Medela Recycles Ambassador Spotlight: Heather Nash

May 12, 2015

This month, we’re excited to continue our Medela Recycles donations with a visit to the Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia with Medela Recycles Ambassador Heather Nash! Heather is a 36-year-old working mama to a three-year-old girl and a one-year-old boy. We’re honored to have her support as we spread the word about our new pump… Read More

Brianne Manz on Medela Recycles

April 14, 2015

Breastfeeding is a unique gift that all mothers should have the opportunity to experience, and especially because breastmilk is like medicine to premature babies, it’s important to support NICU moms and ensure their pumping success. Medela Recycles April Ambassador Brianne Manz sat down with us to share how her own breastfeeding journey led to her… Read More

The Size of Your Baby’s Stomach: Breastfeeding in the Early Days

April 7, 2015

It’s totally common for a new mom to doubt her breastmilk supply and question whether she’s making enough milk to satisfy her little one. But, even though your breasts might only produce a few drops of colostrum (“first milk”) in the days after you give birth, that breastmilk is the perfect nutrition for your baby.… Read More

Kileen Valenzuela: Supporting Moms through Medela Recycles

March 12, 2015

Breastfeeding is one of the most wonderful yet challenging experiences of being a new mother. Medela Recycles Ambassador Kileen Valenzuela sat down with us to share how becoming a mother changed her, and how all moms can support one another through Medela Recycles. We are so grateful for your support of Medela Recycles. What inspired… Read More

Medela Recycles FAQ

February 19, 2015

Has your breastfeeding journey with your child come to a close? Medela is committed to providing moms with an exceptional experience from start to finish during their breastfeeding journey, and thanks to a group of passionate and thoughtful moms like you, we were inspired to create Medela Recycles, a breastpump recycling program. Medela Recycles is… Read More