Are you a nursing Mom? What are your thoughts on Nursing shirts? Love them? Hate them? Have you tried them?I have tried a lot.
When Q was born, I had purchased about 10 different nursing tops, both at local maternity stores, and across the border as well. Out of the 10, I found maybe 1 that I was able to use comfortably. The others proved to me more work than they needed to be, not to mention making my chest look lumpy, or the openings stretching out.
I have never been shy about nursing in public, but do like to keep it discreet. I ended up using a nursing cover after tossing 90% of my nursing shirts aside. While I found that it was a nice option, it was hot in the summer, and Q was not a fan of being covered up.
Finally, I found Momzelle! I wish I had looked into their nursing tops right from the start. Momzelle Nursing Wear is made from 100% organic cotton (92 % Cotton, 8 % Spandex), and are incredibly comfortable. They are designed to flatter the postpartum figure, and are made to fit longer through the body. I am 5’8 and a plus size mom, these tops fit better than any other’s I have owned.
Nursing is very discreet and simple, you just need to lift the flap. I have had people come up to me not even knowing that I was nursing. I love wearing them when we are on family outings, and when we are in big group settings.
If you are in the market for nursing tops, I would recommend to try these. I don’t think you will be dissapointed. In my opinion, these are a ‘Must Have’ for any nursing mom!