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Sleep well nursing mommy

It’s not always so easy to be a nursing mommy in the middle of the night. Hardly able to open my eyes and hearing the little one crying for milk. However, I do the job EVERY NIGHT and to be honest, I absolutely love it. Such a satisfaction to give my baby the best start!

NOTE: To all the moms that don’t breastfeed their baby; this post is not written to judge you. Every one does what she thinks is best and not every one has the option to breastfeed. <3 <3 <3

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Sleep well nursing mommy

So what do you need while being a nursing mommy in the middle of the night? Maybe you’re wearing an old t-shirt because breast number one is leaking while breast number two is providing your little one with healthy milk. Or another solution would be to put a towel under your pyjama, so that you could remove the wet towel and start sleeping again after nursing your baby?
What I also tried is to wear a nursing bra in the night and use my nursing pads. But that’s not that comfy and my breast would sometimes start to hurt while their filled up with milk. So what would be best? Stop breastfeeding my baby? No way!

I had the possibility to try out a nursing pyjama from Boob Design. So easy to open right where the boobs are! The nursing pads can be placed in the ‘pocket’ where the pyjama is tight to my breasts, but still very comfortable. You absolutely don’t feel the pyjama being tight around the breasts. So yes, problem solved! No milky wet bed anymore. No milky wet t-shirt or pyjama anymore. Wet towels are the passed and yes to a good night sleep while being a nursing mommy.

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Some nursing mommy tips & tricks

  • Try to feed your baby while laying down in the bed, I sometimes even fall asleep while feeding our little son. Waking up with one boob still popped out haha!
  • When your baby is sleeping in a co-sleeper, like our little Mason, it’s easy to feed the baby, since you don’t have to leave the bed. A co-sleeper is a little bed made for enfants that is stuck to your own bed but has one side open.
  • Change the diaper in bed on a towel, have the diapers ready and use a small light of your phone, after changing the diaper, it’s easy to feed a little bit more, so that the little one falls asleep quickly. Don’t take the baby out of the bed or use big lights. It will be a happy party in the middle of the night in that case.
  • Don’t talk a lot to your little one, give the baby less attention than during the day. Just a good night kiss and “slaap lekker” (“sleep well”) will do the job. He or she will understand that it’s not the time to play and wake up.
  • Always have lots of water next to your bed. I drink at least 800 ml per night. I am very thirsty in the night. When I hear Mason swallowing my milk, I get even more thirsty. Water is my favorite friend at the moment. Some moms need something small to eat as well. A muesli bar or something healthy and quick can help you sleep and not staying awake of hunger.
  • Be a team! I ask my husband to do Masons diaper too, sometimes even at the same time while I’m nursing him. It’s a great support and it’s easier to keep up being a nursing mommy while you have a supporting partner.
  • Buy a pyjama from Boob Design, it’s worth it!

Do you have any tips and tricks for a nursing mommy?

What do you think of my new pyjama?

– Sabine

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  • Reply
    nicole orriens
    30 August 2017 at 08:41

    I always nursed my baby in my own bed. It allowed me to to continue sleeping. Kind of.

    Your pj’s are great.

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    30 August 2017 at 08:56

    I didn’t know that this excisted! looks really great! Love your pj’s!

  • Reply
    30 August 2017 at 08:57

    Oooh ik ben eerlijk gezegd blij dat ik die tijd voorbij ben en terug kan genieten van een goede nachtrust 🙂

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    30 August 2017 at 09:52

    Dat is echt een pyjama voor een moeder, wat is dat handig zeg, ik wist niet eens dat het bestaat, en het maakt oom niet uit wat jij aan trekt alles staat jou perfect ?

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    Mieke | mieksmknd
    30 August 2017 at 10:01

    Handig, wist niet dat het bestond. Leuke pyjama, ik heb verder geen tips

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    30 August 2017 at 10:13

    Je ziet er helemaal niets van bij die pyjama! En het ziet er ook nog leuk uit. 🙂

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    30 August 2017 at 10:33

    Had ik maar geweten van deze pyjama destijds! Ik had ook altijd hydrofiele doeken die het lekken moest opvangen, maar dit is natuurlijk veel mooier :).

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    30 August 2017 at 10:51

    Wat een handige (en leuke) pyjama. Ik gaf zelf geen borstvoeding, maar gaf de nachtflesjes wel altijd op bed. Terwijl manlief lekker lag te snurken haha.

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    Anne-Wil Kraan
    30 August 2017 at 11:12

    een hele mooi pyjama. zelf heb ik er geen ervaring mee ik studeer nog

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    Konyinsola Daramola
    30 August 2017 at 11:19

    Not yet a mother but i have learnt something new today. Good post

    Konyinsola |

  • Reply
    30 August 2017 at 11:23

    These are great tips! Thank you! I’m currently pregnant with my first and hope to breast feed when he arrives!
    Much love, Caitylis x x

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    30 August 2017 at 12:36

    Zo handig die pyjama. Dat ze daar niet eerder opgekomen waren.

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    Karoliina Kazi
    30 August 2017 at 13:04

    Wow, I didn’t even know clothing like that exists.. I can imagine it makes everything so much easier 🙂

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    30 August 2017 at 13:04

    Must be hard work being a nursing mummy! So much admirations for you guys!!

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    MC Kleuver
    30 August 2017 at 13:22

    Mooie pyjama! Haha. Heel erg stijlvol. Altijd fijn om in pyjama gekleed te zijn, zo lekker zacht.

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    30 August 2017 at 13:22

    Wat handig…. dit hadden ze veel eerder moeten uitvinden!

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    30 August 2017 at 13:22

    Sounds like a great pyjama when you are nursing at night! I wish I had had one back in those days

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    30 August 2017 at 13:23

    Looks great and comfy! Why wasn’t this invented before…

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    Jasmin N
    30 August 2017 at 16:31

    Your pyjama looks amazing! I’m in a desperate need for ones as well 😀 all mine will be way too large for me but now when I’m thinking about it – I love everything oversized 😀

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    30 August 2017 at 20:07

    This pyjama looks great on you! I have no more tips because I think you’re doing a great job!!

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    30 August 2017 at 21:14

    Every night… wauw, you go girl! The pyjama is cute!

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    30 August 2017 at 21:34

    I am a Mommy to be (in about 4 months). But I never heard of these PJ’s! Sounds really good.

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    31 August 2017 at 10:53

    Wonderful reading! And this pyjama is so cool and stylish! Love this color.

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    31 August 2017 at 11:26

    No idea these existed can imagine it makes breast feeding a lot easier!

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    Борка Шаула
    31 August 2017 at 12:32

    Your tips and tricks made an excellent point! Breastfeeding is great experience and lovely way to bond with your newborn. Boob design pajamas are really making breastfeeding more comfortable!
    BS, xx | http/

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    31 August 2017 at 17:47


    How have you been? It is so nice to catch up once in a while, though, I must admit, it is mostly reading your posts. Yes, I do. I am so glad that everything has been going great. It has been quite a journey for you and Mache, but it was also a lot of fun. So, good job, both of you.

    Keep smiling and you know what comes next, the world smiles with you.

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    31 August 2017 at 22:27

    It looks comfy en sounds great! I like the color

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    David Elliott
    1 September 2017 at 19:01

    While I don’t know everything I do remember that what made things easier on my ex was when we were able to work as a team. I agree that it does make things so much better when you are parenting.

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    esther perfors
    4 September 2017 at 23:54

    Mooi hoor! Was handig geweest in ‘mijn tijd’…

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