As you know, I love sharing my #ootds and the best deals on x, y, or z, but today I want to share something that I find super useful as a new mom.
Not that clothing isn’t useful. It is. It covers our bday suits, but you know what I mean, right? 🙂
Anyway, NursElet is a brand for breastfeeding moms + babies. They came up with a handy little product that works as a bracelet and as a way to hold up your shirt as you feed your little one. Check out all the different styles!
The bracelet/shirt holder can also serve as a reminder to feed that little one. Wolfie hasn’t needed a reminder lately because I can assure you… he’ll tell me when he’s hungry, but I could see how it would be a helpful reminder to a mom of a newborn.
I could also see this being used by a mom who’s using formula because it would be a handy way to keep a shirt up while doing skin-on-skin time.
I wear a lot of fuzzy sweaters in the winter or long shirts and I can’t tell you how difficult it is (without the NursElet) to keep those chunky sweaters out of Wolfgang’s face while I feed him. Not only are the sweaters in his little face annoying for him, but they’re also scary for me because I can’t always tell if he is getting enough air.
If you are breastfeeding, going to have a baby, or know that you’ll be going to a baby shower sometime soon, you’ll want to grab a few of these because they are something every new mom needs but doesn’t know it yet. It’s like one of those nose sucker contraptions for babies… you didn’t know what you were missing until you tried it! Seriously.
NursElet also has nursing scarves that make conspicuous feedings a lot easier, adorable unisex polkadot crib sheet + changing cover, burp cloths, headbands, and swaddles. In addition, they’ll soon have cute hats on their site like the one pictured here on Wolfgang.
I love the little tie top of the hat!
One last note about this brand. They are made in the SF bay area in Cali. I appreciate that these products are made in the USA!
Let me know if you have any questions and I can send them on to NursElet.
This post is brought to you by NursElet, but as always all opinions are my own. The “bracelet” really is a lifesaver!