Feeding & Nursing

A hungry baby is a fussy baby whether you are breastfeeding, bottle feeding  by using feeding & nursing accessories or doing a mixture of both.

To breastfeed successfully, you really don’t need anything more than your breasts and your baby.

But as moms who’s done it will tell you, a few feeding & nursing essentials can make a big difference. That said, breastfeeding isn’t always easy, and sometimes you need some help along the way.

Some of these items simply make nursing easier and more comfortable; others are essential items to turn to if you encounter any breastfeeding challenges.

  • Nursing Pillows
  • Baby Bottles
  • Nipple
  • Cups and Sippy cups
  • Nursing Bras
  • Breast Pump

Besides keeping the number of a lactation support person on hand just in case, it can be helpful to have some breastfeeding supplies available after your baby is born.

As you’re probably learning, there are so many breastfeeding products out there, and it can be overwhelming to consider which you actually need and which may just sit in a closet collecting dust. Don’t worry we’re here to help!

While preparing for the birth of your child is an overwhelmingly joyous occasion, being pregnant does come with more than a handful of inconveniences, including having to give up certain foods (sushi, cold cuts, wine) and activities (high-intensity and high-impact workouts).


Breastfeeding is so much more than simply feeding. It’s bonding and comforting and cuddling too. So, the weaning transition can be difficult for both of you, physically and emotionally.

You may find that you naturally progress away from dream feeding as your baby becomes better equipped to sleep through the night on their own.

Well, again, it’s not the same for everyone. But about two-thirds of babies can sleep through the night by six months. If you and your baby are struggling with sleep, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor. You don’t have to just write this off as part of mamahood.

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