“ I love this pump - I got the Medela Pump in Style Advanced Backpack since a backpack fits my style better - It Just looks like a regular backpack, no one knows what's inside or realizes where I disappear to for 10 minutes - I highly recommend Medela's breast pumps - There are cheaper ones but pumping isn't about spending quality time with your nursing child - It's about getting...” --randymom89
“ I heard about this pillow at a breastfeeding class I took before having my son (first-time mom). My cousin had given me her Boppy so I just filed the info away. Fast-forward to the first time trying to nurse my son in the hospital using the Boppy. Talk about frustrating! My tiny, floppy newborn was impossible to position correctly using the smooshy Boppy. Enter My Brest Friend! This made...” --gloomcookie
“ I get a lot more milk using this pump than either of the electric pumps (both Medela) I tried. I'm not sure if it's their special 'let down cushion' on the cup, or just that I can get more using a hand pump. So I love that about it. However, if you use this pump make sure it comes with the 'IQ valve', which looks like a plug, and NOT the flat, disc-shaped valve with an asterisk on it. That...” --P.J.
“ I wish these were a little cheaper because they're great coverage, fairly supportive, easy to single handedly open and close (great for squirmy babies) and pretty! The comfort factor (so soft) is great but the fact that its not a v neck and is long enough to cover your back/belly is huge. I really love this and I wish I could afford more!! ” --matope
“ I've tried several different lanolins especially since Lansinoh changed their product between my first and second child. I like this one a lot. My second son didn't like the taste of Lansinoh and would reject me unless I'd wipe it off but even if I had JUST applied this he'd latch right on. It's thin so it's easy to spread but that can also be a con because it absorbs...” --ashleyb87
“ I lay my milk flat down in the freezer to get the most I can in a small amount of space. I found that these leaked. They also don't hold as much as other brands. Many moms won't mind this but I was trying to pump all of my oversupply in as few of bags as possible for babies in need and the moms would just thaw what they needed for the day all at once and store in the fridge...” --ashleyb87
“ I have had these for 5 years. I have used them through 2 kids with about a year or so off of using them. I always wore these even when I wasn't really leaking anymore because my nipples were sensitive and I didn't like them touching my bra. I only have 2 falling apart-I bought 2 sets. They will show unless you have light padding in your bra. I found out the hard...” --ashleyb87
“ Bought this one because it was one of the few that will work on both 110 and 220 volts. I used it twice a day for 9 months and the parts don't fit together as nicely as they did at first. The gummi "Petal" cone really doesn't fit well anymore and sometimes affects the suction. Hoping it holds up for baby #2. Some nice words for Avent, though- while travelling I lost the inner valve and...” --danube
“My midwife sold me a pair of these when I was struggling with my tongue-tied baby, and ohmigosh they were heavenly! Seriously, the soothing comfort was beyond compare. You just wet them down a little bit and put them on, and they are cool and moist and feel wonderful on cracked, irritated skin in between nursing sessions. They worked so well that I went out and bought several more to get me...” --Mosaic
The New Philips AVENT 8 ounce Natural glass bottle is the most natural way to bottle feed. The wide, breast shaped nipple promotes natural latch on so you can easily combine breast and bottle feeding and the unique comfort petals provides an extra soft, flexible nipple without nipple collapse. In addition, the anti-colic slow-flow nipple helps newborns feed comfortably and easily and the...