research shows that hands are the most effective and comfortable way to remove milk in the first 2-3 days. In fact, frequent hand expression in the first three days, combined with electric pumping boosts production for weeks in pump-dependent mothers. Whether these droplets go to your baby, are stored, or are let out in the shower, you are safeguarding your breastfeeding experience one droplet at a time.

To begin, all you need to know is summed up in the ABC (Attachment, Breastmilk production, Calories) before D (Delivery). Confidence begins when you realize you have all you need to feed your baby.

Got milk should not be a question.

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attachment

What do I need to know to make attachment comfortable and effective?

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breastmilk production

What do I need to know to always make plenty of milk for my baby?

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calories

How can I make sure my baby is getting enough milk?

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