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Milk and Honey Paediatrics creates deeply supportive and nourishing experiences for Māmā, Pēpī and Whānau through those significant first 1000 days of life and beyond. We are Paediatricians and breastfeeding experts,  based in Auckland Central. We provide you and baby with one-on-one support for all your breastfeeding, sleep, tongue-tie and general paediatric needs.  

We see babies, children and young people up to the age of 15 years and draw from a range of

evidence-based sources to give holistic comprehensive advice.




Tongue Tie

Babies + Kids


Support for breastfeeding issues such as tongue-tie, mastitis, blocked ducts, milk supply, pain and difficulty latching.

Sleep is very important for babies and parents. We offer a personalised sleep assessment and  suggestions that suit you and your family.

We offer assessment and holistic advice to whether division is necessary. The proceedure is usually straightforward. 

General paediatric issues such as weight gain in babies, fussing, milk intolerances, spilling,   pain and breathing issues.

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Dr Abby Baskett 

Paediatrician and Breastfeeding
​Specialist (FRACP, IBCLC, NDC accredited)

Abby has an an interest in difficult breastfeeding issues, tongue ties, unsettled crying infants, difficulties with infant weight gain as well as general paediatric issues.

Dr Carmen Basu

​Specialist Paediatrician

Carmen is a Paediatrician with a special interest in seeing babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. She performs tongue tie assessments too. If you have an older child who would benefit from a thorough medical assessment, especially if there are multiple concerns, then Carmen is very happy to see them too. More


Our Clinic

We are available Mondays,
alternate Thursdays and

Level 3 

Parnell Birthcare

20 Titoki St, Parnell

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What we support

Milk and Honey Paediatrics are passionate about equity and giving back to marginalised communities. As part of our private practice we are in the process of setting up a charitable foundation to redistribute time, resources and money to whānau in need.