• How To Support A Breastfeeding Mom's Return To Work

    How To Support A Breastfeeding Mom's Return To Work

    Many women feel torn about returning to work after having a baby, especially if they’re breastfeeding. New moms need to pump breast milk every few hours throughout the day, and they may worry that it won’t be possible to do that at work without causing a stir.
  • A Better Way to Give a Bottle: Paced Feeding

    A Better Way to Give a Bottle: Paced Feeding

    Bottles are a convenient way to feed your baby if you need to be apart from your little one but still want them to reap the benefits of breastmilk. But it’s easy to overfeed your baby with a bottle, which can lead to colic-like symptoms in the short term and obesity later in life. So the WAY you bottle feed matters, and this is...
  • Hands on Pumping

    Hands on Pumping

    Ever notice your baby grabbing and kneading at your breast while they’re feeding? Hands-on pumping means using your hands to massage your breasts while you express breastmilk with a pump.  
  • Which Pump is Right for Me?

    Which Pump is Right for Me?

    We’ve summarized the different types of pumps and their pros and cons to help you choose.
  • Preparing to pump

    Preparing to pump

    As you think about preparing to breastfeed, you may be thinking about pumping as well. Everyone’s experience is different. Many moms successfully breastfeed well into the toddler years without ever touching a pump.
  • Add pumping to your breastfeeding routine

    Add pumping to your breastfeeding routine

    A lot of moms think they need to pump in order to maintain strong milk supply - but don’t feel pressured. Breastfeeding your baby on demand is the best way to maintain milk supply. If your baby is gaining weight and has enough wet and dirty diapers, you don’t need to worry about adding pumping.
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