19 responses

  1. Aimee
    January 4, 2016

    Still nursing my 14 month old and I would LOVE to try this. Since you kept mentioning the expense can you share some specific prices? Wondering if it’s feasible or just a total budget-buster for us.

    • Meghann
      January 4, 2016

      It ranged from $35-$65 for the shirts and $65-$89 for the dresses. Like I said, very pricey but the quality is definitely there.

      • Callie
        January 4, 2016

        I was about to ask the same thing. I LOOOOOVE the dresses you bought! Tempting, very tempting…

  2. Kelli @ Hungry Hobby
    January 4, 2016

    You made great choices! Glad you found some stuff you really liked. I’m not gonna lie, I didn’t even know that’s how nursing clothing worked…. clearly I have not experienced it yet! I find to stitchfix to be moderately pricy even though I set it to the lowest price point, was this more or less expensive?
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    • Meghann
      January 4, 2016

      I’d say these were a little higher than Stitch Fix but I think the quality is better

  3. Ash Diamond
    January 4, 2016

    This is a brilliant company and idea. I’m actually surprised that StitchFix hasn’t added something like this to keep their subscribers.
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  4. Jenn
    January 4, 2016

    Sorry if this is a dumb question, but are those zipper pull/dangly things on the shirts removable tags or part of the shirt?

  5. Sana
    January 4, 2016

    what an awesome concept!!
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  6. Katie D.
    January 4, 2016

    I am nursed and pumped exclusively for a year and still am rocking pre-bed nursing (or more often when my 18 month old is sick) and I honestly never wore nursing specific clothes. I wore all regular tops with a nursing bra and cami underneath. I would lift up my top, unclasp my bra, pull down my bra/cami and nurse! I think the dresses would have been nice to have (there is really no good way to nurse/pump in a conventional dress), if I ever wore a dress, I made sure I could change into something nursing friendly before the next feeding!

  7. Kelly
    January 4, 2016

    This is such a genius idea! Thank you so much for sharing. I’m going to check it out right now! I have struggled to find nursing/pumping friendly attire and especially miss wearing dresses!
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  8. Morgan @ Morgan Manages Mommyhood
    January 4, 2016

    This is amazing. I never bought any nursing clothes because i felt they were all pretty matronly and not cute at all, but these are adorable! I nursed my son for 17 months until I had to stop due to my second pregnancy, and I basically just subsisted off of layering a shirt over a shelf cami that I could push down. I cannot wait to try this service out!!
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  9. Elizabeth
    January 4, 2016

    I love that navy dress, it’s so gorgeous! I really wanted to try Mama’s Milk Box but, alas, they don’t deliver to Canada. Oh well, I get a year of paid maternity leave so I call it a win. My heart seriously goes out to you and every other mom who has to go back this early, I can’t even imagine how difficult it is for you moms (because I firmly believe the babes are just fine in daycare/with dad/whatever childcare arrangement suits each family)! Just as an FYI my new favourite online store for nursing wear is Momzelle, their stuff is mostly basics but it is so flattering, comfortable and easy to nurse in! I’m probably going to order a few more nursing dresses and the shirt that shares the same name as my daughter. I highly recommend them (and no, I don’t work for them just love their clothes). They are a Canadian company but I believe they ship to the states as well! The weight of the fabrics is fairly heavy (very flattering and cozy) but you might want to stay away from long sleeves which may be too hot down in Florida.

  10. Sarah @ Seriously Lovely
    January 4, 2016

    I will be making a note to check out this service after my baby arrives–I love the idea of the nursing dresses in particular!
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  11. Erin @ LivingEZ
    January 4, 2016

    Thanks for sharing this service!! I will definitely keep it in mind if we have a second. I only nursed for six months but I absolutely hated all of my nursing tops by the end of it. I ended up with a lot of blah v-necks and wrap dresses but I love all of the hidden flaps on these pieces. I should have but the bullet and splurged on nicer nursing clothes like you are!
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  12. Dannie
    January 4, 2016

    I’ve actually found that nursing tips are more of a pain in the ass than not. They’re expensive and fussy and usually pretty frumpy, so I’ve stopped birth wring with them. I’m back in my pre-pregnancy clothes and having no problem nursing and pumping if I have a cover (Covered Goods is awesome because it’s a full cover!) and a regular camo underneath my tops. No problem at all and I feel way more comfortable/confident in my normal clothes. No need for nursing-specific stuff! I encourage you to try your old clothes, you might be surprised by how versatile a lot of it is!

    • Dannie
      January 4, 2016

      Tops not tips! Ha!

  13. Dannie
    January 4, 2016

    Good lord, I keep finding typos/auto corrects! Can you tell I’m typing while nursing my baby in a wrap while cooking supper and browsing blogs?? Lol

  14. Melissa
    January 5, 2016

    I wish I’d known about them when I was nursing! Next time! 😉 I love that black and pink dress, so cute on you!
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  15. jill
    May 11, 2016

    hey meghann,
    i hope you are still enjoying your new wardrobe. have you gotten anything else from mama’s milk box? also, would you be willing to share what brands these shirts and dresses are? thanks!

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