Balancing Breastfeeding with Professional Duties

Soon after you have a baby, you either use a machine or manually extract breastmilk from your body several times a day while working demanding jobs. You even do it when you are already exhausted, anxious, stressed, and overwhelmed and trying to prove to your employers that you’re “back at work.”

Continuing to breastfeed after you returned to work was something you wanted to do. But, this also produced more anxiety, guilt, and overwhelming feelings than any other part of parenting.

All mommies out there can relate!

Breastfeeding is a very physical job amidst an already physically trying time to lug of equipment and milk, running between meetings and pumping sessions, and finding private places where you can pump.

This is also an emotional job, filled with second guesses. It was draining, time-consuming, and stressful. Being someone’s primary source of nutrition is hard work.

Undoubtedly, it is rewarding, too, as you do the best that you could to bring that milk to your baby with a sense of pride and relief every day.

While you’re not going to be perfect as no one ever is, there are some ways you can do to reduce the pain of worrying about giving enough milk nutrients to your kid.

What about trying some lactation bites? Does it work?

Well, yes! Lactation bites and cookies often have this ingredient called galactagogues, which could potentially increase breast milk. This can be found in oats, flax seeds, brewer’s yeast, ginger, fenugreek, and goat’s rue.

By using Milkin’ Cookie Cranberry Almond Lactation Cookie Mix, you can easily prepare an excellent tasty food packed with necessary vitamins for your baby. It has a fruity and nutty combination that will have you craving more for days!

Should you try them?

Well, breastfeeding may leave you starving each time. But, with this easy-to-bake cranberry-flavored cookie mix, you can quickly fill your hungry tummy. As long as the ingredients are safe and beneficial, lactation cookies and bites are great for breastfeeding moms’ diet.

Don’t forget to remember that these lactation cookies can only be effective if you also do frequent nursing or pumping. It should be holistic, so everything about breastfeeding will go well.

See? I imagine enjoying the cookie while gaining the nutrients to increase milk supply and ease your busy peasy work.


(You can also add a handwritten gift note if you’re planning on gifting it to another baby mama.)