We survived our first few weeks together as a family of four. Having my mom here the first two weeks to help with H and BabyGirl made it that much easier. Then my sister and brother-in-law came out for a week, giving both kids tons of attention and love. But now we are on our own. My husband has already gone on one business trip to Asia and has another one to the Middle East next week. I cant say it has been easy, but I am making it work and trying to keep us all busy in this summertime NYC heat.
With an active 2.5 year old we cant just sit at home all day staring and cooing at the baby, so I have made a point to plan some sort of outing each and everyday. In BabyGirls three short weeks she has been on a subway, bus, taxi and ferry, seen Times Square, Governors Island, The Met, Victorian Gardens, Central Park, Fireworks and numerous NYC parks. It is crazy to think of all of the things we have done since lilStrange was born, but it would not have been possible without my Bravado Designs Essential Embrace bras and Essential tanks!
I am trying to exclusively breastfeed BabyGirl, with the occasional few ounces of formula she might need after completing a feeding. If I did not have comfortable and easy to use nursing garnets I don’t know how I could have comfortably fed her at all of the above locations. I enjoy the freedom that the Bravado Designs Essential Embrace bras and Essential tanks has given me to continue to stay an active family out and about in NYC.
- The Essential Embrace Nursing Bra features patent pending Bravado Dynatex™ fabric that combines premium cotton and luxurious microfiber all in one for one-of-a-kind comfort, and has slimming back panels for a smooth look. This bra is comfortable which is so important for a nursing mother because I wear the bra 24 hours long day and night.
- The Essential Nursing Tank has a built in bra inside, is great for nursing in public and perfect to wear every day. The length is long so I was able to wear the Bravado tank throughout my whole pregnancy and now beyond to nurse the baby.