Our pediatrician has a relatively new practice (4-5 months old). They're just getting settled in, so I brought an International Breastfeeding Symbol for their nursing room, which she really appreciated.
She nursed her daughter for 4 months, but stopped when she couldn't pump enough at work. So although she's verbally very supportive of breastfeeding, there isn't much pro-breastfeeding information available -- although there's some (but not tons of) formula stuff.
I said that I knew she probably had lots of formula reps coming around offering samples and literature and handouts. I said that I couldn't provide samples, but that I'd like to be her "breastfeeding rep". I offered to bring in information sheets, posters, pointers to local resources, etc. And she loved the idea!
So.... now I need to come up with the stuff.
I know I want a sheet with resources -- local stuff like LLL and lactation consultants, and websites like kellymom. I'd like some posters for the rooms and nursing room. Some information about breastfeeding myths and information for pumping moms.
What's your favorite breastfeeding information for new moms and moms having trouble? What would you make available if your pediatrician gave you advertising room?