By Mummies For Mummies (and Daddies too)

Potty training made easy

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Three tips

First of all, don’t make potty training a military regime. It can be fun, rewarding, and hopefully, stress-free to both toddler and parents. Really!

Secondly, understand that toddlers who have shown a general trend toward independence and an understanding of what it means to go to the bathroom like a grown-up are more likely to be go through the transition without too much struggle. This usually happens by 2-1/2 to 3 years old.

Thirdly, there are many potty training practices out there. We suggest that as parents, you should choose an approach that suits your toddler’s personality and your day-to-day routine without putting too much stress on both toddler and parents.

Signs of potty training readiness

Before starting on any approach, it’s recommended to look out for signs that your toddler is ready to take on potty training.

The signs below are from

Physical signs

  • Is coordinated enough to walk, and even run, steadily
  • Urinates a fair amount at one time
  • Has regular, well-formed bowel movements at relatively predictable times
  • Has “dry” periods of at least two hours or during naps, which shows that his bladder muscles are developed enough to hold urine

Behavioral signs

  • Can sit down quietly in one position for two to five minutes
  • Can pull his pants up and down
  • Dislikes the feeling of wearing a wet or dirty diaper
  • Shows interest in others’ bathroom habits (wants to watch you go to the bathroom or wear underwear)
  • Gives a physical or verbal sign when he’s having a bowel movement such as grunting, squatting, or telling you
  • Demonstrates a desire for independence
  • Takes pride in his accomplishments
  • Isn’t resistant to learning to use the toilet
  • Is in a generally cooperative stage, not a negative or contrary one

Cognitive signs

  • Understands the physical signals that mean he has to go and can tell you before it happens or even hold it until he has time to get to the potty
  • Can follow simple instructions, such as “go get the toy”
  • Understands the value of putting things where they belong
  • Has words for urine and stool

Need help? Find out what we have in store for fuss-free potty training!

October Favorites: 9 Travel Essentials for Parents

Check out our October Favorites! We have handpicked nine travel essentials for parents.

  1. Babyzen: YOYO+ Stroller
  2. JJ Cole Collections: Reversible Body Support (for Car Seat / Stroller)
  3. 3 Sprouts: Stroller Organizer
  4. Mommy’s Helper: Cushie Traveler™ Folding Padded Potty Seat
  5. The Mommy Hook®: Stroller Assistant
  6. Naforye: Keeper Bag with Strap
  7. Mommy’s Helper: Inflatable Bath Tub
  8. Double Monkeys: Compact Changing Mat
  9. JJ Cole Collections: Diapers & Wipes Caddy

Let’s take a look at them one by one.

1. Babyzen: YOYO+ Stroller


The coolest compact baby stroller in town is definitely the latest BABYZEN YOYO+ stroller. This stroller converts in a flash, folds up to hand luggage dimensions, can be carried like a bag, is machine-washable, and will fit just about anywhere other strollers don’t! You need to have one.

Check out our collection on our website –

2. JJ Cole Collections: Reversible Body Support (for Car Seat / Stroller)


One of the most stylish body supports for car seat / stroller in the market, the reversible infant Body Support from JJ Cole Collections provides exceptional comfort and safety. Its shape is designed to protect and fit snugly around infants of all sizes and preemie babies. It features soft velour and breathable embroidered knit fabrics for added comfort and style.

Check out our collection on our website –

3. 3 Sprouts: Stroller Organizer


This 3 Sprouts Stroller Organizer keeps all your essentials organized and within reach when you are out for a walk with your tot. It is completely wipeable and has two insulated drink holders, perfect for a sippy cup or bottle. The discreet back pocket with velcro closure offers a safe place for your cell phone or keys. Its collapsible design does not interfere with the stroller fold too!

Check out our collection on our website –

4. Mommy’s Helper: Cushie Traveler™ Folding Padded Potty Seat


This Cushie Traveler™ Folding Padded Potty Seat is a comfortably padded folding potty seat to take with you on short or long trips. It is compact enough to carry in your diaper bag yet still provides the comfort and familiarity of the seat that your toddler uses at home. It is also designed so that it is easy to clean with a wet wipe and features a washable carry bag.

