The Director of Sales: “It’s like a marathon so have a breastfeeding accountability coach”
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This interview took a direction I did not expect when I prepared my questions as my guest Lindsay answered the question of “who did you do it for?” with “ME!” This perspective is one that we had not really looked at yet and so I loved our conversation about doing this for yourself and treating it as a challenge. That comes with the need for an “Accountability Coach” and Mom Tribe. What a nice follow up to the discussion we had with Brandi. What we learned in this episode is that if you plan to breastfeed or pump that is up to you but if you do it, have help and someone cheering you on from the sidelines. If you do not, that is more than ok. There are so many other mommy skills to be good at and that we know you will rock!

We also talked about some feelings and how it is ok to not be ok and to ask for help when you need it!

Products Mentioned:

Milk Stork

Freemie Cups

Changing Pad with Scale


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