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The first week of August is World Breastfeeding Week. 2015 is the 23rd year of this celebration. Each year, from August 1st through the 7th, breastfeeding is observed around the world. The goal of WBW is to support, protect and promote breastfeeding for all women.
According to the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action, “This World Breastfeeding Week, WABA calls for concerted global action to support women to combine breastfeeding and work. Whether a woman is working in the formal, non-formal or home setting, it is necessary that she is empowered in claiming her and her baby’s right to breastfeed.”
Milk Nursingwear has been busy behind the scenes supporting WBW celebrations across the United States by donating stylish nursing tops to events occurring coast-to-coast! From La Leche League happenings to ILCA conventions to WIC programs to birth, breastfeeding & baby fairs, Milk is supporting events nationwide with our donations.
We at Milk Nursingwear are proud to be a part of WBW. We applaud all of you organizing and attending World Breastfeeding events in your area. Enjoy the festivities!
We at Milk Nursingwear know nothing is more important than your little one’s safety. Each year many baby related products are recalled due to not meeting national safety standards. It’s important to stay up to date and protect your family from any hidden dangers.
You should make an effort to regularly check out listings for product recalls, especially if you choose to shop at consignment stores or garage sales or decide to accept hand-me-downs from friends and family.
One good place to start – the government regulated websites that list all products recalled in the United States.
There are also a couple of great parenting websites that make these recalls a little easier to navigate.
Safe Kids Worldwide compiles a monthly as well as a yearly listing of recalls specifically impacting child and baby products.
No matter where you choose to get informed, make it a priority for the loved ones in your life.
Just like the Boy Scouts, new mothers know they must “Be prepared!” Milk Nursingwear compiled our checklist of necessary items for your newborn’s diaper bag. Check out our Must-Have Diaper Bag slideshow below.
- Diapers (one or two for every hour out, plus a couple extra)
- Wipes (travel wipes take up less room)
- Changing Pad (find the size that’s right for you)
- Plastic or Biodegradable bags (for those dirty diapers)
- Blanket (multi-purpose – nursing cover, for warmth, a clean surface for baby)
- Change of Baby Clothes (at least one outfit)
- Burp Cloth (to prevent stains; have a few)
- Pacifier or other comfort item (anything that will sooth baby)
- Diaper Rash Cream (save space with a travel size)
- Sling or Wrap for Carrying Baby
- Age appropriate toys (whether for engagement or distraction, have a few on hand)
- Hat (Hot or cold, baby needs protection)
- Medications (such as gas drops, teething meds, etc)
- Cell Phone
- Nursing Pads – for mom
Keep cool in Milk’s hot fashions
Milk Nursingwear’s Side-shirred nursing top flatters your curves with its ruched detail. Move aside the front wrap for easy nursing. Pair this slimming nursing top with a soft, cotton flare skirt for a cute, comfortable and cool outfit in the July heat. This look isn’t complete without black leather flips and a cross-body bag.
This fresh nursing style showcases Milk Nursingwear’s Infinty nursing top and a pair of crisp white trousers. Step out in this stylish nursing top and no one will know its true purpose. Simply move aside the front fabric to access openings and “cover-up” with the extra fabric. Add cork wedges, a floral satchel bag and jewelry in gold tones to finish this ensemble.
Milk Nursingwear is excited to announce that we are now carrying a new product that will come in handy in those early days and weeks of nursing!
Rachel’s Remedy was conceived of and developed by a nursing mom who was seeking breast pain relief! Rachel experienced mastitis and clogged ducts, and needed a solution that did not sacrifice mobility and enabled her to keep her clothes dry.
So she invented Rachel’s Remedy, the first and only wearable, moist-heat therapy for nursing moms. This organic therapeutic product treats breast discomforts associated with breastfeeding such as:
- Clogged ducts
- General discomfort
Rachel’s Remedy is waterproof. It takes seconds to prepare and provides long-lasting relief. The pad slips into your bra while keeping your clothes totally dry, so you can treat your discomfort while moving around.
This exciting new product is perfect for moms on the go.
Each package contains one therapy pad. The pad consists of a therapeutic flax seed pillow that you heat in the microwave, an organic cotton moisture pad (for optional moist heat relief), and a water resistant pouch. You can also pop it in the freezer for cold relief to treat pain and swelling.
Let us know what you think!
Hot fun in the summertime!
Nothing is more comfortable on a hot day than your favorite nursing tank and a pair of broken in jean shorts. Milk’s Scoop-neck layered nursing tank top in orange with a rose under-layer is fun and fashionable. Lift the top layer of this tank for easy and discreet nursing. Complete this outfit with matching sandals and a striped clutch. Don’t forget a lightweight, zipped hoodie for those over air-conditioned restaurants and stores!
Enjoy a day out in this clean, summer look featuring Milk Nursingwear’s Mesh-sleeved nursing top. This stylish nursing top is perfectly paired with citrus-green shorts, a large canvas tote, and great stacked bangles. Stay comfortable with strappy flats and keep out the sun with a straw fedora.
Organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Centers for Disease Control, and the World Health Organization all tout the many benefits of breastfeeding. Across our great country, breastfeeding acceptance and participation varies greatly.
Interested in seeing where your state ranks among others? Check out these 2014 Breastfeeding Report Card statistics released by the CDC .
Percentage of Moms still breastfeeding at 12 months – Top 10 states:
Click here for the complete list of states and their rankings.