Mom Blog

Comfort and Foundation Found!

Comfort and Foundation Found!

Introducing the new Foundation All-in-One Nursing and Pumping Bra – the bra that can do it all. The bra made for busy, multi-tasking, nursing and pumping mamas. We are here for you! All of you amazing mamas are doing a great job with your babies, and we encourage you to keep up the fantastic work. We come from a family of breastfeeding moms, so we’ve been there, we know the challenges, and we work every day to give you more solutions to breastfeed and pump with ease, convenience and style. Therefore, we are proud to introduce you to our new...

Read more
Just Say No to Sore Nipples!

Just Say No to Sore Nipples!

There are so many benefits to breastfeeding, but sore, chaffed, bruised, and cracked nipples aren’t among them. If you’re like many new moms, your nipples may be taking a beating, but don’t worry – we’re here to help with seven of our best nipple care basics to prevent and treat sore nipples, like: Lock that latch in! Healthline.com hit the nipple on the head when they said “Remember, they call it breastfeeding, not nipple feeding.” Your baby should be sucking on most of your areola, not just the nipple, and be sure to break the suction seal before pulling baby...

Read more
Balancing Baby, Family, Work, and Self

Balancing Baby, Family, Work, and Self

New moms have a lot going on. Caring for an infant is a full-time job, but not the only job most of us have. Between breastfeeding, sports events, homework, chores, work, marriage, and, oh yeah, ourselves, parenting a newborn can feel like a juggling act – with most of the balls on the floor. But how to balance, when everything feels important? Check out these six, simple tips for bringing balance to your life, then take a deep breath, and remember that you can do this! Before you get out of bed in the morning, take a minute to think...

Read more
5 Tips & Tricks for Breastfeeding While Traveling, Including TSA Dos and Don'ts

5 Tips & Tricks for Breastfeeding While Traveling, Including TSA Dos and Don'ts

Just because you’re breastfeeding doesn’t mean you’re home-bound! No matter your comfort level with breastfeeding in public, there are all kinds of ways to feed your kiddo on the go. Just in time for holiday travel, we’ve pulled together some of our best tips and tricks for breastfeeding on the go, including one from world traveler and breastfeeding mama Jana of the hit blog One Love Our Love. Dress for Success. Pick a top with an access panel or button-down front so your baby can easily access your breast without having to take your shirt off and a choose a...

Read more
Post Self Exam and Overwhelmed Mommy Q&A

Post Self Exam and Overwhelmed Mommy Q&A

Feeling Overwhelmed? You’re not alone! Meet The Overwhelmed Mommy – a top blogger and Instagram superstar whose gorgeous pix and helpful tips will make you feel a little bit less alone on this journey! Q. How many kids do you have? A. I’ve got two – Ava Sue is three years old and her little brother Franky is 6 months. Q.How long have you been breastfeeding and why did you choose to do so? A. I breastfed Ava for two years and I’m currently still breastfeeding Franky. I choose to breastfeed for the convenience, health (for me and the babies!),...

Read more
Mom Self Care and Jenn M Tips

Mom Self Care and Jenn M Tips

You Take Care, Now . . . 5 of Our Favorite New Mom Self-Care Tips AND Advice from a Breastfeeding Superstar! They say it’s the hardest job you’ll ever love and that’s the truth. Being a new mom is one of the most rewarding experiences in the world, but it’s also a lot of work! And giving our all to these helpless little humans sometimes leaves us feeling a little lost. Since you can’t pour from an empty cup, the moms at Simple Wishes are sharing some of their favorite self-care tips for new moms, like: Count to five! Find...

Read more