asks from Philadelphia
My second baby is due in February. I will be on maternity leave for 2 months, then it's back to work. Based on my job (and commute time) I will be away from my baby :-...
asks from Chicago
Hi... I will be going back to work on April 1 and would like to start pumping now so I can have a small supply and then I will continue pumping probably three times wh...
asks from Chicago
I'm looking for suggestions and things to steer clear of where breast pumps are concerned. I will most likely be going back to work full time after 3 months and would...
asks from Phoenix
I have a 4 1/2 mo old boy. Since he was born I did not make enough milk and was told to supplement with formula. I work full time and have a long commute, so I don't g...
asks from Harrisburg
I've started back to work and my son is almost 12 weeks old. He's a big guy, already almost 14lbs! At daycare he eats about 4-4oz bottles during the day. I really want...
asks from Seattle
I will be returning to work when my daughter is 6 weeks old. My husband will be home with her for another 6 weeks, and then she will be going to daycare. I have deci...
asks from Chico
Just wondering about healthy ways to increase my milk supply. My daughter is 6 months old and I just returned to work fulltime. I would like to hear other moms suggest...
asks from Toledo
I'm looking for any advice and recommendations from all of you moms out there. This is our first child and I'm not sure which items I should buy or avoid. I'd particul...
asks from Rochester
I have been debating pumping for the past 5 months of 7. I am leery of the plastic and it's 'phthalates' and other garbage that is newly discovered in it. Now, I have ...
asks from Washington DC
we are epecting in november,but i have started shopping and researching.
am a stay at home mom, this is my first pregnancy and am planning things ahead as i dont want...