Gifts For Breastfeeding Moms

December 05, 2023

Gifts For Breastfeeding Moms

We’re in the last minute dash to get everything checked off our holiday lists. As moms, we like to pride ourselves on being thoughtful, remembering items you said you wanted and surprising family members and friends with gifts. But we like that too! Whether you need to give out a few hints, or you’re shopping for the breastfeeding mom, we put together a few gifts and stocking stuffers to let breastfeeding moms know, you’re thinking of them! 

Silver Nursing Cups

If you haven’t heard of these - you’ll thank us later! These special protective nursing cups help heal and prevent cuts, wounds, cracks, soreness and infections. They’re also really great for those who are dealing with cracked nursing nipples. They’re easy to clean, too. You can start using them right away and they won’t change the taste or smell of breast milk.

Nipple Balm 

A nipple balm or cream is always a great stocking stuffer. It’s great to find one that also works with pump flanges! When choosing one, think about what’s in the cream. Does it have a strong smell? What about the texture? Read some of the reviews - or stock up on her favorite brand!

Nursing Pajamas

Having something comfy and cozy to relax at night and sleep in is so important. Plus, it feels a little luxurious when you may not actually feel that way. Our high-quality pajamas are key to adjusting to feeding schedules too. Nursing Queen uses lightweight and breathable fabric that is comfortable and has minimal show-through. Of course, they allow for easy access with each feeding. 

Breastfeeding Gift Basket

If it’s difficult to choose between a few things, put together a beautiful basket with the essentials: nipple cream, nursing pads, water bottle, ChapStick, her favorite snacks and lactation tea. She’ll be able to pick and choose some of the goodies as she needs. 


Gift Basket 

Breastfeeding is an exhausting process, so if she gets a few moments alone, why not help her pamper herself? Put together a spa basket with lotion, bath bombs, scrubs, face masks and slippers. She may not be able to go to a spa right now, but you can give her the next best option. 

Breastfeeding is one of the most challenging parts of being a new mom. Giving her items that will make her feel better - and feel loved - is the perfect way to show her that you support her while also making her feel special. 

What items would you suggest as gifts or stocking stuffers for breastfeeding moms?




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All of our designs fit true-to-size with a relaxed fit (which compensate for extra weight and a larger chest). Most of them also have an A-line fit, which means they fit across the chest/shoulders but flow away from the body so your waist and hip measurements don't matter.

Our sizes are similar to maternity-wear: order your pre-baby size. If you're between sizes, size down. Typically, the best way to determine your size is to follow your pre-baby size in numbers on the chart (4/6, 8/10, etc). 

Plus Sizes: We follow a standard U.S. plus chart. Our plus sizes range from 1X-3X. NOTE: An XXL (in misses) is a size 1X in plus sizing. 

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