Breastfeeding: Providing Nutrition after Nursing stops with Ameda!

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Ameda Purely Yours Breast Pump Review

By the end of this month my Sweet Baby Girl will be 6 months..  We’ve held off on introducing foods since her doctor told us to wait until she’s 6 months and would prefer she be exclusively breastfed until then.  Pretty soon she’ll be eating real food, and even drinking from sippy cups.  I cannot deny my heart will break a little when I fully wean her which I don’t plan to do for a while as long as she wants to nurse I’m going to let her.  However I cannot justify giving her juices, and prefer her main liquid continue to be breast milk. 


I’m going to start pumping when she snacks away on other meals aside from nursing sessions and with the help of my new Ameda Purely Yours Breast Pump.  I can ensure she gets that nutrition she still needs and even use it to thin out foods that I make her homemade instead of adding water.  Breastmilk is seriously miracle stuff.. Not only is it great for her to consume, but also when she gets a boo boo from scratching, or even when I took layers of skin off my thumb.  I kid you not, healed within a fraction of the time!  How could I just let myself go and dry up?   I don’t keep much of a freezer stock as I have heard that some of the nutrients can’t survive freezing so I plan to pump and save in the refrigerator for a as needed.  I had planned to go back to work and this pump would have been perfect for that.  So I definitely recommend it for a nursing mama who is not a stay at home mommy!

Ameda Purely Yours Breast Pump Review



“You don’t have to clean the narrow tubing, and your milk stays purely yours”

With the Purely Yours I can pump at my leisure and it even has a carry bag for when I’m out or traveling.  It features a CustomControl™–Dual suction and speed adjustability allows me to choose from a total of 32 combinations to achieve the best comfort and milk flow every time, Proven Airlock Protection™  which means their diaphragm barrier keeps the air from your pump from coming in contact with your milk, CustomFit Flange System™ if the standard size flange (25.0 mm) included with Purely Yours is too large or too small, six other flanges sizes are available for a good fit at first and later as your body changes.  It can be used with an AC adapter, 6 AA Batteries, or a Car adapter.  It’s so tiny and compact and weights less than 1lb!

I really love that it has the Proven Airlock Protection.  I cannot see myself using and trusting anything but a closed system.  The last thing I want is mold growing from trapped milk and I can also rely on using this for our next baby.  I am confident that this pump will ensure that I maintain the supply I need while my daughter may nurse less, she won’t be getting less.  That makes me one happy mommy :)

You can purchase the Ameda Purely Yours Ultra Breast Pump from our affiliate Amazon for only $209.50! 

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15 Responses to “Breastfeeding: Providing Nutrition after Nursing stops with Ameda!”

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    Elaina (A Time Out for Mommy) — January 17, 2013 @ 2:25 am

    I mainly pumped for my first baby because I had to go back to teaching, but with baby #2, I only pump in the morning, and let her nurse throughout the day. She’s been on solids for about 3 months now, and the milk I pump in the morning goes a long way to help me make solids for her throughout the day. A good pump is definitely an essential, whether you are exclusively pumping, or just pumping here and there.

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    Jess — January 17, 2013 @ 2:49 am

    After I got pregnant with my first I knew I needed a really good pump because I would be working full time. I did a lot of research and ended up buying an Ameda, that was 10 years and 5 babies ago and my Ameda still works! I LOVE these pumps!

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    fancygrlnancy — January 17, 2013 @ 6:28 am

    A good pump is important for me. I work outside my home full time and I want to provided milk for my baby for a year. With my first I had to pump all his milk due to latch issues. This time around I only need to pump when I am away from him luckily. I have not tried the Ameda pump, but it sounds nice.

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    kim — January 17, 2013 @ 9:24 am

    good information..!!!

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    Danielle @ We Have It All — January 17, 2013 @ 1:22 pm

    This sounds like a great pump! 32 combinations – wow! And that is awesome that air from your pump won’t come in contact with your milk, not a lot of pumps do that. Thanks for the review!

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    Amy — January 17, 2013 @ 1:42 pm

    I’ve heard such great things about this breast pump. I don’t work outside the home,but I ended up pumping exclusively for several months with both my older boys due to latch and severe food sensitivity issues (I’d mix a small amount of breast milk with their hypoallergenic formulas). I have my eye on this breast pump if we run into similar issues this time around.

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    Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell — January 17, 2013 @ 1:53 pm

    So nice that you have found the perfect one. It sounds like it’s exactly what you need.

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    Christa @ Little BGCG — January 17, 2013 @ 4:44 pm

    I’ve heard so many great things about this pump. I especially love this it’s a closed system. It’s one of two that I’m choosing between right now but you may have just tipped the scale! I’m glad you love it!

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    Marcie W. — January 18, 2013 @ 7:03 pm

    I have heard nothing but positive feedback with the entire Ameda product line. I’m happy you found a pump you like since I know that isn’t always easy.

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    Emily @FamilyNLifeLV — January 19, 2013 @ 5:01 am

    Wow I can’t believe she will be 6 months already! You are doing a great job providing her breastmilk so long! I did 16.5 months with my first son, and hope to go a bit longer this time!

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    Toni Patton — January 21, 2013 @ 3:07 am

    Wow that looks like a great product. I wish I had known about it when mine were nursing.

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    Lisa — January 21, 2013 @ 6:12 pm

    I love Ameda products. My son is 15 months old and still nursing strong!

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    @therebelchick — January 27, 2013 @ 10:35 pm

    That pump is so high tech! I had something much more basic when I was breastfeeding!

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    Mumbai local train timetable — March 1, 2013 @ 11:42 am

    you are having v.nice technique..

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    Anonymous — March 20, 2013 @ 2:11 pm

    I am a FTM to a 10 month old and I work FT out of the house. This pump has been amazing in helping me pump for my daughter’s bottles for daycare. Love that it operates on batteries as well. Can’t wait to use it for child number two some day!

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