Ask an Expert: Workplace Rights of Breastfeeding Moms

April 28, 2015

Returning to work after the birth of a baby can be difficult for any mom, but for breastfeeding moms, this transition often comes with its own set of challenges. We asked our Facebook community what questions they had about rights related to breastfeeding and pumping at work, and then compiled some of the top questions… Read More

What Are My Rights for Pumping at Work?

December 19, 2013

[Updated 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,… Read More

Tips for Using a Breast Pump On the Go

December 6, 2013

Feeding at the breast isn’t always possible for nursing moms. Whether you pump exclusively, pump at work, or need to be separated from your baby for any number of reasons, pumping your milk away from home can be frustrating – but it doesn’t have to be. You absolutely can get the hang of it, and… Read More

Talking to Your Employer About Breastfeeding: What to Say

August 20, 2013

Working moms already have a lot to think about, not to mention the anxiety that often comes along with talking to an employer about breastfeeding. You might be preparing to welcome your little one into the world and are making arrangements for your maternity leave. Maybe you’re about to return to work and still need… Read More