Check out Cushie Traveler™ here –

5. The Mommy Hook®: Stroller Assistant



The Mommy Hook® stroller assistant fits virtually any stroller or shopping cart handle, and is made from durable, heavy-duty aluminum. It will not break like cheap plastic hangers. Its rubber foam grip keeps it from slipping or sliding. Just snap it on and you’re ready to roll! The Mommy Hook is even handy for taking bags from your car to your home.

Check out The Mommy Hook® on our website –

6. Naforye: Keeper Bag with Strap


Naforye Keeper Bag with Strap is your toddler’s own bag where he can keep all his essentials, i.e. snacks, toys or juice box. This promotes a sense of responsibility and accountability for his things. The easy safety strap allows for parents to keep their child within arm’s length, especially when in crowds and public places. When you no longer need the strap, just put it back into the bag.

Check out our collection on our website –

7. Mommy’s Helper: Inflatable Bath Tub


The Inflatable Bath Tub from the “Froggie Collection” by Mommy’s Helper keeps your baby / toddler from sliding around in the tub while providing a soft, padded seat with a saddle horn to prevent slipping.

Check out Mommy’s Helper on our website –

8. Double Monkeys: Compact Changing Mat


Made from water resistant materials, this compact changing mat by Double Monkeys is lightweight and folds out to a full size changing mat.

Check out our collection on our website –

9. JJ Cole Collections: Diapers & Wipes Caddy


This diapers & wipes caddy by JJ Cole Collections provides space to keep all the necessary changing supplies (diapers, wipes, lotion, cotton ball, balms, etc) in one easy-to-access place. It comes with a coordinating changing pad too. Simply grab this caddy and change in any room!

Check out the caddy on our website –

Starting Solids for Babies


After attending the Starting Solids for Babies talk organized by Columbia Asia Hospital Petaling Jaya on 9 October, we’d like to share with you important and interesting tips presented by the speakers.

There were three topics by three speakers:

  1. How to Win at Weaning by Dr. Sharifah Aida Alhabshi, Consultant Pediatrician
  2. Feeding Fussy Eaters by Dr. Shalini Shanmugam, Consultant Pediatrician
  3. Fun & Yummy Healthy Meals by Ms. Ng Yee Voon, Registered Dietitian


Here are the notes. We do hope they will be helpful for you!

I. How to Win at Weaning

What is weaning?

Weaning is transitioning from exclusive breastfeeding / milk feeds to complementary solid food and finally into family food. This happens after six months old right up to 24 months.

The rules of weaning

  1. Appropriate timing – look out for signs of readiness
    • Baby can sit up
    • Baby shows interest in food
    • Baby opens his mouth when food is offered
    • Baby can turn head away from spoon when he’s full
    • Baby can pick up pieces of food for self-feeding
  2. Provide adequate amount of energy for optimal growth
    • Give energy-rich food from grains (rice) and tubers (potatoes, sweet potatoes)
    • Can add butter / margarine for adequate fat content
  3. Provide adequate nutrition
    • Give a variety of nutrient-rich food from meat, fruits and vegetables
    • Introduce one type of food at a time for 3-4 days and watch out for any symptoms, especially if there’s history of food allergies in your family
    • Provide enough fluid and fiber intake
  4. Increase frequency of solid food by age
    • At 6-8 months: 2-3 main meals + 1-2 snacks (if needed) – start with 1/2 teaspoon, can dilute with breastmilk / milk for familiar taste
    • At 9-11 months: 3-4 main meals + 1-2 snacks (if needed)
    • Above 12 months: 3-4 main meals + 2 snacks
    • Do not replace / reduce breastfeeding / milk feeds with main meals
  5. Increase food consistency by age
    • > 6 months – pureed, smooth
    • 7-8 months – mashed
    • > 8 months – chopped
    • By 12 months – family food


II. Feeding Fussy Eaters

Who are fussy eaters?

They are usually older babies or toddlers from one to two years old:

  • Eats very slowly
  • Eats a limited variety of food
  • Only eats small meals
  • Don’t like fruits and vegetables
  • Isn’t interested in food
  • Only eats what he / she likes
  • Won’t try new foods

How to make meal times work for fussy eaters?

