Book Review: Baby oh Baby The Places I’ve Pumped

I was anxious to get my hands on a copy of this cute little book called “Baby Oh Baby, The Places I’ve Pumped” by Y.N. Farkas.  I just knew I would love it because of the title.

I went back to work when my little sweet pea was only 6 weeks old, and  like most new Moms returning to work – I had to hide away and “pump up the jam” as my co-workers would call it.  I had a private office to do so, as my workplace was very accommodating to me during this time.  One lovely day, the President of our Company heard the little weeeeeeeeeeeooohhhhhhh weeeeeeeeeeeoooohhhhhh noise and came in to investigate.  Yep, you guessed it.  There I am, shirt up and double the suction cups – mortified.  Ahh, those were the days.  I think we all rack up a pretty lengthy list of pumping places while we are in that zone, and this adorable book brings light to the humor and dedication of breastfeeding Momma’s.
With a catchy and rhyming flow, this book is full of reality and humor that would surely bring a smile to the face of a new mom, or even a seasoned mom who has been there and done that.  I have been done nursing my babies for over a year now and I enjoyed reading it and will purchase a few copies to gift some friends of mine who would enjoy it as well.
Keep this book in mind for your holiday shopping or for any upcoming baby showers!  It’s a steal at under $10 here on Amazon!   A bonus feature is that every hard copy comes with a free digital download!
If you are shopping for a great pump, I tried four different ones before I fell in love with this one – it even comes in a handy backpack and runs on batteries for all of your pumping on the go adventures.
Cheers to all of you Mamas, pumping up the jam!

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