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GIVEAWAY: Bebe Au Lait Nursing Cover!

Win a nursing cover from Bebe au Lait!

Back when I was pregnant, and even in the early days of breastfeeding, I kind of scoffed at the whole “nursing cover” concept.  I assumed it was just one more of those things that stores make you think you absolutely need or your baby will die, but in reality is probably useless.  Why can’t I just toss a blanket of my shoulder?  Same thing, right?

For the first few weeks of breastfeeding, the blanket trick worked just fine.  Cullen nursed peacefully like a little angel and didn’t even notice what was happening.  Well my little angel has grown to four months old now, and the days of peaceful nursing are long over.  He grabs and pulls on anything near him these days, including any blankets draped discretely over my exposed boobs.

Ahhhh, so THAT’S what those nursing covers are for.  Find out how to win one for yourself!

I was lucky enough to be sent a nursing cover from Bebe au Lait, just in time for my vacation to Hawaii.  I quickly discovered that having a nursing cover makes nursing in public so much easier and more convenient.

Cullen still flailed and grabbed at the fabric, but because of the flexible neckline he was less bothered by it since he was able to see my face.  It helped me to be able to look down and make sure he was latched okay, and to reassure him with smiles as I did my best not to flash a boob to anyone who passed.

Now that I have the nursing cover, I feel much more comfortable and confident nursing out of my house.  Thank you Bebe au Lait for this great product, and great opportunity!

Now it’s your turn to win one of your own…


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