  1. Environment
    • Minimize distractions by turning off TV and other devices (zero screen time) during meal times
    • Eat at the dining table
    • Eat together as a family and everyone eats the same meal
    • Let your child make a mess! Be patient, set rules but be flexible (authoritative parenting)
    • Stick to a routine, don’t skip or keep on changing it
  2. Food
    • Color – make colorful meals with shapes and decorations (e.g. food art)
    • Texture – increase food texture gradually to avoid boredom
    • Taste – use natural sweetness from fruits and flavorings from cheese, onion, garlic
    • Let your child eat food that he least likes first, followed by food that he likes
    • Don’t resort to food rewards, i.e. if you eat your rice, I’ll let you eat some cake
    • Make healthy choices for snacks, e.g. give fruits instead of chocolate
    • Go grocery/food shopping with your child and let him choose what he wants to eat
    • Let your child take part in food preparation
  3. Mood
    • Make sure that your child is sufficiently hungry and NO snacks before a main meal
    • As a parent, don’t show negative emotions such as anger and disappointment, be patient, be mindful of the food portion that you’re asking your child to eat, and finally, try and try again!

It is known that it can take up to 15 or more exposures for the baby to accept a new taste.

How to tackle sweet cravings?

  1. Serve a small treat with your child’s meal (e.g. one cookie / small muffin)
    • Rationale: He may eat it first or only that. Over time, he learns that he will get hungry for other food if he only eats sweet things first
  2. Serve a small treat at the end of the meal regardless of how much your child has eaten
    • Rationale: He will learn that sweet stuff, when eaten in moderate servings, have their place. This also takes away the power of dessert being a big, special reward. In fact, when you avoid negotiating (“if you eat this, you get that”), you eliminate a big power struggle
  3. Best is, eliminate sweets altogether. Instead, try offering fresh fruits or cheese to end the meal

How to feed a fussy eater during illness?

  1. They need extra fluid and soft food in small but frequent portions
  2. Add hydration with oral rehydration salts (ORS), water, juices, and coconut water
  3. Continue breastfeeding if you are breastfeeding
  4. Offer cold foods (yogurt, ice cream, fruits) if your child has ulcers in their mouth

About baby-led weaning

This method of weaning allows babies to control  their consumption / portions of solids by “self-feeding”.  The theory behind this method is that baby will choose foods which he/she is lacking in nutrients, guided by taste.


  1. Improves hand-eye coordination, chewing
  2. Independence
  3. Less stressful for parents


  1. Takes time
  2. Baby must be able to sit up
  3. At the start, baby is allowed to reject food but it may be offered again at a later date
  4. Not encouraged if baby is less well developed


III. Fun & Yummy Healthy Meals

Recommendation: Introduce nutritionally-adequate and safe complementary (solid) foods at six months together with continued breastfeeding up to two years of age or beyond.

weaning-talk-1Registered Dietitian, Ms. Ng Yee Voon, prepared some baby food recipes for tasting.


Check out our website for organic baby food and snacks, lunch boxes, thermal food jars, feeding spoons, plates, water bottles, etc. Click on the links below to view the brands and items we have in store.

7 Most Important Sleep Tips

Precious Sleep Talk | Samantha Yong Photography
Precious Sleep Talk | Samantha Yong Photography

This is Ho Wing Yan, a certified Sleep Sense Consultant. Last Saturday, Wing Yan met up with a small group of our customers who were all struggling with getting a good night’s sleep. She shared her story about how she went in search of help when her own little girl was waking up through the night.

We found it inspiring that not only did Wing Yan find help in the Sleep Sense methodology, but in addition to her full-time management consultancy job (and did we mention she is 8 months pregnant!), she helps others who face the same problems. Today, her 2 year old daughter sleeps well and through the night and I am sure the next baby will too!

Here are some of the tips we learnt :

  • Babies need to learn to fall asleep on their own without any external props

    An external prop can be anything from “rocking” or “singing” or “patting” – anything which your child needs someone else to do for them. So your child needs to learn the strategies to journey to sleep on their own.

  • Keep an early bedtime

This is all about making sure your baby sleeps before he/she gets over tired. The best time for them to go to sleep is between 7pm -8pm.

  • Start a good bedtime routine

This helps to cue the baby’s body and mind and tell them to prepare for sleep. Length should be around 20-30 min and parents should take turns so that either one can put baby to sleep.

  • Set a good naptime routine

Just like bedtime, even during the day…there needs to be a routine to cue the baby so he/she knows that it’s time to prepare for sleep.

  • Do not skip naps or push bedtime too late

Nap is a priority when trying to establish a good sleep habit. It is also untrue that if you put your baby to sleep during the day, your baby will sleep better at night. It will just end up making the child overtired!

