Welcome to Mommy Scrubbs

Hi, my name is Kathy Hines. I’m the inventor of Mommy Scrubbs and a mom of 6 wonderful children, all of whom I breastfed as babies. Of course, I think Mommy Scrubbs is wonderful, but so do our customers!

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Testimonials

Such an Awesome concept for Breastfeeding moms. Cute and Modest pieces. Mommy Scrubbs has been so convenient. I’m a nurse and I work through an agency on 12 hr shifts I pump for 20 minutes each break but just twice though and with Mommy Scrubbs I save time on just undressing alone!!!

Abbi in Dallas

I’m so glad I found you guys, even though I’m not going back to work for a while, I know that when I do I have a limited break time and I don’t want to have to completely undress to pump (especially if my tops are a little tight initially). TIA for this awesome invention!

Jordyn D.

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Mommy Scrubbs Q&A: Breastfeeding and shiftwork – does it work?

Hello, I was just wondering about your experiences breastfeeding and working as a registered nurse. I am currently expecting, and I work peds (primary) and couplet care (occasionally). I really want to breastfeed this time around (this is my second) because of the benefits for me and baby… however, I am concerned with my working … Continue reading Mommy Scrubbs Q&A: Breastfeeding and shiftwork – does it work?

A Breastfeeding Checklist: Are You Nursing Correctly?

Signs of Correct Nursing Your baby’s mouth is open wide with lips turned out. His chin and nose are resting against the breast. He has taken as much of the areola as possible into his mouth. He is suckling rhythmically and deeply, in short bursts separated by pauses. You can hear him swallowing regularly. Your … Continue reading A Breastfeeding Checklist: Are You Nursing Correctly?

10 Tips for Flying with Breast Milk

 By: Kathleen Berchelmann, MD, FAAP originally from http://www.healthychildren.org I’ve heard many a horror-story about flying with breast milk, from security agents who forced moms to dump out milk, to broken bottles. I’ve also made a few mistakes myself, once causing me to throw out several days of expressed milk. I’ve taken countless business trips while breastfeeding my five children, … Continue reading 10 Tips for Flying with Breast Milk

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