Mar 6th 2014

Milk Nursingwear

Baby Necessities Milk Nursingwear Customers Can't Live Without

We asked our Milk Nursingwear customers...
baby necessity





Here are the top 5 responses:

Stacy – Babywearing...number1

Baby slings and baby wearing are the latest trend. It’s easy to understand why, as they provide a convenient, inexpensive way to transport your little one.

According to La Leche League International: “Baby wearing is incredibly helpful in integrating baby into your daily life. You can interact with your baby throughout the day, breastfeed frequently, and still play with an older child and accomplish adult tasks. Babies benefit from spending time in the rich learning environment of the adult world. Parents feel more confident and less isolated. Baby wearing also makes the world more baby-friendly.“


Veronica - Arms reach mini co-sleeper...

Veronica is referring to a brand of co-sleeping bassinet. Aco-sleeping bassinet is a baby bed that attaches to the side of an adult bed, allowing baby to remain close to the parents at night without actually being in the adult bed. These bassinets allow baby and mom the benefit of sleeping close so baby feels secure, as well as allowing easy middle of the night feedings -- while eliminating the danger of sleeping in bed with baby.

Alison - Nursing shirts...number3

When you breastfeed in a regular top, you have to lift your shirt above your breast to nurse -- inevitably exposing your stomach, sides, back and breasts. This leaves some women uncomfortable with nursing in public or in front of others.

Stylish nursing tops and chic nursing shirts have hidden openings giving easy access for your nursling to latch on discreetly – while allowing you to feed your baby and remaining total covered. This helps you relax, which helps your milk flow more easily and in turn makes your nursling very happy. There are many fashionable nursing clothes available, and no one else will be able to tell that you are wearing nursingwear.


Natasha – Lanisoh…

Lansinoh is made from 100% Lanolin, which is a waxy substance found in sheep and other wool-bearing animals. It's secreted under their skin to act as a water-proof barrier and mostly is found in their wool. Ever wondered how sheep never minded the rain and cold? Now you know!

The idea of using this in a nipple cream is that it acts as a barrier over the nipple like a scab on a wound, which lets the nipple gain back its moisture. The main reason breast-feeding nipples crack is the lack of moisture, which is taken from you when your child feeds, therefore, somehow you need to let your nipple get that back in a short amount of time.

Rachel - Our baby hammock…number5

Did you know that a baby hammock is one of the most natural sleeping environments you can give your new born baby? The safe, secure cocooning effect of a baby hammock allows your baby to feel swaddled and mimics the feeling of being held in your arms. Babies can sometimes awaken and then be soothed back to sleep by the gentle bouncing of the hammock initiated by their own small movements.