  • Keep your child awake during night feeds

Prevent your child from falling asleep during night feeds. Keep a close watch and tickle his toes, talk to him…leave a dim light on. Make sure your baby does not start to fall asleep while nursing or they will always need to nurse to sleep. Put him back to bed awake once you know he’s satisfied from the feed. He should then be able to fall asleep himself.

  • Be consistent

Stay consistent while implementing all the tips above. Kids thrive on consistency and predictability. Bonus tip: put your child to bed/nap in the same place every time! Having a familiar sleeping place reduces anxiety.

The best part of the session was when parents could just ask Wing Yan what to do in their own situation. Many had not had more than 2 hours stretch of sleep in months!! It was good to see that Wing Yan approaches each situation as unique and understands what the key problems are first. She then helps the family work through a very structured plan to help them achieve their sleep goals!

If you are having trouble putting your little ones to sleep, contact Wing Yan for a FREE 15 minutes consultation today! It can be done over Skype or Facetime and this could really help you to a better and less stressful life!

She can be reached on +6012-3542010 or

Oh and if you need a good blanket, massage oil, tummy rub balm, sleeping bag or night light to cue the bed/nap time, check out our sleep related products on!

Precious Sleep Talk | Samantha Yong Photography
Precious Sleep Talk | Samantha Yong Photography

And last but not least…a big thank you to EspressoLab for providing the venue and some excellent coffee as usual!

Precious Sleep Talk | Samantha Yong Photography
Precious Sleep Talk | Samantha Yong Photography

All photos were by Samantha Yong who also does family and baby photography so do check out her work at: (

On-the-go: How to prepare porridge with Zojirushi Stainless Steel Food Jar 0.5L


We would like to introduce to you the much-discussed-about Zojirushi Stainless Steel Food Jar! This is an excellent thermal food jar featuring vacuum insulation to keep food and beverages hot or cold for hours.

Let us tell you a secret: you can “cook” rice porridge in this food jar!

Without electricity.

Are you asking, “Really?”

Yes. When we are on the go traveling, or rushing for time to cook our little ones’ meals, this thermal food jar is a life-saver. We mommies and even daddies can prepare food for our little ones in advance before we are on the move.

Zojirushi Stainless Steel Food Jar comes with a tight-fitted lid set with gasket to seal and minimize leaks and maximize heat retention. It’s very good for keeping hot meals, soups, oatmeal, cold desserts, etc.

Not convinced? Watch this video:

General guideline

Below is a set of general guideline about how to prepare rice porridge in a Zojirushi Stainless Steel Food Jar.

  1. Pre-heat: Fill up the empty food jar with BOILING water, close and tighten the lid set, and set aside for at least 2 minutes.
  2. Initial soaking: Discard the water used to pre-heat the food jar. Put in raw ingredients (rice/vegetables etc). Pour in BOILING water again, close and tighten the lid set. SHAKE the food jar for a while to distribute heat to the ingredients. After 5 minutes, discard the water again.
  3. “Cooking”: Finally, pour in BOILING water again, close and tighten the lid set, SHAKE, set aside and wait for minimum 2 hours, done.

Extra points to take note to ensure success in your food preparation:

  1. Raw ingredients must be cut into small pieces.
  2. Water must be BOILING, not just hot.
  3. The food jar should be filled up to 80% full. Water should not exceed the water line/grid in the food jar. Please keep to about 1 cm below the water line/grid.
  4. Soak rice grains overnight or at least an hour (not compulsory but recommended).
  5. If you want to add raw meat, use boiling water to “soak” the meat separately (to kill germs) for 5 minutes, then drained before putting into the food jar with the rest of the ingredients.

More about Zojirushi Stainless Steel Food Jar

  • Vacuum insulated stainless steel food jar keeps foods hot or cold for hours
  • Durable and sanitary 18/8 stainless steel construction
  • Tight-fitted lid with gasket seals lid to minimize leaks and maximize heat retention
  • 2-1/2-inch wide opening makes it easy to fill and clean, and allows users to eat directly out of the jar
  • Compact design takes minimal space while maximizing capacity
  • Made of BPA-free plastic and stainless steel

Choose your Zojirushi jar with your favorite color from our stock:

Do share with us your meal creations, we’d love to see and share them on our Facebook.🙂

Breastfeeding and pumping: What you should know

We recently attended Medela’s Conference with the theme “Overcoming Breastfeeding Difficulties”. The invited speaker was Mrs Christa B. Muller-Aregger, a certified IBCLC Lactation Consultant with over 20 years of international experience. She’s currently an International Education Manager at Medela.


