Compare the Ameda Purely Yours vs. Medela Pump in Style, two popular breast pumps, looking at price, efficiency, portability, and more.
Archives for June 2012
About Tuga Sunwear Tuga Sunwear is a company that makes clothing specifically geared to protect the skin from the sun. According to their website: For our sun protection clothing we use fabrics that are made specifically, both through the knitting and dying process, to meet the 50+ UPF standards of blocking 97.5% of UVRead More
It’s funny. A couple of months ago, I was seriously considering switching to pumping full time because I thought it would be easier. Now that I’m having to pump for daycare bottles every day, I’m finding that pumping is a lot more work and much harder to maintain. For starters, there’s the fact that everyRead More
The Eddie Bauer Baby Collection Giveaway Event hosted by the Iowa-Mom and Bay Area Mommy is now open to bloggers! Cost is $2 or free with announcement post. See bloggers wanted details and signup form for more details.
Welcome to the Back to Work Giveaway! Now that I’m wrapping up my maternity leave and heading back to work, I thought I’d share some products that are helping me adjust to being a full-time working mama. I’m giving away a 3-pack of 4 oz. Playtex Nursers (retail $12.29), a box of Medela QuickRead More
About Medela Quick Clean Breastpump & Accessory Wipes These portable wipes can be used to clean breastpump and accompanying accessories and parts when you’re on the go. They are unscented and alcohol- and bleach-free and come 24 wipes to a pack. You can find out more about Medela’s Breastpump Wipes here. My Experience with MedelaRead More
Each week, I follow the Breastfeeding Blog Hop hosted by The Slacker Mom. I love the idea of this, where each week moms talk about a different topic related to their experiences breastfeeding. This is my first week participating, but I really loved the topic this week: breastfeeding advocacy. Below, I’ve shared my opinions onRead More
About Medela Quick Clean™ Microsteam Bags These bags can be used to quickly disinfect microwave-friendly breast pump parts and bottles. Just add a couple of ounces of water and drop in whatever you need sterilized, put it in the microwave for ~3 minutes, and your pump parts and bottles are ready to go. EachRead More