The Kelly Griege Bag by Sarah Wells – Aeroflow Breastpumps Review

This is a sponsored post by one of our guest posters.

A breast pump is an essential tool that helps support a mom’s breastfeeding journey. Using a breast pump can help manage engorgement, build up your milk supply, and offer a little more flexibility if you are planning to go back to work or school. Did you know your insurance will even cover a breast pump at no cost?

For all the wonders a breast pump does, it’s pretty hard to find a stylish breast pump bag… most breast pumps come with drab bags (if a bag at all) that lack all the storage pockets a new mom needs to stay organized. With this in mind, Sarah Wells designed her line of breast pump bags that give mom the convenience of a spacious tote while never sacrificing style.

The new Kelly Griege bag truly does it all and is a must-have for busy moms. This bag not only comes in a stylish pattern, but has all of the features moms love about Sarah Wells bags. With 8 pockets, you will never have to worry about staying organized. The bag can store any size breast pump, including large hospital-grade pumps.

Beyond the dedicated pump pocket, there are spacious interior pockets for your water bottles, pump accessories, and even a padded pocket to keep your laptop and electronics safe! A thermally lined pump pocket is perfect for storing breast milk, and can keep your milk supply or snacks chilled for up to 6 hours with ice packs.

Want to use the Kelly bag as a shoulder bag? Simply unhook the backpack straps and tuck them into the strap pocket for a quick and easy transition. The comfortable, padded straps ensure that you stay comfortable while toting around your pump and supplies.

The bag is able to safely store almost every brand and style of pump. It is compatible with the Medela Pump in Style (with or without a case) and Freestyle pump, as well as Hygeia, Freemie, Spectra, Ardo and Ameda breast pumps. The taller storage pocket allows for larger hospital-grade pumps as well.

If you need a breast pump, be sure to visit Aeroflow Breastpumps to qualify for a breast pump through your insurance. The process is super quick, easy, and best of all… free!

Disclosure: This is a guest post from one of our contriubutors. We received monetary compensation for this posting. All thoughts and opinions are those of our own. If you would like to see your product/service/company advertised, please contact us at Everything


  1. So amazing all the tech that’s coming out these days,nobody would ever k ow what you’re carrying in this.

  2. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    This sounds like a bag all breast feeding moms could use. I love it. Thank you for sharing

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