We would like to share some gold nuggets about breastfeeding and pumping with you. We hope – as an expecting mom, a breastfeeding mom, an exclusive pumping mom – you will be empowered with the knowledge about benefits, challenges, and strategies to be successful in your breastfeeding journey. Same principal applies to all supportive husbands, colleagues, bosses, and companies. Let’s make breastfeeding an empowering journey for all mothers!

We will make this article short, sweet, and packed with necessary information:



  • Human milk is for human babies.
  • It’s readily available at the right temperature and with the right amount of nutrients.
  • It contains immunoglobulin and other live immunity factors that are essential to protect your baby against childhood diseases.
  • It meets your baby’s needs throughout the day and as they grow.
  • Breastfeeding is essential for the mother’s health and wellbeing.



Now that you know that breastfeeding is beneficial and natural, but there’s also a learning curve between the mother and the baby. When this learning process is in progress, there will be challenges. Here are the common ones:

  • Breast engorgement (common scenario when milk kicks in within 3-5 days after giving birth)
  • Blocked ducts
  • Mastitis (inflammation of the breasts, the mother will have flu-like symptoms and high fever)
  • Inverted / Flat nipples
  • Cracked / Sore nipples (nipple pain)
  • Blisters
  • Thrush

If these challenges are not overcame, it can lead to a decline in milk production, a fussy and frustrated baby who wants to feed more often or who refuses to suckle, and finally, early weaning.



See a lactation consultant/professional if you face challenges and issues in breastfeeding, especially during the first two weeks after giving birth. Don’t be shy and don’t delay!

Remember this golden rule when you are building up and maintaining your milk supply: Less stress = More oxytocin = More milk ejection reflex = More milk!



Use a pump only when necessary. A statement from Medela: Breast pumps are meant to complement breastfeeding, not replace it. Choosing the right breast pump when needed, can make a big difference, both in initiating and sustaining breastfeeding.

Guide chart

Reason to use the pump Recommended Medela breast pump
A missed feeding Swing
Away from baby for a few hours Swing
Working part-time Swing, Swing Maxi, Freestyle
Working full-time Swing Maxi, Freestyle
Breast infection Swing, Swing Maxi, Freestyle
Sore nipples/breast engorgement Swing, Swing Maxi, Freestyle


Swing = for single pumping

Swing Maxi & Freestyle = for double pumping



  • Saves time
  • Drains 18% more milk compared to single pumping
  • Milk has 1% higher fat content
  • Mothers have an extra milk rejection reflex


When pumping:

  • Relax
  • Watch your nipples/breasts
  • Switch from stimulation to expression mode (or vice versa if necessary)
  • Adjust the vacuum/suction strength (you shouldn’t feel any pain when pumping)

These lead to better drainage of the breasts and an increased milk production over time (varies among individuals), so don’t compare the amount of breastmilk from one mother to another mother!

The main difference between Swing Maxi and Freestyle:

Freestyle comes with hands-free option, rechargeable battery, and memory button settings. You can alternate between stimulation and expression modes as and when needed.


Founding Women Get Together And Tea Party

It was truly lovely to be able to spend our Saturday afternoon with a bunch of driven and talented women who all owned and ran their own businesses. On 9 April, I attended tea organised by Moms4Projects ( to meet and share experiences with other women entrepreneurs.

We heard stories from women who left the corporate world after over 15 years to start something on their own…others who were stay at home mums who lost the confidence to go back out and do something for themselves, but who persevered, tried anyway and came out successful because of it.

Here are some pictures and a few stories to share with all of you. FullSizeRender (10)

This is Angie who owns and runs Moms4projects. A community dedicated to helping women (and especially mothers) succeed in business.

FullSizeRender (15)Meet Emily who decided to turn her passion in arts and crafts into a business of her own. She runs Emuniqueletters which you can follow on Instagram to check out her unique and beautiful designs. Very useful as gifts and for those who want to decorate their kids rooms!FullSizeRender (9)FullSizeRender (8)We also met the girls who run Kunyit Grocer who run out of a Facebook account. They deliver fresh organic produce straight to your doorstep! Very interesting and healthy alternative to all the chemical and preservative infused food of today!FullSizeRender (14)This is Joyce of who blogs about healthy eating tips for kids! Check out her blog for some very interesting recipes to try out for your little one.


