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When to Buy Nursing Bras

You’re checking off your pre-baby to-do list right and left, using your last few weeks and months before your baby arrives to ensure everything is in place. It’s smart to prepare because life is turned upside down for awhile when you bring home a new baby. As your body naturally and instinctively prepares for breastfeeding, you may wonder when to buy nursing bras. That’s a great question and nursing bras are definitely an item you should include on your must-have list before baby arrives.

When to Buy Nursing BrasBuying nursing bras is an exciting milestone during pregnancy. You’re committing to making the healthiest first food choice for your baby – breast milk. And you’re being wise by planning ahead and wanting to wear a bra that will make nursing easier for both you and your baby.

The truth is, your body may tell you when to buy nursing bras before you actually think of it yourself. Your breasts are constantly evolving throughout pregnancy to prepare for breastfeeding, and with that come size and sensitivity changes too. As soon as you feel discomfort in your current bras – whether that is 3 weeks into pregnancy or in your third trimester – you should buy nursing bras.

Although you may not be sure of your ultimate size, you can purchase nursing bras during pregnancy that you can wear from maternity to nursing. The best option to maximize functionality is to select styles that are stretchy, comfortable and supportive. This type of nursing bra will expand with fluctuations in your breast size throughout pregnancy, as your milk comes in and once your milk settles, and it will continue to be supportive enough to accommodate your growing breasts. This may be the first time you’ve had large breasts in your life, or you may know the feeling all-too-well. Either way, support will be the key to your comfort.

Additionally, breasts can be particularly sensitive during pregnancy and nipples are sometimes sore as you and your baby navigate breastfeeding for the first few weeks. Nursing bras made of soft, natural fabrics are especially important during these times of sensitivity. Even if your breast size doesn’t change, you’ll know when to buy nursing bras if your breasts are feeling uncomfortable due to the fabric of your regular bras.

If you’re one of the lucky few whose breasts did not enlarge or become more sensitive during pregnancy, you’ll want to ensure you buy nursing bras towards the beginning of your third trimester so you’re prepared for breastfeeding right away when your baby arrives. Be sure to pack them in your hospital bag because nursing as soon as possible after birth helps stimulate milk supply and leads to a more successful breastfeeding journey, among other benefits for both you and your baby.

Keep up the great work you’re doing by preparing for your baby during pregnancy, including thinking about what you’ll need for breastfeeding. Knowing when to buy nursing bras will help with your planning and ensure you’re comfortable, supported and ready for your baby’s arrival.

Molded Seamless Wirefree Nursing Bra – The Bra You’ve Been Missing

You know that trusted bra that gives you a great shape every time you wear it? Sure, you know the one – it usually gets worn more than any of the others because it looks amazing under everything and keeps you supported in all the right places. Yes, that’s the one! If you miss that pre-baby bra then our Molded Seamless Wirefree Nursing Bra is just what you need. It has all the fabulous features of that go-to pre-baby bra but with the convenience and functionality of a nursing bra.

Molded Seamless Wirefree Nursing Bra – The Bra You’ve Been Missing

Our Molded Seamless Wirefree Nursing Bra has everything a sophisticated woman and mom needs. With smooth, slightly padded, molded cups, it keeps your silhouette sleek and defined under everything from power suits, to structured tops to t-shirts.  You may feel the design is simple, but the seamless cups create a crisp look without bumps, lumps or fuss. Even with nursing pads, this bra lays flat and smooth.

Depending on your comfort level, you may find wirefree bras to be the best for your body. If you think wirefree bras cannot be supportive, think again! Our Molded Seamless Wirefree Nursing Bra contours and cradles your breasts beautifully for wonderful support. The band also lifts your breasts and the adjustable straps help you find a comfortable, supported fit every day.

Simplistically elegant, our Molded Seamless Wirefree Nursing Bra is a fantastic addition to a new mom’s wardrobe, especially as you emerge into the world again. Some things about you will change when you become a mother but some things will always remain the same. When it comes to your favorite bra, you deserve to get exactly what you want and had before your baby, now with accessibility for breastfeeding.

