Pregnancy & New Moms - Well.ca Blog
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Taya Griffin | International Board Certifed Lactation Consultant
As an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), I work with many mothers who have questions about the necessity of a breast pump, how often they need to pump and many other pumping logistics. As with everything breastfeeding-related, there is no one right answer and no one right way to do things. Listening to your heart and head and doing what is best for you and your family is the key to having a meaningful and joyous breastfeeding journey. The following are some of the more common answers to queries that I receive about pumping in my prenatal classes and postnatal home and clinic visits. I hope this helps provide some guidance while you navigate this topic.

DANIELA PISANTE | WELL.CA MERCHANDISE SPECIALIST
As I wind down into the last few weeks of my pregnancy, I’ve found myself looking back to the very beginning and trying to remember what life was like before I was expecting. I don’t even remember what my body used to feel like! I've always imagined what it would be like to be pregnant one day. As it turns out - the experience has left me amazed and full of joy. And my baby isn’t even here yet!