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Check your insurance coverage! Certain pump rentals, purchases, and lactation counseling are 100% covered by health insurance if your plan year begins 8/1/2012 or later. If not covered by your insurance, breast pumps and supplies that assist lactation are (as of 2/28/11) considered a deductible medical expense.

A great article: Life After the NICU. Have any of you had a NICU baby? Two out of my three kiddos spent time in the NICU.

great website for helping calm a baby with colic!

The BEST article on how to pump for your baby written by a gal who pumped exclusively for her baby for 14 months!! This was really helpful and funny to read.

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i love this. i taught my little one signing and it was so helpful before she could talk and tell me what she wanted.

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Body after baby. This is actually quite brilliant because it uses your post-baby bodys natural abilities. Protein veggies are great advice because you can keep up your milk supply on them. Bravo, whoever came up with this!