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Unconventional & Super Helpful Baby Gifts

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Hi mamas! I’m Lacey Parr, a lactation educator, and mother of 3. I’m here today to talk about some fun ideas for baby shower gifts. I hope this gets some inspiration flowing for baby gifts! Enjoy!

If I’m being honest, there isn’t much that a baby needs. What a baby needs is to breastfeed and to be held. And you as a mother are great at doing both! But motherhood is not to be done alone. Every mother needs support and love. Baby showers are a great way to show our love and support to new moms. When giving a thoughtful gift, this love and support are felt even more! Here I have collected 7 baby gifts that will not be returned to Target but that the mother will use and reuse with gratitude!

  1. Breastfeeding class. Our research-based, peer-reviewed breastfeeding classes can be viewed over and over and never expire. They start with the benefits of breastfeeding, the anatomy of breastfeeding, how to hold your baby while breastfeeding, how to latch, even how to wean. (And loads more in-between!) The gift of knowledge is a gift that is perpetual!
  2. The gift of babywearing. As the saying goes, you cook for a mama once, you feed her for a day. You teach a mama to babywear, you feed her for a lifetime! 😉 Wearing your baby in a wrap or carrier increases bonding, lowers crying, facilitates breastfeeding and frees up mama’s hands. Soft wraps like the Moby Wrap are great for the newborn stage and Ergobaby is great for older babies. You can also search Babywearing International for local groups and gift a membership, which connects her with local experts to help answer her babywearing questions.Here are some unconventional but super helpful baby gifts from a mom who knows.
  3. Frozen homemade meals. A stack of meals, ready to go in the freezer, is such a relief to new families.
  4. Mattress protector. Yeah, she says she isn’t going to co-sleep. Yeah, she has that changing table. But I’m gonna tell you right now, she will leak milk in her bed. And one sleepy morning, she will change a diaper bleery-eyed and only realize till when it’s too late that it’s blow out. Trust me, a mattress protector might raise some eyebrows at the shower, but it’s worth it. She’ll thank you later.
  5. Nursing basket. Gather supplies from our favorite products list, add some diapers, wipes and lip balm, put it in a basket, and BOOM. Perfect baby gift and mama will think of you every time she sits down to nurse.Here are some unconventional but super helpful baby gifts from a mom who knows.
  6. Nursing activity basket for toddler. A basket of coloring books, special toys and snacks is a perfect way to keep an older child happy while mama feeds the new baby.
  7. Nursing friendly dress. Take the fuss out of feeding in the public for the new mama and get her a no-fuss nursing dress or top. She’ll thank you for days.
Here are some unconventional but super helpful baby gifts from a mom who knows.

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What did you think of this list? What baby gifts would you add? What unconventional and super helpful baby gifts have you been given or have you gifted? I’d love to hear in the comments. 

More on supporting new moms and creating a community for motherhood from Lactation Link:

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Favorite Breastfeeding Products

Which nursing pad is right for me?

4 Ways family and friends can support a new mom

 

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Lacey Parr, CLEC

Best Positions for Breastfeeding Twins with TwinZ Pillows

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We loved sharing How Can I Breastfeed Twins? with you recently. We had lots of readers ask for more information on various positions for breastfeeding twins. This post will explain those positions in depth and is in partnership with Twin Z Pillow. You can use code LACLINK for a free Twin Scheduler and Travel Bag! You can also use code LACLINK for 15% off their One Z Pillow!

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing PillowsAs with any time you breastfeed–with one or two!–baby should be tucked in close to you. Their tummy should be in full contact with your body, with no gaps. This helps baby feel secure and latch deeper. Their chin should tuck into your breast as they latch. There is no perfect way to feed twins, feeding them together (in tandem) or one at a time will be helpful in various situations from day to day! With some practice, (and you’ll get lots of it! ;), you will find the positions that work best for you and your babies.

Football Hold x2

Many moms like nursing both babies at once while both are in the football hold. Using the Twin Z Pillow brings babies up to breast on each side and even has back support for mom. Once babies are latched, you can relax into the pillow and ease your shoulders.

