As if pumping and traveling was not already challenging enough, it becomes even more challenging when access to reliable electricity or clean water adds another obstacle. In this episode we talk to Liat who traveled to Developing Countries and Conflict Zones while having to pump for her son. This takes the Busy Mom Pumping to a whole other level as she speaks about her challenges of keeping the milk cold on a 10-hour flight, the difficult decision to pump and dump and ultimately how she donated milk to local hospitals. This is the first part of our interview as we focus our second part on the reintegration into the work force after having a baby.
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