Milk Bands Review & Giveaway!

If you are a nursing mom (take notes if you are planning to be) you’ll know what I mean when I say that I never remembered which side I nursed on until it was too late and one boob was bigger and more painful than the other one. It seems very silly to forget something like that but trust me it happens! When you are tired and sleep deprived it is so easy to forget the smallest and dumbest things (as well as the big important ones!) In comes a super clever item I just discovered myself and I am sure it will be a stable when my son is born! Milk Bands!!!

Milk Bands are a uniquely designed nursing bracelet that help you quickly and conveniently identify which breast you last used to feed your baby by simply turning the bracelet inside-out! They have time measuring sliders that can be used for multiple purposes such as tracking how long your baby fed or what time. They work regardless of which wrist they are worn on and are so easy to use it only takes one hand.

They are available in many colors, I received the yellow one for my review and I really like it! It is a nice color and I am sure I will be wearing it a lot! It actually already is on my hospital bag.  :-P I love that it comes with the little trackers so you know what time the feeding was or what time you have to feed again, and they also give you a few more just in case if  you loose any.

You can find Milk Bands on their website and Facebook. Also, for a chance to win your own Milk Band make sure you enter the giveaway. If you can wait to get your own, you can buy one HERE. Milk bands retail for $6.95. Good Luck and thanks for reading!

Disclaimer: I received the products and/or compensation in exchange for a honest review. I only recommend products I HONESTLY liked and I try to point out what I don’t. 

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