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Please know that pregnancy is not an April fools joke and can be triggering and hurtful to those around you.

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It is very common for mothers of fragile infants to face challenges when establishing a breastmilk supply. When a mother’s own milk is not available, donor human milk is the next best option, reducing the risk of infection and other serious complications in premature babies.

As National Breastfeeding Month begins, help give new mothers peace of mind by donating your extra breastmilk to the milk bank. We’re hosting Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas’s next Milk Drive on Wednesday, August 3 from 10am – 2pm at My Pure Delivery Plano.

New donors will be able to complete their donor screening and free blood draw, plus drop off their milk in one visit. Drop by too if you’re an approved donor and need to clear out your freezer - we’d love to see you!

For more information and to start a pre-screening for an even quicker milk drop, call 817-810-0071 or visit our website: https://texasmilkbank.org/events-resources/milk-drive.html




Announcement Time!

After 11 years of supporting new parents and babies in the Austin area, Milk Maven is taking her leave. I might be back, I might not be. All I know is that at this time, I am burned out, and need to retire. It is time for me to find the next right thing for me and my family and I want to wish you luck and thank all of you for trusting me with your families over the years!!

I will no longer be taking any new clients, and will have limited availability for any current clients, please text me for appointments as my scheduler is no longer functioning. If you would prefer to see an IBCLC who is not at the end of their rope, I am happy to refer you to Milk Diva or My Pure Delivery they really know their stuff and can help you reach your goals.

Thank you again Austin, I loved watching you grow!
Headed to see the girls My Pure Delivery
Father-infant skin to skin contact has positive impacts!
For the baby:
💙 improved bonding
💚 temperature regulation
💛 reduced cortisol levels (stress hormone)
For the father:
💜 improved sensitivity and engagement
❤️ increased protective behaviors
💛 higher oxytocin levels
💙 increased participation in baby care
💚 lower stress
💗 more verbal interaction with baby
It should also be stated that skin to skin between mother-baby has all the same benefits, plus better initiation and duration of breastfeeding.

My Pure Delivery

My Pure Delivery got a great write up in the Community Impact this week! Way to make our amazing profession more visible and more accessible to all! Your win is a win for all of us!
📣📣 Exciting news from our friends My Pure Delivery, one of our local milk collection sites! 📣📣
Maternity clinic My Pure Delivery plans to open a new location this summer at 6217 Chapel Hill Blvd., Ste. 100, Plano. The business will offer in-person lactation consultations, classes, support groups and breast pump rentals.

My LO is 11mo, and recently she's been scratching/pulling/pinching my ni**les really hard. Like I am bleeding from her most recent attack. Im at a loss at what to do to make her stop. Has anyone else gone through this??
Hi there! My LO hasn't been nursing well since she was born. I pumped milk and put it away in the fridge. I've just warmed it up to give it to her since she's been feeding every 2-3 hours. But she's still asleep. I've unswaddled her, changed her diaper and she's still asleep and now I'm afraid that this milk is going to waste. How long can I keep it out for her? Can it be reheated?
Currently renting a symphony from y’all and I got an error message tonight 😫 Panicking since I exclusively pump and you’re closed for the weekend. 😱
Hey Austin donors! Our friends from My Pure Delivery are officially becoming a Milk Collection Site for !!! 🎉🎉
We can't be more excited and grateful to all My Pure Delivery staff for their hard work in establishing the Collection Site.

Donors, please call in advance to schedule your visit. Their wonderful staff will come to your car for curbside pick-up 😉
📞 512-765-9959
📍 301 Brushy Creek Road, Suite 106 Cedar Park, Texas 78613
Visit our website for more information!
Milkbank.org/get-involved/donate-breast-milk-in-austin
Our recent Skills Lab was packed with Doula Care training and Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP). Special thanks to Diba from My Pure Delivery for the NRP training! We enjoyed having you spend the day with us!
Who else needs one of these little helpers?

Image via My Pure Delivery
Truth! 🤣

How close to your due date did you deliver??? Did you know only 5% of babies arrive on their actual due date? Babies are considered full term as much as 3 weeks before and 2 weeks after!

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Breastfeeding - Education, Empowerment and Support
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09/21/2023

The nights are long.
The newborn stage is so hard.
But then you blink, and those needy little babies are bigger and more independent than you thought possible.

