I received the Dream Tank from Bravado but my opinions are always honest. Thank you for reading! This post contains affiliate links.
I’ve shared with you some of my tools for breastfeeding and even some updates on how that’s going. One part of breastfeeding is pumping if you’re not near your little one for an extended period of time. I’ve done it in the past when I was nursing Luke for some blogging conferences I attended, and with each conference, I learned something new to make the process a little easier.
A few weeks ago, I headed to a different conference – one for Scentsy. I was leaving around 6am and would be gone till late in the evening. At first I thought I would bring Ryan, but with his cold it was best to leave him at home. This required me to pack up all my pumping materials and also plan my outfit. Pumping requires a bit more thought because I use the Medela Easy Expressions Hands Free Bra and wanted to minimize the amount of “fuss” required with getting that on with my bra and shirt, plus the Hooter Hider.
My selfie I shared on Instagram
It was my first time trying a nursing tank that could be worn alone, without something covering the top. The Bravado Dream Nursing Tank is a thick cotton that holds shape well and also provides great coverage. I loved that I was able to unsnap it like my favorite Bravado Seamless Nursing Bra and easily put on the hands free bra to pump – without having to lift up and show some strangers my sides, stomach, or back if they saw me. I’m also pretty confident no one knew I was wearing a nursing tank
Besides being just a great tank, Bravado has teamed up with Baby Buggy to do something pretty incredible. Through the Support Her Dream campaign, they are doing a one for one donation. For every Dream Nursing Tank sold, Bravado will be donating one to Baby Buggy. Their goal is to donate 10,000. That’s incredible!
Please join Bravado and Baby Buggy to support another woman’s breastfeeding journey through the purchase of a Dream Nursing Tank!