"Get a breast pump! Even if you are planning to exclusively breastfeed. Studies show that if you begin pumping your breasts on your day of delivery, your milk will come in faster and it will help to build your supply."
"Nursing pillows aren't all that necessary either. Bed pillows are great. Imagine trying to use this right after you give birth...how will you position it around your post-partum belly? It doesn't work that way. Same with the My Breast Friend...These are best for when the baby gets a little bigger and you've mastered positioning and latching your baby by other means."
"Nice to have if you know you'll be partying...1 drink, wait 2 hours to feed, 2 drinks, wait 4 hours and so on. Do not dump your pumped milk! Store it in freezer and mark it with an "A" for alcohol. Later when baby is bigger, combine this milk with other milk. More volume for a larger baby is easily metabolized. A 6 month old can drink those few ounces of "alcohol" milk and be fine, but not a 6 day old..."