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Are you a breastfeeding mama? If so, you probably know of at least one challenge that getting dressed after giving birth to baby represents: accessibility to the breast. Like I tell my styling clients, you want to invest in a few items specifically designed to help you function and fashion best over the course of your nursing journey. Still not sure where to look for stylish breastfeeding-friendly clothes? Luckily, super cool brands have been popping up over the course of the last few years. So when it comes to looking and feeling good while nursing in public, you’re covered. Here are 5 of our favorite breastfeeding clothing brands. 1. Loyal Hana makes comfortable every-day pieces that you can wear from desk to dinner. We are loving the Cybelle Box Plaid Dress. $125, buy here. 2. Mitera features perfectly designed dresses, in luxe fabrics. This brand is an excellent choice for working mamas. How perfect is the Ellen Dress in ivory for spring? $235, buy here. 3. Boob Design clothes are sustainable, stylish and wearable from the bump and beyond. Give the new spring Playsuit a try. $129, buy here. 4. A Pea In the Pod creates easy comfortable pieces to wear throughout the pre and postnatal period. Check out this on-trend off the shoulder dress for all of your spring/summer parties. $125, buy here. 5. Fillyboo is perfect if you want to channel your inner bohemian love child. These dresses are whimsical, airy and perfectly styled for summer days on the beach, which are right around the corner, right? We are in love with the Seeker Lover Keeper nursing dress. $240, buy here.

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Just about all of us had set assumptions about raising kids before we became parents ourselves. Some of these ideas might have been based on our own ideas of how we would absolutely do things differently than everyone else. Others, we believed what everyone else told us would happen would apply to our littles, too. But, that's not always the case, mama.

Below are six of the biggest lies I believed before having kidsβ€”and the reality of what actually happened for me.

1. Put your baby down drowsy, but awake

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