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Worried you don't have enough milk stored up?

Having trouble pumping more?

Blowing through what little you have?

Feeling like a slave to your breast pump?

If you're nodding your head "YES," you're not alone!

And you've come to the right place.

Welcome to Freezer Stash 101

Short, info-packed lessons for busy breastfeeding parents who want to grow their freezer stash--that you can watch from home!

(Which is good, because we need to work on that stash.)

You'll learn...

We talk about WAY more than just pumping milk! In this comprehensive course we'll cover:

  • How to start a freezer stash without stressing out
  • How long you should be pumping for best results
  • Factors that affect your pump output and how to boost it
  • How to properly bottle-feed your baby so you don't blow through your stash
  • How much milk baby actually needs
  • What normal pump output really looks like and what to do about your slacker boob
  • How to avoid wasting time with milk boosting tips that don't work
  • And much more!

You'll get...

  • 1 hour and 30 minutes of video lessons broken into short segments you can watch at your own pace
  • Pace feeding handout for caregivers
  • Tools for measuring your breast pump flange size

The mom of the baby in the picture below is likely to think she can't pump enough milk. Do you know why? If not, this is the course for you!

Don't miss out!
THIS is the freezer stash info you've been looking for!

Table of Contents

Start Here
How to watch this course + Download class notes (3:13)
video
Realistic Expectations (Core)
How much milk does baby need? (5:22)
video
Normal pump output & the "slacker boob" (1:38)
video
Factors influencing pump output (4:14)
video
How long should you pump? (1:40)
video
Freezer Stash Myths & Realities (Core)
"No such thing as too much milk" (4:44)
video
Avoiding the Top-Up Trap (2:24)
video
Comparison is the thief of joy... (1:18)
video
How to create a freezer stash (3:16)
video
Pumping more milk: Lactation foods & drinks (2:34)
video
Pumping more milk: Hands-On Pumping (1:04)
video
Pumping more milk: Power Pumping (0:43)
video
The Breast & The Bottle (Core)
(Optional) One of these things is not like the other (3:45)
video
How to bottle feed the breastfed baby (2:48)
video
What happens when you don't pace feed (1:24)
video
Protecting your milk supply when supplementing (1:44)
video
(Optional) Which bottle is best?
Breast Pump 101
Choosing a breast pump (7:04)
video
Selecting the right breast shield size (5:00)
video
(Optional) Figuring out pump settings (2:26)
video
(Optional) How to set up your pump (2:10)
video
When to replace pump parts (2:10)
video
Keeping it all clean (1:50)
video
Milk Storage & Handling
Hygiene & storage options (3:04)
video
Keeping it cold & warming it up (3:43)
video
(Optional) Normal variations in your milk (3:02)
video
(Optional) What to do if your frozen milk smells/tastes bad (3:13)
video
(Optional) What to do with leftover and spoiled milk (1:03)
video
Finding Support & More Resources
Where to get support & more info...

Get the knowledge you need to create your stash with confidence!

Hey there! My name is Gabby, and I'm a breastfeeding mother of two and a Certified Lactation Education Counselor.

Creating a freezer stash doesn't need to be stressful or make you doubt your ability to make enough milk. Let me help you eliminate the overwhelm in just a few short lessons! 

Have the freedom to focus on baby and bonding,
not bags and ounces.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?

Forever! Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!

Will this course keep me from needing to see a lactation consultant or needing formula?​

No! This resource is NOT designed to be a substitute for in-person or professional healthcare advice. This course will better equip you to ask the right questions. It can give you a sense of when seeking a second opinion from another professional might be a good idea. But some breastfeeding issues will require in-person and/or professional support, and some babies will need formula. That said, breastfeeding education can help lower your chances of experiencing issues that necessitate formula or the need for professional lactation care.

Can't I just ask my pediatrician for breastfeeding help the next time I see him/her?

Unfortunately, many pediatricians jump to formula as the solution to milk supply issues rather than getting to the root of the problem. The truth is, most pediatricians don't have lactation training, and those that do often don't have time in a 20-30 minute appointment to give you the level of lactation support some low supply issues warrant.

Is this course the quick-fix, easy solution I'm looking for?

Probably not. Watching the course and applying the principles you learn will take some commitment. Action will be required on your part.

What if I'm unhappy with my purchase?

I am confident this class is packed with information you need, but I just in case, I also have a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. If after 30 days you finish the course and are unsatisfied, I'll refund you 100%.

I still have a question, how can I contact you?

I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at gabby@mommakesjoy.com

This is your last chance to enroll!