Category Archives: Tips

Leaky Boobs and Other Weird Breast Pumping Situations You May Face in the Workplace

October 4, 2018

Part Three of our three-part series to assist with your return to work as a pumping mom… Anytime you have naked breasts in the workplace, you open yourself up to some awkward times. While part one and two of this series looked at what you can do to prepare yourself for pumping at work and Read the full article…

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Your First Week of Breast Pumping in the Workplace

September 27, 2018

Part Two of our three-part series to assist with your return to work as a pumping mom… In the first part of this series, we covered what you’ll need to do before your maternity leave ends to successfully pump breast milk while at work. In this second part of our three-part series, we will look Read the full article…

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Preparing for Back to Work as a Pumping Mom

September 20, 2018

Part One of our three-part series to assist with your return to work as a pumping mom… If you’re like most moms, maternity leave seems to zoom by before you know it. Whether you feel like you’re up to the challenge of returning to work or you’re dreading that first day, if you’re breastfeeding your Read the full article…

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hot car safety

June 21, 2018

Every summer we hear the same terrifying stories about children left in hot cars. You think, how can this happen? Know that this can happen to anyone. How easily do we slip into our normal routine and end up on auto pilot driving and most times not even remembering where we’ve just been. Now think how Read the full article…

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Sun Protection for Baby

June 14, 2018

Sunburns are dangerous for all of us, but in babies they can become a medical emergency. Their skin is much more sensitive than ours making them more at risk to develop a sunburn. As parents, we must do everything we can to keep our babies safe from the sun. Seek Shade Infants should always be Read the full article…

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6 signs your baby might be hungry

May 3, 2018

Did you know that crying is actually a late hunger cue from your baby? All babies are born with the ability to know if they are hungry or full. Learn to listen and notice your baby’s cues to ensure she is getting the nutrition she needs to be healthy. By responding to her cues it Read the full article…

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baby names inspired by spring

April 26, 2018

“It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want – oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!” ~ Mark Twain This is so true, so why not let the new Read the full article…

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how nursing wear works

April 19, 2018

why milk nursingwear? All of Milk Nursingwear’s styles feature hidden nursing openings to enable you to breastfeed discreetly and pump conveniently wherever you go. From the outside, no one can tell that these chic styles are nursing wear! The advantage of Milk’s nursing openings is that they are well-placed, and well-sized to enable you to Read the full article…

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Milk Nursingwear April Style Guide

April 5, 2018

Milk Nursingwear’s Flutter sleeve slub nursing top is a new addition to our 2018 spring collection. This adorable nursing top with flutter sleeves adds flare to a great basic top. The empire opening allows for discreet nursing in public and provides convenient pumping access. Paired here with white bootcut pants, a leopard bag and peep-toe wedge, Read the full article…

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Top 5 Podcasts for 2018

March 29, 2018

Podcasts are an amazing alternative to music. Whether listening on a commute to work, running errands or cleaning the house — these podcasts are a great way to be entertained and informed. MISSING RICHARD SIMMONS “On February 15, 2014, fitness guru Richard Simmons disappeared. He stopped teaching his regular exercise class at Slimmons, cut off Read the full article…

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