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Danielle Kelly RNC-OB, IBCLC

Ridgefield Park, NJ Map It

Breastfeeding Class
Breastfeeding Support
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant
(201) 658-0711 http://cndbestfeeding.wix.com/cnd-bestfeeding

I am a 13+ year experienced Labor and Delivery Nurse, 2+ year experienced International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and a Mommy of 2. I have helped 100's, maybe 1,000's of new Parents bring their newborns into the world since 2002 and in 2014 followed my passion for helping new Moms on their breastfeeding journy. I also teach Breastfeeding Ed. classes for a local Medical Group (Riverside Peds/Med Group) in Secaucus NJ for expectant Moms. And on my other days "off", I run my business of making home visits to new parents, consulting and helping them adjust to their new exciting lives of parenting/feeding newborns! CnD BestFeeding, LLC at your service :)

Breastfeeding Class

$FREE per class
Taught by International Board Certified Lactation Consultant
Taught by Lactation Educator
Taught by RN
Group Classes

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant

*have helped 100's of Moms in hospital setting.
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant
$175 per hour
Has helped Over 100 moms
In-home visits
2+ years of experience

Skills and Experience

Exclusively pumping
Feeding tube devices
Latching problems
Lip tie
Low milk supply
Mastitis/breast infections
Sore nipples
Tandem nursing
Tongue tie
Weaning

13 Responses to “Danielle Kelly RNC-OB, IBCLC”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I took a class that Danielle gave through Riverside and promptly contacted her as soon as my daughter was born. The class was VERY informative and I left feeling super confident and ‘ready’ for my breastfeeding experience. The reason I contacted her was because the baby had initial latching problems. Danielle came to my house answered all my questions via text promptly and came over the next day for an at-home visit since I needed the reassurance. She stayed with us for a couple of hours and made me feel so comfortable. She gave me helpful expert tips on feeding my daughter and also overall newborn care. She is the best and I recommended her to two other new moms as well! :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    I took a class that Danielle gave through Riverside and promptly contacted her as soon as my daughter was born. The class was VERY informative and I left feeling super confident and ‘ready’ for my breastfeeding experience. The reason I contacted her was because the baby had initial latching problems. Danielle came to my house answered all my questions via text promptly and came over the next day for an at-home visit since I needed the reassurance. She stayed with us for a couple of hours and made me feel so comfortable. She gave me helpful expert tips on feeding my daughter and also overall newborn care. She is the best and I recommended her to two other new moms as well! :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    I took a class that Danielle gave through Riverside and promptly contacted her as soon as my daughter was born. The class was VERY informative and I left feeling super confident and ‘ready’ for my breastfeeding experience. The reason I contacted her was because the baby had initial latching problems. Danielle came to my house answered all my questions via text promptly and came over the next day for an at-home visit since I needed the reassurance. She stayed with us for a couple of hours and made me feel so comfortable. She gave me helpful expert tips on feeding my daughter and also overall newborn care. She is the best and I recommended her to two other new moms as well! :)

