Podcast with Jacklynn and Bethany

Importance of a Hands Free Pump (with Jacklynn) Episode 6

Breastfeeding is a common experience shared among mothers around the world, yet few women are aware of all the challenges that can come with it. Jacklynn, a mother of three, is no exception. From her experience with her premature baby in the NICU to her struggles with expressing breastmilk while managing her other two children, Jacklynn’s story is both relatable and inspirational. In this podcast, she recounts her journey and explains the importance of having a hands free pump for breastfeeding mothers. You’ll learn the valuable lessons Jacklynn has learned, get a glimpse of her experience as a mom of three, and understand the unique needs of preemies during their breastfeeding journey.


Bethany Lovern

May 18, 2023

Blogging, Podcasts


In this Episode, Jacklynn discussed her experience with breastfeeding her three children, including struggles with her first child who was born premature and spent time in the NICU. She wished she had known more about what breastfeeding should look like and found support helpful in facilitating successful breastfeeding.




About Jacklynn

Jacklynn Knotts, has three kids and am currently extending breastfeeding my daughter who is three. She is an occupational therapist who is certified in neonatal therapy and also an international board certified lactation consultant. She works in a level 4 nicu where I help parents learn to bottle and breastfeed their infants. Jacklynn also offer support after discharge through my private practice Nurture Development & Lactation.

Highlights

  • 0:00 Introduction of the podcast
  • 0:18 Jacklynn’s Bio
  • 1:00 Talks about her children
  • 2:00 Talks about things she wishes she would have known about breastfeeding
  • 4:50 She talks about she has a rough start to breastfeeding
  • 7:00 The best product for breastfeeding
  • 9:33 Connect with Jacklynn

Quotes

 “The Elvie was probably my favorite hands free pump because it felt very liberating to not be tied up to a wall.”

“Don’t watch the clock but watch your baby.”

“Always looks at their diapers to see if they are getting enough.”

“It was wonderful to have support at the hospital to help with breastfeeding.”

Resources

Connect with Jacklynn

Instagram: @ the.nicu.ot

Website: nurturemomandme.com

Suggested Product

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