You can't hold them too much.
You can't love them too much.
You can't cherish and protect their littleness for too long.
You just can't.
Because they will grow up and enter new stages that are as beautiful and difficult as this one. And they will never be this little again.

If you're struggling but want to breastfeed, we can help. Links in bio 💕

Quote by Emily Calandrelli, aka

Photos from My Pure Delivery's post 09/15/2023

There is so much to do before your little one arrives, but preparation is key! This is our top 10- is there anything you would add?

# breastfeedingpreparation

Timeline photos 09/13/2023

NEWSFLASH! Breasts are made for feeding babies. If seeing a mother nourishing and nurturing her child makes you uncomfortable, remember that it is not her job to make you comfortable, it is her job to feed her baby.

She has enough on her mind without having to worry about accommodating you if her baby gets hungry. Please don't put her in that position. You can always put off your visit until feedings become more predictable, or better yet, go wash some dishes for her while she nurses 😁.

How did you handle feeding your baby when family or friends came to visit? Tell us in the comments!

Photos from My Pure Delivery's post 08/30/2023

Think about this... Which came first, the pacifier or the breast? Obviously, the breast. So your baby isn't using you as a pacifier. They are exhibiting normal behavior, and we have created artificial means to accommodate it.

There are no bad habits when it comes to calming your baby with the breast. Breastfeeding is comfort, security, and analgesia as well as nutrition and immunity. You aren't being manipulated or used "as a pacifier," you're using the most powerful tool in your mama toolbox to help your baby feel safe and content.

Breastfeed more when baby is sick?
✔️Yes, please!
Breastfeed because baby just wants a snack or a quick drink?
✔️Absolutely!
Breastfeed when baby is going through a developmental leap?
✔️Certainly!
Breastfeed when baby gets hurt?
✔️Definitely!
Breastfeed when baby just wants some extra snuggle time?
✔️By all means!
Breastfeed to sleep?
✔️Why not???

Follow your heart and do what works in your life, mamas. There is nothing wrong with using an actual pacifier or other tools to soothe your baby, but there is also nothing wrong with your baby wanting you. Rest assured that it's okay to respond to your baby's needs without fear of "bad habits," and don't throw out your most powerful tool because someone else is uncomfortable or thinks your baby shouldn't need it. Your child won't go off to school attached to the breast. I promise.

If you have breastfeeding questions or challenges, reach out for help. We take most insurance nationwide! Links in bio 💕

Timeline photos 08/25/2023

Thoughts as this little squish stares up at her LC—

We are so grateful to get to work with these tiny, new bundles of love just trying to figure out life on the outside, and their parents who have just entered into uncharted waters.

Newborn grunts, sighs and squeaks are so sweet 🥰

It’s an honor to work in this profession, being able to help improve the health and well-being of the next generation through breastfeeding empowerment, education, and support.

Plus, we get to hold babies every day...and well, there's just nothing better. Thank you to all of our clients and followers for your continued trust and support, and please reach out if you need breastfeeding/pumping help. We take most insurance and we're here for you! Links in bio 💕

08/19/2023

"My baby is older and knows how to breastfeed, so what can a lactation consultant do for me at this point?"

You may think that once you’re past the difficult newborn stage, breastfeeding will be smooth sailing. Hopefully that is true for you! However, as your baby grows and develops, new breastfeeding struggles can arise. We are here to help you throughout your entire journey so that you can maintain your breastfeeding relationship for as long as you desire. Just reach out!

Common struggles with older babies (3 months and older) include:

🔹️Teething
🔹️Breast or bottle refusal
🔹️Starting solids
🔹️Distraction
🔹️Sleep issues
🔹️Pregnancy
🔹️Weaning

For moms, these issues tend to result in decreased milk supply, loss of sleep, clogged ducts, and/or ni**le pain or damage. Reach out for the help you need! We will help you every step of the way, and we accept most insurance. Links in bio 💕

08/17/2023

If we've seen you and have your medical history, ask us! If not, please call the Infant Risk helpline to find out if your medication is safe for your breastfeeding situation.

Maternal need for medication is a maternal health problem and a breastfeeding barrier. We’ve known this for years, and now people are catching on!

Photos from My Pure Delivery's post 08/06/2023

Two visual perspectives on how much your newborn needs to eat. One of the first milk supply pitfalls is reaching for the formula while waiting for your milk to come in.

