I’ve been summoned to jury duty! I have to tell you, readers, I’m excited about it. As soon as I got the summons, I imagined an entire day sitting in a chair reading a book. Nobody will poop on me. Nobody will even talk to me. And I’ll get to eat lunch all . . . → Read More: Civic Duty: Lactating and Jury Duty
Q&A with Amber Bahler
Amber Bahler is a freelance sign language interpreter. This means her schedule is different every day–her gigs could involve anything from a semester-long commitment for one college student to a business meeting to a theater performance. She nursed her son Emerson (3) and is currently nursing her four-month-old baby, . . . → Read More: Pumping in Non-Traditional Work Environments
A Q&A With Summer Arrigo Nelson, World Traveler
Dr. Summer Arrigo Nelson is an associate professor of biology at California University of Pennsylvania. There, she teaches zoology, mammalogy and animal behavior as well as some anthropology courses. Since her primary research interest is lemurs, she must often travel to Madagascar to study the . . . → Read More: Extended Absense: Traveling With Out Your Baby
We’re getting in a little late for 2012, but Mommy News & Views is excited to participate in the Breastfeeding Blog Hop hosted by Sisters N Cloth. This week’s topic is pumping and storing milk. Boy, do I have a lot to say about that!
When I was pregnant with my first . . . → Read More: Breastfeeding Blog Hop: Pumping and Storing Milk
There has been a lot of talk about the recent Health Care Bill passed by Congress…whatever you think of the bill – there is one thing to be thankful for. This bill contains provisions requiring businesses to allow moms to pump their breastmilk at work and this legislation is effective in all 50 . . . → Read More: Health Care Bill Protects Breastfeeding Moms At Work