January 30, 2015

Giveaway: Breastfeeding On The Go

Having all the right equipment when you breastfeeding is very important for success. This becomes especially true when you are pumping your milk for storage. If you have to pump milk so that you can return to work, you will have to pump at regular intervals throughout the day to insure that you keep you milk supply up. This can be a time consuming process, so you really want to be sure that you have a streamlined method to make the most of it. One of the best ways to do that is to utilize a hands-free bustier so that you can multitask while you pump.  Medela has the complete line of breastfeeding needs – from pumps to nursing bras. Check out their Easy Expression Bustier.

Easy Expression™ Bustier
Model: EE Bustier

Features and Benefits

  • Gives you the freedom to do other things while pumping.
  • Easy to wear, use and wash.
  • Cotton/Spandex blend is comfortable on its own or over a nursing bra or camisole.
  • Machine wash, tumble dry.
  • Available in white or black.
  • Halter style also available.

Here’s What I Think

I was very happy to find that the sizing was spot on. Often times you can run into sizing issues when you are nursing because you have no way of knowing just how much you will grow. You can use the Medela Bra Size Calculator and the Bustier Size Chart to find your best size. I wore the bustier on its own and found it to be very comfortable soft fabric that did not bind or dig into my skin. I really liked being about to relieve my engorgement and still comfortably hold my baby, or read my book or do a number of other tasks. It is great to not feel tied down to one spot while pumping. I was also pleased with how well it washed. It did not shrink or distort in shape at all with a normal washing.

Enter to Win

One Busy Mommy Media reader will receive a Medela Easy Expression™ Bustier.

To enter, comment on this post and give us your best breastfeeding advice.

This giveaway is open to the U.S. only and will end on  July 20, 2011

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About Pamela

Pamela is the mom of three growing boys and one little girl. She has been a stay-at-home mom for the last seven years. Pamela has been working as a freelance writer for three years. Eventually,Pamela plans to get back to personal training, with which she plans to focus on fitness for moms. Pamela has a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology, with an emphasis on Exercise Science, and a minor in Psychology. Her enthusiasm for the health of her family has lead her to expand her knowledge of fitness, nutrition and other health issues that most families face. Pamela hopes her contributions to Busy Mommy Media will be educational, and maybe a little bit fun, too. For more of Pamela's thoughts on Motherhood in general, please visit her personal blog at http://www.outnumberedmama.com


  1. my best advice is that breastfeeding gets much easier after the first few weeks!

  2. best advice- i love using a nursing cover rather than a blanket when out in public because my little guy loves to grab and yank whatever it is i’m using to try to cover up!

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  11. My best advice is to stay with it! Breastfeeding is hard,especially if you are working or a college student full time, but it is worth it! And nurse for as long as possible, it’s the best thing you can do for your baby.

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  17. Anna Pry says:

    have supportive people available to help you and don’t give up, AnnaTiffany@yahoo.com

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    Drink plenty of fluids :)

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  20. Laura L. says:

    My best breastfeeding advice is not to take advice from me — since I’m pregnant with our first! I’ll have to read all the comments to get advice from others, since this is all so new to me.

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    My best advice is to seek council from breastfeeding experts.

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