Queen Bee becomes a Warmth Network Partner for the ABA
Queen Bee started as a home based business after the birth of my first son whom I passionately breastfed up until the age of 3. At the time I was unable to find discreet nursing wear, and found beautiful brands that I bought to Australia and quickly realised other mums were interested too... so began the Queen Bee story. 12 years on we're proud to become an Australian Breastfeeding Association Warmth Network Partner. Knowing we can support other mums on their breastfeeding journey is a true privilege as we support mums on their passage into motherhood.
As quoted from the ABA:
I’m proud that Queen Bee is a Warmth Network Partner for the Australian Breastfeeding Association. The ABA offer new mothers a place to turn, as well as those who are going though difficult times or need some extra help. ABA has more than 1,300 volunteers who generously give their time, knowledge and experience to ensure that the Breastfeeding Helpline and ABA’s other support services are available to all mums whenever they need them — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. They make a real difference to mothers, babies and their families Australia wide.
Such an amazing organisation to turn to if you have any questions about breastfeeding - none too big or small, the lovely ladies at the ABA are there to help.
Enjoy the journey,
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