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The next item we are going to talk about are breast pumps. You really should check with your health insurance and see what you can get for free! However, there are some really awesome one’s that may be a step above what you can get through insurance. IF your going to splurge, my pick is for the Elvie pump. I have seen and heard nothing but great things about this pump. Many exclusively pumping MaMa’s really appreciate the flexibility this pump gives them. Check it out here https://amzn.to/3cJdsBK
Favorite Breastfeeding support pillow is: My Breast Friend. Check it out here https://amzn.to/2UqJ2y0
Breastfeeding Products
Hillary Sadler | June 9, 2020
Here is a compilation of all the things I have personally used and found helpful and supportive throughout my breastfeeding journeys! I hope you find this blog helpful as there are SO MANY OPTIONS related to breastfeeding!
The HaaKaa: If you know, you know! If you don’t know..you need to know! Best investment ever! Check out the link for more info
Another item you need (prior to delivery) is a hands free pump bra. There are literally 100 different options. But the one linked her is great because you can use it on top of your bra. So, if your at work and you just need something to wrap around for your pump sessions, this is perfect! Or, if your at home and you don’t have a bra on, it works then too! It’s by far my favorite one. https://amzn.to/3dQfyRA It’s a plain Jane pump bra, because who needs their pump bra to be sexy?!
Wake Windows: What To Do When Your Baby Stays Up Way Past Them?

Wake Windows: What To Do When Your Baby Stays Up Way Past Them?

It’s 8 pm and you’re finally getting a chance to sit down and relax after a long day. You’re just about to take a sip of your well-deserved glass of wine when you hear it… the sound of your baby crying. You go to their room only to find that they’re wide awake and...

When Baby Only Wants One Breast

When Baby Only Wants One Breast

Baby Only Wants One Breast: Is it Normal and What Should I Do? It's perfectly normal for babies to only want one breast over the other. In fact, it's more common than you might think. There are a few reasons why your baby only wants one breast, and there are a few...

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