Nobody said having a baby was easy, but nobody ever mentioned to me how hard breastfeeding my first child was going to be! After a premature delivery and a little girl who just too little to latch I found myself exclusively pumping during my nursing journey. It truly was an around the clock task.
Similarly, Katherine Hornbostel, a PhD mechanical engineering student at MIT, was in this exact predicament when her twin babies struggled to latch. Her life revolved around the endless loop of pumping, storing milk, bottle feeding, cleaning bottles, and pumping, and she knew there had to be a way to streamline the process. That’s when she came up with the idea for thePump2Baby Bottle, an invention that allows moms to feed their babies breast milk as it’s being pumped.
And Guess What? It’s only $15!