Monthly Archives: May 2018

Introducing new nursing covers at Milk Nursingwear

May 31, 2018

Brand new nursing covers from Bébé au Lait have arrived! We now carry muslin nursing covers — the lightest and most breathable breastfeeding covers available. Made of premium, 100% open-weave cotton muslin, they’re perfect for hot summer days or for moms and babies who get warm easily.

Features:

  • Ultra-soft & breathable
  • Patented Rigiflex™ neckline for ventilation and eye contact
  • Adjustable neck strap
  • One size fits all: approx. 36” wide by 30” long
  • Pre-washed (some shrinking may occur) & machine washable

Check out the Isla (shown in the photo) and Sorrento muslin cotton prints. We have also restocked our traditional cotton prints — including Tribeca, Acapulco & Calypso.

Our nursing covers make a wonderful gift. Shop Milk Nursingwear for the latest trends in nursing tops, nursing dresses, nursing nightgowns, and all nursing accessories.

 

 

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Memorial Day

May 24, 2018

This Memorial Day, we recognize the men and women who serve and have served our country, as well as their families. Thank you for your sacrifices to enable us to live in freedom and peace.

Summer is around the corner. Now is the time to complete a nursing wardrobe to beat the heat. Save with discounts up to 35% off during Milk Nursingwear’s Memorial Day sale now through May 30th.

 

 

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Happy Mother’s Day

May 10, 2018

We love this time of year and the opportunity to honor our mothers, grandmothers, and YOU on Mother’s Day.

Our gift to you is 15% off everything in our store — all nursing tops, nursing dresses, nursing nightgowns and accessories. Simply enter coupon code LOVEMOM at checkout. Now through Monday, May 14th, 2018.

We hope you enjoy your special day with your loved ones.

Happy Mother’s Day from the Milk Nursingwear Team!

 

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6 signs your baby might be hungry

May 3, 2018

Did you know that crying is actually a late hunger cue from your baby?

All babies are born with the ability to know if they are hungry or full. Learn to listen and notice your baby’s cues to ensure she is getting the nutrition she needs to be healthy.

By responding to her cues it will teach her to only eat when she’s hungry — not just because it’s that time. It also lets her know you are there to keep her safe.

  1. Bringing her hands up to her face
  2. Rooting
  3. Making sucking motions and noises
  4. Sucking on her fingers or putting her fist in her mouth
  5. Flexing her hands, arms and/or legs
  6. Breathing fast

Follow these cues, and you’ll discover her natural schedule.

via Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

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