Knowing When To Stop Pumping

Without a doubt, the hardest part of both my breastfeeding journeys has not been what you might expect. It has not been those initial weeks where you and baby are still figuring each other out. It has not been managing the hunger that comes with nursing. It has not been cracked nipples, mastitis, or engorgement. […]

The Easy Way to Bring Breast Milk on a Plane

When I went to BlogHer a few weeks ago, I was as prepared as possible for pumping while I was gone. I had my trusty Sarah Wells Abby bag filled with everything I needed – my pump, my flanges and additional parts, my freemies, storage bottles, and more. I had extra supplies loaded into my checked baggage – my tea, Oat Mama bars, dish soap, a bottle brush, and even a roll of paper towels to air dry all my parts on. I was incredibly prepared for everything.

What’s in My Pump Bag: A List For Working Moms

One of the things I was nervous about when I went back to work a few months ago didn’t have anything to do with daycare, or with work itself.

It was packing my pump bag. I wanted to make sure I was prepared for every situation and had everything I needed to make pumping at work as easy as I could. I’m pretty happy with the supplies I have stashed in my bag, so I wanted to share in case you’re trying to pack your pump bag too!

When Motherhood is Hard

I so often like to write as if everything is sunshine and rainbows. Look at me, being crazy busy and making it all work! Look at me – if I’m doing it, you can too! I like my writing to be a source of positivity and inspiration. I am always trying to find the positive […]

How to Multitask While Pumping

This post was sponsored by NUK as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central, however all opinions expressed are my own. As a mom, and especially as a working mom, I am constantly multitasking. In fact, I rarely just do one thing at a time – I’m almost always doing at least two things […]

What You Should Know About Pumping at Work

It’s officially my last week of maternity leave with Ella. I have been so fortunate to be home with her for 15 weeks, but I am ready to head back to work. Since this is my second time going back, I pretty much know what to expect. There’s only one thing I’m nervous about – […]