My Breastfeeding Experience & Pumping Schedule

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  1. Michelle says:

    I was unsuccessful wother breastfeeding my first child. I am due with my second child in July and really feel like I may just end up puming more than nursing. I have readone a couple of your blogs, but really would like more resources if you have any.
    Even if I have to pump and formula feed. I’d like to try to use what I capable of making and offering it to my child.

    • Catherine says:

      Hi Michelle! First of all congrats on your upcoming baby! I did not do a lot of research on pumping before having my little boy because I was dead set on breastfeeding. My husband and I did go to the breastfeeding class at our hospital and that was a great resource to find out a little bit of what to expect. If there is one thing I have learned is that everyone is completely different when it comes to bf or pumping, there is no perfect guidebook to follow. You almost just have to jump in and find what works for you. If I had to pick one tip to give, out of everything I experienced, it would be to establish your supply in the beginning and the rest will come much easier! Any questions you have I will be happy to answer, just let me know! Good luck!

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