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For parents with a newborn, traveling during the holidays (or really anytime) can get frustrating or confusing when it comes to knowing what to bring to cater to your infant's needs. While it might be a bit more challenging to travel with your new baby, especially if you are using a breast pump regularly, there are lots of great tricks to help make things run smoothly.Read More

So what exactly is the deal with TSA and pumping and breastfeeding moms? Looks like the post 9/11 rule, the 3-1- 1 rule, that all passengers are allowed 3.4-ounce bottles of liquids in a 1-quart size, clear plastic bag - doesn't apply to breast milk. Yes! One less thing to worry about as I carry my infant through a super crowded and never long enough, Atlanta connection. Although it’s permitted, here are a few things to remember to make getting through TSA easier.

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Pumping breast milk at work involves the risk of embarrassing situations. Maybe someone walks in on you when you're pumping and forgot to lock the door, or the CEO asks you where you're going when you're on your way to the pumping room, or as you're walking back to your desk you drop your cooler bag with your bottles in it and they spill out all over the floor.Read More
Breastfeeding and pumping can create a lot of challenges when you're traveling for the holidays or embarking on a cross-country vacation. Finding a private place to get comfortable enough to have a good pumping session can seem impossible, especially when you're at the airport, scrambling to get from point A to point B. Mamava nursing "lactation" pods are here to save the day— the cute, comfy space offers everything a breastfeeding mama needs to breastfeed or pump in privacy!Read More
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