Here’s the reality
Unless your breast pump is comfortable, you’re not going to use it.
Not only that, if you aren't comfortable while you're breastfeeding, your body won't respond and your milk supply will suffer.
Too many breastfeeding moms associate pumping with pain and assume that's the way you know your pump is working.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
In fact, pain and discomfort will actually cause your milk to stop flowing and because the more milk you express the more milk you make, not being comfortable can have a negative effect on your overall milk supply.
It all begins with a better understanding of how your body works.
There’s only one problem
Hi, I'm Shari!
As a Registered (L&D) Nurse, a Certified Nurse-Midwife, and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, I've spent the past 30 years supporting thousands of new and expecting moms successfully breastfeed.
Whether you are going back to work or just planning to pump milk for your baby, this course will support you in achieving your long term breastfeeding and pumping goals!