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Hands free pumping bra? I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 24889 posts
10th Jun '13

Anyone use one and if so, where did you get it from? I'll be going back to work full time when LO is 5-6 weeks old and I'll need to pump while I am at work, but I'll be trying to pump and eat in 15 minutes so it'd be helpful to have something like this so I don't have to keep my hands on my pump and try to eat too. Help!!

Leah+2 2 kids; Texas 5797 posts
11th Jun '13

Most maternity stores have them as well as babies r us I'm sure. Or you might be able to buy one through whatever company made your pump.

I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 24889 posts
11th Jun '13
Quoting Leah+1.5:" Most maternity stores have them as well as babies r us I'm sure. Or you might be able to buy one through whatever company made your pump."

I'll check Motherhood Maternity next time I am up at the mall. Thanks so much :) Trying to avoid shipping costs and I'd like to try it on before buying if I can.

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11670 posts
11th Jun '13

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00295MQLU/ref=redir_mdp_mobile/189-7894564-5276660

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20545 posts
11th Jun '13

I've heard of people getting a tight sports bra and cutting holes in it for a "hands free pump". I've never tried it though, lol. It is hard to double pump and eat, lol.

I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 24889 posts
11th Jun '13
Quoting Colt's mommy:" I've heard of people getting a tight sports bra and cutting holes in it for a "hands free pump". I've never tried it though, lol. It is hard to double pump and eat, lol."

Yes, I did that with a regular thin bra last time, BUT I am going to be working this time so the thought of changing bras just to pump seems annoying. I am in hopes of finding something with a flap to keep the same bra or something ha