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Milk Savers: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

Mother's milk is often referred to as liquid gold, and for good reason. It's not like mommies can stop by the McDonald's drive-through and pick up a couple of bottles on a whim. Women who don't come by the boob juice easily may cringe every time they "let down" and release the coveted liquid without trapping it — an occurrence that happens frequently. While mom breastfeeds her child on one side, the other breast may leak and soil a nursing pad, leaving the drips undrinkable. Milkies came up with a pouch crafted to catch the breastmilk to keep the good stuff from going to waste.

Instead of slipping a typical nursing pad into a bra, breastfeeding mothers can use a Milk Saver ($26) to catch the juice so they can store it for future use. Would you give it a try?

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