Here’s what other moms are saying about our Molded Seamless Wirefree Nursing Bra:

PERFECT nursing bra! This bra is AMAZING. It’s thick enough that it hides your nursing pad outline, its supportive enough that it actually gives your poor chest some shape, there is no underwire so it’s incredibly comfortable, it’s not drab or too “sexy”, and it fits true to size. Buy one in every color! I’ll never buy another nursing bra again and that’s a fact.” by Eva on Amazon

Absolutely love this nursing bra!!! The bra has no underwire which makes it extremely comfortable. It also provides good support and gives good shape to your chest. Love it in both nude and black. Great bra to wear when returning to work!” by Kendra Johnson

the best…This is the best nursing bra I’ve bought, hands down. I’ve been nursing for a year and other bras wore out quickly. This one washes well, keeps its shape, and is comfortable. Looks great under shirts too. I would buy again.” by renee on Amazon

Non Candy Halloween Treats

non candy Halloween treatsHalloween is certainly one of the most fun family holidays, but it is far from the healthiest. Trick-or-treating usually means your kids end up with gobs of candy. Over-indulging leads to unhealthy eating habits in a society that is already plagued with obesity. Beyond weight gain, candy adds no nutrient value to your kids’ diet and the excess sugar can cause behavioral and dental issues. A piece of candy now and then is probably OK, but many parents feel a bucket full is a bit excessive.

Rather than giving out only candy this year, consider offering non candy Halloween treats for your trick-or-treaters. If your family isn’t fully sold on the idea, you can hand out one small piece of candy or a healthier food alternative (such as raisins, popcorn, fruit or crackers) with one non-candy Halloween treat.

Here are some fun ideas for non candy Halloween treats:

School and Craft Supplies
Halloween-themed school and craft supplies are a good choice because the items are useful and keep kids entertained. Items like pencils, erasers, notepads and bookmarks can be used at school or home. Arts and crafts items such as stickers, stamps, crayons, Play-doh, coloring books or a grab-bag of art supplies to make a unique creation are all creative ways to engage kids in the holiday.

Dress-up Stuff

Halloween is largely about costumes, after all, so contribute to the cause by offering dress-up stuff. You can give out bracelets and necklaces, either store-bought or beaded designs from your own kids. Face masks, hats, pirate patches, wands, fake teeth, silly glasses and other costume pieces will be a big hit as non candy Halloween treats too.

Toys & Games

There are many small, inexpensive toys you can purchase for your trick-or-treaters at discount stores or by buying bulk online. Slinkies, water guns, chalk, bouncy balls, bubbles, balloons, finger puppets, whistles, yo-yos, silly puddy, figurines and keychains are a few items to get you started.

Other Items

Still looking for more creative ideas? How about a bath kit with a cute bar of soap, rubber duck and a few color changing bath tablets? Lip balm and other makeup would be appealing for some kids. A Halloween cup with a fun straw, a small bucket for chachkies or a miniature pumpkin are other alternatives to consider.

More Fun

Make this Halloween memorable for your trick-or-treaters by setting up an obstacle course in your yard that the kids have to go through before ringing your doorbell. It all adds to the experience without contributing to the unnecessary sugar rush.

The possibilities are endless for non candy Halloween treats.  If you have extra, ask your kids to trade in some candy for the leftover non candy Halloween treats. That way your efforts won’t only serve your neighbors, but also your own family. Happy Halloween!

What You Should Know about D-MER

What You Should Know about D-MERBreastfeeding stirs up a range of emotions, often due to hormonal shifts constantly taking place in a new mom’s body. Many new moms experience joyful feelings of bliss and bonding as they nourish their babies naturally, but this is not the case for everyone. Some moms have quite the opposite response due to a chemical change occurring in their bodies. The condition is called D-MER or Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex. Today we’re explaining what you should know about D-MER.

