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From Land Of Mom
SITTING PRETTY AND HANDSFREE WITH EMILY IRONI
Emily Ironi AKA The Dairy Fairy attempts to make one of the most challenging and frustrating parts of motherhood just a tiny tad bit easier, more efficient, and more attractive.
Providing breast milk to our babies can be quite a roller coaster ride for moms. There are all kinds of questions. "Is baby getting enough milk? Is baby able to latch? How often should baby nurse? How do I grow my frozen stash? How can I try to come to terms with the changes that my body has just undergone?"
The Dairy Fairy offers bras and tanks that try to solve the challenges that came with nursing and pumping. Their ingenious intimates are beautiful, supportive and can be worn all day long. (No more changing in and out of pumping bras or wearing bras that look like they belong to your grandmother!)
"OUR PRODUCTS REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE NOT ONLY A MOM, BUT ALSO A WOMAN."
As a business owner and a single mother, it is a "delicate balance" to manage work, life, and motherhood.
"I am 100% responsible for Arden and that puts a lot of pressure on the business to thrive. It takes discipline to “check out” of work at the end of the day. I used to keep my phone handy during dinner, until I realized I was literally being rude to my mini dinner mate. So now my phone stays in another room and my dinner companion has my undivided attention.
I try to use similar tactics with other life/work situations.Emily's favorite self-care routine is rather simple: take a shower and schedule regular hair colorings and pedicures. On a day-to-day basis, she focuses on eating "healthy-ish" and "watching some bad reality TV" to get her mind off the day.
The Dairy Fairy is a great resource for support and assistance for new and experienced moms alike. In addition to providing ways for moms to simply feel better about their postpartum bodies, they also work with many organizations that promote education for breastfeeding moms. They often donate bras to many groups that support and advocate for breastfeeding moms, such as the La Leche League, the County Clinics in Georgia and the San Diego Breastfeeding Center. They have participated in breastfeeding events to help normalize breastfeeding, including over eight regional Latch On events and others that provide education.