No sweeter face than a breastfeeding comma face.
In case you weren’t aware (which if you are an avid “mommy blog” reader you definitely do) August is National Breastfeeding Month. I was too nervous to post this story before because I didn’t want any backlash from my employer at the time, but now that can’t happen and it should be shared.
A co-worker and myself are both breastfeeding mothers, so obviously we both have to pump. She had been pumping since she returned to work in January and I had only been back to work a couple of weeks. We had worked out a schedule with each other, as well as our manager, to try to avoid being off the phones at the same time (we worked in a call center). One day our manager calls my co-worker into the office for a meeting, I am to go separately a half hour later. After my co-worker finishes her meeting, I am instantly worried. She looks furious. So I go in and am told our call volume is off the charts, and they’ll need me to pump either within my 15 min break (not allowed to go over) or only on lunch…. Continue reading