*Keep in mind that most lactation professionals recommend Medela, Avent, & Ameda/Hollister brand pumps – the links to these companies are under Supplies
Milk Storage Guidelines from La Leche League
Day Care Breast Milk Storage Guidelines
Storage & Handling of Breastmilk
Introducing a Sippy Cup -if baby is 4+ months, you may not need to bother with a bottle.
Baby Won’t Take Bottle by Janes Squires, RN, IBCLC
Refuses a bottle
Refusing a Bottle -Paula Yount
Avent Isis Pumping Tips -need to see if I can find an updated link for this, let me know if you have something!
Do all Breastfeeding Mothers Need a Pump? -KellyMom.com
I’m pumping my milk to feed my baby, but my supply is going down. What do I do?
Is it ok to mix human milk and formula?
Video clips -“Why you may want a breast pump,” “Types of pumps,” & “Pumping Schedule”
PumpMoms The Pump List is a positive, supportive and resourceful environment for moms who want to pump breast milk for their own babies. Pump activity varies from occasional to full-time use. This group discusses pumping and related topics (ie lactation problems, supply boosters). Here’s the webpage associated with PumpMoms.
Increasing milk supply, this is particularly for pumping/working moms
My Pump Isn’t Working! Troubleshooting Breastpump Users -Bright Future Lactation Resource Center
Extra large flange for pumps, for women with large nipples-Our extra-large glass breastshields are designed to accommodate larger nipples during pumping. Shields attach easily to all Medela standard breastshields. Kit includes rubber stopper, glass shield and instructions.
Avent Replacement Parts
Planning on Using Breast and Bottle? – If you are at home with your children, there is no need to run the risk that the use of a bottle is to the breastfeeding relationship. Although this arrangement can certainly work for women who must, breastfeeding works optimally with feeding at the breast only. I have seen articles in popular parenting magazines touting the convenience of doing both, but here are some reasons why it isn’t always as easy as it may seem.
How do you Hand Express your milk?
Manual Expression of Breastmilk: Marmet Technique Chele Marmet
Manually Expressing Breastmilk
Expressing Breastmilk for your Premature Baby
Pumping and Breastfeeding by Sherri Hedberg, IBCLC
Shopping for a Breast Pump Parents Place Deb Donovan, IBCLC
Where can you get a good breast pump?
Breast pumps – rent, purchase or need at all? by Anne Smith, IBCLC
Do I really need a breast pump? by Anne Smith, IBCLC
Are Second-hand Breast Pumps Safe?
Breast Pumps by Jane Squires, RN, IBCLC
Best time to pump by Jo-Anne Lawless, HCA, LC
Do you need to Sterilize Pump Parts?
Can I reuse expressed breastmilk? by Jo-Anne Lawless, HCA, LC
Expressed Breastmilk Calculator – This calculator estimates the ounces of milk required per 24 hour period.
Change in color of milk by Jo-Anne Lawless, HCA, LC
Funny Milk when milk looks or smells unusual
Nipple bleeds during pumping – sore nipples from breastfeeding vs. pumping
Introducing a bottle to breastfed baby by Anne Smith, IBCLC
When to introduce bottles by Jo-Anne Lawless, HCA, LC
Artificial Nipples/Nipple Confusion by Anne Smith, IBCLC
Introducing Bottles and Pacifiers to a Breastfed Baby by Anne Smith, IBCLC
Long-term Pumping When Direct Breastfeeding Doesn’t Work Out – guidance from Linda Smith, IBCLC
Are Pacifiers a Problem for the Breastfeeding Baby?
When is it ok to introduce a pacifier?
Pacifier use: Can it reduce your milk supply?
Bf affected by pacifier use
Pacifiers: Do they really cause early weaning?
10 Reasons for NOT using a Pacifier
Pacifiers by Anne Smith, IBCLC
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