Kicking off today’s post with a candid little story about what goes on behind the scenes around here. 🙂 About a month ago I received an email from someone interested in collaborating with me regarding breast pumps, and believe it or not, I have never said a faster yes regarding a partnership!
The objective was to help spread the word regarding a resource that makes qualifying for a breast pump with a new or expecting mom’s insurance company a cinch. I immediately said yes (!!!) because I honestly cannot count on my fingers and toes combined how many conversations I’ve had with my girlfriends about this topic in person or on the phone, so I knew this conversation needed to make it’s way online.
If I’ve had this conversation so many times, I know there’s a whole slew of expecting mamas out there who are wondering the same thing: How do I go about getting my pump, and which one do I get?
So, let’s talk about it because – holy moly – it’s so easy.
If you’re a new or expecting mom, you can qualify for a breast pump via your insurance. Aeroflow Breastpumps can navigate the insurance claim for you so that you don’t have to give it a second thought!
The Aeroflow Breastpump Specialists do all of the complicated work that inevitably comes with working with your insurance company. Once a mom has submitted her information through the Aeroflow website, all she has to decide is which breast pump she wants. Aeroflow will actually help a mama do that too, if needed!
Ready to get started? Here’s the Qualify Through Insurance form that’s your one and only step (besides picking out your pump, of course!)
Aeroflow Breastpump Options
You can search for and compare your breastpump options here. So many options!
And Aeroflow doesn’t just offer breastpumps…
Aeroflow Breastpumps website also offers everything under the sun related to breastfeeding: tanks, bras, shields, pads, covers, bottles, maternity support, and more. You can browse and shop everything they offer here. This is GOLD MINE for a mom who’s planning to nurse or pump for her baby!
What kind of breastpump did/do you use? I used the Medela double electric pump and was really happy with it.