Nursing in public? That’s another story. Heck, I didn’t even formula feed in public with Ryder, being too embarrassed to admit that I was giving my baby manufactured milk (crazy, I know, but postpartum guilt is an evil enabler). So it’s no surprise that I’m just a little reluctant to bare the boob for all to see, even thought I’m pleased as punch with my efforts and consequent success.
That’s why I love Bebe au Lait Nursing Covers. Made from 100% cotton in an array of fabulous prints, they allow for discreet, stylish nursing in public. Now Baby Reid can feed on demand in comfort, while keeping eye contact with mommy thanks to the cover’s unique rigid neckline.
I selected the nursing cover in Sevilla because I loved it’s fun, modern pattern. While I took a few pictures with the cover for the purpose of this review, I feel that breastfeeding is a very intimate transaction between baby and mom, and therefore decided against posting my personal photos. However, check out the fab design of the Sevilla cover:
And the amazing selection from which you can choose:
Here’s what makes Bebe au Lait Nursing Covers great:
– Patent protected, 100% Cotton
– Terrycloth pocket detail for quick cleanup and storage of breast pads or pacifiers
– Machine washable
– Unique rigid neckline allows for ventilation, as well as direct eye contact with the baby
– Generous sizing keeps mommy completely covered during breastfeeding
– Multi-use: can be used as a nursing cover and as a sunshade to protect baby’s fragile skin from harmful UV rays when in a baby carrier or car seat/stroller
Besides the rigid neckline, I LOVE the terrycloth pocket detailing. I store my breast pads in the little pockets, and when Baby Reid is finished, use the soft corners to give his mouth a quick little wipe. The nursing covers make breastfeeding in public a breeze, and for shy mamas such as myself, give us the confidence to nourish our baby with fashion and flair!
One lucky Listen to Lena! reader will win a Bebe au Lait Nursing Cover in the fabric print of her choice. To enter, check out the designs, then leave a comment telling us which print you’d like to win.
You can also qualify for extra entries! Remember, you must leave a separate comment to claim your extra entry. You can:
(1) Follow my blog, Listen to Lena!
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(4) Tweet about this giveaway (here’s a tiny URL for you: http://tinyurl.com/2wk42lt)
(5) You may Tweet daily if you wish
I’ll draw for a winner at the end of September. Special thanks to Bebe au Lait, and good luck everybody!