Post baby style with @iamjennyhofit
A big congratulations on the arrival of baby Stella for @iamjennyhofit! Jenny writes - Welcome to the world Stella Luna Mendez Ho! We waited very patiently to meet you and little did we know what a bundle of joy you would turn out to be. You have absolutely graced us with your presence. You’ve had such a strong grip on us since day 1. Your so alert, sweet and funny! You’ve been such a good girl. We cannot wait to experience this new life with your warmth in it. You are going to be such a strong little warrior princess.
Jenny looks gorgeous in our Anika nursing henley dress in soft ribbed cotton. It has easy nursing access and the 2 x 1 rib fabric is so soft on your skin without being clingy.
This popular nursing dress for new mamas is also available in black, fuschia and navy.
Our stunning Mercer nursing top is soft and easy to wear when feeding bub on the go. To breastfeed just pull down the top layer and lift up the inner crop layer - this keeps feeding baby discreet and mum fully covered while feeding.
Congrats to Jenny and her beautiful family! See more of Jenny's mama journey here
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