At first glance you may confuse D-MER with postpartum depression, breastfeeding aversion or some other psychological problem, however that is not the case. D-MER is a condition that causes new mothers to feel negative emotions right before and during milk ejection. While typically the feelings last only a few minutes, the emotions can be extreme and interfere with breastfeeding bonding and the desire to breastfeed.

Research shows that the neurotransmitter dopamine is responsible for this type of dysphoria. Dopamine helps release prolactin that is required to release milk during breastfeeding. Dopamine levels drop in order to trigger prolactin during a feeding and then rise as milk is released. For mothers who suffer from D-MER, the severe change in dopamine is believed to cause the emotional response.

Mothers can experience D-MER mildly, moderately or severely. Emotions range from feeling sad, depressed, anxious, angry, hopeless, lonely, or irritable. Because D-MER is a brain chemical response, mothers cannot prevent or control it. It’s also important to understand the D-MER is physiological, not psychological.

Some new moms only experience D-MER while nursing, but others with more severe cases have it during pumping sessions and spontaneous letdowns too. It can even happen multiple times during feedings as mothers typically have several letdowns during one breastfeeding.

It’s hard to tell how frequent D-MER occurs because most new moms are unaware of the condition and confuse it with many other feelings that arise in new motherhood including lactation issues, postpartum depression, exhaustion and being overwhelmed.  This can then lead them to stop breastfeeding. Lactation consultants and OBGYNs want mothers to know that moms with D-MER are not alone and it is not cause to stop breastfeeding. Seeking support from other moms with D-MER or consulting your physician for treatment are the best first steps if you feel you are suffering from the condition.

Sources:, KellyMom and NY Magazine

The Maternity Support Leggings Every New Mom Needs

Ask any veteran mom which piece in her maternity wardrobe was the most essential and she’ll probably tell you maternity leggings. Versatile and comfortable, maternity leggings are hailed as a must-have for the modern mom-to-be. However, things just got a lot better in the world of maternity leggings. We’re breaking the mold by patenting a new design of Maternity Support Leggings that are so unbelievably comfortable and supportive, moms everywhere will want a pair. They’re just that extraordinary!

The Maternity Support Leggings Every New Mom Needs

All maternity support leggings have a little stretch, make room for your bump and are hopefully comfortable. But nowadays that just makes them average. Our Maternity Support Leggings are icing the cake and putting the cherry on top too because we’re taking every feature of the average maternity legging and making it incredible.

Let’s start with the material. Our super soft cotton blend is dreamy on your sensitive pregnancy skin. Your legs will love slipping into them and your hands won’t get enough of running up and down the smooth fabric. With just the right dab of spandex, our Maternity Support Leggings contour to your body without restricting your movement or feeling too tight.

Beyond feeling amazing to the touch, our Maternity Support Leggings are just what the name says – Supportive! From top-to-bottom, front, sides and back, these pants offer 360 degrees of support. Our patented built-in maternity support band covers your bump, cradling your developing baby with extra support beneath your belly and extending to the top of your belly. As it wraps around your sides and back, the support zones ease pain and help gently disperse the weight of your bump to sit more comfortably across your midsection. Plus they smooth your back and sides for a flattering maternity look.

When it comes to style, our Maternity Support Leggings can’t be beat. Great for every maternity look, our leggings are extremely versatile for day and night wear. Casual daytime maternity attire has never been more stylish when paired with a cute maternity top, blazer and boots. Hitting up a prenatal yoga class or walking the neighborhood with mom friends is super comfortable in our leggings and a maternity workout top. Or get your last few date nights in for awhile strutting a high fashion look in our leggings, pumps and a snazzy blouse. Need support and comfort overnight? Look no further than our leggings. Our Maternity Support Leggings are so fabulous, you could wear them around the clock!

Between the luxurious cotton blend fabric, ultimate support band and a sleek design, our new Maternity Support Leggings are exactly the support and comfort every mom-to-be needs. Don’t waste time or money on average maternity leggings. Get the right pair, the best pair, right here at Leading Lady. Trust us, you’ll be so glad you did.

