Hot damn.

This is an average. I have pumped as many as 12 times a day (in the beginning) and as few as four (now). These numbers do not include the time I’ve spent breastfeeding.

I am so thankful for what my body has accomplished and for how my family has helped provide this time.

Pictured: Glider, Medela Symphony rental and pump parts/bottles, iMac remote, water cup, olive oil, hair clips

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14 Responses to My time at the pump

  1. Speedglenn says:

    DAMN! Imagine if you charged by the hour or ounce?

  2. MomEinstein says:

    Sweet Jeebus. That’s some dedication right there. Way to go, mama!

  3. Adrienne says:

    You’re a breastfeeding hero! What an amazing gift you’ve given your trio.

  4. Meghan says:

    What is the olive oil for?

  5. Kelli G says:

    You’re amazing lady! Six times per day is my goal, but I usually only hit four. Having a 2.5 year old on top of the 6 month old twins is what usually throws a wrench in my plans. Your tips have helped so much with my own time at the pump, so thanks!!

  6. Abigail says:

    Wow, that is commitment. So inspiring.

  7. Sarah-Anne says:

    WHOA. i think you love the trips just a wee bit 😉 you go mama!

  8. Pattie says:

    what an inspiration!!

  9. That is awesome! Breastfeeding triplets, wow. My hat is off to you!

  10. K says:

    Wow! It’s insane when you look at it like that.

  11. Nana says:

    what greater a gift???? and you have self doubt…? Liquid love and the best healthfood known to mankind…need I say more?

  12. suz says:

    You know you’re my multiples momma inspiration. I just hope & pray I can do it as much & well as you have!

  13. […] this year, I calculated a rough estimate of how much time I had spent using my breast pump earlier this year. By my guess as of March, I’d logged a whopping 86,000 minutes – […]

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