Have you considered becoming a certified lactation councilor or even an IBCLC? Some hospitals hire CLCs PRN. I think most would want you to have your RN though. You seem so passionate about being hands on with moms/babies..which is wonderful..but I wonder if you know how much time nurses are actually able to spend with patients. You'll be doing assessments, passing meds, calling doctors, reviewing lab results, discharging patients and charting..a lot of charting. Not to say that you won't be doing all the things you enjoy about your current job but you'll also be doing a lot more!