Baby Gear

#RunDontWalk to the Target Baby Sale

Project Nursery Picks for the Target Baby Sale

Target does it again! Mamas-to-be, parents of little ones, baby gear fanatics and deal seekers unite, because the Target baby sale is on, and it is SO GOOD. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to buy baby gear or stock up on the essentials, this is it. […]

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Feeding, For Mom, Giveaways

Win All the Essentials for a Nursing Mom!

It's Working Project Giveaway

We just celebrated the launch of It’s Working with a Twitter Party, and now we’re keeping the party going! Help us spread the word about It’s Working, and enter to win an amazing prize! […]

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Baby Gear, Feeding, For Mom, Giveaways

Ready, Set, Recycle #MedelaRecycles Giveaway

MedelaRecycles Giveaway

We just kicked off Medela’s new program with a Twitter Party, and now we’re keeping the celebration going! Help us spread the word about #MedelaRecycles, and enter to win an amazing prize package! […]

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PN News

Ready, Set, Recycle with Medela + Twitter Party

Medela Twitter Party

Our friends at Medela are finally giving us a wonderful reason to say goodbye to our pumps called the Medela Recycles program. Once you’re ready to part with it, Medela is encouraging you to recycle your pump in order to help another mom begin her own breastfeeding journey. […]

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Clothing, Fab Finds, Feeding, For Mom

Melanie’s Nursing Must-haves

The great thing about breastfeeding is that you don’t have to spend all that money on formula, but you do need to invest in is some great gear. Even though the “milk factory” (as my toddler calls it) is conveniently attached to your body, breastfeeding will be much easier if you get the right clothing, bras and accessories. When you

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Baby's Things, Feeding, Product Reviews

Calma: A New Feeding Device by Medela

I exclusively breastfed my first son, and I hope to have as much luck with my second. As much as I love bonding with my babies, sometimes you can feel a little restricted when breastfeeding. My first son never really accepted a bottle, so whenever I was out on the town without him, I was constantly looking at my watch

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