And for those who return to work outside the home and want to continue nursing, there’s a whole new set of complicating factors.
But breastfeeding can also be a “time saver” for moms in other ways.
Breastfeeding Tips for New Mothers I am a strong proponent of breast feeding. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breast feeding for at least 1 year and longer if mutually desired by both the mother and child.
The truth is any amount of breast feeding will be beneficial for you and your baby: 2 days, 2 months or 2 years.
On the one hand, breastfeeding gives mom a chance to sit back, relax, and enjoy a bonding moment with her baby.
There are lots of ways to pass the time during a breastfeeding session that can allow you to bond with your baby, tackle your “to-do” list, or just be good to yourself.
Here are just a few examples: Your baby has been listening to your voice for the past few months inside the womb.
So, to a baby, mommy's voice is the most beautiful sound in the world, no matter what wrong notes you hit.
The break time shall, if possible, run concurrently with any break time already provided to the employee. Your WHO Code compliant sponsorship and advertisement is now welcome on Breastfeeding Law.com, the single most visited site for lactation legal information.
An employer is not required to provide break time under this Code section if to do so would unduly disrupt the operations of the employer.
(b) An employer may provide reasonable unpaid break time each day to an employee who needs to express breast milk for her infant child.
The employer may make reasonable efforts to provide a room or other location (in close proximity to the work area), other than a toilet stall, where the employee can express her milk in privacy.