Whether it’s taking your little one to their first doctor’s appointment or going out to dinner, taking baby out for the first time is always an exciting time for a new mama! We offer some tips to make that first outing go smoothly. 

Be Prepared for Baby's First Outing

Once you bring your newborn home, it can be hard to get out of your daily schedule, and leaving the house isn’t always easy with a baby. Instead of only getting yourself ready, it means you’ve got to get two people dressed and packed for the trip, whether it's a simple trip to the store or a longer outing. With preparation, taking baby out for the first time can be a fun and memorable experience!

Below we have put together a list of things you can bring to prepare for your baby’s first time out of the house:

  • Extra set of clothes, maybe two. Spit up and blowouts are simply unavoidable.
  • Diapers, diapers, diapers. And more diapers, plus some wipes.
  • Changing pad. Be ready to change a diaper anytime, anywhere.
  • If you are “pro-pacifier” don’t forget a couple of those. Pacifiers are good way to help baby self-soothe.
  • Last but not least, your breast pump and feeding supplies! Plus, see below how you can get yours at no cost to you and your family.

Breast Pumps offer Easy Feeding On-the-Go

At Aeroflow Breastpumps, we know that you want the best for your little one and our Breastpump Specialists want to help make that happen too. Remember that nothing promotes a healthier entrance into the world more than making the decision to breastfeed your baby.

While we know breastfeeding doesn't work for everyone, the vitamins and nutrients that breast milk offers outweigh any other alternative to feeding your baby. Plus, it can save a lot of money when you do not have to buy formula weekly!

The breastfeeding journey can also be a lot easier with an electric breast pump. Whether you exclusively pump or haven’t even thought about whether you will need one, an electric breast pump allows you to store milk for your partner and other family members to feed baby creating bonds for life.

Insurance Covered Breast Pumps

The good news is that you could also get your pump for free under your insurance plan thanks to the Affordable Care Act and the help of Aeroflow Breastpumps. The Breastpump Specialists at Aeroflow are trained to contact your insurance company and verify your coverage to see if it will cover the cost of breastfeeding support and supplies.

After your Breastpump Specialist confirms your coverage, they will contact you to let you know what your pump options are. All you need to do is fill out the Qualify Through Insurance form and our specialists will take care of the rest. If you need more immediate assistance, give us a call directly at (844) 867-9890. We look forward to assisting you!

Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.