Your milk doesn't "come in." It starts with low volume, powerful and nutrient dense colostrum and transitions over a few days into thinner, mature milk once your baby's stomach has grown enough to handle higher volumes to meet their nutrition and hydration needs.

It's normal for newborns to eat frequently. They are literally designed to do it. So just because it's possible to get a couple ounces of formula into a newborn who seems hungry all the time doesn't mean you should.

If your baby is born and remains healthy, just let nature do its thing. If you feel nervous about how to know they are getting enough, comment "DM me" below and we'll send you our article - How To Know Your Breastfed Baby Is Getting Enough Milk.

Photos from My Pure Delivery's post 08/03/2023

Breastfeeding - when those late night snacks go to someone else's thighs 😃

Struggling with breastfeeding? Reach out for the help you need! 🌟Insurance Accepted!🌟
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🔥 Did you know that producing milk burns about 500 extra calories per day? It's true! So please make sure to eat good, nutrient dense foods and stay hydrated so your body can do its thing!

**We are NOT here to promote diet culture and mothers "bouncing back" after having a baby. We're here to gush over some chubby baby cuteness and celebrate what our bodies can do! Not every mother loses weight while breastfeeding and that's okay! You still burn the calories regardless of what the scale says.

Photos from My Pure Delivery's post 08/01/2023

🎉 Happy Breastfeeding Month!

The 2023 theme: "This Is Our Why"

​Week 1 (August 1-7): World Breastfeeding Week
Theme: Enabling Breastfeeding: Making a difference for working parents

Week 2 (August 8-14): Indigenous Milk Medicine Week
Theme: From the Stars to a Sustainable Future

Week 3 (August 15-21): Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Breastfeeding Week
Theme: Telling Our Stories, Elevating Our Voices!

​Week 4 (August 25-31): Black Breastfeeding Week
Theme: We Outside!: Celebrating Connection & Our Communities

Week 5 (September 5-11): Semana de La Lactancia Latina

Photos from My Pure Delivery's post 07/13/2023

Same baby, a year later 😍. We love supporting you and being a part of your breastfeeding journey.

And if you know , you know she remembers every family and how much her heart swells when she gets to see how your little ones have grown!

We're here when you need us, every step of the way. Reach out if you're struggling! Links in bio 💕

The Rarest Eye Colors in the World (and Percentages of the Population That Has Each) 06/27/2023

Less than 1% of people have gray eyes. Have you ever known one?

The Rarest Eye Colors in the World (and Percentages of the Population That Has Each) Some are brown, some are blue, and some are both brown and blue! Discover the rarest eye colors in the world!

Photos from Mothers' Milk Bank at Austin's post 06/25/2023

Milk donors save lives! Please consider donating your extra milk or consider supporting the Milk Bank by sharing and promoting this wonderful organization.

06/14/2023

Plain water is great for hydration, but sometimes you need a little more! Especially in hot weather when we are sweating while producing milk, it is extra important to optimize hydration.

Electrolytes are trace minerals that help move fluids from one part of the body to another. Since breast milk is a bodily fluid, electrolytes help transfer the milk from where it is produced to where it needs to be. On a cellular level, these essential trace minerals (such as magnesium, potassium, sodium, chloride, calcium and phosphate) help drive water through the cell membrane, hydrating the entire cell. This is great for heart health, muscle health, energy levels, and yes, breast milk production!

Now, you don't need to make every drink an electrolyte cocktail, but 1-2 per day is ideal. Some days you may need more, such as:

💦Exercise- you may need more electrolytes on a day you're more active than on a day where you are relaxing at home.

💦Illness- When you are sick (especially with GI issues) you tend to be dehydrated and lose electrolytes more quickly than normal, causing your milk supply to decrease as well. So this would be a time where you would want more of your drinks to contain electrolytes.

💦Caffeine- for all the coffee drinkers out there...caffeine is a diuretic, meaning that it causes you to lose liquids quickly. Make sure you are replenishing your body.

Learn more about how to use electrolytes in our article (🔗 in bio)! It's likely that through proper hydration you will see an improvement in your milk volume as well as your energy levels!

Timeline photos 06/01/2023

It's true every other month as well, but let's say it loud and proud for . 🌈

However you look...
Whoever you love...
However you identify...
If love drives you, we support you.

If you bring a child into your home to love and nurture, we are your biggest cheerleaders.
And if you desire to produce milk for a child, we can help you.

