Post Partum

Nursing Bras

At Pink Ribbon we offer high quality and comfortable nursing bras. It is my goal to make motherhood something you feel confident about. As a mom you will always second guess decisions you have to make, but we never want those decisions to be related to nursing.

Belly Bandit - Anti-Bra

This ultra-thin, buttery-soft bra feels like a second skin and is invisible under clothing. Designed with wire-free support, no-dig straps and removable modesty pads. Trust me when I say you won’t want to take this bra off!

Bravado Invisible Bra

Designed with softness in mind, the Invisible Nursing Bra naturally molds to your body for a second-skin effect. The combination of lush fabric and wire-free bonded construction provides a seam-free and truly smooth silhouette. It’s the nursing bra that looks and feels like anything but. At Pink Ribbon we have a certified nursing bra fitter on staff.

Breast Pumps

We not only carry breast pumps, and pump accessories, but we have experts to help you with your nursing journey.

So often after a baby is born mothers are placed on the back burner. As a mother of two little boys, and also as woman who struggled with postpartum, I want you to know that you are not alone. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, it’s never anything you should hide, and it’s definitely something that should never make you feel like less of a mother. We have a support group that meets the second Tuesday of every month at a local coffee shop. We hope to see you and your babies there.

The differences between the baby blues and post partum

Baby blues symptoms

Signs and symptoms of baby blues — which last only a few days to a week or two after your baby is born — may include:

Postpartum depression symptoms

Postpartum depression may be mistaken for baby blues at first — but the signs and symptoms are more intense and last longer, and may eventually interfere with your ability to care for your baby and handle other daily tasks. Symptoms usually develop within the first few weeks after giving birth, but may begin earlier ― during pregnancy ― or later — up to a year after birth.

Postpartum depression signs and symptoms may include:

Untreated, postpartum depression may last for many months or longer.
*courtesy article from WebMD

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