If you're a new mom pumping breast milk for your baby, chances are you may be feeling overwhelmed.
As a mom of three breastfed kids, I've been there. When my first baby was born nine years ago, nothing went as planned. My natural birth? It turned into an emergency c-section. All my plans for nursing went out the window when I had a complicated recovery.
Since I couldn’t nurse, I turned to pumping. I knew how beneficial breast milk was, so if I couldn’t nurse, at least she could still get the benefits of my breast milk.
The problem? I was exhausted and I knew next to NOTHING about pumping, storing, and feeding pumped milk. I scoured the web, but all that info left my head spinning.
I'm passionate about helping moms meet their breastfeeding and pumping goals. That's why I created Pumping Mom Academy, and online e-course designed to teach you everything I've learned about pumping.
Across the span of three kids and nine years, I've pumped about 43 months - that's an estimated 40,000 ounces! Not only that, but I also battled and overcame just about every complication a breastfeeding mom can encounter.
I know what works!
And I want to guide you through your journey, cheering you on and teaching you all the little-known tricks and tips for making pumping life easier...so you can focus on what matters most -- loving on that sweet new bundle of joy!
You'll get unlimited access to all of the training videos, plus free printable summaries and worksheets. Plus lifetime access to all course updates. With Pumping Mom Academy, you can learn at your own pace and refer back to the materials again and again.
You can submit your questions ahead of time or come live, nearly every week of the year I'll be available to take your questions live inside our private Facebook group.
Marianna Chambers is a mental health counselor, a breastfeeding guru, a blogger, and an author. She's passionate about helping moms reach their breastfeeding goals and overcome any challenges that may come their way.
She has a Master of Social work degree from the University of North Carolina and is a licensed clinical social worker. She's not a doctor or a breastfeeding professional, but she's a wealth of breastfeeding knowledge and expereince. She's a real mom who's been there, researched that, and overcame countless breastfeeding struggles.