My goal is to help you with your breastfeeding goals. I am here to answer any questions you might have about breastfeeding, help ensure that breastfeeding gets off to a comfortable start, and offer guidance.
If you are also struggling, we are ready to help make this journey more positive and comfortable.
What concerns do I offer support for?
The First Visit (1-1.5 hours) $200
Follow-Up Visits (30-45 mins) $80
Breastfeeding Care Package $480
A 24 hours notice for a cancellation is required or you will be charged 50% of the session cost.
"I immediately struggled with breastfeeding my first born, but because my husband and I took Breastfeeding 101 at Sagua, we knew to seek help right away. I learned so much from that experience that I thought it was going to be a breeze with my second born. Boy was I wrong. Although my second one did not have trouble latching on and feeding, it was more than just uncomfortable, and I had a feeling he was not latching properly. It was our second day back home from the hospital and I could not handle the pain. I messaged Edna and she was so generous to come to my house to help me. She sat with me in the comfort of my home to support the baby, and most importantly, to guide me on how to improve my breastfeeding abilities. I am forever grateful for Edna’s willingness to help. You can tell that her passion is helping mother’s on their breastfeeding journey—a journey that is not easy for many of us."
♡ The Sarmientos
"Edna is amazing! I had no clue on how to breastfeed and so I reached out to her. Not only did she message me, but she went out of her way out, squeezed me into her busy schedule and came to my house. She taught me the proper way to latch baby, to discontinue using a wire bra, etc. At one point, I also had mastitis and Edna recommended home remedies, too! She’s definitely THEE GO TO breastfeeding GURU! I can’t thank her" enough!
♡ Roxanne Estillore
"Hi, I’m a second time mom & first time exclusively breastfeeding. I was born and raised on Guam, but I’m currently a military spouse so I’m living in Texas at the moment. When I gave birth to my daughter in Hawaii, the lactation support there was “good” but not very informative. I saw three consultants and none made me feel comfortable enough to say to myself “you know what you’re doing.... you got this” So I posted on my Instagram story my struggles and a couple of mamas suggested I should bring up any concerns I have with Edna. I did and let me tell you... SHE’S AMAZING! Every question, concern, or even just a reminder that I can do it... she was there. Always very motivating, informative and comforting. I cannot thank her enough for helping me get to where I am in my breastfeeding journey."
♡ Kia Cabrera
"On September 25, 2020, I gave birth to a healthy baby girl. I planned to mix-feed her so she could get used to it when I finally decide to find a job. After my delivery I offered formula first while waiting for my milk supply to come in. However, with encouragements from love ones, I finally decided to exclusively breastfeed. Breastfeeding was very rewarding for both me and my baby on the first month. However, because of having marital problems, being jobless, having two more kids at home doing online schooling, and having no insurance, it took a toll on my milk supply. Because of covid, applying for medicaid has been a struggle. Almost everyday I had to call different departments requesting the documents I needed. It would take me a few days to even weeks to be able to finally get a hold of them just to get an appointment. I didn’t realize that I was not nourishing my mind and body plus I was not able to sleep well because of constantly worrying of my children. As a result, it drastically affected my milk supply. After three days of my baby not eating well, she was showing signs of dehydration. Finally, I decided to reach out to a long time friend who has breastfed her baby for four years straight. I asked her for help because my daughter was not accepting formula at all. My friend introduced Ms. Edna to me. At first I was skeptical because I didn’t think anybody, especially a stranger would be able to help me. But I was surprised because Ms. Edna was very hands-on with helping me. I would send her messages everyday and she would respond everytime. From giving me tips on how to properly breastfeed to even meeting with me during the weekends to see my progression on my milk supply...it even came to a point when I would just ask her things out her scope of work anytime of the day but just her being there helped me a lot. She is not just a professional breastfeeding consultant but also a friend that I can rely on. She has that aura, perseverance and passion to her work. She won’t stop helping and guiding you as long as you are determined to reach your goal. Now, my daughter is almost three months old. I can never be happier because she is well-contented when I am feeding her. She is very healthy and very happy all because Ms. Edna did not give up on me."
♡ Empowered Mom
"During the first few weeks of breastfeeding my newborn, I messaged Ednalyna about my problems and concerns. She never failed to respond with good advice and positivity! There was a time I stopped breastfeeding because I was afraid my medication would affect baby. She was very supportive and reassured me that she will find a way to get baby back on my milk. And she did! When I began breastfeeding again, I wasn't producing enough milk. Ednalyna came to the rescue and gave me some great tips on how to produce more milk without turning to lactation supplements. As a first time mother with no one to relate to or talk to about breastfeeding, I am very thankful for her continuous support and guidance throughout this journey. 🙏"