Lactation Support in your home

As a lactation consultant, I feel that breastfeeding is an extension of the birthing event and an important 
​aspect of the mother/baby relationship into the future.

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I’m a chiropractor and work with mothers and babies. I often refer patients to Jennifer when they are experiencing breastfeeding issues. For my family in particularly, Jennifer and her expertise have been an integral part of our family for both of our kids (newborn and age 2). She has helped us with a baby that wouldn't bottle feed, mastitis, tongue-tie, easy gag reflex, tandem nursing, oral evaluation, weight checks, she was there for the birth of our second baby, she has been there to answer countless questions and concerns, the list goes on. The level of her knowledge, care, and experience is a local rarity and I can't imagine a more natural minded experienced lactation consultant to work with. Jennifer has been a huge blessing to our babies and family.
-- Dr. Lauren Jetton, DC, LAT, ATC, CKTP
​Carolina Sports Clinic

My name is Jennifer Moss Corbin, and I provide home visit lactation consultations through Birth and Breastfeeding Connection since 2009. Some of my career highlights:

  • I have been an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)
    since 2002.
  • I interned at Carolinas Medical Center beginning in 2000 and worked there as a Lactation Consultant from 2002-2007.
  • l have been an accredited La Leche League Leader since 2001 and currently lead the South Charlotte Group.

Childbirth, breastfeeding and motherhood are amazing and life changing events.

During this journey, every woman should be supported in ways that feels right to
her. Pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding are normal and healthy states
rather than illnesses that need to be treated as such. I believe a woman should
have access to evidenced based information and be able to make informed
choices as part of her care and the care of her child. As a lactation consultant, I
feel that breastfeeding is an extension of the birthing event and an important
aspect of the mother/baby relationship into the future. I take a holistic approach
in caring for the mother and baby and consider them one ecosystem that must be
cared for together.

I am the mother of four children ages 17, 15 and 8 years along with a 28 year old
step-daughter. My love of pregnancy and childbirth began with my first
pregnancy in 1997. My husband and I took the Bradley Method of Natural
Childbirth and hired a wonderful doula who was instrumental to my successfully birthing our first baby, unmedicated, in a hospital with a doctor. We went on to
have two more children in two different settings. I love being a mother and
supporting women into motherhood.

While I do not provide doula services at this time, I have attended
many home, maternity center and hospital births as a Certified Doula (CD).