Feeding on demand, pumping to maintain supply, figuring out how to nourish a baby while working…nursing mothers know all too well that breastfeeding requires a good deal of logistics planning. And this is especially true when travel is involved. (Even on a sun-soaked beach, there’s nothing less relaxing than the sound of a hungry infant.)
Fortunately, we spoke with a lactation consultant and put together a guide on how to travel with breast milk that will help you worry less about your liquid gold, whether you’re on a plane, in a car, or just passing the buck to a shipping carrier.
Meet the expert
- Kata Arquilla is a lactation consultant, certified breastfeeding counselor, NICU Registered Nurse and founder of Bumble Baby.