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Milk Bar New Zealand Single Electric Breast Pump: Portable Single System Pump

Milk Bar New Zealand (Single Electric) Breast Pump: A Review Most portable single pump system Disclosure: This pump was received in exchange for my honest opinion. As always, I give my honest opinion and I do not recommend products that I don’t love myself. See the disclosure policy for more details. Or why I disclose here. The Milk Bar New Zealand Single Electric Breast Pump is a very portable electric pump that comes with a rechargable battery. With a light up display, letdown mode, and the ability to increase suction, this pump is fairly user-friendly and easy to use as Read More

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MAMMA Baby Care Double Electric Breast Pump: An Affordable Double Electric Pump

MAMMA Baby Care (Double Electric) Breast Pump: A Review Most Affordable Double Pump Disclosure: This pump was received in exchange for my honest opinion. As always, I give my honest opinion and I do not recommend products that I don’t love myself. See the disclosure policy for more details. Or why I disclose here. The MAMMA breast pump may just look like another pump, but the affordability factor for this double electric pump is a big bonus! With a timer and individual pump engines, this pump makes double pumping a bit more affordable for everyone. MAMMA even offers their very Read More

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Breastfeeding& Expressing: A What You Need Guide

Mummy Confession: I have breastfed (and mixed fed) my three children, but the first run through was excruciating. Disclosure: I am not affiliated with, sponsored by, or compensated for my recommendations of brands here. These are my honest experiences and opinions. However, I am an affiliate with Amazon and some of the links below are affiliate links. This just means that I receive comissions for qualifying purchases. See  my disclosure policy for further details. “If you’re doing it right, it won’t hurt.” It’s not always true, you know. My babe had a “perfect latch” as commented by every midwife who Read More

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Starting Solids: A What You Need Guide

  Mummy Confession: I have a love/hate relationship with introducing solids. I love this adventure, because it means my little bitty baby is growing well. I hate a little bit that it spoils bub’s somewhat “easy” fix for sustenance. (Solids don’t replace milk or formula, but are an addition.) In the beginning, there is no menu to plan, no food to buy or prepare, dishes to wash (besides bottles and the like) and no disgust for the food I cook. When babes are little they get what they get, and they don’t complain. It’s adorable to watch them immerse themselves in Read More