It is true that babies not only develop a keen sense of smell during early years, but even more is they learn their fathers or moms scent. A good instance is how a baby will turn their head towards mom’s breast for a feeding. The smell of breast milk is very unique and any baby breastfeeding or feeding in general will learn these smells.
While not everyone has the chance to breastfeed, I do encourage any mother to always give it a try. Even if they have planned to formula feed, or feed with other foods than breast-milk, it is super important that all mothers give it a try. It has been proven in several ways that a new baby can detect moms scent, especially breast-milk.
Mommy’s Here is a new product that was created with this idea in mind. Having 3 children, no matter what method of feeding, there always came a time to transition from the breast to the bottle. The Mommy’s Here bracelet is way to introduce a baby to the bottle using dad or moms scent. This cotton and bamboo bracelet was designed for the bamboo lining to be in contact with parents and to transfer scent from parent to bracelet.
Then when wanting to bottle feed just put the bracelet on the bottle to help baby keep focused on feeding without being worried about where mom is. These stylish and comfortable bracelets can be worn by mom and dad, or can be tucked inside moms bra. This is a great way for breastfeeding moms to transfer their scent to begin bottle feeding.
The Mommy’s Here bracelet is made of soft bamboo fabric (to pick up moms scent) for the inside lining and a colorful cotton fabric for a stylish bracelet that serves an important purpose to keep that bond between mom an baby. The package comes in a pack of 2, so one can be worn and the other can be worn by dad or have an extra one in case of washing. Recommended washing is by hand.
Check out how and why Mommy’s Here was created and the need it filled.
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Have you considered how important scent is to a small baby?
This is a partnered post to share this new helpful product for dads, moms and babies. Opinions are from reputable sources and from my own experiences.