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A Stylish Way to Keep Track of Your Breastfeeding Schedule!
Can be used in four ways:
To record what time your baby last fed
To mark when your baby should next feed
To record the number of feeds in a day
To keep track of which breast your baby last fed from
Keep track of when you last nursed and which side you nursed from with this must-have product for all new mothers. Breastfeeding experts usually recommend nursing on both sides during a feeding, starting with the side that the baby last nursed on. Newborn babies should feed every two to three hours, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. But it can take time for babies to establish a feeding routine and tired moms often find it difficult to keep track of a hungry newborn's 'little-and-often' feeding patterns. Here's a stylish and easy way to remember while establishing good milk supply. Older babies will enjoy playing with it while nursing, too!
The Nursing Reminder Bracelet is made with number beads representing the hours on the clock and between the "hour beads" are 4 glass beads representing 15-minute intervals. Move the charm between the beads to represent the last time you feed or the time your baby is scheduled to eat. Also, switch your bracelet to your other arm so you can remember which breast is the last one you fed off of.
The Nursing Reminder Bracelet is made with high-quality Czech fire polished glass beads and stainless steel memory wire that is corrosion resistant and will resist tarnishing for safe and lasting use. Hook one end onto your wrist and wind the bracelet around. The memory wire springs back into shape. The bracelet comes with a silver plated charm that says Love. Please scroll down for additional charms with alternate sayings. (shipping weight 0 lbs)
Q: Is it helpful for bottle-feeding?
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