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I lost 40 pounds of baby weight and 20 more pounds of fat by pumping for only 6 months. I have figured out how it all works. How many calories you can burn per ounce of breast milk. Find out how to increase your milk supply and burn as many calories as possible
Pump more, worry less! The ultimate guide to breast pumping with tips to make pumping easier, more comfortable, and more efficient. Information on breast pumps and accessories, pumping schedules, boosting supply, storing breast milk, and more.
Wipes case for bags of frozen milk. It seems so obvious now!
Such a great visual on how much your baby MAY be able or want to take in the early days.
It’s common for breastfeeding moms to doubt their supply, but your breast milk is all your baby’s tiny belly needs! Start with this infographic, and click through to get the facts on infant stomach size. It’s so important to learn how you can know for sure that baby is getting enough.
Power pumping infographic
Power pumping, food choices, and a special cup of tea were just a few changes I made to DRASTICALLY increase my breast milk production in order to re-stock my freezer!
By Earth Mama Angel Baby USDA Certified 100% Organic & Certified Kosher, Organic Milkmaid Tea was created for those times when the "milk of momness" needs a little encouragement. Tasty iced or hot Org
You can add anything to your baby registry with BabyList. Literally anything - even Etsy items, baby sitting, or an aquarium/zoo membership! It's easy, beautiful & free. BabyList works just like Pinterest. Simple enough for the grandparents-to-be too.
Learn helpful breastfeeding latching sequences, care of Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborns. #breastfeeding #baby #sharpmarybirch
Get through the first few weeks and beyond, this is Breastfeeding 101 for beginners! Tips on returning back to work, how to increase milk supply, breastfeeding essentials and more!
Confused about food habits during breastfeeding your baby?Read on to find out our 10 best foods to avoid while breastfeeding to avoid complications in baby.