Amanda from ExclusivePumping.com is a well-known resource in the pumping world and I had the pleasure of hosting her as a guest on my show. In this episode we go back to the basics. She gives us advise on how to approach the pumping at work question with our bosses and how to prepare ourselves for this discussion by researching our rights. We talk about the worst-case scenario outcome and how to get around it. I asked her about the basic pumping must-haves, sterilization rules and milk storage.
Amanda is not only the creator of exclusivepumping.com but she also wrote two books Exclusive Pumping and Milk Supply and Weaning from the Pump. She started the Exclusive Pumping Facebook group that has over 29K followers and created the Exclusive Pumping newsletter.
In short, she is an amazing resource for any mom that is considering pumping and it is a must-read for any mom who wants to embark on this journey.
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