|Hands Free Pump Bra||
One of the many reasons Moms quit breastfeeding is their milk didn't come in right away and their baby was hungry - so they give up on the breast. Sometimes it may take up to a week or longer for a woman's breast milk to come in and their breasts to become fully engorged. It is a stressful time trying to learn the new skill of breastfeeding (for both mom and baby) and create a consistent schedule for your breast while your baby is crying and hungry. However, if you express your breast milk on a consistent schedule (try 15 minutes every 3 hours) your milk will become consistent to that schedule, after a few days your breasts will be filling like clockwork! Many woman who use a breast pump, also breast feed - if you're baby is hungry when it is your time to pump go ahead and breast feed instead of pumping. If you're baby isn't hungry when its your scheduled pump time, simply slip on your Hands Free Pump Bra while relaxing and holding your beautiful baby! (And studies show the endorphin release you get from holding your baby can help with your milk letdown).
Exclusively Pumping Blog
for those who choose to pump exclusively or pump because they can't breastfeed...this blog is for you!