Feeding and Nursing
“ I loved this nursing cover, It's pretty and helped alot for the first two months after that Noa would keep kicking it off of her. She really doesn't like anything to cover her. So I kinda found it to be a waste of money. For mothers that can use nursing covers I'd say this is nice. But for others like myself I just Bf without a cover. Wish I saved my money on this. ” --Nikkiboo3145
“ I didn't intend to pump very often so I thought a simple hand pump would be fine for me. I planned to pump once in the evening so that DH could do one of the night feedings. However, I would spend 30 minutes pumping and get less than an ounce of milk. I only tried about 10 times, and then just gave up. It was just easier to nurse her myself. ” --lollie2357
“I used this in the early days nursing my second, tongue-tied baby. I found lansinoh cream to be so thick and sticky that it didn't spread well and made my skin stick to my breast pads (and stained my pads, too). I looked for something that would be gentle, more of a cream instead of an ointment, and I really liked this product. It was soothing and protected my skin more so that it wouldn't...” --Mosaic
For faster pumping and maximum efficiency for breastfeeding, the Evenflo Comfort Select Performance Breast Pump- Double is what every mom needs. Automatic cycling, an adjustable vacuum dial, and dual horns allow mom to simulate her baby's suckling pressure and maximize performance and comfort. Pump horn has a full silicone without BPA (Bisphenol-A) cushion insert for increased comfort and...
Comfort Select Performance Single Electric Breast Pump Expects agree Breastfeeding is the best way to feed your baby. You should take every opportunity to make breastfeeding easy and comfortable. The Evenflo Breast pumps do exactly that! Evenflo Electric Breast Pumps Feature: NEW! All components, including milk storage bottles are without BPA and contain less than 0.01%% phthalates NEW!...