|Breast Pump and Bottles||Pumping your milk helps ensure there’s food for your baby when you’re not around (plus Dad can take on some of those late night feedings!).
|Disposable Freezer Bags||You’ll need a supply of freezer bags to store your milk (you can freeze breast milk for up to six months).
|Nursing Bras (3-5)||Not only are they essential for breastfeeding your baby, they are usually quite comfortable, offer great support, and make nursing easier for your baby.
|Breast Pads (2-4 pairs of washable,
1 box of disposable,
or 1 set of silicone)
|You may be surprised at how much and how often you can leak breast milk. Avoid embarrassing situations and keep your nipples clean with breast pads.
|Bottle and Nipple Brush||Even if you are using a steamer or dishwasher to sanitize your baby’s feeding supplies, you’ll still need a brush to help get into those tight places.|
|Dishwasher Basket||To prevent losing your bottle supplies in the washer, you’ll need a basket to safely hold nipples and other small items.|
|Receiving Blankets (5-7)||From keeping baby warm to catching spit-up to acting as a lap cloth or breastfeeding curtain to cleaning up messes, receiving blankets are a great addition to your baby’s list of supplies.|
|Burp Cloths||Protect your clothes and wipe spit-up from Baby’s chin with burp cloths..|