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  1. Lacy Rohre says:

    Another essential item I used, which looks totally silly, is one of those pumping bras with a zipper in front and places for the flanges. That left me hands free to read a book or even continue working on my laptop if I needed to.

  2. Maria Wright says:

    Power pumping helped me when my supply was low. Pump for 1 hour with 10 mins on and 10 mins off until the hour is off. I usually get more the next session. It makes you body think the baby is cluster feeding. I did this every week after my LO was 6mos and I was able to breastfeed for 12 months.

  3. smallfriendly says:

    These are great tips! I am so glad I can bring my little one to work because I HATE pumping. Thanks so much for including my cookie recipe!

  4. Tara Greskoviak says:

    I made a hands free bra with an old sports bra that had a zipper in front. Works great and cheaper then any sold.

  5. Dana Schreiner says:

    Great un-bias, helpful information! Informing and encouraging mommas without going overboard! It’s a delicate line, when the work is probably one of the number one reasons for weaning, but it doesn’t have to be if we don’t want it to be!

  6. Breastfeeding Tips for New Moms says:

    Great tips! These are helpful for Breastfeeding.

  7. Randy Chorvack says:

    I like that you mentioned that having accommodations for breastfeeding is required by law. A lot of new moms don’t know this and are forced to use a bathroom stall. I’ll make sure to tell my wife this.