Mom Pick Monday | Breastfeeding in the KoalaKin Hands-Free Nursing Pouch

"KoalaKin" "Hands Free Breastfeeding" "Nursing Pouch" "KoalaKin Hands-Free Nursing Pouch" "Review"

As a mom of an on demand breastfed baby and a 3.5 year old who is go, go, go until he’s put to bed I wondered how I was going to spread my time.  Now, thanks to the KoalaKin Hands-Free Nursing Pouch, I don’t have to worry as much. The KoalaKin is great for moms like me who really need to multitask their time.

 

Why Use The KoalaKin?

"KoalaKin" "Hands Free Breastfeeding" "Nursing Pouch" "KoalaKin Hands-Free Nursing Pouch" "Review"

The KoalaKin is a great alternative to a sling or nursing pillow.

  • I love my sling, I am a huge fan of baby-wearing, but when it came to nursing in a sling I could never quite get it right until baby is older and able to sit up and nurse.  I also have friends who can’t use them at all due to shoulder and back issues.  The KoalaKin is completely adjustable and supports baby’s weight evenly on both shoulders and across your back thanks to the harness.
  • I also love my nursing pillow, but there are times in the day where I just don’t have the time to sit down and nurse for 20 minutes and not be able to multitask while doing it.  With the KoalaKin, I can get done what I need to while nursing my baby at the same time.

"KoalaKin" "Hands Free Breastfeeding" "Nursing Pouch" "KoalaKin Hands-Free Nursing Pouch" "Review"

HANDS-FREE!

The KoalaKin also helps breastfeeding moms to get their baby to latch properly.

  • Because your baby is complexly supported and brought up right to your breast, baby is in the perfect position to get a great latch.  Baby D and I have struggled with a shallow latch, and the nursing pouch really helps him to get a better latch.

The KoalaKin helps moms with back, shoulder, or neck issues.

  • Whether you are nursing with a sling or pillow, your posture is very important.  Especially when you have a prior issue with your back, shoulders, or neck.  The nursing pouch completely supports your back and neck, and keeps the weight distributed equally on your shoulders.  When wearing the KoalaKin you can’t help but to have good posture due to the design of the product.  I have found this a great relief to my neck which I have had pain in throughout my pregnancy.  Plus sometimes my arms get really sore holding baby in position all day.  This is a great way to give my arms the break they need!

Sizing:

  • For Baby:  The KoalaKin is for babies birth to 35lbs.  If your baby is under 24 inches, you would need a XS/S pouch, but if you have a longer baby (25-30 inches) make sure you order a M/L pouch.
  • For Mom: The KoalaKin is completely adjustable. It has adjustable straps on the shoulders, around the bust line, and even adjusts the pouch for growing baby.  I have full confidence as I lose weight postpartum I will always be able to get a perfect fit for my body.

Check out my Video Review:


I look forward to using the KoalaKin for at least Baby D’s first year to help me accomplish all the breastfeeding goals I have set for myself.

Buy it!

The KoalaKin Hands-Free Nursing Pouch retails for $89.99.  It comes in both black and brown.  Additional pouches can be purchased for $39.99.

Be sure to check out KoalaKin on their website for more information, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter to keep informed!
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Emily is a wife & mom living the Las Vegas family life. The owner and writer at Our Knight Life, Emily loves sharing her two adorable boys, all things Disney, getting back into shape after baby, cloth diapering, breastfeeding, and family friendly product reviews.
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Comments

  1. This looks so cool, I wish it was around when mine were babies :) A friend just found out she’s pregnant last Friday, I will pass this link along :)

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    Emily Reply:

    Thank you Karen!!

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  2. That is the craziest looking thing! I had to use two hands because my boobs were so big so I bet this would have helped me so much!

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    Emily Reply:

    I hear you! Big boobs over here too! I was thrilled this helps!

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  3. I have never seen anything like that before! It looks great for babywearing while conveniently nursing! I wish I was still nursing so I could try it!

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    Emily Reply:

    Awe! I wish you could too! Such a cool product! They do say though, it should not be used as a baby-wearing device, but rather just to eat. :)

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  4. I’ve seen it in action and it truly is amazing! You and baby will love it!

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    Emily Reply:

    Thank you Emily, yes I do love it, the video below is actually me using it! Such a cool product!

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  5. this is totally amazing!! It looks so comfy and just look at D go, not even bothered one bit by your movement.

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    Emily Reply:

    Thanks Jennifer, yes he is all business when it comes to food! :)

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  6. Oh that is really neat! I’ve heard of people nursing in slings, but didn’t know they had a specific product like this. I spent many days holding baby to the breast while running a child out of somewhere dangerous, or answering the door, lol. Tis would have come in so handy!

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  7. What a cool product.

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  8. This looks like it would have helped me

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  9. Totally sharing with my sister who just came home with her newest bundle! Thanks!

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  10. How neat. I totally wish this was around when I was nursing my babies.

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  11. This looks so cool! Especially when you have a toddler to care for while you breastfeed

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  12. Wish I had one of these a couple of months ago with Gus was nursing non stop.

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  13. Wow, that takes all of the uncomfortableness of breast feeding out of the equation!

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  14. holy cow, that looks fantastic.

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  15. I must say that I’m pretty impressed with the positioning.

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  16. That is super cool!

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  17. I have to admit that is an interesting invention but the best part of breastfeeding for me was sitting and snuggling my baby while we share the moment.

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  18. That is awesome! I wish that was around when my kids were babies.

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  19. Wow how awesome! Now you can literally continue on about your day while still being a hands on (no pun intended) mama.

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  20. Oh I love this! I wish I had one when I was bfing my girls.

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  21. Wow, that is pretty dang neat. Happy fed baby and mom can get a couple of things done.

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  22. That is awesome! Wish it had been around when my boys were nursing.

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  23. This looks so helpful! Wish they had this when Babe was a babe.

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  24. That looks awesome! I could have used something like that 3 years ago!

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    Emily Reply:

    Who knows… maybe after this wedding… :)

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