Momzelle Breastfeeding Blog

  • Behind the scenes - The making of our Seamless Nursing Bra

    YIWU City - China A Visit to our Seamless Bra manufacturer Last year, we introduced our new seamless nursing bra.  With great success and a demand for more than just the sporty black and white option, we decided to order this style of bra in three new colors; beige, pink and navy with white dots. Our designer/production co-ordinator, Camille, took the opportunity to visit the factory in China to learn each step in the method of manufacturing a seamless bra! It was a very interesting and rewarding tour. Our designer, Camille, and her guide, on their way to Yiwu City The manufacturing plant is located in Yiwu City, a rather industrial city 300km south of Shanghai. Yiwu is famous for the production of seamless...
  • Breastfeeding and Brain Development

    This is a guest post. The author, Robbie is a writer for HealthListed and mother to one adventurous 2-year old. She enjoys watching her daughter explore and learn new things daily. She has a passion for developing a child's strengths to make them the best person they can be. The Inseparable Link of Brain Development and Breastfeeding Breastfeeding and child development have long been thought to go hand in hand and recent studies have supported this fact. Breastfeeding from birth into a child's early years can greatly help their brain development and give your child a fantastic head start in their life. While much of the research done does involve a lot of technical terms and jargon, I've compiled a list of...
  • 5 ways Breastfeeding is Environmentally Friendly

    Earth Day is an international movement that was created to bring awareness to our impact on the environment. We all know there are amazing physical and emotional benefits to breastfeeding, but it is also truly a great way to contribute to Mother Nature’s preservation. Here are 5 reasons why nursing is environmentally friendly. No water needed                                                                                                                                        ...
  • Breastfeeding: Can having a doula help?

    Breastfeeding is the normal continuation of pregnancy. It is a physiological process provided by nature. Sometimes it can be difficult and ongoing support before, during and after pregnancy can be very useful. Studies have also shown that success is more likely with the support of spouses, peers and health professionals. The presence and continued support of a doula during pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period also contributes to breastfeeding success. Results from a combined study * shows that the presence of a doula reduces the number of interventions and contributes holistically to improve breastfeeding. Here are some statistics:  In general, women have an easier, smoother delivery when a doula is present A 50% decrease in the rate of caesarean section A reduction of...
  • Tradeshow season is in full swing!

      Momzelle wants to help women around the world be confident and comfortable breastfeeding everywhere. This Spring we are in a travelling mood. :) We were delighted to be a part of The Baby Show in London, UK and attend our first MommyCon in Chicago.  We aim to make mamas feel beautiful in our breastfeeding wear, and these fairs are an excellent way to meet mamas and get their feedback on our collections. At a Momzelle booth, you can always expect a good time! You can try on the styles, enter our contest and of course, there is always a show special. Here are the upcoming events we’ll be attending. Come and join us!     24th Edition Parents and...
  • 5 Reasons to Breastfeed your Toddler

    Extended breastfeeding is often the subject of heated debates. For example, remember the Time magazine cover  showing a mother breastfeeding her 3-year-old? The story rapidly became viral, as people were calling the image shocking and abnormal. Yet, the World Health Organization recommends to breastfeed exclusively for the first 6 months and then for 2 years or longer. Here are 5 reasons why nursing beyond one year is beneficial.  1. Provides a healthy diet.  It was reported by the American Academy of Pediatrics that human milk continues to be a valuable source of nutrients in the second year of breastfeeding. In fact, the nutritional value in breast milk actually increases as your child’s matures. The Level of protein, fat and calories changes, as the toddler's needs evolve.  2...
  • Birth Affirmations - guest post

    The following is a guest post from soon-be-mama, Tanya.  We always love to hear and share real life parenting and breastfeeding journeys.  If you want to share yours, please email info@momzelle.com. I am an expecting mom and a visual artist.  I would like to share my story of using Birth Affirmations in preparation for my upcoming labour.   A few months ago I was talking to one of my girlfriends about the number of fears and worries that pregnant women deal with.  She suggested to read a book on  HypnoBirthing written by Marie Mongan. The book was very reassuring and gave practical tools how to transform fears to positive beliefs. One of the recommended tools was to listen to Birth affirmations on regular basis. Since I am...
  • Romance for the New Mom - Valentine's Day Re-Invented

    The top five romantic gestures a new mom deserves this Valentine's Day (and any other day of the year, too!) Ok, partners, your wife/girlfriend/spouse has grown, birthed and nourished a baby recently, here are a few ways to let her know you see her and appreciate her in this foggy, soggy and sleepy phase of life we call parenting little ones: 1 - Take the kids out. Nothing says I love you like alone time!  Give Mama a chance to shower with the door closed, read a book without pictures in it and eat chocolate outside of the closet :)  Self-care is an often overlooked and oh so important part of motherhood, encourage it! 2 - Date Night, new mom style ...
  • My Breastfeeding Journey - guest post

    The following is a guest post from Momzelle mama, Natalie.  We always love to hear and share real life breastfeeding journeys.  If you want to share yours, please email info@momzelle.com. I took a class at my local hospital and researched online about breastfeeding while I was still pregnant. I studied the information and tried to prepare myself. But I really had no idea what a complete lifestyle change it would be, in addition to adjusting to being a new parent. I did not expect how it felt to have my chest exposed more often than not.  Because my husband has been deployed with the military overseas since my son was a month old, I have relied on help from my mother (who had breastfed me and my brother) and support from family and friends. I feel like I have...
  • New infinity nursing scarf

    Exciting news mamas! Momzelle has brand new nursing scarves just in time for the cold season. This infinity scarf is truly your ultimate winter fashion accessory. Continue reading

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