Have you chosen to breastfeed but are having problems?
- Finding breastfeeding stressful or upsetting?
- Sore nipples or painful breasts?
- Baby not gaining weight?
- Sleepy jaundiced baby?
- Worried your baby isn’t getting enough milk?
- Don’t know any other breastfeeding mums?
You are not alone … these are common problems especially in the early days and experienced by many mothers and they can be overcome. If you want to continue breastfeeding we can support you to do so.
Who are we?
We are a group of mothers who have breastfed our babies. We know from personal experience that it isn’t always easy and we are here to help. We volunteer with the group and are trained Peer Support Counsellors.
Come to visit us even if you are not having any problems with feeding. You will meet a group of friendly, likeminded mums.
What does BIBs stand for?
BiBs stands for Bron I’r Baben which is Welsh for Breast to Baby.
How do I get in touch/find out more?
If you want to know more, get in touch with Brecon BiBs in any of the following ways:
Weekly drop in session currently at The Muse, Brecon:
Thursday 10.00am – 12.00noon
The Muse, Old Museum,
Powys, LD3 7DW
You are giving your baby the very best start in life and should be proud of yourself.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
“Everyone at the group is friendly, so don’t worry if you don’t know anyone there” – a BIBs mum