Need ways to entertain your toddler while you are nursing your infant? This was something I struggled with shortly after bringing my second baby home from the hospital. What to do with that little ball of energy when nursing an infant requires you to be practically naked (maybe that was just me…)?
In the world of breast pumps, that term holds some weight. Most would assume a breast pump labeled hospital grade would be stronger, bigger, better. But is that really true? What is a hospital grade breast pump exactly?
Guest Post by Jenny Silverstone
If you are looking to get a breast pump for the first time, you might be shocked by the sticker price for a good quality pump. They are not cheap. Shelling out several hundred dollars for a pump might not have been in the budget. And then add everything else you are purchasing for a new baby and it can really hurt the wallet.
Guest Post by Megan Ann
As pumping moms, we get accustomed to pumping a certain amount of breast milk at specific times of the day. 6 ounces in the morning or 4 ounces after lunch, etc, etc. Have you ever started a trend of pump less than you know you should? Have you ever thought, “why is my pump losing suction?”
One hotly debated topic among moms is whether or not it is acceptable to have a baby shower with your second (or more) baby. I honestly have never cared what a mom chooses to do and have attended many baby showers for moms with multiple kids (I seriously love baby showers). Every pregnancy should be celebrated!