Posts Tagged ‘breastfeeding supplies

Nursing and Pumping for Two

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Before the twins arrived, I gently prepared myself for what I thought was inevitable: that I wouldn’t produce enough milk for two hungry babies, and I would have to rely on formula to supplement. Breastfeeding was a choice I made for my first four babies, and it was a delightful, easy and comfortable part of [...]


GIVEAWAY! Five Lucky Winners Get a Sucklebuckle™!!

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Last week I introduced the Homemade Mothering community to Christine Prill, founder and CEO of Sucklebuckle™, a handy tool that makes breastfeeding a little easier for busy moms. I am a fan of anything that encourages and supports nursing mamas, and I think Christine’s invention is genius. Take a look at my nifty device for holding [...]


Kangaroo Top + GIVEAWAY

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Before the arrival of baby Ben, I researched on-line for breastfeeding-friendly tops and bras. Breastfeeding is an important choice for me, and I’ve found that having shirts that accommodate this choice make life a lot easier.  So, when I stumbled upon the Kangaroo Tube Top from milkandbaby.com I was immediately intrigued.  It looked so snuggly and [...]


Undercover Mama Nursing Shirt + GIVEAWAY!!

As I’ve written about before, breastfeeding is an important choice I make for my family.  Perhaps the best part about it is that Vivian’s food is always readily available no matter where we go.  I don’t have to worry about packing bottles or formula or water. Now that a feeding routine is established, breastfeeding is [...]


Homemade Nursing Pads

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Breastfeeding is important to me and my family.  When Evelyn was born nearly four years ago I made a commitment to nurse her for a year, and it became such a normal part of our routine that I couldn’t imagine doing anything different with Mack and now with Vivian.  Much to my delight, the first [...]


A Good Week to be a Breastfeeding Mama

Its a good week to be a breastfeeding mama!  Two great pieces of news just released: 1. First Lady Michelle Obama will begin promoting breastfeeding as a way to cut down on childhood obesity. Mrs. Obama said she wants to focus on the “important touch points in a child’s life. And what we’re learning now [...]