Hospital Grade Breast Pump


For more than four months, the breast pump was my near-constant companion. We couldn’t make the 2-hr (each way) trek home without it. I couldn’t sleep through a night without a visit to it. I could attach all those parts and components in the dark with no contacts or glasses in record time. I cannot say that I always loved the breast pump that we rented from the hospital. But I will say that I’m glad I didn’t have to live without it. It is a tool that was worth its weight in gold. Liquid gold. : ) Because of all that efficient pumping, my daughter was able to be fed breast milk, exclusively, for seven months. Not the twelve months we hoped for, but still good.

If you have a very premature baby, I would encourage you to try pumping for your child. There are so very many benefits for these babies. If, for whatever reason, you are not able to, please check out this post on saving money on specialty formula.

In the near future (perhaps next week?), I’ll be doing a short series going into a little more detail about pumping for your infant.

For more great tools, check out Toolin’ Up Tuesday hosted at Life as Mom.

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Hospital Grade Breast Pump


For more than four months, the breast pump was my near-constant companion. We couldn’t make the 2-hr (each way) trek home without it. I couldn’t sleep through a night without a visit to it. I could attach all those parts and components in the dark with no contacts or glasses in record time. I cannot say that I always loved the breast pump that we rented from the hospital. But I will say that I’m glad I didn’t have to live without it. It is a tool that was worth its weight in gold. Liquid gold. : ) Because of all that efficient pumping, my daughter was able to be fed breast milk, exclusively.

If you have a very premature baby, I would encourage you to try pumping for your child. There are so very many benefits for these babies. If, for whatever reason, you are not able to, please check out this post on saving money on specialty formula.

In the near future (perhaps next week?), I’ll be doing a short series going into a little more detail about pumping for your infant.

For more great tools, check out Toolin’ Up Tuesday hosted at Life as Mom.

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