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The Pumping Project

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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Amanda commented earlier today about The Pumping Project, a post that's going on over at the Rookie Moms blog. It's an intersting post and aims to collect stories and photos of where moms are trying to pump. I've posted my own stories and found a few of the ones already listed to be pretty interesting.

Any mom that has had to pump, and especially the ones that exclusively pumped are going to be able to relate to this one.

A few great comments...

I didn’t realize this until the middle of one especially productive pumping session, when I was startled by the sight of a man hanging from some ropes outside my blinds-wide-open window. I had just had a good letdown, so I sort of turned my back and kept on trucking.


One day I’m doing the double pump thing and next thing I know there were no less than 8 men coming off the elevator next door and walking toward the windows. I ducked, got dressed, and looked up and didn’t see anyone. I still don’t know if the word got out that there was a bare-breasted woman in the window, or if it was just a coincidence.

Worth a peek. :)


  1. Blogger Amanda | 5:24 AM |  

    Here is an update on the bill in SC.


  2. Anonymous Whitney | 4:00 PM |  

    Thanks for sending so much traffic our way! My career in bf'ing is winding down, but I appreciate your site and your efforts to keep the dialog going.

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