Category Archives: Pumping Tips

How to Thaw Breastmilk From the Freezer

How to thaw breastmilk from the freezer

So you’ve built up a freezer stash – awesome! You might be wondering how to thaw breastmilk from the freezer safely, and without damaging it. Here are several methods you can use to thaw breastmilk from the freezer. Thaw breastmilk overnight in the refrigerator If you know in advanced when you’ll be using frozen breastmilk, […]

Can you Offer Breastmilk in a Cup? Baby Bottles for Breastmilk Feeding and More

Babies of all ages can drink breastmilk from a cup. This is a great alternative to baby bottles for breastmilk feeding.

If you’ve purchased a breast pump you might be wondering about how to feed expressed breastmilk to your baby. Did you know that there is more than one method for breastmilk feeding? It’s important to be familiar with alternatives to bottle feedings because you never know when you might need them. There’s also more than […]

The Best Breast Pump for Twins: Tips for Breastfeeding Twins

Here's why the Spectra S1 is the best hospital grade breast pump on the market today.

Are you expecting twins or triplets? Are you planning on breastfeeding twins or multiples? If you’re considering buying a breast pump to build and maintain milk supply while breastfeeding twins, you might be wondering what the best breast pump for twins is. Here’s what you need to know about pumping for and breastfeeding twins and […]

Scalding Breastmilk with High Lipase

Label your breastmilk storage bags ahead of time to make breast pumping at night easier.

Does your expressed breastmilk smell or taste off? Even worse, is baby refusing to drink it? It might not be as bad as you think, and in fact, completely normal. Your breastmilk could have high lipase. Before you replace your freezer, read this. What is lipase and why is it in my breastmilk? Lipase is […]