New and expectant mothers often hear the phrase “breast is best.” While it is true that breast milk is the best thing you can offer your little one, it can put undue pressure on a mother who may not be able to breastfeed directly.
With the increasing number in working mothers, breastfeeding is becoming less common. Many mothers are resorting to the use of formula so their babies can still be fed when they aren’t able to be home.
This can often leave mothers with a sense of guilt, feeling as though they are denying their babies wholesome nutrition.
However, there is another way that you can still provide the best nutrition for your baby even if you aren’t home: breast pumping.
Now, it’s no easy feat and will take time and commitment to make it work, but with a little bit of help from these easy to follow tips, you can make it happen.