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Introducing a Bottle to a Breastfed Baby

Here is one approach to beginning pumping and introducing bottles that has worked well for many mothers as they prepared to return to work: Once breastfeeding is well established - usually after about four weeks - begin pumping after one feeding a day where your breasts still feel a little full. Remember you are pumping “leftovers” and should only expect a small amount.... Read More

Cleaning and Sanitizing Pumping Accessories

When you are pumping milk for your baby, it is important to clean your pumping accessories properly, whether at work or at home. Items to bring with you in addition to your pump kit: Mild, unscented dish soap (washing up liquid).... Read More

Working and Breastfeeding – Choosing a Child Care Provider

Going back to work and leaving your baby in someone else’s care can be one of the most difficult parts of returning to work. Choosing the right person and right setting takes care. You want to find a setting that will provide the kind of care and attention you would give. You want a setting that respects breastfeeding and your expressed breastmilk.  ... Read More

Working and Breastfeeding

You may choose to continue breastfeeding while working outside the home for many reasons - the best food for your baby, antibodies to protect your baby, great way to reconnect when you return from work, and continuing the special relationship of breastfeeding during your days at home.... Read More

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