A great place to find the latest breastfeeding products is to visit a baby expo or to talk to other breastfeeding mothers you know about what's worked for them. Whether it is these five best breastfeeding accessories or tricks of the breastfeeding trade, developing a circle of support can make all the difference in your success with nursing your bundle of joy!
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Breastfeeding may be natural, but for many new moms it sure doesn't come naturally. Your baby may easily latch on and start nursing away, but if not, it doesn't mean breastfeeding is a no-go. It might just mean you need a little help. Find a or a lactation consultant in your area, and then check out these genius breastfeeding accessories, which may help you work through your feeding challenges.
Unless you’re Blue Ivy, chances are you’ve had to live on a tight budget at some point in your life (those student loans won’t pay themselves, am I right?). Having a baby usually means adjusting your finances in a major way to cover new expenses like medical bills, diapers, formula or breastfeeding accessories—all those fun, grown-up things. That’s not to say your kid is gonna bankrupt you, but if you have some experience pinching pennies, you’ll definitely be ready to handle your new spending limits.