Tuesday, March 1

Easy Expression

This blog doesn't give as much attention to maternity fashion as it ought to. I'm going to make a concerted effort to rectify this but I do draw the line at getting pregnant. Obviously there is a dearth of styles out there because pregnancy represents the nine months of a woman's life when she can wear anything and be described as a glowing symbol of femininity (ie a lit up mothership housing a sentient being).

In the post-pregnancy stage, convenient clothing is of utmost priority. Did you know that many a silk blouse has been ruined by a lactating mammary. That was, until the Easy Expression bustiers revolutionised the workplace, levelled the playing field for working mothers, all that and more. It's the Bluetooth of nursing bras! What a great day for multitaskers alike.


Now that her hands are free, the possibilities are endless. How many things is she doing in this picture? I can count one, two...oh I've lost count already, there must be at least 10 things going on at the same time and that's not even including the pelvic floor exercises!

One useful feature of the Easy Expression products is that they work with most kind of pumps. Judging from the effusive testimonials, they have a whole range of other benefits:

Increased productivity
I double pumped this afternoon using the halter and it was SO easy and I was able to get 2 oz. more than I normally get.

Unobstrusive
I can sit at my computer and work away, almost forgetting that I am pumping.

Sensuous
I have these too. …it is soooo soft. I love the fabric.

Sin-free
hands free pumping is heaven!
It is a true God send!


Because of the bustier's conservative cut, pumping in privacy is a thing of the past. Bring on the breakfast meetings, the powerpoint presentations, and public speaking events. But please, keep the cow economy jokes to yourself.

5 Comments:

At 4:55 AM, Anonymous Alex said...

And for the breakfast meetings, you won't even need to stock the non-dairy creamer.

 
At 6:07 AM, Anonymous Stacy said...

Thank God I am not having children, so I don't have to run even the slightest, most remote risk of purchasing one of these. One of them? One of it?

 
At 6:07 AM, Blogger Stacy said...

Thank God I am not having children, so I don't have to run even the slightest, most remote risk of purchasing one of these. One of them? One of it?

 
At 7:05 AM, Blogger Ann Marie said...

Oh, I couldn't do that. Even having had used a very similar pump. It's just not that cheery a process (and damn loud, too).

 
At 5:41 AM, Blogger Burnt Karma said...

Big shout out to all the lactatin' muthus out there yo!

But honestly, when I pumped a bit of extra fatty hind milk for Jr, it was noisy and time consuming, and there was no way I was going to multi-task anything (other than wait until it was over so I could scoff chocolate).

There is a darker side to this; the added burden of "having it all" when all you really want to do is get some sleep. Advertisers, I blame you!

 

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