I really really do use the top.  A lot.  An awful lot. I can't tell you how much of a difference it makes to my own sleep to remain warm when the little one wants her milk -- before this, it was either some kind of jacket with zippers that was not comfortable to sleep in, getting twisted up in a blanket draped around the shoulders, or just being COLD.  I'm definitely in your co-sleeping, hard-wearing camp. I have worn this top every night since it came... 

 

I wish I had found out about your company in 2009 though, because I would have bought out the store given how frustrated I was with finding tops I could wear and pump.  There's nothing nice about having your torso completely exposed while pumping in the office, even if you have a private space!.  But, I still do look for professional  clothes that are nursing-friendly because my daughter often wants to nurse when I pick her up from daycare after work. More apropos, I do co-sleep with  my daughter still and she does nurse evening and morning; living in Boston, I've been craving some kind of warm lightweight sleeping top that I can nurse in without being too exposed, and this top has definitely met the bill.

Jane (Boston, Massachusetts)