Products That Help Pregnant And Nursing Mothers

*Product received. Opinions are my own.

I nursed all three of my kids and I am STILL nursing my 2-year-old. He is the only one, out of my three children, that still loves the comfort of nursing. My other two were done nursing (weaned themselves) at 13 and 14 months.

My little two-year old just loves his milk! So precious to be nursing him and he will stop nursing and look up to give me a slobbery kiss, then go back to nursing as if nothing even happened. Oh how I LOVE these moments with him that I know will be gone soon enough. I treasure them!

Fairhaven Health carries some wonderful natural Products That Help Pregnant And Nursing Mothers! Some of the popular products, I have included below.


Milkies Freeze (MSRP $29.95):

The Milkies Freeze is a “first-in, first-out” breast milk storage system that fits into your freezer. Simply collect your precious breast milk in any milk storage bag, and place the bag on the metal quick-freeze tray at the top of the Freeze. Once the milk is frozen, slip the bag into the Freeze storage system through the slot at the top, and the bag will fall to the bottom of the storage container. When you need to thaw a bag of breast milk to feed to your little one, pull a bag out from the bottom of the Freeze – that way you are always using the oldest milk first!


Milkies Milk Tray (MSRP $21.95):

Milk Trays, a breast milk freezing system, can help to make this chore easier. At first glance, Milk Trays look similar to typical ice cube trays. But, take a closer look and you will see that Milk Trays are much, much more. Unlike ice cube trays, Milk Trays are specifically designed for expressed milk.


Milkies Milk-Saver (MRSP $27.95):

Ask any mom and she’ll tell you: breast milk is a precious commodity. Women will go to great lengths to ensure that not a drop of “liquid gold” gets wasted.

That’s precisely what makes the award-winning Milkies Milk-Saver such a wonderful invention for breastfeeding mothers. The patented Milk-Saver collects your leaking breast milk as you nurse – allowing you to store extra breast milk effortlessly with each feeding.


Milkies Nipple Nurture Balm (MSRP $9.95):

Milkies Nipple Nurture Balm is safe for both mom and baby. Organic herbal ingredients are combined with natural moisturizers to help provide soothing relief, heal affected areas, and even prevent cracks from reappearing. Our nipple balm is lanolin-free, is not tested on animals, and contains no artificial colors, preservatives or animal products!


Milkies Nursing Blend (MSRP $19.95):

Nursing Blend is the only dietary supplement that combines herbal support for breast milk production with the vitamin and mineral support that nursing moms need to produce quality breast milk. It provides 100% Daily Value of most vitamins and minerals, and extra amounts of vitamins known to be especially important for lactating women, including Vitamin D and the B vitamins.


Milkies Nursing Postnatal (MSRP $15.95)

Milkies Nursing Postnatal provides comprehensive vitamin and mineral support, including 100% Daily Value of several vitamin and minerals, and extra amounts of key vitamins known to be especially important for lactating women, including Vitamin D and B vitamins.


Milkies Nursing Time Tea (MSRP $16.95)

Nursing Time Tea is the all-natural herbal tonic designed to help nursing mothers increase their milk flow and soothe digestive unease of both mother and baby. The herbal ingredients in Nursing Time Tea have been used for centuries to promote healthy lactation and bring quick relief to both mothers and colicky or “gassy” newborns.


Milkies Softies Nursing Pads ($14.95 – 3 pairs)

Milkies Softies Nursing Pads have a unique 3-layer design that guards against leaks without adding bulk or puffiness to your bra. A plush 100% bamboo layer rests lightly against your skin, and wicks moisture away quickly. The inner microfiber layer is microbe and leak resistant. Designed by nursing moms for nursing moms, Softies keep breastfeeding moms dry and comfortable.


You can purchase these products online at


One lucky mama is going to win the following products:

1 Milkies Nursing Postnatal
1 Milk-Saver
1 Nursing Time Tea
1 Nipple Balm
1 Softies Nursing Pads


Easy! Just use the Rafflecopter form below! Good luck to you!


Contest is open to US 18+. Giveaway will end on February 15, 2015 at 12 am PST. Winner will have 48 hours to confirm their win, after I email them, or a new winner will be chosen. Sponsor is responsible for shipping out the prize. I am not responsible for lost or stolen mail.

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  1. The DreamBelly Butter looks very nice!

  2. my favorite item from fairhaven health is the nipple nurture balm and the sitting pretty soothing balm. i would more than likely want to get the Breastfeeding Essentials Bundle though.

  3. Michelle S says:

    The products that I like are: postnatal multivitamin and fenugreek for bfing.

  4. I like the Nursing Time Tea

  5. I’d like to check out the DreamBelly Stretch Mark Cream

  6. megan Tilley says:

    I would love to try the nipple balm or the nursing blend. My little one is 6 months old today and will be getting her teeth in before long and I hope to breast feed as long as possible.

  7. I would like to try the SITTING PRETTY SOOTHING SPRAY after my babe arrives!

  8. Colleen Ruk. says:

    the soothing balm and spray! I think I am going to need them!

  9. Daniel G. says:

    Stretch mark cream is cool

  10. Kimberly V says:

    Deffinatly the nipple balm. Im 3 months away and these bad boys are already chapped. Would help so much!

  11. I like the MILKIES MILK TRAYS

  12. I like the milk saver

  13. milk saver

  14. Berta Lentz says:

    I’m eagerly awaiting the arrival of baby #3 so I can use the Milkie’s Freeze. I’ve had other storage containers for the last 2 babies but this one looks much smaller and easier to use.

  15. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I’m actually taking their Prenatal Plus, Cal-Mag and Omega 3 right now and I love them all!


  17. The milk savers would be amazing! To be able to defrost it in a bottle would be time saving!

  18. vickie Couturier says:


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