Mh9 Reviews Dairy Fairy: The Bra That Changes Our Lives

My daily morning ritual. Can you tell I'm doing 3 things at once?!

My daily morning ritual. Can you tell I'm doing 3 things at once?!

Whoever said muliti-tasking is a myth was not a breastfeeding mom with a Dairy Fairy Arden bra. This morning I was doing my make up, checking my e-mail and pumping at the same time.

I have tried on more nursing bras than I can count and was having trouble finding the right fit. Before the Arden, I had a few bras that I would wear regularly, but depending on how recently I had pumped I would often be spilling out of one side or the other. The Arden accommodates my asymmetries beautifully with its adjustable cup sizes.

Today's pump and go outfit: Vintage blazer, Parker top, J.Crew skirt, Samantha Pleet for Wolverine boots, Dairy Fairy Arden Hands Free Pumping Bra. I’m a 34DD to E and the size large fits me comfortably.

Today's pump and go outfit: Vintage blazer, Parker top, J.Crew skirt, Samantha Pleet for Wolverine boots, Dairy Fairy Arden Hands Free Pumping Bra. I’m a 34DD to E and the size large fits me comfortably.

The Arden is also very easy to use when breastfeeding. No wrestling a hungry baby while trying to get unclipped. Just pull to the side, and pull back up when your baby is done.

Being able to comfortably hands-free pump without changing my bra or strapping on a contraption means a more efficient me, more milk for Myri and finally more sleep! In fact, I’m pumping while I write this post.


Look no hands! Never thought I'd be smiling as I pump and work.

Look no hands! Never thought I'd be smiling as I pump and work.

I've always been small chested even after giving birth. I own nursing bras, but found that I'm able to use regular bras that don't have underwire support if I sized up. In fact I tend to wear regular bras more often to avoid the "uni-boob" effect I get from nursing bras. So I foolishly thought bras made specifically for pumping were just a "nice to have". That is, until I tried the Rose Hands Free Pumping Bra from Dairy Fairy. 

Today's pump and go outfit: Zara sweater and faux leather shorts, Alexander Wang loafers, Dairy Fairy Rose Hands Free Pumping Bra in size small (I'm a 34 B).

Today's pump and go outfit: Zara sweater and faux leather shorts, Alexander Wang loafers, Dairy Fairy Rose Hands Free Pumping Bra in size small (I'm a 34 B).

Trying to meet demanding deadlines, attend meetings and still find time to pump is stressful. By the time I make it to the "Mother's Room", I'm stressed out and thinking about a million things which lately has been affecting my output. Seeing a scant amount of milk pumped heightens my stress level, further affecting my supply. It's a hard cycle to reverse, but it can be done! With Josie, I'm completely hands-free which allows me to work on my laptop while pumping. This is key. I no longer feel guilty or rushed for taking time to pump since I'm working. In fact, I tend to pump longer. Josie has become my new breast friend. The bra itself looks like a normal bra and has good support. My husband even commented that I looked sexy in it. Thank you Dairy Fairy for answering my pleas. Now if you could just make more colors :) 


Dairy Fairy was a game changer for us. Hopefully it will be for you too. Want to give it a try? Milkhaus9 users get 20% off on any product! Check out Dairy fairy's site and use this promo code: milkhaus