Although it can be a little tricky to get used to at first, expressing and pumping breast milk shouldn’t hurt, feel uncomfortable or cause breast tenderness.
Returning to Work
Let’s run through what foods you can include in your breastfeeding diet to support breast milk production.
We’ve pulled together a list of tips to help make the transition from parental leave to heading back to work as smooth as it can be…
YOU MIGHT FEEL DAUNTED ABOUT THE PROSPECT OF FINDING THE TIME TO EXPRESS. IF YOU’RE GOING BACK TO WORK OR SIMPLY WANT TO GET HELP FEEDING, FIND A ROUTINE THAT WORKS FOR YOU. When you’re expressing at home to build up your supply and a stash of milk, once a day is plenty. The aim
Whether you are moving from breastfeeding to bottle feeding or combination feeding it can be pretty frustrating if your little one refuses the bottle. It will certainly lead you to wonder who the boss in parenting really is! It’s a problem many parents face and there’s lots of advice out there with no magic solution.
Remember to use the oldest breastmilk in your freezer stash first. It’s always helpful to store your newly pumped milk at back and clearly label it with the date it was expressed, that way, when you’re reaching for some frozen milk to give your baby, you’ll always start with the oldest milk first. The easiest