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Your Post-Baby "Assets": Love 'em or Hate 'em?

You had a baby. Your boobs got really big. You hear the jokes about how sexy your new cleavage is, but you feel more like a cow than a Playboy model. Do you love your two new friends or are they dragging you down? Either way, I say embrace your new (if temporary) assets: Treat them with care and kindness and maybe even enjoy them a bit before they deflate. Click through to learn more about my favorite products for showing your giant post-baby boobs some love.


  • Ameda Comfortgel Hydrogel Pads 1 of 4
    Ameda Comfortgel Hydrogel Pads
    Two weeks post-baby I desperately wrapped up my baby and stumbled into The Pump Station begging for nipple relief. The kind lady handed me these. I put them in the fridge. I put them on my nips. I was saved by the cool, soothing, soft gel. Breastfeeding might not have worked out for me without them. $15.95 at The Pump Station.
  • Motherlove Herbal Nipple Cream 2 of 4
    Motherlove Herbal Nipple Cream
    Use on sore, cracked nursing nipples to soften and heal skin, and relieve pain. This creamy salve goes on easily, and all ingredients are safe for ingestion. $10 at The Pump Station.
  • Bravado Essential Nursing Bra Tank 3 of 4
    Bravado Essential Nursing Bra Tank
    Yes, it's pricey, but you will wear it every day. It's got a crazy supportive shelf bra inside, it flips down for nursing while retaining some privacy, and it's great for layering. The ruching also gives it a little extra style. Great for giant boobs. $48.95 at The Pump Station.
  • Cake Lingerie 3-Way Convertible Nursing Bra 4 of 4
    Cake Lingerie 3-Way Convertible Nursing Bra
    And to truly learn to love your giant boobs you will need one nursing bra that makes you feel sexy. I love the Cake Lingerie 3 Way Convertible Nursing Bra. It even comes in a size E! $67 at Sylene.
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