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    Default Hands-free Pumping Bra

    I am looking for a good hands-free pumping bra for a reasonable price. Does anyone have any suggestions? Is there a brand that you have had good/bad experiences with? Is there a product that you really like/hate? Thanks for any imput.

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    Default Re: Hands-free Pumping Bra

    Simple Wishes is by far my favorite. The fabric maintains it's shape (doesn't stretch or bag out) and it holds those flanges in there tight! I'm not sure if I'd say it was reasonably priced, but I found it to be worth the money. I'm on my second kid and it's held up great!

    http://www.amazon.com/Simple-Wishes-...=simple+wishes
    Blessed with DS - born 9/2/09 - nursed/pumped for 12 months
    Blessed with DD - born 3/27/12 my dreamfeeder

    903 ounces donated.
    http://www.wakemed.org/landing.cfm?id=135

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    Default Re: Hands-free Pumping Bra

    I liked pump ease. It was easy to use, cute (I don't know, I felt like if I was walked in on, it was more shirt like that bra like) and held up. If I can find mine from 3 years ago, I'll use it again, or just get another cute one for this one.
    Ellen

    Mama-surgeon;
    DS Ethan 12/16/2008
    Breast fed/pumped 11 months as a surgical resident, 80 hours a week at work
    DS Abram Daniel 12/20/2012
    Feel like we've gotten a strong start

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    Default Re: Hands-free Pumping Bra

    Agree with the PP about Simple Wishes

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    Default Re: Hands-free Pumping Bra

    I made my own out of a sports bra! I cut the holes where the nipples are too big on the first one, so the next one I cut little holes knowing now they stretch out, to fit the sheild through and hold in place. It works great!

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    Default Re: Hands-free Pumping Bra

    I used a PumpEase when EPing last year and love it!

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*gwendlynsmom View Post
    I made my own out of a sports bra! I cut the holes where the nipples are too big on the first one, so the next one I cut little holes knowing now they stretch out, to fit the sheild through and hold in place. It works great!


    KellyMom also has this: http://kellymom.com/bf/pumpingmoms/p...-free-pumping/ Works really well when you are in a pinch and can scrounge up a few hair elastics
    JoEllen married to Jason 10-29-2005.

    Mama to Logan 12-26-2007
    Breastfed for 2 years and weaned on his own terms


    Our Lincoln 6-11-2011 to 9-12-2011
    my homebirthed-water baby, who was born with a broken heart




    And our special blessing, Leonidas 9-5-2012. A toddler who loves his "boops!"

    Come visit our blog here!

    SURPRISE!!! We caught the first PP egg and are currently baking baby BOY #4! Due to arrive late-Jan/early-Feb

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