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

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Laidback x2

Reclining to nurse in the Biological Nursing position with twins has the same benefits it does when nursing one baby. This position can allow babies to latch on and stay latched on a bit easier. Babies who have trouble getting a deep latch often find that using this position helps! Laying babies tummy to tummy with you and leaning into the cushions behind you will make this a relaxing position. Having a cushion on each side to support your elbows might be helpful as well.

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

Cradle hold + football hold

Placing one baby in the cradle hold and the other in the football hold is another effective way to nurse both babies at once. Again, pillows on each side might be helpful. You can also lean back into the cushions behind you in this position as well once baby are latched.

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

Football Hold 

Your babies may not feed on the same schedule or pattern every day and that’s normal. Feeding one at a time can be a great opportunity to spend one-on-one time with each child.

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

Cradle Hold x2 

Holding both babies in the cradle hold, as their legs cross in your lap is another efficient way to tandem feed. This can be used for newborns as well as older babies. As your babies get older, your positioning will adjust to their needs and bodies. Their nursing sessions may be shorter and they may not want to lie down to nurse anymore. Learn more about nursing as your baby gets older at our post, How Breastfeeding Can Change as Baby Gets Older. These shorter nursing sessions can look any way that you and your babies need them to!

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

Cradle Hold

Feeding one baby at a time in the cradle hold allows you to free up one hand. It also allows the other baby to explore or get into mischief ;).

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

Breastfeeding twins can seem complicated at first, but with some support and a bit of trial and error, you can find the right positions that work for you and your twins. I hope these images and explanations have helped you better visualize how you will breastfeed your babies. You moms of multiples are strong and can do amazing things. The Twin Z Pillow is a great tool for feeding your twins and we are here for you anytime you have questions or want to troubleshoot positioning or latch. Our IBCLC team covers a wide geographic area for in-person consults and are available online through a secure video chat, eConsults, for those outside of our area. For more tips and encouragement for breastfeeding twins, read our post, How can I breastfeed twins? To prepare to breastfeed ANY number of babies, we recommend our Breastfeeding Video Bundle which will take you from prenatal planning, first latch, first solids and weaning.   Remember to use ou can use code LACLINK for a free Twin Scheduler and Travel Bag! You can also use code LACLINK for 15% off their One Z Pillow! Do you have any other questions on positioning while breastfeeding twins? What positions worked the best for you? Share in the comments.

Best positions for breastfeeding twins with Lactation Link and Twin Z Nursing Pillows

Thanks for stopping by,

Lindsey Shipley, RN, IBCLC

Nursing Bra Q&A with Bravado Designs

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Hi mamas, I’m Lindsey Shipley, RN, IBCLC, mom of 2 and the creator/founder of Lactation Link, and I’m here today to talk about the best nursing bras! Enjoy!

The best nursing bras are the one that feel the most comfortable for you. Bravado Designs has several kinds of nursing bras that....

We have compiled our readers’ top nursing bra questions and are answering them today! We are thrilled to have Bravado Designs sponsoring this post.

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“Why do I need a nursing bra?”

  • A nursing bra can make nursing more convenient as it unclips from below the shoulder for breast access. Some moms use conventional bras for nursing but often find that their bras become stretched out. Some moms also like using a conventional bra that clips in the front while nursing. While this often does the trick, it leaves the non-nursing side unsupported. The best nursing bras like the Bravado Body Silk Seamless Nursing Bra give moms an easy and convenient way to nurse.

“How many nursing bras do I need?”

  • Many moms like to have 2-3 bras to switch out with throughout the week. I also recommend getting a nursing cami as well. Nursing camis have helped moms nurse in public discreetly by pulling up your shirt without showing any tummy. The Body Silk Seamless Nursing Cami is perfect for this.

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“What are the best nursing bras?”

“How do I get the right size nursing bra?”

  • With chest size changing so much during pregnancy and directly after birth, many moms find it difficult to know which bra size would work best. I usually recommend to moms that they purchase a sleep nursing bra or nursing cami (often more soft and forgiving in size) for the first couple of weeks. Then, when they feel their size has regulated, purchasing a nursing bra like the Bravado Original. If the sleep bra encourages you to stay in more to cuddle your wee newborn, then my job is complete! 😉
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“Do I need a pumping bra too?”

  • If you plan on pumping multiple times throughout the day, having a pumping routine that is convenient and mess-free will make your pumping sessions much easier! Check out Bravado’s nursing bra accessory Clip & Pump, it attaches to any nursing bra or nursing cami.

