What are my breastfeeding options?
Going back to work after having a baby can take a lot of planning.Both working and caring for a baby are demanding, and many mothers rethink their priorities. Breastfeeding is one part of this picture. Learn More
How can I prepare while I'm home with my baby?
Your weeks or months at home after your baby is born are a time of closeness and togetherness. If you plan to go back to work, it is also a time to think about your breastfeeding goals and plan for later. Learn More
How much milk should I leave for my baby?
One of the many things to plan when you go back to work after having a baby is how much milk to leave. This information may help you with your planning. Learn More
How should I plan for my first day back at work?
When you were pregnant, going back to work once your baby was born probably seemed like no big deal. But now you have an actual baby at home, and it probably seems a lot more daunting. Here are some tips to ease the transition. Learn More
How much time will I need at work for pumping?
Going back to work after having a baby can take a lot of planning. One aspect of this is figuring out how to fit pumping into your work day. Learn More
How can I keep up my milk production long term?
Many employed mothers who pump at work worry about meeting their long-term breastfeeding goals. Learn More
If I can't pump during my full-time work hours, what should I do?
If work or life circumstances prevent you from pumping at work, and you’ll be away from your baby long enough for your breasts to feel uncomfortably full, you can still breastfeed during the hours you and your baby are together. Learn More