Birthing, Breastfeeding and Your Baby’s Gut – Part 2

We’re back for Part 2 of our exploration of birthing, breastfeeding and your baby’s gut. As we discussed earlier this week, the body contains trillions of bacteria that make up the microbiome. While some of the microbiota can be harmful, the majority actually protects baby from pathogens as part of his emerging immune defenses. Babies have nearly no flora upon birth but can be immediately protected during vaginal delivery by being colonized in their mother’s bacteria. The next step to developing a strong microbiome (and therefore gut and immune system) is breastfeeding.

For the first months of a baby’s life his small intestines is considered “open” because there are wide spaces between cells that can allow molecules to pass through. When these molecules are the amazing nutrients of breast milk, that’s a good thing. But when pathogens are able to permeate through the intestines into the bloodstream, that’s not good at all.

Birthing, Breastfeeding and Your Baby’s Gut – Part 2The very first breast milk a new mom expresses is colostrum. This thick, grainy substance coats the gut and provides necessary antibodies to combat foreign substances that may be introduced into the body through the cell openings in the intestines. This is incredibly beneficial during the early stage of a baby’s little-to-no self-sufficient immune system.

Furthermore, breastfeeding creates a better baseline for the creation of a healthy microbiome throughout a baby’s lifetime. Breast milk causes a lower gut pH and therefore more acidity, which is ideal for reducing risk of serious diseases not only in the short term when the immune system is “virgin,” but also for the long-term health of the child.  The substances that lower pH helps prevent harmful bacteria from growing, and another element in breast milk creates short chain fatty acids that promote good bacterial growth. Recent studies regarding the microbiome suggests that diseases and conditions such as obesity, diabetes, allergies and chronic GI issues are linked to a strong microbiome, possibly beginning from birth. It also may be connected to heart disease and other inflammatory conditions.

Up until age three, the gut continues to diversify and accumulate a range of healthy flora. Diet significantly contributes to the microbiome. Breastfeeding is the perfect first food because it introduces vital lactic acid to the gut. The makeup of the gut begins to change as babies start to eat solids; however breastfeeding as long as possible and wholesome diet from the get-go can continue to help babies cultivate strong disease-fighting, immune-boosting microbiota.

Vaginal births and breastfeeding are two of the most natural ways to populate your baby’s microbiome with healthy flora that will strengthen his immune system for a lifetime.

Sources: Healthline, The Alpha Parent, Medical News Today and Health-E-Learning


Birthing, Breastfeeding and Your Baby’s Gut – Part 1

Birthing, Breastfeeding and Your Baby’s Gut – Part 1The benefits of breastfeeding are massive on every level of human existence – physically, mentally, emotionally, environmentally, financially, nutritiously, globally. The list is virtually endless. One of the major benefits of breastfeeding that is often only addressed at a surface level is the gastrointestinal tract, which is highly connected to your baby’s immune system. This week we’re diving deep into your baby’s tiny tummy to discuss birthing, breastfeeding and your baby’s gut.

Gut Basics

The microbiome refers to the trillions of flora that reside in and on the human body, many of which are in the gastrointestinal system. There are over 1000 species and 7,000 strains of bacteria found in the gut. This microbiota is generally not harmful, and many of them are actually helpful. The good flora helps combat pathogens and is an essential part of the immune system.

Probiotics are agents that help develop good flora in the body. Antibiotics, while helpful in fighting infections, kill off both good and bad microbiota. This is why avoiding antibiotics as much as possible in infancy and early childhood is recommended. Young bodies need to build-up microbiota to help them fight off foreign attacks throughout their lives. Populating the microbiome is especially crucial in the first three years of life, which is why birthing and breastfeeding are so important to your baby’s gut.

