Roxi is happily married and mom to two boys (#SantiagoBros!). Mommy blogger since 2010, work-at-home Mom as a virtual assistant and web designer at Mommy Mover.

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  1. Your Jacob looks like you!! And he’s soooo adorable I want to pinch his cheeks 🙂 Happy valentines!

  2. Belated Happy VDay…Officially I dont have any Valentine’s date since hubby is an OFW….Virtual date na lang…

    First time to visit here from Pinay Mom Bloggers FB XCom

  3. Mommy Tin says:

    Adorable! 🙂 I miss my baby tuloy when she was still a sweet baby. Now she’s a super kulit little girl na. 🙂

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi, I’m going to be traveling with my 8 month old baby I wanted to know how did you warm up your breastmilk? It would have been easy if he can breastfeeding directly but we have a hard time so i just pump. It’s gonna be a pain in the butt coz its a 17 hour flight and I would need to pump. He also doesn’t take formula yikes. Thanks.

  5. Hi Anonymous, I wish you left a name or e-mail so I can respond to you directly. Anyway, I hope you’re still coming back to check my reply.

    For the most part, I didn’t have any carry-on breastmilk. Only for our domestic flights that I did bring some for Jacob. I just let them warm up by themselves and didn’t put any ice pack on my thermal case.

    I suggest you bring a manual pump (I’m pretty sure you will), then just use disposable bottle fillings (is that what you call them?) so you don’t need to wash each time you use the bottle, just bring extra nipples.

    Have you tried using a nipple shield or consulting with a lactation consultant so you can find out why your baby is having a hard time breastfeeding directly?

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