Nesting to Nursing

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Just like your belly, your breasts will change from pregnancy to motherhood. When you’ve reached the point where your pre-pregnancy bras start to dig or won’t clasp, it’s time to look for new options. Look for styles that are soft, seamless, and supportive.

During the months and weeks before and after baby arrives you’ll likely be spending more time at home nesting. A few key pieces are key to helping you transition from pregnancy to motherhood in comfort.

Here are four must-haves for your changing body:

1. Drop Cup Nursing Bra & Cami – A seamless drop cup bra with easy fall away clasps adjusts to your changing shape. Flattering, smooth, and secure neckline make this a must have for all day wear. Camis are great options for moms who prefer a little more coverage if breastfeeding outside of the home.
2. Crossover Bra & Cami – Just the right amount of support for evening nursing and enough for day time lounging, our Crossover styles have easy pull away cups for skin-to-skin contact with baby.
3. Sleep Bra – You’ll be able to rest easy in this seamless and unbelievably soft sleep bra. Perfect for nighttime nursing whether you want to pull it down or lift it up.
4. Loungewear – The Lounge Pant is cut from ultra soft modal fabric so you can nest in comfort. Pair it with a nursing cami and the Cozy Wrap which can double as a nursing cover once baby arrives.

Comfortable, functional pieces like these must-haves will make it easy to transition through all of your body’s changes from early pregnancy through breastfeeding.

Post written by the team at Ingrid & Isabel

DISCLAIMER:  This blog post was written by a paid sponsor for the Pregnancy Awareness Month (PAM) Campaign 2014 – Ingrid & Isabel, and edited by Team PAM.  The opinions expressed by Ingrid & Isabel, and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of PAM or any employee thereof. PAM is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by Ingrid & Isabel.  Always consult with your medical provider regarding any personal health questions or decisions (including nutrition, diet, and exercise).

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