Posts: Pumping

When Breastfeeding Fails

When Breastfeeding Fails

I had never, ever thought about breastfeeding and really wanted no part of it.  I was okay with formula feeding since I had seen my niece and nephew thrive just fine on formula feeds. As I learned that I was having twins and that they were probably going to be...
Packing the Pump Away

Packing the Pump Away

For the last sixteen months I have been in a love-hate relationship with my breast pump, often logging more hours with it than my husband. Six months ago I could produce five ounces of breastmilk in the time it took me to watch an episode of the Mindy Project at...
Sleep Awareness for Preemie Parents

Sleep Awareness for Preemie Parents

March is Sleep Awareness Month! For more information on preemies and sleep, visit our sleep archives.  Trusting Your Baby Without Monitoring It’s a huge relief to finally have your baby home from the NICU, but there can be anxiety leaving the dedicated staff and...