MAM Breastfeeding Starter Set

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RRP  £75.00
MAM Breastfeeding Starter Set

by motherandbaby |
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This set includes all the essentials you need for breastfeeding. From breast pumps to bottles, everything you could possibly need is included for your convenience.

The breast pads are discreet and absorbent, to prevent any awkwardness due to patches during the day or night. Despite perhaps not being as high quality as some others on the market, they certainly do the trick!

Although slightly flimsy, for an affordable price the hand pump means that you can go at your own pace, easily and discreetly.

Everything in the set is easy to put together and take apart again, and the parts that need sterilising once you are done are minimal.

All products in the set are durable, and will last you as long as you need them, even with little hands holding them!

The set comes with all the essentials, has an affordable and reasonable price, and includes very clear and concise instructions on how to use all of the products, which is perfect and particularly handy for any new or first time mums.

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MAM Breastfeeding Starter Set

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