When 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.
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.
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.
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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.