Milk Bands Milk Bands
There’s so much to remember when you have a baby. For nursing mothers, help is here in the form of the Milk Band. Simply turn your band inside out to remember which breast your baby nursed on last (one side says, “right,” the other “left”). The Milk Band also features time-tracking sliders so you can remember when and how long you fed your little one. And it even works in the dark for late night feedings.
Weaning your little one? The Milk Band’s time-tracking sliders can be used to help eliminate feedings, too.
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• Record multiple feedings over a full day.
• Track the number of times baby is fed in a given day.
• Note the number of baby’s soiled diapers.
• Reminds when baby last fed and when baby is due for another feeding.
• Helps wean baby by tracking the number of nursing sessions and then slowly eliminating the feedings every few days
The nursing band indicates, “right” or “left,” on corresponding sides. Simply turn the band to the side your baby last fed on. When your baby is ready to feed again, check your Milk Band to remember which breast baby last started the feeding on, and flip the bracelet inside out as needed. Note: Place the band on your left wrist if you’re right handed, and vice versa is you’re left handed.
Yes. The word “right” is raised on one side of the band, and the word “left” is not. This feature allows you to feel the outside of the nursing bracelet and know which side your baby last fed from.
Place one slider on the “0” hours position, and the other on the “0” minutes position. Track a single feeding by rounding your timed session to the nearest 5- minutes. When baby is finished nursing, move the minute slider from the “0” minutes position to the time baby fed. Track multiple feedings by adding new rounded minutes to the prior feeding minutes and then moving the minute slider accordingly. Once you reach 60 or more minutes, move the hour slider from the “0” hours position to the 1 hour position and start adding minutes again. When you’re finished, leave the sliders in place as a reminder of what time you last fed your little one until you feed her again.
Using your band, track the number of times your baby feeds per day with the hour slider. Eliminate one nursing session every 2-3 days to allow your milk supply to slowly decrease.
Your nursing bracelet should last for months. However, excessive stretching of the bracelet may cause damage. Please handle with care.
Simply wash it with mild soap and warm water. Rinse and then dry. You can occasionally sterilize your bracelet by placing it in boiling water for 2-3 minutes.
Some users may experience mild irritation when initially using Milk Bands. This should disappear with continued use. Note: As with all small objects, keep out of reach of young children.