Into the Mouths of Babies
Don't visit the Sistine Chapel without it.
Pope Francis latched on to controversy last month when he encouraged mothers of infants attending a service at the Vatican not to be shy about breastfeeding their babies. "If they are hungry, mothers, feed them, without thinking twice," the lacto-friendly pontiff said. "They are the most important people here."
Some welcomed the pope's encouragement as reasonable and humane. Others said stupid stuff that we won't bother repeating because it's common freaking sense that feeding a hungry baby is more important than the squeamishness of random passersby who should grow up already, it's 2014 for crying out loud.
And we'd like to add a further encouragement to breastfeeding moms: to use a My Brest Friend Deluxe Nursing Pillow when you're filling up your tike's milk-tank. It makes it easy to keep the baby in just the right feeding position without wrecking your back, shoulders, and arms. And the pockets mean you won't have to disrupt the feeding to grab your phone, burp cloth, or - yes - rosary.