Don't forget, many bodies are biologically capable of producing milk to help feed a child, even if you didn't give birth. Induced lactation is an amazing thing. We can help you start the process if this is something you want to consider. Just reach out! (Links in bio)

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05/29/2023

Today, we hug our loved ones extra tight and remember those who gave their lives to protect our freedoms. Happy Memorial Day, friends. 🇺🇸

05/23/2023

Part of yourselves remain active and alive inside each other after birth...for DECADES. You may even have your grandmother's cells inside you.

Yes, literally. And not just any old cells. This includes stem cells.

Genetic material is exchanged reciprocally between a mother and her unborn baby through the placenta, a process called microchimerism. Now, recent research shows that this exchange continues postnatally, through breastfeeding.

Now, we know why stem cells are important for a developing fetus, but why are they present in breast milk?

Possibly because of their unique and powerful abilities. Let's nerd out on this for a minute...

Unlike other types of cells, milk stem cells are able to:
✨️ become any type of cell needed in the body
✨️ survive the gastrointestinal tract and get into your baby's blood
✨️ cross the protective blood brain barrier (something most cells cannot do)
✨️ respond to microenvironmental cues and integrate themselves to become functioning brain cells.

If your mind is blown, comment with a🤯🤯🤯

Indeed, we all know that breastfeeding offers immune protection for babies via components like immunoglobulins, cytokines, etc...but what was previously less known is this multilateral approach to protection- breast milk provides both immune cells and powerhouse stem cells to facilitate the maturation of your baby's immune system.

Every day, more evidence is found for the power of breast milk. If you want to breastfeed but are struggling, call an IBCLC before throwing in the towel. We'd love to help.

https://mypuredelivery.com/breastfeeding

05/08/2023

Can a mama get a minute??

(No.)

05/06/2023

26 years ago today, Betty Deville was shown tandem nursing Phil and Lil on Rugrats. Do you remember this episode? It was important. There wasn't a lot of raw motherhood being shown on kids programs in the 90s, and they did it beautifully.

05/04/2023

Bittersweet.

If you are struggling to reach your goal, give us a call. We're here to help.
https://mypuredelivery.com/breastfeeding

"We did it." 🥹❤️ via

04/29/2023

Not too many things that beat lazy morning snuggles. Happy weekend, friends!

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The connection between mother and child, even before they are born, is truly like no other. Our senses are intertwined on such a deep level, far beyond our conscious awareness.

What a special, important, and beautiful thing.

We'd love to be a support resource for you and your new baby. Check out our classes, free support group, and lactation services:
https://mypuredelivery.com/prenatal-services

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04/18/2023

What to know about Hand Foot Mouth Disease and breastfeeding:

Q: What is it?
A: HFM is a highly contagious viral infection causing painful red blisters in the mouth & throat, and on the hands, feet, and diaper area.

Q: How is it spread?
A: The virus can spread through an infected person’s saliva, nasal mucus, blister fluid, and f***s. Most common in children under 7 years of age, it is frequently spread in daycares, schools, and other places children spend time together.

Q: Will I catch it from my breastfeeding baby?
A: While there is not much research on the transmission through breastfeeding, it is considered safe to continue to nurse your infected baby. Adults don't typically have symptoms, and HFM can be largely avoided with proper hygeine.

Q: What if I catch it?
A: If you do become infected, it is still okay to nurse as long as the lesions are not on your ni**les. One study showed that breastfeeding may actually have a protective effect, since your body will produce antibodies to protect your baby.

Q: When should I call someone for help?
A: If your baby begins to refuse the breast or bottle due to fussiness or pain with swallowing, please call your physician and consult with a lactation specialist to help protect your milk supply and ensure that your baby is getting enough to meet their calorie and hydration needs.

***Please note!***
HFM is most contagious during the first week of symptoms, however people can sometimes spread the virus to others for days or weeks after symptoms go away, or even if they have no symptoms at all.

Questions? Reach out. We're always here to help you navigate the journey as new parents. 512-765-9959
https://mypuredelivery.com

Aw this is adorable 🥰👏🏾😁

Who else thinks this is dope? 🤔

Comment below 👇🏾 04/15/2023

Oh my heart!!

Did your dog know something was different when you were pregnant?