In the Beginnning

In the womb a baby’s gastrointestinal system is virtually sterile. Neither good nor bad bacteria grow during gestation. Baby’s immune system is also incredibly immature at birth. Mothers release small amounts of antibodies late in pregnancy to help protect newborns, but otherwise the baby has had no means of strengthening GI flora or the immune system until he is born.  This is why a baby’s gastrointestinal system is sometimes called the “virgin gut” or “immunonaive gut.”

The Birthing Process

Immediately upon birth, a baby is introduced to bacteria. During vaginal delivery baby is colonized with his mother’s bacteria making vaginal birth an incredible first measure of protecting him. In addition to genetics, these microbes that coat the baby come from a variety of environmental factors that surround the mother, from the air she breathes and the food she eats, to personal care products she uses or anything else that she comes into contact with. Not only does it contribute to immune defense, it also helps babies digest their mother’s milk. In fact, as childbirth draws closer, a mom-to-be will develop more bacteria in her vagina to increase these benefits for her baby.

Stay tuned for Part 2 of our series on birthing, breastfeeding and your baby’s gut later this week when we’ll explore how breastfeeding supports your baby’s gut in extraordinary ways.

Sources: Healthline, The Alpha Parent, Medical News Today and Health-E-Learning

5 Easy DIY Baby Halloween Costumes

5 Easy DIY Baby Halloween CostumesShort on time and not into spending gobs of money on a baby Halloween costume your little one will wear exactly once? You’ve come to the right place! We have fun, simple and adorable DIY baby Halloween costumes to share with you today.

Charlie Brown

This classic character is fantastic, especially if your baby is a baldie. Simply take a yellow shirt or onesie and add a zig-zag stripe across the belly with black painters tape. Pair with black shorts or pants to complete the outfit. If you’re inclined, paint a curly hair strand on the top of your baby’s head. Grab a snoopy stuffed animal and you’ve got your very own Charlie Brown.


A baby ghost costume is an incredibly easy idea that takes about 5 minutes to make. There are several ways to go. One way is to add eyes to a white onesie using paint, markers or gluing googly eyes to it. Pair with white shorts, pants or a plain diaper cover and you’ve got a little ghost. For a frillier version, use a white tutu and add the eyes to the center. Pull the skirt up under the armpits for a chic girly ghost.


Create a miniature Mario (from the Mario Brothers video game) using items you can probably find in your baby’s wardrobe. Pair a red shirt with blue jean overalls. Using felt, cut out big yellow buttons and secure them to the overall clasps. Print a large “M” from your computer, cut it out in a circle and paste it to a red baby baseball cap. You can even draw a mustache on your baby to finish off this authentic video game character.


This is an easy one for the baby girls. Cut a green stem and leaves from fabric – felt works nicely. Secure it to a onesie using hot glue or another form of fabric adhesive. Dress your baby in a flower hat or use a big bow with lots of loops and ties. Don’t have either? Make one with tissue paper and pipe cleaners. She’ll be the beautiful and bright centerpiece of your Halloween celebration.

No. 2 Pencil

This brilliant idea is right “on point.” Select a solid yellow outfit for your baby. Write “No. 2 Pencil” down the front of the shirt. Add a pink baby hat as the eraser and you’re leaded up for the big holiday.

When it comes to DIY baby Halloween costumes, it doesn’t get easier than these! We hope your Halloween is filled with lots of fun for you and your baby with these baby Halloween costumes!

The Cutest Cotton Nursing Cami from Bump to Baby

When so much is changing in your life – during pregnancy and when bringing home a new baby – looking and feeling great is comforting to your body, confidence and psyche. In our adorable Maternity to Nursing Seamless Cotton Cami, you’ll get the feel good lift you need inside and out during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

The Cutest Cotton Nursing Cami from Bump to Baby

One of the smartest wardrobe decisions you can make when you’re expecting is purchasing bras and camis that transition from maternity to nursing. This means they’ll be stretchy enough to wear over your bump and have easy access for nursing once your baby arrives. Our Maternity to Nursing Seamless Cotton Cami is versatile enough for both special periods of your life, and offers so much more.

