Nurse Pump Feed

Disclaimer: I have partnered with Milk It Kit to bring you this post.

Dear Working Mom,

I admire you.

I tried it, when my first son was 6 months old. I tried really hard. I left my son, crying for five hours of work. It was the hardest two weeks of my life. Even as a teacher, in a mostly female environment, I felt no support.

I hope that you find support in such a difficult time. Whether it be your first, or fourth child, it is not easy leaving your baby.

Balancing work and motherhood is hard enough. I certainly was not made for it. I do however understand for some it’s what works, for some it is what they have to do, and for some it is what they love. To the working AND pumping moms out there, well that is one tough job.

You balance motherhood, and work, and somehow you find time in your day to consistently pump. You  keep your milk supply up, you learn to let milk flow without the one thing that causes that milk to flow. You sacrifice lunch time, you sit in an empty room, and you pump that milk to make sure your baby is fed.

The time and energy it takes, it’s unbelievable what you do.

You go home and store milk, you clean bottles and pump parts, and you prepare everything, everyday for that little baby that you love.

You are amazing!


Just another mom, trying to do my best.

For all you pumping mom’s out there. There are some really neat products to support you! I love these Milk It Kits –  adorable stickers and signs to label and let people know what you’re doing. The stickers are perfect to label your milk, and the sign will ensure you get the privacy you need!


You can purchase your own Milk It Kit here on (this is an affiliate link). Enter to win one here on Instagram!




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6 Responses

  1. Jacki says:

    Aw I’m sure it’s so hard! I love this sign! So handy

  2. Fatima says:

    Thank you for sharing! YOU are amazing!

  3. Aw, this is so amazing, loved reading this, mama!

  4. Sandra Lucas says:

    So cute!! And would make pumping a little more fun 🙂

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