Whether you are breastfeeding, bottle-feeding, or both, our mission is to make the 24/7 job of nourishing your newborn a whole lot easier!
The typical newborn has a stomach the size of your thumb, will nurse at least 10 to 12 times a day, and each feeding is about 20 minutes on each breast!
That's a lot of breastfeeding, and bottle feeding!
How amazing is it to be able to be breastfeeding your newborn in a variety of nursing positions safely and comfortably in our baby carrier, while also being hands-free and able to move about.
- Straddle to the left...
- Cradle to the right...
- Stand, sit, kick-back and recline.
We got you, mama!
After nursing, return your newborn to the Safe Baby Position in the carrier, and gently pat your newborn's back in an upright position.
This upright position is great for newborns who have 'reflux' and may be all your baby needs.
Recent research is questioning if burping after breastfeeding is even necessary!
It's probably not the newborn carrier.
Held skin-to-skin newborns will 'root' instinctively and fuss until they get what they need.
This is nature’s way of making sure newborns get the nourishment they need to thrive.
Anticipating and responding by offering time at the breast, a bottle, or pacifier won't 'spoil' your baby.
Their world is you!
Babies study their mother's faces intently from day one, memorizing every nuance, encouraging social and emotional development, and of course, love.
The newborn’s brain is stimulated by skin-to-skin contact to 'root', nurse, and 'attach' (another word for love).
What miracles we are!
Breastfeeding or Bottle feeding your baby in your Nesting Days is like having an extra pair of hands while also having skin time.