Can’t remember what I was sharing but someone must’ve said something funny🙂IMG_4845

Missed out on the group picture as I left just before! But it’s ok because will be catching up with all these lovely ladies again at the fair on 7-8 May at The School, Jaya One. Do join us if any of you are free as there will be lots to buy and fun filled activities to entertain the kids!



Babydash Coffee Morning

Lavinie and I have been talking a lot lately about how we do not want to just end up another faceless e-commerce site. We wanted to meet our customers and listen to them, find out what they think we could do better or more of.

That’s why we decided to have our first ever Coffee Morning last week at the Aether Cafe (Taman Tun).

We want our customers to know that we are mummies too and that we know what they are going through. We also want our customers to know we don’t just add stuff to sell on our site, we do lots of research, read reviews and really understand the products before we decide to add them to our site.

We’d like to thank our sponsors, Mustela Malaysia for sponsoring some lovely goody bags for the event! We also gave out Goo.N diapers for our customers to try and see if they liked.

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We met lots of other mummy entrepreneurs as well! Like Joyce who runs a food blog; Angie who runs, Liyana who owns MananaCovers, Sangeeta from Mama Preloved Books KL…and many more.

We shared a bit about Babydash…how we started and where we’d like to get to. Listened to great feedback and suggestions on what we could do more of! Thank you everyone for your valuable feedback and ideas!

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There was great food…hmmm…didn’t get a photo of the nutella and salted caramel mille crepes (they were yum!)

Adorable bubs…

Books and products on display…

And excellent conversations!

Thank you all for joining us! We hope to have many more of these to come. It was so nice to have a day out, meet our customers who have now become friends…and to share experiences with like-minded mummies!


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Which breast pump?!?!


I just wanted to put a simple post up to help give mummies a view in terms of which breast pump they should use. A quick google search got me completely confused….there were so many review sites filled with technical jargon and intricate details about the differences in valves, tubing and electric parts it was like discussions about car motors as opposed to just breast pump motors.

This post is meant to keep it simple. It’s based on what most mums tells us about the pumps they’ve bought from us.

When we ask mums which brand they trust for breast pumps – the answer is usually Medela or Spectra. More recently we have been hearing the other brands like Lacte and Unimom being asked for.

To break it down. We think you mummies should ask yourselves 2 questions:

  • Manual or electric?
  • If electric, do I want effectiveness or portability?


  • Manual or electric

To figure out whether you want a manual pump or an electric one is simple, it’s a question of how much you want to manually pump versus have an electric motor do it for you. Mums who are used to manual pumps say that it’s easier as after a couple of pumps, the milk pretty much flows on its own. Those who are used to electric ones will swear by those instead though so it’s really a personal preference. If you don’t mind trying manual, you could get this Medela Harmony ( to try it out and see if you like it. It’s not too expensive so worth giving it a go to see if you might prefer manual pumps to electric ones.

  • If you’ve decided on electric pump

Then you need to decide whether you value effectiveness of the pump versus portability. Most breast pump brands will have the lower end range which tends to be less effective but smaller and much more portable, and the higher end, double pumps which are generally more bulky and difficult to lug around. If you plan to do most of your pumping at home, then go for the higher end models which have stronger motors.

All our pumps can be found at this link:

If you want portable but not as effective: Spectra Dew300 (RM371), Spectra S1 (RM769.56), Medela Swing (RM699), Unimom Allegro (RM274.54)

If you want to top-end bulky but effective ones: Spectra M1 (RM430.36), Medela Freestyle (RM1999), Medela Swing Maxi (RM1499), Spectra 9 (RM689), Unimom Forte (RM338.14), Lacte Duet (RM417.89)

If you ask us which brand to go for, we really have to say it’s a personal preference at the end of the day. We have heard different things from different mums about the same breast pump. For example some love Medela and swear by them….whereas other mums love Spectra and say that’s the best by far. We’ve also heard lots of good things about Unimom and Lacte Duet.

Feel free to call us on 016-6761101 if you want a more in depth discussion about the different types of pumps we have.

We hope this post has been able to help some of you.

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