• What to Have in Your Pump Bag

    What to Have in Your Pump Bag

    Pumping moms may not need everything found in a diaper bag when they head out the door, but even the shortest of trips requires planning ahead.
  • Tips for Pumping Breastmilk

    Tips for Pumping Breastmilk

    Some moms plan to exclusively feed their baby from their breast.
  • Pumping & Flying with Breastmilk

    Pumping & Flying with Breastmilk

    Traveling with baby can be stressful for any mom, but traveling without baby comes with its own collection of concerns for breastfeeding moms.
  • Power Pumping: How to Increase Your Milk Supply

    Power Pumping: How to Increase Your Milk Supply

    The idea behind power pumping is to trick your body into producing more milk by rapidly emptying the breasts. It replicates what babies do when they are “cluster feeding” which is when baby is on and off the breast often so as to signal to your body to increase supply.  It’s not meant to replace your normal pumping routine; rather, it’s designed to enhance your milk supply within...
  • How Can I Donate My Breastmilk?

    How Can I Donate My Breastmilk?

    If you are pumping more breastmilk than you need for your family, you may want to consider donating it. Donating breastmilk is a personal choice, but it is a great service if you are willing and able to do it and can help so many babies in need. Lansinoh recommends that women considering breastmilk donation look to the Human Milk...
  • Weaning and changes in mood

    Weaning and changes in mood

    When you and baby are ready, it's good to know that you may experience a shift in mood.  It's common to feel sad or mildly depressed after weaning while others experience anxiety and mood swing, according to KellyMom. What causes these feelings? Breastfeeding stimulates the creation of hormones like oxytocin which is often referred to as "the love hormone."* Declines...
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