Your nursing bra questions answered! via lactationlink.comThe Clip & Pump Nursing Bra Accessory pulls over your nursing bra to make pumping easier! After unclipping your nursing bra, you clip in the nursing bra accessory and start your pump! You can also see the video for a great illustration.

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This is a great opportunity to pump hands-free so you can work (or eat!) while you pump . This also allows you to incorporate hands-on pumping, which can increase your pumping output.

“How do I stay comfortable wearing a bra 24/7?”

  • I could have written this question! I’m not a big fan of underwire and have thrown out many uncomfortable bras! I have found that nursing bras/tanks are necessary to keep nursing pads in place. Thankfully, nursing bras are often more comfortable and forgiving in fabric than conventional bras. Nursing camis are also another great option for the bra-averse. And who says a comfortable sleep nursing bra can only be worn for sleeping?

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“Do nursing bras help or hurt engorgement/clogged ducts?”

  • Any bra with underwire is not recommended while dealing with clogged ducts or engorgement. Listen to your body, if your bra feels restrictive, try a different size or go without for a time. Most of the time, a well-fitting bra will not affect clogged ducts or engorgement. Engorgement often happens in the first few days and I recommend a comfy sleep nursing bra or nursing cami for this time. They are the least restrictive and will give your growing breasts support without discomfort. Luckily, the Bravado Body Silk Seamless Nursing Bra is one of the best nursing bras and gives excellent support without wires!

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“How do I clean my nursing bra w/o wearing out the fabric?”

  • Most bras are best washed by hand or on the delicate cycle. Hang drying your bra will lengthen the life of the bra.  Probably the best thing you can do for it is not washing it every day (unless soiled).  You can get around that by wearing nursing pads. Switch out your nursing pads often and you save your bra from extra washings!

I hope this post has helped answer your nursing bra questions! Comment below if you have anymore. Share this post if you found it helpful!

Thanks for stopping by,

Lindsey Shipley, RN, IBCLC

Sweet Dreams with Owlet Smart Sock 2

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Our friends at Owlet have launched a new product — the Smart Sock 2!  One of the most frequently asked questions I get in my breastfeeding classes is, “How can I get more sleep?!”  Any Mom with a newborn is going to be short on restful sleep – this new tiny human depends on you for everything.  I remember the first few days with my newborn I was so exhausted but couldn’t really sleep even when they were asleep because I was worried about them.  “Is he breathing?”  “Oh no, it’s been too long let me check on him, etc, etc.”    It took so much work to get my baby here, I couldn’t let my guard down now!  In comes Owlet Care.

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The Owlet Smart Sock 2 uses pulse oximetry technology to track your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels while they sleep.  If their levels go higher or lower than the preset zones, you are designed to be notified via the owlet base and the app on your phone.  As a nurse, I know all about pulse oximetry as I’ve used it frequently to monitor my patients.  Owlet is using clinically proven technology to give parents peace of mind that baby is doing great when they are asleep.  

Here’s what’s new about Owlet’s updated product the Smart Sock 2.  

  1. Design – the smart sock 2 is better fitting, goes on either foot, is hypoallergenic, and designed to grow with baby. The updated fabric sock makes it easier and more intuitive to place the sensor in the right spot for the best readings.
  2. Better Range – the upgraded bluetooth capability has greater range at up to 100 feet between the smart sock and the base.
  3. Mobile App – see baby’s oxygen levels in real-time and with push notifications.  The smart sock is also compatible with ‘Connected Care’ (coming this summer!) to allow you to see sleeping trends and historical data of any notifications.  

Since parents choose lots of different sleeping arrangements for them and baby, it’s tough to find a product that is useful for all of them.  The owlet is great for parents who sleep with their infant in the same room or across the hall!  You can learn more about the Owlet Smart Sock 2 here and order one today.  For a limited time, you can get a free pair of infant crib moccasins with your purchase!

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Lindsey Shipley, RN, IBCLC

Photography in this post by Jessica Kettle

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Which nursing pad is right for me?

By | Breastfeeding, Breastfeeding support, breastfeeding tips, Recommended Products

Hi mamas! I’m Lacey Parr, a lactation educator and mom of 3. I’m here on the blog today to talk about how to find the perfect nursing pad for you!

