Pumping 101 -
learn how to pump, when you have no idea where to start

pumping tips for new moms

Are you a little intimidated when it comes to pumping breast milk? Maybe you’re all in for making that amazing milk for your baby, but now you’re nervous you won’t be able to do it. You’re a busy mom, and figuring out when and where to pump feels like a little too much when you’re already trying to keep up with a newborn.

It’s time to take your pump out of the bag and create a pumping schedule. I know how overwhelming pumping enough milk can seem. It doesn’t need to be another exhausting part of your day. When you make breast milk for your baby, you should get so excited and proud that you can’t wait to brag to your husband how many ounces you got! Not a feeling of dread and “Oh no, I have to do that again tomorrow”.

Stop stressing about how to pump for your baby, with this complete guide to pumping for new moms!

You don't have to cry about spilled milk - or even pumping milk! Make pumping so easy, it doesn't seem like a chore.

When I decided to breastfeed, I knew I’d eventually have to pump when I went back to work. Unfortunately, at about 8 months pregnant, I found myself crying because I didn’t know how or when I should start pumping! 

I don’t want you to have to go through what I did – so I’ve laid everything out in the easiest steps + a new workbook!

pumping breast milk

Less worries = Faster Pumping = More Time With Your Baby

Did you know that stress can reduce your milk supply and make pumping take LONGER? After reading this ebook and following the workbook, you’ll feel at ease and be able to pump stress free!

Maybe you know the feeling section...

Where/When To Even Start

It's normal to wonder where and when you should start pumping. This guide has an easy flowsheet to help you figure out exactly when it's right for you to start pumping based on your needs.

Trying to Build a Freezer Stash

Wondering how to keep breastfeeding your baby AND pump breast milk to build a freezer stash? I'll give you step by step tips to keep your baby full AND build a freezer stash!

How to Pump at Work

So you have to go back to work, but want your baby to keep getting breast milk. It's easier than it seems! I'll tell you your rights and help you get all set up to pump at work - the right way.

The tips you need to keep breastfeeding/pumping when you can't keep up with baby's milk needs

When I finally knew how to pump – I was able to relax. But I still wasn’t keeping up with my baby’s desire for more milk at daycare! I needed to increase my milk supply – so I tried these easy and quick tricks (that I’ll teach you!). Within a few days, my milk supply was back where I wanted it to be. 

The truth is that the 4 biggest mistakes new moms make are...

Having too much Stress

If you’re stressing, you could be severely hurting your breast milk supply. Relaxing can give you the boost you need to have a great milk supply.

Starting to pump too late

Don’t start pumping too late! Even if you don’t plan to go back to work, having a small frozen stash of breast milk can help in case of an unexpected event or give you a date night out.

Not pumping at the right time

Breastfeeding and pumping is all about supply and demand. If you don’t pump or nurse often enough, your body won’t know to make enough milk to support your baby’s needs.

having the wrong nutrition

While breastfeeding and pumping use a ton of calories, most moms forget that they need calories to make breast milk. Drinking water and eating good nutritious foods can have a big impact on your breast milk.

Introducing Pumping 101!

pumping tips for new moms

Are you ready to pump breast milk like a pro? New moms can rest easy, with this step by step guide to starting pumping, pumping at work, and increasing your milk supply – the easy way.

Take a look inside

The basics

Learn the basics of breastfeeding and pumping, including how to increase your supply naturally. 

HOw to start pumping without tears

Learn when to start pumping based on your pumping goals. Build a freezer stash or just make enough milk for date night.

is your Breast pump right for you?

We cover some of the most popular pumps and questions like “do I need a manual pump?”. We also cover whether you have the right pump for your body.

increase your milk supply

Need to increase your milk supply? From power pumping, to the #1 free way to increase your milk supply – it’s all here!

pumping at work

Ready to go back to work? Learn about your rights, when the best times are to pump, and create your own personalized pumping schedule with our special workbook pages.

bonus resources

Need more information? A printable and portable breastfeeding/pumping sign? Info on local resources? It’s all right here for you!

The 100% free secret to increase your milk supply...

About halfway through my first pumping experience with baby #1, I figured out (hands down!) the best way to increase my milk supply at each pumping session, without having to pay a dime. It helped me pump an extra ounce or two at each session!

Who doesn't love a bonus?

BONUS #1 Pumping 101 Workbook (VALUED AT $10)

This workbook will help guide you through Pumping 101 to ensure you have the most personalized experience possible! Includes: guides to pump more milk, determine your pumping schedule, and more!

BONUS #2 Pumping checklist (VALUED AT $5)

No more worrying about what’s in your pumping bag. It’s all laid out and easy to access right here!

BONUS #3 The Pumping pack (VALUED AT $7)

From a power pumping magnet, milk log, breast milk storage guide, and more!

What others are saying...

Being pregnant for the first time, this ebook definitely gave me so much information that I wouldn’t have known otherwise! I know that once I give birth to my little one, I will be referencing this book a lot.
I thought I was a bit of a pumping expert after 4 little ones – but I learned more stuff in this eBook for sure. The fill in chart at the back is genius! Pumping 101 will be very helpful to those pumping or considering it.
The balance of factual information along with experience makes the read more pleasurable and comfortable for mommies who may not know a thing about breastfeeding.

Hello there! I'm Jen!

My name is Jen and I have a wonderful husband and son. My baby is almost 1 year old and I was lucky enough to be able to breastfeed him. I also returned to work after he was 5 months old and pumped 3-4 times a day to give him the best nutrition I could. 

I’m also a Registered Nurse and have a passion for obstetrics and breastfeeding. I’ve worked in Family Birth and have personal experience working with new moms. I’ve learned so many tricks and tips along the way from my personal experiences and schooling, that I can’t wait to share with you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this ebook for me?

Pumping 101 was created for all breastfeeding moms, or moms to be, who are looking for more information on pumping. 

I want you to have so much knowledge you feel as though you’ve pumped before! 

And if you have pumped before, and it didn’t go well, I want to give you tips and tricks to improve your pumping and be happier with your results.

How do i get my physical copy?

Easy! Once you buy Pumping 101 you’ll immediately have it emailed directly to you and be able to download it. Once you download the file, just hit print, and you’re ready to go! I recommend grabbing a binder to put all the pages in (there’s over 60 pages in here!).

Can I return the ebook?

I never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact me within the first 30 days after your purchase, and I will give you a full refund!

Eliminate your pumping worries and get more milk the easy way!

Buy Pumping 101 now to get all 3 bonuses! You’ll learn so much and get a personalized guide to your best pumping session yet!

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Note: The content of this website/blog are for informational purposed only. This isn’t medical advice and if someone relies on it to their detriment, I am not liable or promising specific results. All babies/children are different and what works for ours may not work best for yours.