Maintaining Milk Supply While Working

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Several months ago I was approached by Rina over at Living With Low Milk Supply about doing an interview with her about working and pumping. I was thrilled since for some strange reason I love talking about pumping (hence this blog).

Working and pumping was basically my life for quite some time and the main reason I started this blog. There is so little information out there on how to successfully pump at work. And I am not talking about the basic info like, “the more often you pump, the more milk you will make.” Sorry, but duh. 

What I was searching for was real tips from real moms. That was hard to come by… 

Rina asks me a lot of great questions about my day to day life as a working, pumping mom. What worked for me may not work for everyone since this journey is so individualistic but it is a good place to start if you are looking for some working and pumping tips!

Head over to Living With Low Milk Supply and read my full interview by clicking here!

Huge thank you to Rina at Living With Low Milk Supply for asking me to be a part of her series! I love sharing my story and experience with others moms and I was honored she thought of me.

Drop me a comment below and let me know what you thought of the interview! 

Happy Pumping!

~Heather Grace


If you want more TIPS for Working and Pumping, visit the resources below!

8 Tips for Pumping at Work

See My Sample Pumping Schedule!

How to Build a Freezer Stash Before Returning to Work

Save Time – Pump and Drive!

How to Introduce a Bottle to a Breastfed Baby

Know Your Rights as a Breastfeeding Employee

How to Talk to your Boss about Pumping at Work


Also See – 

Want a Professional Looking Pump Bag? Find Out Why I LOVE this bag and What Pump I Recommend!

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Find out what I carry in my Pump Bag!

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Cookies to increase your milk supply?? Yes, please! Find out if they work and what I think of other supplements to increase your supply!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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