Information Sheets

La Leche League Canada gives permission to download and print these information sheets for non-commercial purposes that are comply with the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes . Your donation is essential and very much appreciated.  Contributions to our work help us cover the cost of producing these Information Sheets and future breastfeeding resources.

For more information on these or other breastfeeding topics or to discuss your own situation, please contact a La Leche League Canada Leader.  If you would like to provide feedback about these Information Sheets, please click HERE

Information Sheets:

  • #410 Amazing Milk 
  • #420 Why Does My Baby Cry? (standard format, limited graphics) 
  • #430 How Fathers Help Breastfeeding Happen
  • #456 Breastfeeding Tips 
  • #457 How to Know Your Baby is Getting Enough Milk 
  • #461 Thrush & The Breastfeeding Family 
  • #462 Tips for Breastfeeding Twins 
  • #469 Establishing Your Milk Supply
  • #471 Storing Human Milk 
  • #481 Preparing to Breastfeed
  • Breastfeeding a Baby With Down Syndrome - Along with the help of La Leche League Canada editors, the Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS)  produced this booklet
  • Trans Nursing Tip Sheet 

Information Sheets in other languages:

  • #410-C    Amazing Milk (Chinese)
  • #410-Ps  Amazing Milk (Pashto) 
  • #456-C    Breastfeeding Tips (Chinese-traditional)
  • #456-sC  Breastfeeding Tips (Simplified Chinese)  
  • #456-A    Breastfeeding Tips (Arabic)
  • #457-A    How to Know Your Baby is Getting Enough Milk (Arabic) 
  • #457-C    How to Know Your Baby is Getting Enough Milk (Simplified Chinese) 
  • #462-A    Tips for Breastfeeding Twins (Arabic) 
  • #462-C    Tips for Breastfeeding Twins (Simplified Chinese) 

Why Does My Baby Cry? is intended to be printed on legal sized paper and folded:

 

LLL International's Womanly Art of Breastfeeding Tear Sheets

The first 4 quick reference tear-sheets have been translated into French; click on the links below for the English or French version.

To encourage, promote and provide breastfeeding, chest feeding and human milk feeding support and educational opportunities as an important contribution to the health of children, families and society