3 in the Morning Never Looked so Good - Lynzy & Co.

3 in the Morning Never Looked so Good

A huge thank you to Le Mystere for sponsoring today’s post. As always, all opinions and thoughts are my own. 

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

There’s something about the quietness of the night and the hushing sounds of the noise maker that make me feel so nostalgic. So many nights that quickly turn into mornings that have me reaching for 2, 3 or even 4 cups of coffee. But when I take a few moments to look back upon all those nights where I have nursed both of my babies I know that these are the moments that I will miss most. 

When Olivia comes home from school and wants help with her homework and is having trouble communicating with other girls at school. When Ellie scores a soccer goal twice within the first half of the game. When Olivia is 2 hours late past curfew and I am up late on the coach anxiously awaiting her arrival. It’s these moments that I will miss the most. These 3 am moments that seem so exhaustingly difficult….

I will miss these the most.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Once my first baby officially gets settled in to her college dorm room for the first time. When my youngest gets married and has their own babies. 

These are the moments I will miss the most.

The quiet moments at 3 am when I nursed you back to sleep and held your hand in my hand as we shut our eyes and dreamed about the world being a better place. Because in this moment, right here, right now…we are both safe. We are both in each other’s arms and comforting each other.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Breastfeeding for me has taught me so many different things. One being perseverance. Fighting through the pain in order to get to these moments now was worth every single second. 

And one other that comes immediately to mind is the calmness of it all. In a day and age where everything feels so rushed and busy is the theme of every day…

it’s comforting to me that I get to take this time every day to sit and relax with my baby. It allows me to separate myself from my anxieties and worries and be in the moment with her. This is what matters. Just this. Right now in this moment.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Finding the perfect nursing bra has been a challenge to say the very least. Some give little support, some give too much support. This nursing bra by Le Mystère is one of my favorites. It’s delicate and romantic but at the same time supports you so well. It easily unclips to make breastfeeding easy. They have two gorgeous nursing bras on the market right now and I promise you that it’s worth every penny. I wear it every day and a good bra can go a long way. 

This one is my favorite..

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Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

Thoughts on nursing into the wee hours of the morning. Being a mom is tough, tiring work. But it sure is the best work in the entire world.

 Le Mystère and I want to give one of these nursing bras to one of you! The perfect Mother’s Day present. 

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  1. I loved the snuggles with my baby while breastfeeding, and am looking forward to doing it again in a few weeks!

  2. I love being able to be close to my son and hold his hand during feedings. He always looks up and smiles at me and it completely melts my heart!

  3. I love when he’s still slightly awake and he twirls and plays with my hand and fingers so calmly, and looks into my eyes so sweet. It’s such an intense connection I love!

  4. Cherish every second. It goes by so fast. I relished in the moments of rocking my son in the night and it never frustrated me because I knew it wouldn’t last long and boy was I right. That is advice I always share with new moms. I have never heard of Le Mystère brand. I will be sure to share it with my cousin’s wife who just had her first child.

  5. You are so right!! Those are the days you will miss. I am done having kiddos and my youngest is 2. I look back on the days I could nurse my kids to sleep, and stop their tears with my breasts. It may sound weird, but I would almost give anything to do it one last time. You don’t realize in the rush of life how much those 3am feeding mean to you. Cherish every moment because before you know it…it’s gone.

  6. Many new moms are finding hard time to know what’s the perfect bra for breastfeeding. Nursing moms are really patient. I can’t imagine how painful it feels to actually have the baby get milk from breast.

  7. It is amazing how much we miss these things as the kids get older. Those special moments in the middle of the night where always my favorite with my kids. These sound like amazing nursing bras a good bra is a must have when nursing.

  8. This is such a beautiful post! It is so tough to wake up in the middle of the night, but those moments are some of the best. You see the beauty of your child and get to bond in the quiteness of it all. And you’re right, those moments go far too fast!

  9. I absolutely love this post. I have two kiddies (2.5 years and 8 months old) and I still nurse both of them. There are days when I feel like a crazy person for still nursing two kids but it really is such a special thing that brings my kids so much comfort. As my 2.5 year old gets more and more independent it makes my heart sing to know that she will always come back to me and share a quiet moment with me doing what we have done together since the day she was born. Breastfeeding isn’t always easy but all the pain and struggle is absolutely worth it.

  10. Aaah time really flies so fast. I also remember those times when I nursed my daughter. She’d fall asleep as I held her and I will just stare at her while sleeping peacefully.

  11. I was just reflecting on that peaceful time of night (4 years later). More often than not, I felt like I was barely awake and just nursing my daughter. Then there were those times, where we were both bright-eyed and awake and the quiet of everything around us made our moment together so special. Thank you for sharing and reminding me of this time.

  12. I love to breastfeed my baby,to hold her and to feel how relaxed and happy she is,love our snuggles at night time!

  13. I love the bonding. And the fact that I am creating/providing the main nutrients that are making my child grow-amazing!!!