Creating a Comfortable Nursing Area

Creating a Comfortable Nursing Area

Janie Lee
Sep 1, 2009

Knowing how much time I would spend feeding babies, I paid a lot of attention to planning and designing my nursing area. The first step was to find a comfortable rocker or glider. Jump below for more tips...

  • Lighting is important.
  • Your baby will be eating all hours of the day and night. Sometimes I wanted to sit in the dark, but other times I wanted to read a few pages of a good book. I found a small floor lamp that now sits right next to the glider. I can easily reach the switch to turn it on and off without disrupting baby.

  • Organize supplies and accessories.
  • I placed a small side table next to the glider to hold water (always thirsty!) and a MP3 docking station. I also placed a basket on the floor to hold burp cloths, some baby books, and other supplies.

  • Think about your needs.
  • You'll probably be spending a lot of time in the nursing area so think about what else you might want or need. My husband surprised me with a TV and headphones in the nursing area. If you have an older child, consider tucking in some crayons and paper or other quiet activity he can engage in while you're nursing.

    Other tips from our readers?

    (pic via Bloomacious)

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