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Breastfeeding
How to Prepare for Your Breastfeeding Journey
As if nine months of pregnancy aren’t challenging enough, many moms are at the start of an entirely new journey once a little one arrives. That’s right, it’s time to breastfeed. Although the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby’s life, this timeframe may seem next to...
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5 Tips for Breast Pumping at Work
Constant feedings and pumping sessions make breastfeeding feel like a full-time job for new working mamas. It may feel like you are juggling breast pump flanges, emails, storage bottles, and meetings all on your own. As overwhelming as this is, you’re not alone! Pumps for Mom is here to help you navigate the challenge of...
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Breastfeeding and Breast Pumping Tips
New and expectant moms are often offered a barrage of advice on the best way to parent their child. From the best cures for morning sickness to recommending formula versus breast milk, friends and relatives love to offer advice based on their own experiences. When it comes to breastfeeding, however, few tips are going to...
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Breastfeeding Versus Formula: What’s Right for You?
Parenthood is full of choices, and deciding whether to breastfeed or formula-feed can feel overwhelming. You may have heard from your parents or grandparents that you were formula-fed and you turned out fine, or that you should breastfeed so your baby can grow up to be a genius. If you’re being pulled in different directions...
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Moms’ Rights for Pumping at Work
Moms in the workplace are nothing new. But navigating the unfamiliar territory of determining how, where, and for how long you are going to pump when you return to work can feel like too much to handle, especially when you’re running on about three hours of sleep. That’s why we are breaking down the legal...
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Breastfeeding During Cold and Flu Season
Although germs are microscopic, they pose potentially serious threats to little ones. Moms may be concerned about breastfeeding during cold and flu season, and trust us, we get it! Read below to learn some tips and tricks for breastfeeding with the flu.  How Can I Avoid Getting Sick While Breastfeeding? No one wants to get...
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Breast Pumping Tips for First-Time Moms
It’s true–breast is best. No one can deny the beneficial properties for moms and babies, but that doesn’t mean breastfeeding and pumping is a walk in the park. With the physical toll of expressing breast milk, breastfeeding is no easy task for a new mom. We compiled this list of tips for first-time moms so...
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The Science of Breastfeeding: How Moms’ Bodies Make Milk
You are not alone if you feel like your body has morphed into one giant mystery through the pregnancy and birthing process. However, the surprises don’t stop there! Post labor and delivery, your body continues to respond to the beautiful journey of motherhood. We understand the confusion and uneasiness for new moms and are here...
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Travel Tips While Breastfeeding
Traveling is no easy task, and it becomes a true balancing act when you throw in a breastfeeding mom and a perpetually hungry baby. Whether it’s your first time out of the house since bringing your newborn home or you travel while breastfeeding your little one every weekend, we are here to help your next...
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Best Foods for Breastfeeding Moms
Did you know you can get an amazing workout in while sitting in your loungewear? At Pumps for Mom, we are officially declaring breastfeeding qualifies as one of America’s hottest workout trends. Your body uses between 450-500 calories each day to make enough breast milk to keep your baby full, according to the American College...
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