Straight From Moms: Breastfeeding in the Military

September 24, 2013

Being a mom is hard enough. Breastfeeding, returning to work and pumping present a whole new set of challenges – but what if you’re a military mom? We reached out to our community and asked for advice and stories from some of the strongest and most dedicated moms out there – moms in the military… 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

Pumping In The Workplace: Talking to Your Employer

December 11, 2012

You’ve welcomed your new little one into the world, started to get the hang of breastfeeding and spent countless hours cuddling. Unfortunately, it’s almost time for you to return to work and begin providing for your baby in a different way. For a new mom, talking about breastfeeding or pumping to coworkers can take a… Read More

Tips for Talking to Your Employer about Breastfeeding

July 17, 2012

After spending a few months navigating the countless adventures of becoming a mom, the thought of returning to work can be quite intimidating. Don’t let it be. Begin talking to your employer about your breastfeeding needs and come up with a plan for pumping at work. Also, reach out to other breastfeeding or pumping moms… Read More

Developing a Pumping Routine at Work

October 18, 2011

We understand that going back to work can be one of the most challenging times for a breastfeeding mom. It puts incredible demands on your time and, more importantly, cuts into your precious cuddle time with your little one. So, we’re happy to provide you with these tips to make the transition back to work… Read More