Mary Annalee & Daniella Jane are so cute!
I found that at night none of the nursing pads I used worked because I was lying down the milk just used to run out of me! What I used to do was fold up a toweling nappy lengthways and put it across my bust underneath a reasonably firm fitting singlet and then that was the only wet thing when I got up in the morning.
As nursing pads are relatively expensive I found that Rite Aid was a good medium between quality and price. I used these at the start for about 4 months or so and then the Tommee Tippee washable ones once I wasn't leaking so much and then the cost was gone. I am very budget conscious as you can probably tell!
4 lovely munchkins DD 10/03, DD 03/05, DS 10/06 &
Kel, Tas, mother to Ryan 5 mnths
but the most comffiest ones i tried were by johnsons
they didnt itch at all
they are in a purple box
by far the comfiest
Lillie....1 year old!!!
Kailee-02/10/03 & Broden-25/08/05
Jacquie, Mummy to Bailey, Tijana & Kaitlyn
I found (unfortunately do to the cost) that the bee's knee's of nursing pads were the "johnson and johnson" brand.
The one's that come in both white and beige (I found they were usually the cheapest at Big W - about $6 a packet) They are a bit like the Huggies nappies, they have that gel absorbency stuff in them and really swell up way before they leak.
And they say breast feeding is the cheapest option!!! HA