One of the most useful tools for breastfeeding is a good nursing pad! Especially in the first few weeks or months, many moms will leak breastmilk. So it’s nice to have something there that will catch the leaks before they come through your clothes and some nursing pads even help prevents leaks! In this post, we have partnered our favorites to help you save when you need to stock up and we will go over the pros and cons of each so you can find one that works best for you. We love sharing products with you that we have used and loved ourselves!

Which nursing pad is right for me?Disposable nursing pads

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In the first few days and weeks, most moms will leak quite a bit and will need to change pads out often to prevent things like thrush. This is when a disposable nursing pad comes in handy. You will be amazed at how much liquid these babies can hold! Remember to change your pads out each feeding or anytime you notice any wetness on your skin. Bamboobies have great disposable nursing pads because you can forget the guilt over more trash because these are made from eco-friendly and sustainable bamboo. The inner layers are also antibacterial and antimicrobial. Use code LLINK20 on their site for 20% off your entire order at Bamboobies. If you want to deal with less packaging and waste after the first few weeks, a reusable nursing pad might be right for you.

Reusable silicone pads

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If you’ve ever been a nursing mom in a public place without a pad, you understand that direct pressure can sometimes prevent a let down. Lily padz are reusable silicone nursing pads that apply gentle pressure on your breast to prevent leaks from starting. They also cling to your skin, without being sticky, so there is no losing them in the folds of your clothes. Some moms find that their leaks accumulate in the pad and they have to carefully remove them to prevent a big spill. And after some time and regular use, the surface that adheres to the skin will wear and will become less tacky. Just be sure to properly use and care for them so they will last as long as possible. But they are super nice because they cling to your skin and you can wear them without a bra. (Yay for braless days!) One study even showed that mothers using Lilypadz had fewer cases of mastitis and thrush. Score! Use code LLINK to save 15% on your Lilypadz order.

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Reusable cloth pads

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The most common type of nursing pads that moms use are reusable cloth. Bamboobies cloth nursing pads are also made out of bamboo and are super light and soft while still being absorbent. Their overnight pads are helpful for overnight and the times of big leaks like the first few weeks. But their regular pads are perfect for day-to-day use. Just remember to change them out as soon as they feel wet on your skin. I keep an extra set in my nursing basket and diaper bag. You can use code LLINK20 for 20% off your Bamboobies order.

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For more tips on breast and nipple care products, check out our favorite products post and our post on how to care for engorgement.

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Friday Favs – Plum Pretty Sugar Robes

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Today we’ve rounded up our favorite Nursing Friendly Robes and PJ’s from Plum Pretty Sugar

Robes and loose fitting button-up pajamas are great for nursing mamas. Not only do they allow for quick access to the breast, but they also make having skin-to-skin time easier. Soft, loose robes and pajamas are also great for tender nipples and engorged breasts.  Think of these beautiful and functional pieces when you’re packing your hospital bag!

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Favorite Breastfeeding Products

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This month we have been talking about the many aspects of our support system as breastfeeding moms. Our partners, mothers, family and friends all play important roles. And at times just as important are the things that help us breastfeed! We want to share our favorite breastfeeding products that make this special time a bit easier.

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  1. Bamboobies. Simply the best breast pads. They are super soft and absorbent without being bulky in your bra. Their regular pads are perfect for everyday. The overnight pads are not only great for nighttime but the first several weeks when moms are likely to be pretty leaky. Save 20% when you use the code LLINK20.
  2. A simple and comfy robe–A robe is the perfect way to keep you warm while baby spends time skin to skin with you on your chest.
  3. Wellmom coconut oil nipple balm. Unlike other nipple creams, this one is non-greasy and vegan. Apply after each feeding to soothe, protect and heal your nipples. Use code LLINK for 15% off at Upspring Baby.
  4. Simple Wishes nursing bras. The super mom bra not only clips down for nursing, but it can also hold a pump in place hands-free. And bonus–you can save 20% when you use the code LLINK on their website.
  5. Petunia Picklebottom Parkway Tote. Any mom knows that a good bag can really make or break your day out with kids! We love Petunia Picklebottom’s Parkway Tote that can be used as a diaper bag or pump bag. And it’s cute enough to use later on as well!
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Holiday Gift Guide

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If you need some ideas for yourself or your family, these are some of our favorite items from some of our favorite brands this season. Happy shopping!

