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Nursing Must-Haves from a Third-Time Mama

Breastfeeding is both a joy and a challenge—for some it mamas and babies it comes easily and for others it’s a rocky start that takes some basic sticktoitiveness to end up in baby feeding bliss. One thing we can agree on is that there are some nursing must-haves that make the whole experience smoother. Though the products may vary from one nursing mama’s list to another, here are some tried-and-true favorite nursing products for your breastfeeding journey.

Nursing Must-Haves for Breastfeeding - Project Nursery1. Breastfeeding Pillow / Cover 2. Nursing Cover Up 3. Lanolin 4. Nursing Top 5. Parent + Baby SmartBand
6. Washable Nursing Pads 7. Kiinde Twist Pouches 8. The Nursing Mother’s Companion 9. Soothing HydroGel Pads 10. Pump 11. Nursing Bra 12. Disposable Nursing Pads 13. Nursing Cover

Cloak & Cuddle

Thursday 17th of August 2017

Love the list, thank you! I wanted to suggest another brand: Cloak & Cuddle® - the first fashionable and full coverage breastfeeding cover that gives mothers the confidence to comfortably breastfeed wherever and whenever.

As a mother of two under two, I found that the current nursing covers either didn’t offer me enough coverage or frankly, were too embarrassing to wear in public. So, I took matters into my own hands and developed Cloak & Cuddle® as a fashionable, functional nursing cover, encouraging mothers to embrace breastfeeding and for even longer than they could have imagined.

The cape-inspired design is a classic fashion statement that is always on trend and oh-so-forgiving for our postpartum mamas. With 6 key features, the patent-pending design makes it versatile enough for all of mom's needs: * Wear it to Nurse * Wear it to Pump * Just Wear It *

And so I wanted to share Cloak & Cuddle® with all of you: Cloak yourself in style, Cuddleyour child with love. A portion of all Cloak & Cuddle proceeds will go towards UNICEF.


Tuesday 30th of May 2017

I would also recommend the Milkies Milk Saver. It catches your leaking milk from the non-nursing or pumping side.


Monday 19th of June 2017

Great suggestion, Amie! Thanks!