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There are some amazing, new items on the market for breastfeeding mamas that seriously change the game. Prices are also staying affordable as new items it the market, so I put together a fabulous gift guide for breastfeeding mamas that is completely budget friendly, yet screams high-end. 

Think beautiful carriers, wraps, bags and more that will be the perfect gift under the tree for any breastfeeding/new mommy. This is basically my wish list as a breastfeeding mama myself, so I thought I would share it here. 

Gift #1: A Beautiful Wrap (that’s easy to wrap!)

I love the idea of a wrap, but I never want to actually wrap. But I love the look of this one, which is on Amazon, and is less expensive than other brands. It still looks stylish, and it has the ring/sling option too! 

Gift #2: A t-shirt wrap: 

These look amazing, and I want one for Christmas to try! I think it will be much more comfortable to wear around the house, and you can’t go wrong with the all black. 

Gift #3: A Leather Diaper Bag (or faux leather):

I personally think a clean, faux leather bag looks so high-end. I found this one to put on my wish list, and I wanted to share it. It isn’t nearly as expensive as some of the more popular brands, but looks just as nice!

Gift#4: On the go bottle bag:

This bran on Amazon is pretty expensive, but I found their bottle bags to be really well priced, and still super pretty. 

Gift #5: Travel bottle warmer

How sleek are these bottle warmers? This is a super high-quality brand as well, but I thought the price was great. 

Gift #6: Award-winning breast milk bottles

These bottles are specifically designed for breast milk storage. They are still very affordable, and a great gift for a breastfeeding mama. Their shape and design is award-winning, so you know you are getting a good product!

Gift #7: Hands-Free Breast Pump

This is on my list to try because it is so much more affordable than some of the other hands-free pumps out there like the willow, but it essentially does the same thing. It is well under $100, which is a steel compared to the pricier options. 

Gift #8: Beautiful Stroller with Bassinet

I am obsessed with this stroller, and I have it on my wish list! It is under $200, and the bassinet converts to a toddler seat! I LOVE that! I’ve had a lot of strollers, and this one has great reviews. I will hopefully get it, and be able to review it more in-depth when I do. I thought this color was really fun too. 

Gift #9: A beautiful laundry basket

This is an easy gift that every breastfeeding and new mommy needs. Babies come with so much laundry, and you can always use another laundry basket. 

Gift #10: A Nursery Light + Noise Machine:

I love the design of this light and noise machine. It has a soft light for late feedings, as well as a noise machine to keep baby asleep as long as possible. 

Gift #11 A Foldable High Chair:

I’ve had a lot of high chairs, and the simpler they are the better. One that you can fold up and put away is essential, and a great gift idea for new mommies! This one converts to a smaller chair as babies get older too!

Gift #12: A Great Baby Play Mat

This is on my list because my baby is now ready for a play chair and mat. I found this one and thought it looked super nice, yet wasn’t as expensive as some of the other ones. 

Gift #13: A Nice Diaper Clutch

This is a fun one on my list, and you can throw this in your purse with a couple diapers and wipes when on the go! I think it is so cute too!

Gift #14: A Breastfeeding Necklace

This one is so pretty, and it is for baby to hold while nursing, or to chew on while you are holding them. It is gorgeous, BPA free, and marble. 

Gift #15:  Stroller Caddy

Every mama needs a stroller caddy, and this one is so pretty! I have this on my list for at least one of my strollers.

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