How common is this fear? Let’s look at some statistics that Ohio University discovered in a study. In 2002, 69 percent of mothers breastfed at least once before leaving the hospital. However, 53 percent of those mothers gave their babies formula at the one-week mark and 68 percent turned to formula after one month. Only [...]
Listed are the posts for October 2008.
Last week, Wendy and I started making videos of some of the products that we sell on our website, GotBreastPump.com. It is so funny to make these videos. Neither of us have any experience, other than watching a few videos from YouTube. Here are 2 of the first videos. Scroll down on the page to [...]
Welcome lactating ladies, Have you had that momentary panic, when you noticed, “My milk supply has changed?” Many factors contribute to milk supply problems. At GotBreastPump.com, we have a list of 10 Ways to Increase Breast Milk Supply. Some of GBP’s suggestions are about breast milk enhancers. If you have tried adding extra rest, water, [...]
The most stressful job in the world may actually belong to you, breastfeeding and breast pumping mom.
Motherhood can throw even the most prepared women a few curve balls. That’s why experts around the world know the importance of a good support system. But even the strongest spouse or family and friends can’t protect you from every trying situation. Some stress is inevitable, yet there are times when life’s events seem overwhelming. [...]
Few people on the planet are busier than a working mother who is breast pumping her breast milk for her baby. Juggling home, job, and a new baby may be the most difficult time in any women’s life. A new mother who is breast pumping struggles to find the time to feed her baby, keep [...]
Running a business with a 3 year old around is a bit like riding a roller coaster. Gabrielle will play sweetly while we are doing our individual jobs. We talk with her and watch while she rolls her balls of play dough. One of us will take time out and go for a walk so [...]
Running a business with a 3 year old around is a bit like riding a roller coaster. Gabrielle will play sweetly while we are doing our individual jobs. We talk with her and watch while she rolls her balls of play dough. One of us will take time out and go for a walk so she [...]
Do I have enough Milk? Let’s make life easier for breastfeeding and breast pumping Moms. Figuring out if your baby is getting enough milk is of great concern for all breastmilk mommies. Here is a great visual tool that should help mothers feel more comfortable. Size of a Baby’s Stomach Day 1 Large [...]
Wendy and I are taking huge steps to save money, like everyone else, during this economic train wreck. Yes, our sales have been impacted. We love our work and have been working for years now with no salaries. We allocate all money back into the company, like most small businesses do in their early years. [...]
Save $4,120 in Baby’s 1st Year No more beatin’ ‘round the bush! Family budgets are stressed out! Money is tight and families must find ways to save money. Breastfeeding and breast pumping mother’s milk for your baby will save money in several important ways. Starting your baby on breastmilk saves money in the most obvious [...]