Transform the way you breastfeed away from home.

Tired of bench seating and armless chairs that leave you sore and tired?

Ready for a more comfortable breastfeeding experience when you’re out and about?

We are too!

We are so excited to get this thing going! Thanks to everyone for the great feedback so far. Our product launch date is set for Saturday, April 13th!

Check out the video for additional info and some detailed tips on baby positions below the video.

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Breastfeeding Positions

We all want to be comfortable when feeding baby. Here are some positions (shown in the video with my main man Jayce) with more detailed explanations and tips…

Cradle Hold

  1. Make sure to have good back support and your Portapillow (coming soon!) ready.

  2. Sit upright and place baby facing you so that you are belly to belly. Baby’s body, head and hips should be facing you.

  3. Support (“cradle”) baby’s head in the crook of your arm with your forearm supporting baby’s body.

  4. Use your opposite hand to help guide breast to baby.

  5. Place Portapillow under arm to help support your arm and back and decrease fatigue and pain.

Cross Cradle Hold

  1. Make sure to have good back support and Portapillow ready.

  2. Sit upright and place baby facing you so that you are belly to belly. Baby’s body, head and hips should be facing you.

  3. Use your opposite arm as the side you are feeding to support baby.

  4. Bring baby to breast while the same hand as the side you are feeding helps guide breast to baby.

  5. Place Portapillow under arm to help support your arm and back and decrease fatigue and pain.

Football Hold - This is a great position if you have had a cesarean section delivery so there is no pressure on your abdomen. It’s also great for women with large breasts.

  1. Place baby under your arm, face up and their body up against your side like you are holding a football.

  2. Use the same arm as the side baby is on to cradle them and bring to breast.

  3. Opposite arm can help guide baby to breast.

  4. Place Portapillow under baby for support and to decrease fatigue and pain.


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