As the only place in Denver to get the support you need in the early, tough days with a newborn.

Help mamas feel less isolated and frantic. 
I never considered a community resources like this as a deciding factor in where to live before but now I feel like I need to know what the area holds in terms of resources before moving anywhere.

Support like this is on par with good schools for kids.

Soul food for baby and mama!

I have been attending prenatal yoga classes here for about a month and a half and have had the most wonderful experience. I love that every teacher takes time at the beginning of each class to check in with everyone and that everyone gets to share challenges/joys they are experiencing . It makes the whole pregnancy experience not feel so isolating. The teachers are smart, nurturing, and understand how to safely do yoga with expectant mothers -- yet still know how to challenge your body so you feel as if you've had a good work out. I always feel safe and cared for here and am so glad that I found it.

...it's because of your services and expertise that I continued to breastfeed my baby.

I'm a first time mom and didn't know much about the realtities of how hard breastfeeding was... Every time I came to group I walked away with new helpful information, a new mom friend and felt uplifted by the community you guys have at the mama 'hood.
I tell people that it has become my home away from home and my saving grace

as I went through the end of my pregnancy and am embarking on my journey with my new tiny soul.
I also use the phrase that Amanda Ogden uses, that you are "recreating the cave" to create a sense of community that supports mamas at every step.
Fantastic. I've been taking their prenatal yoga classes and it has really taken me to a different level in my breathing, meditating and building my mama community. The whole staff is supportive and so kind and generous. This is my first pregnancy and everyone I've met there has offered such positive reinforcement and passed along such wonderful resources.

I feel very lucky to have been introduced to this place. Highly recommend! LOVE this place!
Outstanding lactation support and classes. The staff here not only care about the products and information that they offer but also the community they serve. They are mamas on the same journey as their customers, championing modern day families working hard to figure it out. Every new parent should visit and become familiar with their resources.

Looooove the 'hood!

Wow! I am SO glad I found this place. My baby is 12 days old and we have been struggling a bit with some latching issues. My friend who is a Lactation Consultant in California was helping me but she recommended that I find someone local to look at his latch and help us get into a good groove.

I felt lost... I looked online at different certified lactation consultants in town and it was overwhelming. Then I saw that the mama 'hood has lactation services and good reviews. I got in touch with Amanda right away and she was able to get me in within three days!

Our consult with Amanda lasted an hour and a half. She gave us incredible advice for his latch, vitamin recommendations for both mom and baby based on our birth experience (antibiotics, etc that we both got after he was born), she noted the beginning of a candida issue on his little tush and gave us a fix, and she was able to help us see that my supply wasn't increasing enough to keep the little guy growing. He was maintaining but not growing... so she gave us a plan to follow which has already started working (24 hours later).

I can't wait to check in with her at the group meeting next week and see how he is doing. Amanda has really made this overwhelming time and experience so much better/easier/calmer. She also gave us the paperwork needed to get it covered by insurance.

I do have to say, the vaxx comments make me nervous and will make me think twice about bringing (and staying with) the little peanut if someone there is sick but so far, my experience with them has been phenomenal.

Real live quotes from the mama 'hood Annual Survey 2015.