With my first baby, I didn't nurse in public very often. I didn't know about Bebe Au Lait. I have visions of myself hunting for a private corner at Grand Central's food court and then attempting to nurse under a blanket. My baby kept trying to pull the blanket away, threatening a full disclosure, so I gave up and gave her formula.
One day, I noticed a woman nursing at Target. It was effortless. She was wearing a Bebe au Lait nursing cover and she was my new hero.
Bebe au Lait nursing covers have been vigorously tested for safety and usability. Bebe au Lait features a patented technology, called Rigiflex, that gives proper ventilation for baby and a view of the baby for the mother, all the while ensuring privacy. An adjustable neck strap allows every woman the perfect fit. There is even an inside pocket for breast pads or pacifiers. (I never knew where to put those darned pads! And who wants to drop one on the floor?)
Bebe au Lait nursing covers are available in a large variety of sophisticated prints and attractive solids. All dressed up in a little box, Bebe au Lait is a thoughtful gift for expecting Moms.
Fast forward to my second baby and my nursing in public was down to a science. Yes, I could nurse at Target. I nursed at the playground while helping my older daughter down the slide. I even mastered Grand Central's food court.
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