Did you or do you breastfeed?
My biggest issue from the beginning has been trying to remember which side and when I last feed B. Even in the hospital when I was suppose to be writing that information down.
Once home I had hubby buy me a present. Milk Bands. “. . . are a uniquely designed nursing bracelet that enables the mother to quickly and conveniently identify which breast she last used to feed her baby by simply turning the bracelet inside-out!” (Taken from their website.)
I fell in love soon after I recieved it. It doesn’t stand out and scream that I am a nursing mother. I have had only person comment on it and it was my sister-in-law. She knew what it was, and that I was nursing already, and asked if I found it helped any. YES it does.
I love the rasied “RIGHT” and indented “LEFT” for night feedings as my eyes don’t focus too well at night. I don’t usually use the time feed during the night as my little one usually only wakes a few times through the night.
I can’t wait to buy one for my sister-in-law and a friend, both of whom are expecting this September.