Tag: breastfeeding

Cheerleaders, late-night encounters, and boobs

Wait, wait – don’t close your browser window just yet. You haven’t accidentally been transported to a 15-year-old boy’s computer; you’re still here with us at ctworkingmoms.com. Perhaps I should have called this post, “How I went away for work and returned to a child that sleeps through the night,” because that’s what this post

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This is Me…. Joy

Ever have an ahhhh moment? Stephanie’s “This Is Me” post made me think.  Think about some of the stuff we don’t  always say as moms or some of the things we think others may judge us on, so we just keep it to ourselves.  I think Stephanie’s list also got me thinking about one of my “issue” topics

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Natalie Hegedus, Mom, Kicked Out Of Courtroom For Breastfeeding

Saw this over on the HuffPost and had to share it here… Story from: The Huffington Post, By Emma Gray Apparently, feeding your child is something to be ashamed of — at least according to one district court judge. Michigan resident and mother of a 5-month-old baby, Natalie Hegedus, was reportedly “called out” for breastfeeding

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I Have a Love-Hate Relationship with My Breast Pump

Hygeia – EnJoy- Best Pump EVER! I would be a liar if I said I didn’t absolutely love my breast pump. I have had different pumps in the past for nursing issues I had with my oldest son.  The pumps didn’t help my breastfeeding difficulties, but they made me appreciate my current pump much more.

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Need to Know: Connecticut Law on Workplace Pumping

I was recently asked what an employee’s rights are in the workplace concerning expressing (pumping) breastmilk. This is such an important issue, that it constitutes one of the rare instances in which I am happy to provide “employee-side” guidance on the law as opposed to my usual role in representing management. But then, I also

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