Anyways I don't plan on having to pump that often (if at all) as I will be home full time. But I would still like to have a pump for a night out or emergency. The Pump in Style is like $280 and although I have read that it is one of the best I don't think it will be worth it considering I won't be using it alot. Anyways what kind of breast pump would you recommend? Do you think a manual pump would be okay? They are the most economical option. Should I just wait until after he comes and decide then if I even need a pump or have one on hand just incase?
Here are some of the options I am looking at-
This is my first baby by the way.
I should note though, I have no issues with supply -- in fact, I have oversupply, so I don't know if that makes a difference.
Personally, I like to order my pump and parts from an online store dealing only with breast pumps and accessories. I usually found better prices.
Katie - Married to Mike 06/02/01, Mom to Sydney Anne born 11/21/09 and Alice Maeryn & Oliver Thomas born 04/24/13
granted I WOH 2 days a week, so I need a good pump. and I pumped almost right away, it really helped with engorgement (I was so engorged my nipples went flat and I needed to draw them out)
Katrina - Mama to Gabriel 11/20/2009 and Norah 10/11/2011 and Theo03/11/2013- married to Wayne -
With Medela you are paying for advertising.
Mother to R- 2/09, & C- 5/11
-:¦:-♥Sarah Lynne♥-:¦:-Wife to Michael and Mommy to Austin(5), Steven(3), Tristyn(1), and Laurelyn (6/3/2011)
There is a Medela trade-in program so you can send back your broken one and get credit off the next purchase, if you wanted to look into that.
and The Nurture Center Store and Resource Center 3399 Mt Diablo Bl Lafayette CA 888-998-BABY