Mommy’s Watches: Breast Milk Savers

They say don’t cry over spilled milk, but are you allowed to cry over SPOILED milk? All those long hours of breastfeeding, pumping, bagging, and labeling….only to be thrown out because you are unsure whether or not it sat out too long. Mommy’s Watches track the temperature and time of breast milk bottles and bags, so that you no longer have to throw out milk “just in case”.  These watches eliminate the guesswork on the quality and safety of breast milk. To use simply press the button on the base of the watch to reset the clock, and place the watch on the bottle/bag you want to use. To check and see if your milk is still good, press the button again. The checkmark and X will light up green or red to indicate if the timer is still good, or if time has run out.  This patent pending product is saving mothers time, and breast milk all over the USA! They are reusable, have a one-year battery life, and fit most breastfeeding bottles/bags. They can’t be microwaved, placed in a dishwasher, or used in a bottle warmer.  Mommy’s Watches comply with FCC rules and regulations, and are made of food grade silicone. This product is definitely becoming a huge help in the breastfeeding community!

Breast Milk Storage Guidelines

Room Temperature- 3 to 6 hours

Insulated cooler- 1 day

Fridge- 3 to 5 days

Freezer- 2 weeks

Self-contained freezer- 3 to 6 months

Deep Freezer- 6-12  months

Order Mommy’s Watches today!

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*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*
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  1. This is a cool product. My daughter is a little bit past this stage now, but I think this would have been wonderful when she was a baby.

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  2. This is a genius idea! When I was breastfeeding I always wondered if I had left the milk out too long or if it was good. When I have another kid, I am getting these!

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  3. I’m going to send this article to my friend, she’s just returned to work from maternity leave and she is regularly expressing milk. This is really helpful, thanks

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