I'm stuck in a quote box here.. but @kopp5988 I agree with @rogro118 to see who is teaching it - since it sounds like you found out it is an LC, I would also just research that person to make sure her views align with yours. The hospital LC I had with my son was awful and continuously commented on my CS and epidural and also told me not to use a nipple shield but to EP instead if my child wouldn't latch properly. Since her views do not align with mine, I will have no issue not seeing her this time regardless of whatever issues I'm experiencing. Also, I'm not sure there is much value in a class prior to the baby being born because its just so hard to know how your baby/experience will be at that time. I took a child birth class before birth, not sure it was much I didn't already know. I took a brief child care class at the hospital after my son arrived and I thought that was more helpful for me (covered diapering, what to look for with newborn diapers, how to care for DS's circumcision, etc).
I'm ready to delve into the world of baby registries and I think I have it narrowed down to babylist.com and Amazon. 1) Which do you prefer? 2) Does it make sense to have both or should I just stick with one of them?