National Children's Museum

National Children's Museum to Feature Mothers Room Sponsored by Lansinoh

National Children’s Museum, a congressionally-designated cultural and educational institution that has served children and families in Washington, D.C. for 45 years, received a sponsorship from Lansinoh Laboratories, Inc. for a Mothers Room in the museum, which is set to reopen in downtown D.C. in Fall 2019.

“Lansinoh is an industry leader in the fields of mother and infant feeding health. A critical piece of our mission is to ensure that the whole family is supported and engaged, and we’re thrilled to partner to ensure a modern Mothers Room in the Museum,” said Elise Lemle, director of exhibits and education at National Children’s Museum. “The Mothers Room will help foster a welcoming, inclusive environment for families at National Children’s Museum, and Lansinoh’s generous sponsorship guarantees that breastfeeding or pumping mothers and nursing infants who would like to use a private room are accommodated during their visit.”

A partnership with Lansinoh ensures that National Children’s Museum will have a best-in-class Mothers Room equipped with modern amenities, as well as Lansinoh’s line of essential breastfeeding products complimentary for nursing mothers. As content experts, Lansinoh will also help provide resources on important mother and infant health information.

“We believe that every mom and family deserves access to support and resources that make breastfeeding a comfortable experience for both mom and baby,” said Angie Teates, the vice president of North America at Lansinoh. “Through our partnership with National Children’s Museum we hope the Mothers Room will provide more moms with the support and resources they need for positive breastfeeding and pumping experiences when visiting the museum.”

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