Holiday gift guide for the home family, including super cute ideas for moms, dads, babies, and toddlers.Moms

  1. Ivy City Co: Breastfeeding Friendly Easy Wrap Dress. Use code LLINK for 15% off! 
  2. Ergobaby Original in linen
  3. Pink Blush Maternity
  4. Hydroflask
  5. Blanqi Leggings
  6. Arvo watch
  7. Coco + Kiwi Diaper Bag
  8. Tote Savvy
  9. Everly B crew tee

Dads

  1. Vybe socks Use code LLVYBE15 for 15% off!
  2. Carhartt watchcap
  3. Classic Stanley bottle
  4. Dad is Fat by Jim Gaffigan
  5. Stance socks

Baby

  1. Bloomies handmade
  2. Little Sapling Toys
  3. Little Luxe shop (shirt 1, shirt 2Use code LLINK for 10% off!

Toddler

  1. Tnees Tepees
  2. Purllamb dino hoodie Use code for LLINK FOR 25% off!
  3. Milo+Gabby penguin backpack Use code fun12days for 10% off!
  4. Stitched Custom Quilts Use code LACTATIONLINK for 20% off!

What’s on your wish list this year? Share in the comments.

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how to get a free breast pump through your insurance

How to get a free breast pump from your insurance

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Hi mamas! We are often asked for advice on the best breast pump and pump accessories so we are excited to share this post with you today! We want all moms to feel like they can meet their breastfeeding goals and many times pumping can help with that! There are lots of reasons women choose to express and save their breastmilk – some are returning to work, some are dealing with unexpected complications or prematurity, others are just preparing for some mother-baby separation time.  Whatever the reason, we are here to help!  Expressing breastmilk through a combination of hand expression and using a breast pump can help maintain a good milk supply even mom and baby are separated.

The easiest way to get a free breast pump! Most moms don't know that you can get a free breast pump from...

As a labor and delivery RN and lactation specialist I know Moms have a lot of questions when it comes to pumping — “When should I start?”  “What’s the best time to pump?”  “What if I get more milk out of one side than the other?”  “How long is the milk good for?”  And so many more!  I answer all of these questions in my Pumping and Storing Breastmilk video class.  It’s a blueprint for how to maximize your milk output with each session and also how to safety store, thaw, and deliver breastmilk to your infant.  After you’ve taken that class, it’s a great idea to get your breast pump ordered.  Many companies allow you to order your pump as soon as your second trimester.  Below is an easy guide to getting your free breast pump through insurance.

dsc_0764Through the Affordable Care Act, breastfeeding supplies are covered by most insurance plans.  So, in most cases, you can get a double electric breastpump from your insurance for free! Even though it’s covered, some women don’t know they have that benefit or how to order it. We’ve done the homework for you so check out the steps below on how to get your free pump from your insurance!

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Follow these steps to get a breastpump from your insurance…

  1. Visit 1Natural Way.  They’ve made the process super simple and have a wide selection of really great pumping accessories.
  2. Fill out their qualification form. Have your insurance card ready so you can upload a picture of it after filling out the form.
  3. 1Natural Way will determine your eligibility–meaning, they will find out if your insurance works with them. They will also determine if your insurance requires a co-pay for your pump (most don’t).
  4. You will then receive an email where you can select your breast pump style options – including an option to add on the Petunia Pickle Bottom pump bag.
  5. 1Natural Way will obtain a prescription for the pump on your behalf. This is another great thing about 1Natural Way, they will obtain the prescription for you!
  6. The pump ships to your door!

Easy-peasy! Check with your insurance about when you can order your pump, but most moms order their breast pump at the beginning of their third trimester.

We are super excited to show you the Medela Pump ‘n Style with the Petunia Pickle Bottom pump bag because it is so cute and helpful for pumping moms! When you order your pump from 1Natural Way, you can also order this Petunia Pickle Bottom pump bag at the same time.

Or if you already have a pump, but are drooling over this bag like us, you can just order the pump bag.

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Make sure you have my free ‘Top Ten Tips for Breastfeeding Success’ to help you reach your goals.

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