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How to Pack Your Breast Pump Bag

A lot goes into breast pumping, and it can be intimidating to pack it all to pump on the go. Pumps for Mom has your back, mama! We know exactly what you need to make pumping anywhere more comfortable. Check out the items you need below.   Quality Pump Bag First things first, you need a […]

How to Stop Breastfeeding 

All good things must come to an end (eventually), and nursing is one of them. Whether you’re celebrating the closing of the era or feeling nostalgic for your breast milk bonding sessions, knowing how to wean your child off breastfeeding and into the next phase is important. Pumps for Mom is here to help—there’s not […]

The Benefits of Using a Breast Pump

At Pumps for Mom, we’re huge advocates of using a breast pump to ensure your baby is well-fed. It’s typically easier than feeding, and it doesn’t have to be expensive. There are plenty of benefits to pumping, and it’s a great way to feed your baby breast milk, whether you have a busy schedule, problems […]

Best Positions for Breast Pumping

Breast pumping happens during the recovery period after giving birth, when many physical changes happen. Finding a comfortable position during pumping is essential to avoid unnecessary fatigue or pain. As a new mom, you’ll want to prioritize comfort to be your happiest, healthiest self. Pumps for Mom compiled some of the most common pumping and […]

Breastfeeding Secrets for New Moms

Breastfeeding is a whole new world for first-time mamas. It can be daunting, but there’s plenty of information available for moms to research and learn tips and tricks. All you need to do is ensure your baby is healthy and well-fed. There are a few secrets, though, that make breastfeeding and pumping easier for new […]

Breast Pumping: Different with Your Second Child? 

Many mothers are not new at being moms—in fact, many tried-and-true pumping pros out there have been through this before. Still, some things are different with your second child simply because they are a different human being than your first. Differences may include milk supply or nursing habits, leading to more or less pumping. Read […]