Aw this is adorable 🥰👏🏾😁 Who else thinks this is dope? 🤔 Comment below 👇🏾

04/12/2023

This is wild.

To summarize, there was a popular book that highlighted the benefits and importance of getting children outdoors. Then Eleanor Roosevelt used a chicken wire cage to hang her baby outside her apartment window, thus beginning a trend that lasted for decades, until concerns about child safety became more of a "thing."

I wonder if we have common parenting practices today that will shock people 100 years from now. Anything come to mind?

Baby cages used to ensure that children get enough sunlight and fresh air when living in an apartment building, 1937. Backstory and more photos: https://bit.ly/3mkQ1d0

Photos from My Pure Delivery's post 04/12/2023

Today begins Black Maternal Health Week. Major racial disparities in maternal health care exist, including a 3x higher mortality rate among black vs. white mothers.

We want to see a world full of healthy babies and families.

We want to see access to qualified prenatal, birth, and postpartum care that meets families where they are.

We want to see all families treated with compassion and love.

Let's take this week to raise awareness, amplify the voices of those who need to be heard, and look deeper to consider solutions to the disparities in healthcare within our communities. 💗

Timeline photos 04/08/2023

Sure, we'll hold your baby while you pump. It's a tough job, but someone has to do it.😜

Need help getting your baby fed? We're here and we take most insurance with no copays.
https://mypuredelivery.com/breastfeeding

04/08/2023

How precious 🥰

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04/07/2023

Babies don't keep. Hold them tight. 💕

There's so much I'd like to tell that tired face...

One day, you'll wonder if he's ok because he's slept for longer than two hours in a row.

One day, you'll stop posting in sleep forums for advice. You'll stop scouring the internet for solutions. Because you've found the answer within yourself.

One day, he'll let his dad rock him to sleep without screaming. You'll feel redundant but in a good, freeing way. You'll dance around the kitchen in celebration at your newfound sense of freedom, not quite knowing what to do with yourself.

One day, 2.5 years in, he will sleep through the night for the first time, and you'll be really chuffed. But it won't be the all-singing, all-dancing fanfare you've imagined all this time. Because the acceptance came sooner.

One day, you'll catch sight of yourself in the mirror and see a well-rested person staring back at you. The colour having slowly returned to your face.

One day, you'll no longer run on empty but rather a full (ish) tank. You'll start the day with a spring in your step rather than a tired trudge.

One day, you'll think back to those damning conversations and wonder why you ever let them fill your head with doubt.

One day, you'll look back with nothing but pride at the way you responded to your child's needs, in a world that still seems so strangely intent on denying them.

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Words: Karen McMillan (Mother Truths)

Taken from: 'Lessons: Reflections on Early Motherhood'
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04/03/2023

This is exactly how I picture a human dad reacting, too. 🤣🤣🤣

03/30/2023

We share this every year. Please consider your friends and family, and the countless people you don't even know.

03/19/2023

Don't be fooled by the appearance of perfection. Whether it's a clean house, perfectly behaved children, a flat stomach, being married to prince charming...

Let's face it. We are moms. We're all a hot mess. Some just hide it better than others 😁

03/19/2023

How cool is this???

A fabric womb made by Angélique du Coudray, a French midwife who was commissioned by King Louis XV to reduce infant mortality. From 1760 to 1783, she traveled all over France, visiting poor rural women and sharing her extensive knowledge with them. It is estimated that she trained some 10,000 women.
Du Coudray also invented the first lifesize obstetrical mannequin, for practicing mock births, and published a well-received midwifery textbook

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03/10/2023

As spring approaches and the world begins blooming, there is quite literally nothing better than capturing the perfect spring photo of your baby. Can you believe we're into the second week of March already?

Need some photo inspo? We've compiled a board of adorable spring baby photos, with images from both professional shoots like this one from Fangting Photography and simple ones that you can do yourself. Check it out! 👇

https://www.pinterest.com/mypuredelivery/spring-baby-photoshoot-ideas/

03/09/2023

We couldn't let International Women's Day end without highlighting our amazing clients, lactation consultants and support staff. We are proud to be a woman owned and operated business focused on helping mothers and babies thrive. We couldn't do what we do to support families and help to improve health outcomes for generations to come without the hard work and sacrifices of those brave women who paved the way. 🍾 💚

03/09/2023

🚨**Recall Alert**🚨

The specific seats recalled are:
♦️ 2019-2021 Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 convertible car seats designed for children between 9 to 70 pounds
♦️ Maxi-Cosi Pria 85 and Pria 85 Max convertible car seats for children between 14 to 85 pounds

https://www.maxicosi.com/us-en/pria-recall-information

03/03/2023

Kids are kids 💕

03/02/2023

She invented the dishwasher, y'all. I would like to personally hug this woman's great grandchildren, or whoever of her descendants are alive today.

