135 W. 70th St., Ste. 1L, New York, NY, 10023
By jmd360 on 11/26/2006
I knew about the Upper Breast Side, but hadn't had a chance to go until after my baby was born. . I looked online and found a site activebabywear.com that sold the boob shirts, but I thought that if I went to the store that I could get the shirts faster rather than online. I also needed to get a nursing bra. they make you feel awful if you want to try any of the shirts on! The woman who helped me try on a bra, she sort of made me feel bad that I wasn't buying anything else. I would have bought the boob shirt but at the upper breast side it was $70, oline it was $54 and that includes shipping from Sweden! Only go if you desparately need a bra (order online! or go to the nursing/baby store in brooklyn - boing boing) or go if you want to try on the boob shirts or other products and then order online for cheaper!
By chrisjax11 on 1/3/2006
I was made to feel sub-human for wanting a subtle shawl to cover myself while breastfeeding. Not all of us are breast-nazi's. I was looking for comfort and found a judgemental sales staff that seems to cut-off 1/4 of the breastfeeding mom's by their attitude.
By Pricklyash on 10/18/2004
I needed a pump and left with great information on pumping, breastfeeding, and a complimentary gift. Every breastfeeder should know this place, it is a place of knowlegde and support for any woman concerned and curious about breastfeeding