Tot-to-go Nursing Cover

There has been a lot of coverage in the media lately regarding Moms breastfeeding in public. Personally, I have never had a problem with breastfeeding in public. I have had a few compliments for doing it and a few people try to provide not so subtly provide me with advice by telling me where the nursing centers are located. I am proud to breastfeed and I am confident about breastfeeding in public. I will feed my child where ever I have to and if someone has an issue with it, that is their problem. I do not feel like I … Continue reading

Shower Hug™

I received a Shower Hug™ for review just before my son was born. Boy, am I ever thankful! During pregnancy, my nipples were quite sore. They got worse after my son was born. His latch was not good at the beginning. That in combination with the fact that he is slightly tongue tied made for some painful nursing. My nipples were raw and sore. The mere thought of showering and having water hit my front side made me cringe. Enter: The Shower Hug–my saviour! The extremely soft and easy to wear Shower Hug made showering comfortable for me. The Shower … Continue reading

Multi-Testing Mommy Recommends Bella Band

Ingrid and Isabel has invented my must have item during this pregnancy! The Bella Band! The Bella Band is such a simple thing. It is a seamless tube of material that goes around your waist, hips and tummy in order to keep your pants from falling down and your high rise pant seams showing through all of your tops. If it weren’t for my Bella Band, you would see me a mile away, hiking up my pants every two seconds in order to ensure that they weren’t falling down. Seriously. I also anticipate using my Bella Band after my pregnancy … Continue reading

Breastfeeding: Mother-to-Mother

Jessica Solomon from Breastfeeding Basics was kind enough to send me a copy of her incredible and informative breastfeeding video called Breastfeeding Basics. With my first daughter, I breastfed for 13 months. We got off to a difficult start, but I was bound and determined to breastfeed. I went to clinics, read books and consulted websites. We battled improper latches, thrush and finding comfortable feeding positions due to my vertical c-section. But in the end, we made it through and both her and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience that we shared for 13 months. I am now pregnant again and … Continue reading