When it comes to breastfeeding and pumping, function and comfort supersede fashion when it comes to prioritizing. That said, checking all three boxes would be a home-run for new mama’s so we don’t completely feel disconnected from our pre-pregnant self. Well you are in luck because there are styles in the market that collectively cover all these bases. Our top 6 faves for pumping and nursing are below… BRAVADO: On August 15th, Bravado will be adding the Body Silk Seamless Nursing Bra in limited-edition Twilight, a style that remains a must-have for expectant and breastfeeding mamas. As a best-selling item, this style is seamless, comfortable, functional and the new color way is stylistically on point. CAKE: Cake nursing bras are durable, efficient and super cute. Because nursing/pumping will give your bras a lot of mileage, you need to invest in ones that stand the test of time. We love the Rock Candy Seamless style to meet all of your needs. COSABELLA: Efficiency, check, Functionality, check, STYLE, check check check. Cosabella makes the prettiest nursing/pumping bra that knocks all three boxes out of the park. The Never Say Never Mommie bra surely will have you saying, “never say never” when it comes to feeling sexy while pumping. MEDELA: The brand that’s known for all things breastfeeding, Medela makes an efficient hands-free pumping bra that allows for multitasking while getting the job done. While the bra doesn’t necessarily hit the sexy style box, this is one that you will surely want in your rotation. BOOB: The award-winning Fast Food Nursing bra by Boob provides seamless comfortable support, and comes in prints, solids, and an organic cotton option making it a style that fits all of your function and style needs. THE DAIRY FAIRY: One of the prettiest pumping bras we've ever seen, the Dairy Fairy's luxe lace Ayla style has all the best quality of a nursing bra plus hidden flange openings for double handsfree pumping. It's compatible with all popular breast pump makes and models.

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Courtney Barker

British mom Courtney Barker is sharing the story of how her son, 7-month-old Arthur contracted COVID-19 in the hopes of preventing other families from going through what hers is. Thankfully, little Arthur is now feeling better, but last week he was rushed to the hospital.

His mama recalled the experience in a now-viral Facebook post that is attracting worldwide attention.

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