The best planning happens before maternity leave. Talk to other working moms and make a plan for pumping at work. We’ve got advice for talking to your boss and getting the most maternity leave.
Smart moms start pumping and storing breastmilk before they go back to work. This will help you not only get comfortable with pumping but also build your milk supply and allow you to save an emergency backup supply of stored milk.
Oh, mama, that first day back is always the hardest. We’ve got tips and tricks for making a smooth transition.
Tips and advice for everything from finding a private place to pump to getting more breastmilk.
Building up a stockpile of milk ensures that you won’t run out when baby has a growth spurt or you have a low production day.
Can you put it in the fridge? Can you put it in the freezer? And why is it swirly? We answer all your questions here.
Breastmilk from the breast is best, but once your milk supply is well established, bottles can come in handy when you and your baby are apart.
Hundreds of businesses all over Texas have programs to support breastfeeding moms. Find out more and learn how to get your company on the list.
Both Texas and Federal law support a woman’s right to breastfeed her child. We’ll help you understand the laws that you need to be aware of as a working, breastfeeding mom.