Arizona Bosom Babies, LLC

Call Me:  623-399-9944

A newborn baby has only three demands. They are warmth in the arms of its mother, food from her breasts, and security in the knowledge of her presence. Breastfeeding satisfies all three. ~Grantly Dick-Read

The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new. ~Rajneesh

Choosing to breastfeed will nourish your baby with a lifetime of healthful benefits. It's natures perfect food.

Breastfeeding is a gift that lasts a lifetime!

Laura Kinder, RN IBCLC

Lactation Consultations & Breastfeeding Classes

When to Call a Lactation Consultant


  • Expectant mother who wants to learn more about breastfeeding
  • Adoption and want to breastfeed
  • You have concerns about your nipple anatomy (flat, inverted, etc.)
  • You have a history of an unsuccessful breastfeeding experience
  • You are having latch or breastfeeding difficulty
  • You are experiencing nipple soreness or pain in your breasts
  • Your nipples are flat or misshapen when baby comes off the breast
  • You are concerned about your milk supply
  • You need to pump your breasts due to a painful latch
  • You are using a nipple shield or breastfeeding devices

  • You have been advised to stop breastfeeding
  • You are experiencing breast engorgement, plugged duct, yeast/thrush or mastitis
  • You have a history of PCOS, infertility, hypothyroidism, diabetes, hormonal issues, or had a postpartum hemorrhage
  • You had a breast augmentation, breast reduction, or any other breast surgeries
  • You delivered twins or multiples
  • You want to tandem feed
  • You have questions about medications and breastmilk compatability
  • You have questions or need reassurance that your baby is breastfeeding and growing well
  • You have a history of depression/postpartum depression
  • You are returning back to work


  • Baby is not latching deep enough
  • Baby starts and stops at the breast with frequent stimulation or relatch required
  • Baby is not satisfied/fussy at the breast
  • Baby is making a clicking sound, chomping or biting during breastfeeding
  • Your baby is not gaining weight adequately
  • Your baby has decreased diaper output
  • You are having to give your baby supplemental feedings
  • Baby is jaundice, premature, NICU graduate, or failure to thrive
  • Baby has a tongue tie, cleft lip/palate, torticollis, reflux, colic, or has special needs

Having a baby is such an amazing experience that fills your life full of joy and happiness. Are you prepared for your big arrival? One of the best things you can do before the due date is talk to a Certified Lactation Consultant to schedule a Breastfeeding Class. Choosing to breastfeed is such a natural and rewarding experience. Breast milk is one of the greatest gifts you can give your baby. A mother's milk is filled with ideal nutrients, enzymes and antibodies that boost your newborn's immunity, and promotes lifelong health benefits. Breastfeeding also creates a special bonding relationship that can be enjoyable for both of you. There is no other moment that can bring you and your little one closer. The first few weeks are crucial to successful breastfeeding. In the beginning, some new nursing moms may face breastfeeding challenges such as sore nipples, engorged breasts, marathon breastfeeding sessions (cluster feedings), or trying to establish a good milk supply. Fortunately, the majority of breastfeeding problems can be overcome with the help of an experienced International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). My name is Laura Kinder RN, IBCLC and I have over 26 years of experience in working with moms and babies in L&D, level ll Nursery, Postpartum, and as a Lactation Consultant. I am very passionate about my professional career as a WIS (Women's and Infant Services) RN, but found one of the greatest perks has been working as a Lactation Consultant . I know how to get you off to the right start from the early beginning to avoid unfortunate pitfalls. Breastfeeding may take a little practice initially, but there are so many reasons to give breastfeeding your best effort!

Hours of Service
11am-7pm Monday-Friday
12pm-4pm Saturdays

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Health Insurance

Breastfeeding Insurance & Reimbursement

The Affordable Care Act of 2012requires coverage of lactation consultantsas a “Women’s Preventive Service.”

Get your questions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and insurance-covered breastpumps answered!

What is the ACA? Does this apply to me?
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in 2010. There are many parts of the ACA, but one of the most valuable is that ACA requires health plans to cover breastfeeding support and supplies. Many health plans began implementing this coverage on or after August 1, 2012.   Click Here for more information.

If you have a private insurance carrier or commercial insurer, this law applies to you. The breastfeeding provisions of the ACA do not apply to Medicaid or WIC. However, breastpumps are available through WIC and many state Medicaid programs. For information on how to obtain a breastpump through WIC or Medicaid, contact your state WIC agency.

Insurers Are No Longer Allowed to Deny Coverage for Breastfeeding Mothers!


Laura has been wonderful in helping my with my newborn. Laura took the time staying late to answer all my questions with compassion. she gave me so many great tips and advice. She is so knowledgeable and amazing at what she does.

Kristen 5/10/15 Phoenix AZ

Laura was super nice & friendly she gave a lot of useful information & not in an over-whelming way. I would recommend her to others with question about breastfeeding.

Jennifer 6/21/15

Thank you Laura for making me feel more confident in my nursing capabilities and reassuring me of what's normal and what to expect.

Brittany 9/14/15

Laura has been Amazing! My daughter was admitted to the hospital for Failure To Thrive. She was very informative and gave me all the help I could ever ask for to get my milk production back up!!! She's an A+++++

 Alice 6/21/15