NATIONAL BREASTFEEDING MONTH

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August is National Breastfeeding Month! In 2011, the United States Breastfeeding Committee dedicated the entire month to shedding light on breastfeeding across the country. At A Pea in the Pod, we take our role in your baby journey very seriously, and for us, that doesn’t end with delivery. We know with new motherhood comes lots of changes and challenges and we want to support you through that transition by giving you options that make breastfeeding easier.

We often talk about never sacrificing style for pregnancy, and this rings true for new motherhood as well. We have been working really hard on creating fashion-forward looks with nursing functions, so that you can get back to you. With hidden features built right into our garments, our nursing styles just look like style! In other words, would you even know they were meant for pumping and breastfeeding?

This month, we created an entire style guide showcasing the nursing elements. And, we also have designer styles you love, crafted for new moms. If you weren’t aware, those maternity bras you bought from us are still there to support you, because they ARE nursing bras! The clip down or pull over features grant easier access and a smooth transition to breastfeeding or pumping. They are the ultimate multitaskers.

We want to make a social statement, so join us all month with your stories about being a new mom, crazy places you had to feed or pump, and of course tag us in your nursing looks. Use the hashtag #wouldyouevenknow on @apeainthepodmaternity throughout August! Happy National Breastfeeding Month; we can’t wait to see you in our pieces!

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