Skip to main content
Pump with Purpose

Pump with Purpose

By Dr. Dianna Dixon

The Pump with Purpose Podcast offers education and inspiration to help you reach your pumping goals. Let’s normalize pumping and let the world know that we pump with purpose. Pump with Purpose, LLC offers assistance in pumping, either exclusively or in addition to nursing. My name is Dr. Dianna Dixon, DPA, CLC, CBS and I am a Doctor of Public Administration, Certified Lactation Counselor, and Certified Breastfeeding Specialist. To date, I have owned over 35 pumps and over 100 pumping products. Visit my Linktree at linktr.ee/pumpwithpurpose to learn more and save money on pumping products.
Solving Your Pumping Equation
Solving Your Pumping Equation
Do you know your pumping equation? Pump + Flange + Products + Schedule that add up yo equal your pumping goals. If not, learn more about this equation in this episode.
10:41
May 31, 2022
8 Pumping Must-Have Products
8 Pumping Must-Have Products
This is my top 8 list of pumping must-have products to help you to reach your pumping goals.
14:56
April 30, 2022
Why is Flange Size So Important?
Why is Flange Size So Important?
Listen to why flange size is so important to your pumping journey as latch is to a nursing journey. Get the help you need to ensure an effective breastfeeding journey.
11:09
March 31, 2022
The 240-minute Rule: The First 12 Weeks (Nursing and Pumping Edition)
The 240-minute Rule: The First 12 Weeks (Nursing and Pumping Edition)
This episode discusses nursing and pumping and possible ways to create an breastmilk oversupply in the first 12 weeks. This is a balanced podcast as there are risks and benefits to building an oversupply. Please reach out and schedule a session if you would like personalized assistance or obtaining my Comprehensive Breast Pump Selection Guide with this at https://www.pumpwithpurpose.com. Also visit my Linktree link at https://Linktr.ee/pumpwithpurpose to learn more about Pump with Purpose offerings or affiliate link LS/discount codes to save money.
16:59
February 28, 2022
240-Minute Rule for the First 12 Weeks
240-Minute Rule for the First 12 Weeks
I have seen the 120-minute rule mentioned for the exclusively pumping community. I am not sure where this rule originated and I am not saying that this rule is inaccurate in any way. In my professional opinion (and from working with many of my clients), I feel that the 240-minute rule for the first 12 weeks is a better baseline to effectively establish milk supply and potentially create an oversupply as long as there are no underlying conditions. What is the 240-minute rule? In my opinion, the 240-minute rule is a best practice to establishing and maintaining a supply as well as potentially creating an oversupply. This means that you should pump at least every 3 hours for 30 minutes for the first 12 weeks. After 12 weeks, you should reassess based on your pumping goals. To visit the corresponding blog or to learn more about Pump with Purpose, please visit https://Linktr.ee/pumpwithpurpose.
12:24
January 26, 2022
Hello from Pump with Purpose
Hello from Pump with Purpose
Pump with Purpose was started to help the breastfeeding community reach its pumping goals. This first podcast episode discusses Pump with Purpose LLC, background about me, why I started Pump with Purpose, and my offerings. My website is www.pumpwithpurpose.com. My Linktree is linktr.ee/pumpwithpurpose where you will find over 25 discount codes on pumping products. Please feel free to follow @pumpwithpurpose on any and all social media platforms, including Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube, and Pinterest. I look forward to connecting with you.
17:07
January 25, 2022