The first thing you’ll notice when you get your new cami is the absolutely incredible cotton fabric with a touch of spandex. Soft, breathable, stretchy materials are essential for maternity and breastfeeding to keep you comfortable and to grow with your body. During pregnancy, your breasts and baby bump will continue to expand. Our Maternity to Nursing Seamless Cotton Cami will keep up with your changing body. The stretchy midsection will sit comfortably on your bump and the scalloped bottom hem offers a polished, fitted finish. As your belly shrinks after giving birth, this cami supports and gently smoothes your tummy lines.

Our Seamless Cotton Cami has the same great benefits for your breasts too. The cotton/spandex blend helps cradle sensitive breasts during pregnancy and in the early nursing days. It will also stretch with your breasts to accommodate the ebb and flow of your milk supply. This flexibility is essential as breasts can change considerably, even daily.

The inner bra sling offers ample support as breasts grow and become heavier throughout pregnancy and nursing, while not being too restrictive. The double layer top section offers modesty and easily hides nursing pads to avoid leaks. Adjustable straps ensure a great fit every day.

Styling our Maternity to Nursing Seamless Cotton Cami is easy breezy! This adorable and flattering cami can be worn alone on warmer days or under shirts, sweaters, and dresses as a layering piece for cooler weather. Layering your wardrobe with a nursing cami with easy one-handed clasps helps ensure you’re always ready for a feeding. And when baby is happy and mama looks good, all is right with the world.

We hope you enjoy our Maternity to Nursing Seamless Cotton Cami as your favorite top from your bump days through your breastfeeding days. It’s the smartest wardrobe decision you can make this season.

What to do in a Car Crash when you’re Pregnant

It’s scary to think about the possibility of being in a car crash when you are pregnant. While the fear of a crash is not something that should cause major anxiety during your pregnancy, it is important to know what to do in the event that it happens. Here’s what the experts say:

Whether you’re going down the street or across the country, when you’re traveling in the car you should always wear a seat belt. This is never more important than when you are pregnant. Some expectant moms have the misconception that seat belts are potentially harmful to the baby during a car accident. In actuality, they are helpful and should be worn at all times in a moving car.

Should you get into a car accident during pregnancy, no matter how big or small, you should always be examined. Depending on how you are feeling and the severity of the crash, you may be able to go see your healthcare provider or you may opt for the emergency room. Either way, it is vital to be seen as soon as possible since some complications caused by a blow to your abdomen would not be noticeable. Also, don’t dismiss abdominal injuries early in pregnancy just because you are not yet showing. An accident is cause for an exam at any point during pregnancy.

Some moms-to-be wear pregnancy bracelets that list vital information and their due date. In the event of an emergency if you cannot communicate, doctors will have critical details that could help save you and your baby’s life. This is especially helpful if you or your baby have complications during pregnancy, such as gestational diabetes or preeclampsia.

The good news is that your uterus is built to protect your baby so hopefully the impact of a car crash is not severe enough to cause major damage. During a more forceful crash, however, placental abruption can occur, which is when the placenta detaches from the uterus affecting your baby’s blood supply. You may not have any symptoms of placental abruption or you may experience pain or hemorrhaging. This condition can lead to premature birth or miscarriage. Again, this is why it’s essential that you are examined after a car crash during pregnancy.

Once you are otherwise stable, your medical team will probably do an ultrasound and pelvic exam. The ultrasound should show a placental abruption if it has occurred and will help determine the status of your baby. Doctors will look for a strong heartbeat and other signs of a healthy baby based on his developmental age. You and your baby may be monitored in the hospital for awhile to ensure your conditions are stable.

When you are released, you should notify your physician if you experience pain, vaginal bleeding or other leakage, contractions or if your baby’s movement slows. Signs of trauma could be delayed and should be reported immediately. Be sure to tell your doctor about the car accident.

Fear of a car accident should not overwhelm you during pregnancy. However, knowing what to do in a car crash when you’re pregnant is important. Drive safe, mamas!

Sources: BabyCenter and The Bump

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