What are My Rights for Pumping at Work?

May 6, 2017

More than 65 percent of moms in the U.S. go back to work full or part-time after the birth of their child, 40 percent of whom are the primary source of income for their family. And, many of these moms are still breastfeeding their infants, making pumping at work a necessity. Luckily, there are laws in place… Read More

The Great Big Pumping Post

August 23, 2016

I’ll start with a bit of background so that you mamas know where I’m coming from: I breastfed my first daughter, Olivia, from the time she was born and finally weaned her at 18 months. I had a pretty decent maternity leave and was almost exclusively nursing her for the first 4 months, and then… Read More

3 Steps to Finding the Perfect Bra for Pumping at Work

December 9, 2015

By Bravado Designs When it comes to nursing bras, finding the perfect fit isn’t easy for many new moms. You want the support and style you get from your standard bras, but now have new needs such as soft cups for your sensitive breasts and clasps that unclip easily to breastfeed or pump. New moms… Read More

16 Tips + Tricks For Moms Who Pump Frequently

November 24, 2015

Do you pump multiple times a day? If so, you’re definitely considered a “frequent pumper.” Congratulations! With frequent pumping comes joy and the knowledge that you’re giving your baby the very best. But breast pumping can also bring uncertainty, questions and even concerns. Here are some great tips and tricks designed to make frequent pumping… Read More

Ask the LC: Breastfeeding and Going Back to Work

October 27, 2015

It’s true what they say—there’s nothing more joyful and rewarding than being a mom. But caring for a tiny, little human comes with great responsibility, uncertainty and sometimes, let’s just be honest, fear and anxiety. For many moms, figuring out how to marry a regular pumping schedule with a demanding workday is one of the… Read More