If you’re a breastfeeding mom going back to work, pumping is just part of your daily routine. But that routine can definitely become more challenging if you need to travel for work. Whether you’re traveling across town or across the country, how do you make the most of your travel experience? How do you maintain your pumping breaks through airports and bus rides? How do you store your milk and make sure it follows all the TSA guidelines? And how do you stay sane throughout the whole process?
Milkies Milk Trays freeze your breast milk in 1-ounce sticks that fit through all bottle openings and allow you to thaw just the right amount of milk for each feeding - so no "liquid gold" goes to waste.
The Breast Milk Keepsake Locket Kit allows you to preserve your own breast milk inside a locket. The kit is meant to be used with your own breast milk only due to health and safety reasons. The kit comes complete with ingredients for preservation, detailed instructions, and a locket with a chain (as shown) so… Continue Reading
Our series continues as we explore what our breastfeeding moms are doing now that their babies are five months old. What does breastfeeding a five month old really look like? What about eating routines, milk supply and nursing in public?