Almost 10 years ago, I bought my first breast pump off of Craigslist. It was all I could afford at the time and it was used and one side just really didn't have the pumping power that the other side had. Nonetheless, it pumped my milk. My husband was able to feed baby when I went to work for the evening. Janky and all, it did the trick. For the time being. Because it was not a long term solution. It would prove to be temporary. That little contraption soon tuckered out on me and I was left breast pump-less again.
Fast forward many years and I am sitting here with baby #6 in my arms. And I have been introduced to this amazing service that provides moms with a breast pump through insurance at NO COST. I legit wish I would have known about something like this back then verses cruising through the Craigslist files to find an affordable breast pump in decent shape.
I think a lot of moms think it sounds like a scam but I'm sharing about it because it truly is super awesome and was a ridiculously easy process for me to walk through. And it was so fast too!
Basically, I filled out a form online. Super simple and quick.
Then, I got a call from a lovely representative who needed to verify some information (she was so pleasant) and next thing I know, there is brand spankin' new breast pump delivered right to my doorstep.
Basically, the Breastpump Specialists do all the really hard work so that the moms don't have to. Which is pretty cool considering we are growing, birthing and nurturing a baby during these precious times in our lives. The fact that this service is readily available to moms to help support them is certainly worth sharing, in my book.
So, all you gotta do is click here. Just fill out the form. And you are well on your way to a free breast pump. And the selection you get to choose from is really spectacular as well. I was impressed with the variety they offered.
The truth of the matter is that you are working with people from Aeroflow Breastpumps who really actually care about your well-being and want to get breast pumps in the hands of moms who need them. And this the time in our lives when we need people and community the most. There are so many transitions and changes. Whether it is your first baby or your 6th, your breastfeeding journey is going to look different and feel different and there will be new territory to enter so if there is one place that can ease the transition, I'd take them up on the offer.