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At one point I could only feed with my right breast.


I turned out to be a mother with a lot of milk, a lot of milk. Bottles full I pumped weekly and the freezer soon filled up.


I took it in my bag to a festival and even there I got compliments on the design of the pump.

Anne Marie

I gratefully realized that having a fine pump in the house also gives you that bit of security should there be an emergency.


When our daughter was born she had a spirited start so she did not manage to drink at the breast, I had a very hard time with this.


When I found out that as an adoptive mom I might also be able to breastfeed, I didn't hesitate for a moment. 


If, like me, you have a "flat" nipple, then you have a mode where you can pull your nipples out, so to speak, so that it sits snugly in the membrane.


Essential as far as I am concerned is a good battery.


Breastfeeding I found quite uncertain at first. Am I giving enough?


For the first time, I was able to sit back and enjoy our daughter while the pump did its job.