  4. Anonymous says:

    I took a class that Danielle gave through Riverside and promptly contacted her as soon as my daughter was born. The class was VERY informative and I left feeling super confident and ‘ready’ for my breastfeeding experience. The reason I contacted her was because the baby had initial latching problems. Danielle came to my house answered all my questions via text promptly and came over the next day for an at-home visit since I needed the reassurance. She stayed with us for a couple of hours and made me feel so comfortable. She gave me helpful expert tips on feeding my daughter and also overall newborn care. She is the best and I recommended her to two other new moms as well! :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    Danielle was knowledgeble, personable and caring LC — my son was 3 weeks old when I reached out to Danielle who was referred by my pediatrician (Riverside Medical). I was having trouble with him nursing, specifically latching (he was a barracuda baby and had a minor stint with jaundice before so was supplemented by bottle). I also had concerns whether my milk supply was low. Danielle gave me very good 1 on 1 insight into different holds, latching techniques but best of all she gave me confidence, without any pressure, to decide to continue breastfeeding or to adopt alternate options. She weighed my son before and after the feed to give me assurance he was eating well, and gave me tips on how to handle the pain (yes still had sore nipples) . I really appreciated she brought with her actual products that I could use to manage breastfeeding (e.g nipple gel pads). Previously, I had met with another LC during my hospital stay, but having this tailored advice was much productive. Best of all, I still continue to speak to Danielle for tips or just encouragement — would recommend her to others moms!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Danielle was knowledgeable, personable and caring LC — my son was 3 weeks old when I reached out to Danielle who was referred by my pediatrician (Riverside Medical). I was having trouble with him nursing, specifically latching (he was a barracuda baby and had a minor stint with jaundice before so was supplemented by bottle). I also had concerns whether my milk supply was low. Danielle gave me very good 1 on 1 insight into different holds, latching techniques but best of all she gave me confidence, without any pressure, to decide to continue breastfeeding or to adopt alternate options. She weighed my son before and after the feed to give me assurance he was eating well, and gave me tips on how to handle the pain (yes still had sore nipples) . I really appreciated she brought with her actual products that I could use to manage breastfeeding (e.g nipple gel pads). Previously, I had met with another LC during my hospital stay, but having this tailored advice was much productive. Best of all, I still continue to speak to Danielle for tips or just encouragement — would recommend her to others moms!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Danielle was knowledgeable, personable and caring LC — my son was 3 weeks old when I reached out to Danielle who was referred by my pediatrician (Riverside Medical). I was having trouble with him nursing, specifically latching (he was a barracuda baby and had a minor stint with jaundice before so was supplemented by bottle). I also had concerns whether my milk supply was low. Danielle gave me very good 1 on 1 insight into different holds, latching techniques but best of all she gave me confidence, without any pressure, to decide to continue breastfeeding or to adopt alternate options. She weighed my son before and after the feed to give me assurance he was eating well, and gave me tips on how to handle the pain (yes still had sore nipples) . I really appreciated she brought with her actual products that I could use to manage breastfeeding (e.g nipple gel pads). Previously, I had met with another LC during my hospital stay, but having this tailored advice was much productive. Best of all, I still continue to speak to Danielle for tips or just encouragement — would recommend her to others moms!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Danielle was knowledgeable, personable and caring LC — my son was 3 weeks old when I reached out to Danielle who was referred by my pediatrician (Riverside Medical). I was having trouble with him nursing, specifically latching (he was a barracuda baby and had a minor stint with jaundice before so was supplemented by bottle). I also had concerns whether my milk supply was low. Danielle gave me very good 1 on 1 insight into different holds, latching techniques but best of all she gave me confidence, without any pressure, to decide to continue breastfeeding or to adopt alternate options. She weighed my son before and after the feed to give me assurance he was eating well, and gave me tips on how to handle the pain (yes still had sore nipples) . I really appreciated she brought with her actual products that I could use to manage breastfeeding (e.g nipple gel pads). Previously, I had met with another LC during my hospital stay, but having this tailored advice was much productive. Best of all, I still continue to speak to Danielle for tips or just encouragement — would recommend her to others moms!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Danielle was knowledgeable, personable and caring LC — my son was 3 weeks old when I reached out to Danielle who was referred by my pediatrician (Riverside Medical). I was having trouble with him nursing, specifically latching (he was a barracuda baby and had a minor stint with jaundice before so was supplemented by bottle). I also had concerns whether my milk supply was low. Danielle gave me very good 1 on 1 insight into different holds, latching techniques but best of all she gave me confidence, without any pressure, to decide to continue breastfeeding or to adopt alternate options. She weighed my son before and after the feed to give me assurance he was eating well, and gave me tips on how to handle the pain (yes still had sore nipples) . I really appreciated she brought with her actual products that I could use to manage breastfeeding (e.g nipple gel pads). Previously, I had met with another LC during my hospital stay, but having this tailored advice was much productive. Best of all, I still continue to speak to Danielle for tips or just encouragement — would recommend her to others moms!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Danielle was knowledgeable, personable and caring LC — my son was 3 weeks old when I reached out to Danielle who was referred by my pediatrician (Riverside Medical). I was having trouble with him nursing, specifically latching (he was a barracuda baby and had a minor stint with jaundice before so was supplemented by bottle). I also had concerns whether my milk supply was low. Danielle gave me very good 1 on 1 insight into different holds, latching techniques but best of all she gave me confidence, without any pressure, to decide to continue breastfeeding or to adopt alternate options. She weighed my son before and after the feed to give me assurance he was eating well, and gave me tips on how to handle the pain (yes still had sore nipples) . I really appreciated she brought with her actual products that I could use to manage breastfeeding (e.g nipple gel pads). Previously, I had met with another LC during my hospital stay, but having this tailored advice was much productive. Best of all, I still continue to speak to Danielle for tips or just encouragement — would recommend her to others moms!

  11. emily263 says:

    Danielle is attentive and always there to provide encouragement through the inevitable ups and downs of nursing. She helped me to get through weeks of blistered nipples and stick with breast feeding my small baby.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Danielle single handedly saved my breast feeding experience. I took her class before my daughter was born and felt confident. I never imagined that my daughter would spend time in the NICU, where she was bottle fed by nurses. When she wouldn’t latch, I reached out to Danielle who responded immediately and came to my home the next day. I probably would have given up without Danielle’s support, guidance and encouragement. She is amazing. Every new mom should schedule a visit from her! She helped take a stressful, emotional situation and calmly help me to work through it!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Danielle was extremely helpful and professional. She provided me with many tips and advice in order to help me with breastfeeding my daughter. She also followed up with me and answered my additional questions I had which was very beneficial. I highly recommend Danielle to help with any breastfeeding issues and questions you may have.

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