Thursday, June 30, 2016

Nursing with Harper & Bay

Dresses are my favorite... I love wearing dresses! Especially on sunny summer days! But being in the nursing stage with my new little baby boy, wearing dresses is not exactly allowed. I basically have to stick to skirts and button up shirts to ensure easy access to baby Davis's dinners! {If you know what I mean!} I always face a good nine months to a year where I must avoid dresses completely so that I can nurse my little guy. A sacrifice worth making, obviously! But guess what... it's no longer necessary!
Harper & Bay is a new company started by a mother who recognized a need in women's wear through nursing her two little ones. Harper & Bay designs dresses suitable for nursing. They are functional, versatile and on trend! I had trouble picking just one out because they are all simply darling! 
I ended up going with this pretty little white number that has a crop top with a stretchy tank underneath. You simply lift up the top and pull down the tank for easy access to baby's "dinners". You can discreetly feed your baby with ease and without the need of covers.
I love the open back detail and the pockets in the pleated skirt. This dress is made out of a quality and comfy knit that can be dressed up or down. 
Other designs have secret zippers and panels that pull open. Genius I tell ya! And it's about time! I'm really impressed with the quality of the dress and extremely grateful for the design which allows me to look cute and still fulfill my motherly duties.
Another aspect of the dress that I love is that there is no need for any kind of cover. The dress itself keeps the goods covered while discreetly feeding the baby. This allows me to have a free hand and be able to tend to my other two littles. 
What I love the most though... is that this dress is right on trend with fashion and can be used long after I'm done nursing. Hooray for that!
Nursing is such a wonderful experience that I get to share with my babies. It really is bonding and I love being there for baby Davis as I was for my other two children. Nursing is not always easy, especially when your baby is first born. It takes time to learn and it can be painful. But once you and baby find your groove it really is a blessing for both of you. It's definitely worth it!
Happy Independence Day Weekend! 


Dress: Harper & Bay
This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own! 

 
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