March is Women's History Month, where we pay special attention to achievements and contributions women have made to improve and advance our society. Read this blurb about Josephine Garis Cochran- it's a good one.



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Josephine Cochran, inventor of the automatic dishwasher.

Josephine Garis Cochran (sometimes spelled Cochrane) (1839-1913) is largely unknown now, but she should be declared the patron saint of the modern busy family. For in 1886, she patented the first commercial dishwasher.

Cochran wanted a machine that would save time washing dishes, and would prevent broken crockery. She was convinced that there had to be a mechanical solution to the tedium of dishwashing. Josephine grew up in a family of engineers, but finding no one that could or would invent such a machine, she vowed, “If nobody else is going to invent a dishwashing machine, I’ll do it myself.”

So she invented a contraption of gears, belts, and pulleys that could take a cage filled with over 200 dirty dishes, and would re-appear a few minutes later with the dishes as clean as if they had been hand-washed. Her machine, unlike others that had been attempted, was the first to use water pressure rather than scrubbers to clean the dishes. It also had fitted racks to hold the dishes and cutlery in place.

Once her patent application, under the name of “J.G. Cochran” was approved, the next challenge was production. “I couldn’t get men to do the things I wanted in my way until they had tried and failed in their own,” Josephine later explained. “And that was costly for me. They knew I knew nothing, academically, about mechanics, and they insisted on having their own way with my invention until they convinced themselves my way was the better, no matter how I had arrived at it.”

In 1886, with the aid of a young mechanic named George Butters, she set to work in a woodshed behind her home bringing the first prototype to life.

Once she had the patent and a machine, she had to sell the dishwashers. Although she wanted to sell directly to women, as they would appreciate how much drudgery the machine eliminated, because very few households in the 19th century could afford to pay over $100 for an appliance, her main customers were large hotels and restaurants.

She was successful at sales, but it was very difficult to challenge the mores of the 19th century, to enter these establishments on her own. When discussing selling to a large hotel, she described it as “almost the hardest thing I ever did, I think, crossing the great lobby of the Sherman House alone. You cannot imagine what it was like in those days…for a woman to cross a hotel lobby alone. I had never been anywhere without my husband or father—the lobby seemed a mile wide. I thought I should faint at every step, but I didn’t—and I got an $800 order as my reward.”

In 1893, she exhibited her dishwashers at the Columbian Exhibition World’s Fair in Chicago, and the orders came pouring in from schools, colleges, hospitals and other large institutions. Her product, the Garis-Cochran Dishwasher was a success.

With the assistance of her business partner, George Butters, they opened a factory in 1898, Cochran’s Crescent Washing Machine Company. At first the dishwashing machines were used primarily by large businesses and institutions, but decades later, Cochran’s invention eventually evolved into the appliance considered essential by millions of householders today.

Cochran died of a stroke in 1913, a very successful businesswoman. Her company was bought out in 1926 by the Hobart Corporation which produced appliances under the KitchenAid brand. In 1986, KitchenAid was acquired by Whirlpool.

Josephine Garis Cochran was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2006. In 2013, on the 100 year anniversary of her death, the country of Romania (a country with which Cochran had no connection) issued a postage stamp in her honor, an indication of just how widespread her influence was.

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145,000 cans of Enfamil ProSobee infant formula recalled over bacterial risk | CNN 02/21/2023

Possible cronobacter contamination.
Again. 😞

https://www.cnn.com/2023/02/20/health/reckitt-prosobee-recall/index.html

145,000 cans of Enfamil ProSobee infant formula recalled over bacterial risk | CNN Reckitt, one of the main formula manufacturers in the US, said Monday that it is recalling two batches of Enfamil ProSobee Simply Plant-Based Infant Formula because of possible cross-contamination with Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria.

02/20/2023

I'd read this if I could keep my eyes open.

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301 Brushy Creek Road, Ste 106
Cedar Park, TX
78613

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm

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