It's working for Maggie M
"At the time, my company offered free pumps, lactation rooms, and the freedom to take additional 'breaks' to pump. Not long after I was done pumping, the policy changed and employees were required to use their standard break time to pump rather than using pumping time in addition to break time. I don't think I would have been able to pump for as long as I did if I had had to break my one hour lunch into two 30 min pumping breaks. "
Breastfeeding was going well, it was cheaper than formula, and I received a good electronic pump for free from my work. This was pre-Obamacare and the free pump was through a returning to work program offered by my company and not through my health insurance.
Lack of sleep – I took 12wks off and my daughter was still not sleeping well and I was damn exhausted.