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From the very start, I knew I was going to have to use a nipple shield while I nursed. You see, I have an inverted nipple. Which means I have a problem.
Enter the nipple shield! Boom! Problem solved, right?
One thing about breastfeeding I can say for certain is that it requires a ton of accessories!!! Seriously, I feel like breastfeeding has overtaken my home!
Not only are there are lot of things that you need to breastfeed (pump and accessories, nursing pads, Boppy, nipple cream, maybe a nipple shield, a shell or Hakka to catch let downs… and the list goes on) but those things can get kinda pricey!
One accessories for breastfeeding that I wanted but didn’t want to spend money on was a pumping bra- to make pumping hands free!
Well, instead of purchasing one, I decided to make one myself! In case you’re like me, and want to pump hands free, here’s how to do it without spending a dime!
The breastfeeding conundrum continues in my household… Since I’m not making enough milk at the moment, I have two priorities with feedings: make sure she gets enough food and make sure to stimulate everything enough so my body starts making enough milk.
Well, the breastfeeding conundrum continues in my household. Baby Girl is only 11 days old, and we’ve already been to the doctor 4 times to try to get everything figured out. Our main concern right now? That she gains weight.
You may have noticed that one of the essential elements of my blog (so much so it’s in my blog site name) is “minimalist.” I’ve already talked a little bit about my newfound momahood and fully intend to dedicate countless more blog posts to this wonderfully exciting aspect of my life. But, today I want to talk a little about the “minimalist” part of my life.