10 Boob-Art Pieces You’ll Love

Pumpspotting’s founder shares her boob decor picks.

10 Boob-Art Pieces You’ll Love

Boobs are trending in a big way this summer; and we’re not talking about the underboob flashing in cropped tops. In addition to all the breastfeeding mamas that are out there nursing in public (yay!), we’re also seeing images of boobs on everything -- t-shirts, rugs, mugs and more. That’s right, boob prints are hot and a cheeky reflection of the positive body movement, bringing the female body to the forefront of the conversation and celebrating it instead of making it taboo; and we are loving it!

As the founder of the Pumpspotting app, which connects pumping moms and encourages them to rally together, post photos online, and speak about the challenges and realities of nursing, Amy VanHaren has become a sort of de facto expert in boob art. And this Spring, she put that expertise to use. Before embarking on a coast-to-coast boob bus tour, she decorated a 40-foot RV called the Breast Express in all the boob swag she could get her hands on. The Breast Express, which is set to travel to 28 cities from NYC to San Francisco, opens its doors to breastfeeding (and non-breastfeeding!) mamas to nurse and talk all things milk and motherhood.


“We created a welcoming, roving space to allow mothers to find what they need, whether that’s a comfy seat to nurse, an honest conversation with another brand new mom, advice from a lactation consultant, or just someone to say ‘you’ve got this,’” VanHaren says.

“Beautiful things happen when breastfeeding women come together,” VanHaren says. “You are not alone. No matter what your journey looks like, know that you are strong, you are surrounded by women who have been there, and we are cheering you on and ready to support.”

Part of the Breast Express’ charm comes from its tata-tastic interior. Comfortable seating arrangements, a Find Your Flow Station featuring four different pumps, a diaper changing dump ground, and a full size fridge for storing milk are only a few of the RV’s many amenities. The real standout, however, is its breast decor. “We ask everyone who comes on board to add their boob art to our wall,” VanHaren notes. Even funky tittie towels and perky, pink pillows shout #pumppower. “The bowl of boob stress balls in the sink is a big hit,” VanHaren exclaims.

Ready to let The Girls adorn your home or office space? Here are 10 of VanHaren’s favorite boob art in support of breastfeeding mamas everywhere:

1. Boob Clock: it’s always boob time somewhere, $30.99.

2. Boob pillow on her bed, $21.85.

3. Boob pillow on her couch, $129.

4. Milk Maker T-shirt from The Little Milk Bar, $32.50.

5. Boob Wooden Sign, $30.

6. Boob Bath mat, $60.

7. Boobs t-shirt, $10.

8. Boob mug, $15.

9. Thing Ind Breast Coat Rack, $38.

10. Terra-cotta nip planter set, $80.

11. Female support system brass hooks, $45.

12. All boobs are beautiful shower curtains, $68.99.

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It's hard to say who loves these more—my kids or me.

When I became a mama five years ago, I didn't put too much thought into whether my son was getting the right vitamins and minerals. From breastfeeding to steaming and pureeing his first bites of solid food, I was confident I was giving him everything to support his growth and development.

But then the toddler years—and the suddenly picky palate that accompanied them—came along. Between that challenge and two additional children in the mix… well, I knew my oldest son's eating plan was falling short in some vitamin and mineral categories.

I also knew how quickly he was growing, so I wanted to make sure he was getting the nutrients he needed (even on those days when he said "no, thank you" to any veggie I offered).

So when I discovered the new line of children's supplements from Nature's Way®, it felt like a serious weight off my chest. Thanks to supplements that support my children's musculoskeletal growth, their brain function, their immune systems, their eyes and more, I'm taken back to that simpler time when I was so confident my kids' vitamin needs were met.*

It wasn't just the variety of supplements offered by Nature's Way that won me over: As a vegetarian mama, I'm the picky one in the family when it comes to scanning labels and making sure they meet our standards. The trick is that most gummy vitamins are made with gelatin, which is not vegetarian friendly.

But just like the other offerings from Nature's Way that I've already come to know and love, the children's supplement line is held to a high standard. That means there's no high-fructose corn syrup, gelatin or common allergens to be found in the supplements. The best part? My two oldest kids ensure we never miss their daily vitamins—they are so in love with the gummy flavors, which include tropical fruit punch, lemonade and wild berry.

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Meanwhile, my pharmacist husband has different criteria when evaluating supplements, especially when it comes to those for our kids. He appreciates the variety of options from Nature's Way, which gives us the ability to rotate the vitamins based on our kids' daily needs. By keeping various children's supplements from Nature's Way on hand, I can customize a regimen to suit my kids' individual requirements.

Of course, high-quality products often come at a higher price point. But (to my immense gratitude!) that isn't the case with Nature's Way, which retails for a competitive value when compared to the other items on the shelf.

Like all mamas, my chief concern is supporting my children's health in any way I can. While I see evidence of their growth every time I pack away clothes they've outgrown, I know there is much more growth that doesn't meet the eye. That's why, for my oldest son, I like stacking the Brain Builder gummy with the Growing Bones & Muscles gummy and the Happy & Healthy Multi. My 3-year-old also enjoys getting her own mix to include the Healthy Eyes gummy. And both of my older kids are quick to request the Tummy Soothe tablet when something isn't sitting right in their stomachs.* And I'll admit it: I've tried it myself and the berry blast flavor really is tasty!

Although my current phase of motherhood may not be as "simple" as it once was, there is so much to appreciate about it—like watching my kids play and sing and create with their incredible imaginations. Along the way, I've eased up on some of my need for control, but it does help to have this range of supplements in my motherhood tool kit. So while I may not be able to convince my son to try kale, having the Nature's Way supplements on hand means I do know he's right on track.*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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