Your HSA dollars don't cover breast pumps. Credit: Getty ImagesThe IRS couldn't care less if breast is best. The New York Times reports that the Internal Revenue Service has issued a decree that tax-free health savings accounts may not be use...Sorry, moms. The IRS says you can't use your flexible spending account to pay for pumps.
Breastfeeding isn't always easy. In fact, for some women it can be one of the most difficult and stressful challenges of coping with a newborn. But mounting evidence suggests that it's a challenge worth facing, and that resources aimed at helping wom...
Growing up (and older) with teeny little A cups, I always looked forward to pregnant breasts. Filling out a C cup was a good day in our house. When my milk came in after giving birth to Nate, my sister watched me apply warm compresses to my new Ds wi...
I remember nursing Nate for what seemed like an eternity -- though I'm well aware 14 months is far from an eternity. I recall being totally excited when he was eating enough solids, because I had stopped leaking. I (mistakenly) took this as a sign to...
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