breast fed babies


Having trouble breastfeeding? Have lots of questions? Not sure if things are how they “should” be? Concerned about pain? weight gain? sleepy baby? milk supply? sleep routines?  Meeting virtually works quite well actually and I can assure you that I have enough experience to assess your feeding situation and offer helpful suggestions or plans to improve in nearly all cases.

Call to schedule your consultation with Ann!  919-389-1599

Breastfeeding Classes


Triangle Lactations Virtual Private Prenatal Breastfeeding Prep consultation is known throughout the Triangle area as THE go-to class before baby arrives. We discuss EVERYTHING and view some videos etc so that you feel confident and ready for your baby’s needs. Now held virtually and one on one to address your own specific concerns. Will submit to Aetna, UHC (in network) and to Lactation Network for coverage under BCBS or Cigna!

Breastfeeding Equipment


From medical grade breast pumps to intake weight scales, we offer a comprehensive selection of breastfeeding supplies and equipment.


Welcome to parenting! Triangle Lactation provides you with the best possible, research-based education, care and lactation services for your breastfeeding journey.

Certified by her profession’s highest governing body, The International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE), Lactation Consultant, Ann Conlon-Smith is an expert at helping to develop healthy feeding relationships between parent and baby and work through and resolve any issues that may be standing in the way.  With over 25 years of experience, Ann has earned the trust and confidence of families throughout the triangle area, including hospitals, pediatricians, midwives, and obstetricians.  The hundreds of testimonials she has received from happy, thriving families over the years, are testament to her expertise, professionalism and qualifications to be your choice for a Lactation Consultant.


Breastfeeding Triplets

“It’s been almost 8 months.  It’s hard, it’s a commitment, it’s a sacrifice. I’ve been frustrated, I’ve wanted to give up. I’ve been told I can’t do it. I’ve been asked why I don’t just give bottles.  But I’ve gained more than I’ve given.  I’ve gained one on one time I wouldn’t have otherwise gotten. I’ve given them the best I could. I’ve learned how strong I am.  I debated sharing this photo, but this is my life. This isn’t vulgar, this isn’t sexualized. This is hard work, dedication.  Lets normalize breastfeeding!

A huge thank you to Babymonster Photography for capturing this for me.”