Simple Wishes Hands Free Breast Pump Bra {Giveaway}

Simple Wishes Pumping BraWhen I was breastfeeding my son I used a pump to help increase my milk production and to generate extra milk that I could store for bottle based feedings.

I remember pumping was time-consuming and I couldn’t get a lot done during that time. I usually had to do it while my son slept, giving up on precious sleep time.

Well, I really wish I knew about the Simple Wishes hands-free pumping bra back then!

Simple Wishes is an adjustable hands-free pumping bra that allows you to multitask while pumping.  It means you are free to use your hands to play with your baby, cook, clean, read, type on your computer and more. You don’t have to hold the bottles anymore.

Baby and Mom (hands free pumping)

By using the Simple Wishes hands-free breast pump bra you can safely secure the bottles and reduce milk spillage while making the pumping experience more efficient. (see photos above)  Also,  seriously,  I wish I looked that good while pumping after having my son, perhaps the extra sleep/time she is probably getting helps?  Maybe!

The Simple Wishes pumping bra is fully adjustable and convertible. It can be worn as a strapless band or in tank, racer-back, or halter style.  It can be adjusted in the back and the front zipper panel provides two inches of additional maneuverability between the breasts, making it a great choice to use from the beginning to the end of your breastfeeding experience.

I love that the bra is machine-washable and it is made of 83-percent soft cotton and 17-percent spandex.  The seams have also been designed for maximum comfort.

Simple Wishes BreastPump

Breast Pump Bra

I had a chance to see and touch the Simple Wishes bra and I really like how soft the material is and how easy it is to adjust it for a perfect fit.  I am definitively adding their bra to our must have items list for baby #2.

Buy it: ($39) Visit Simple Wishes to purchase.

Win it: One lucky US/CAN reader will win a Simple Wishes Hands Free Breast Pump Bra. Enter to win below via Rafflecopter. Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate this post. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.

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Angela V

Founder and Writer at One Smiley Monkey blog
Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

68 responses to “Simple Wishes Hands Free Breast Pump Bra {Giveaway}”

  1. I would be able to do my online college classes

  2. Fold laundry!

  3. Play with my baby!

  4. Clean house! Or put makeup on!

  5. Do the dishes, or maybe even just read a book or catch up on Facebook.

  6. Clean the house, fold laundry or just simply relax!

  7. Chase after my 4 year old and baby!

  8. Stuff diapers & check email

  9. I would love this! My son is going to have his cleft lip surgery soon.. I could use the extra hands!

  10. Fold laundry, read to the girls, play patty cake 🙂

  11. It would make it easier to keep up with my 20-month-old and keep my 2 month old happy!

  12. Not having to hold the bottles is wonderful. I have a different brand of pumping bra but it’s not adjustable.

  13. I would either stuff cloth diapers or read blogs on my computer!

  14. I would eat lunch!

  15. With the extra time, I would definitely be reading.

  16. I would do laundry, cook dinner, and chase after my 1 yr old

  17. enter contests, play with baby, read, eat…

  18. Read, emails, enter giveaways 🙂

  19. i’m a full time student, so i would use the time for homework!

  20. I would be doing my daily household chores and have more time to spend with baby =)

  21. play with the baby.

  22. Enter giveaways!Hehe.Or play with my kids, wash dishes and what ever else is within reach of my pumping station.

  23. I’d Knit! or read a book! 🙂

  24. Going back to work after about 12 weeks, so would be great for emailing, multitasking, etc. while pumping!

  25. I would check my email

  26. Work! I work from home, so it would be great o get more done.

  27. Check email!

  28. clean

  29. This win would be for my daughter in-law…..she’s going to need both hands at all times as they also have a 15 month old daughter as well as the one on the way .

  30. Probably play with the baby or read a book and relax

  31. This would be for my friend if I won… she is getting her Master’s, so this would come in handy while doing homework.

  32. Play with the little one if she was awake!

  33. I could fold laundry and diapers.

  34. I owuld do home work and laundry

  35. i would find something quiet relaxing to do because my milk only flows when im relaxed, i enjoy my computer and my iphone things i really need my hands for!

  36. do my makeup or hair 😀

  37. I would probably be at the computer 😉

  38. Relax so I can pump more!

  39. Fold laundry or do some online things! (contests, facebook, emails)

  40. I’d use the hands free time to read.

  41. Check my emails.

  42. If I won this I would be able to blog more!

  43. Computer work time.

  44. I would do my work. This would be great to take when going back to work. I could use my phone and the computer… Maybe not see clients though. LOL

  45. Probably email:)

  46. i would get some house cleaning done! or maybe even take some down time and a read a book!

  47. I would be reading or playing on the computer.

  48. Pack school lunches

  49. I think my significant other would read.

  50. Play bejewelled!!

  51. Catch up on emails!

  52. WOW!!! This is so cool. Great for busy mom!!!

  53. I would use the time to play with my daughter! She no longer stays calm doing nothing, now she wants more action!

  54. Play with my little ones.

  55. WORK ON THE COMPUTER

  56. I would use it to free up my hands to play with my baby boy 🙂

  57. I would use the time to play with my baby boy while he’s awake and housework and computer time while he’s asleep.

  58. I would use the extra time to Enter contests for free stuff.

  59. I would play with my daughter and my newborn.

  60. I would check my email and do work on the computer.

  61. Oh yes yes yes please please please.. I work full time at home with my business.. this would be SOOOOOOOOOOOOO helpful..

  62. I would absolutely LOVE to give this a try! I have a physical disability that requires me to use my hands to get help brace myself when I’m walking around so that already makes it super difficult to enjoy time with my little one normally but add trying to pump in to that equation!? Forget about it! Impossible for me to pump if there isn’t anyone around to watch babe. This would make life sooooooooo much easier for a disabled mama – not only could I pump when alone with my babe, but, I could also play with him at the same time! It would be like winning the lotto – I would actually win more time with my favourite person in the whole world and any more time spent with my baby boy is worth it’s weight in gold 🙂
    Thank you for the giveaway! Crossing fingers and toes that we win!!

  63. Take a nap! Sleep is a rare commodity and every extra minute helps.

  64. read emails or a magazine

  65. Get some work done!!

  66. I would catch up on e-mails and other things on the computer.

  67. def coulda used this when my youngest was a baby.

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