FREE Breast Feeding Covers – Up For Grabs!

March 11th, 2010


If you haven’t signed up for your FREE breast feeding cover from UdderCovers, do it now before the offer ends!  Go to this website, choose the cover you want, and use promo code ONEFREE to waive the cost (regularly $32).  You only pay a shipping and handling fee of $9.95.   I actually ordered two additional covers in additional to the free one.  I got them in the mail a couple weeks ago and LOVE them so much I don’t know how I got on without them before!

I ordered 3 in total because I don’t do laundry every day and want to have enough to last at least a week.  I figured since I was paying shipping and handling anyway, why not order more at the same time (they only charge $1 per additional item).

All breastfeeding covers from UdderCovers are machine washable and made of 100% cotton.  A flexible but rigid ring at the neckline creates an open space that lets you see your baby while you’re nursing.  This neckline is fully adjustable.

I wished I knew these breastfeeding covers existed when I had my first daughter.  I used to have to schedule my errands around her feeding times.  Oh well.  I’m still grateful I get to use them for my younger daughter now.

UdderCovers sends their covers by USPS 1st class mail, within two business days after you place your order.  According to their refund policy, you can ask for a refund within 14 days if you regret your purchase.  Conditions apply so please see UdderCovers for more details.

Click here to get your free breastfeeding cover now! (Remember to use coupon code ONEFREE to get it for free.)

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Breast Feeding Covers – What Are They?

March 11th, 2010

A lot of breastfeeding mothers are faced with a common problem when trying to breastfeed in public – how can you do it discreetly in a way that you don’t flash anybody?

Although many moms find it embarrassing to be breastfeeding in public, they really shouldn’t feel this way, as this is the most natural act in the world.  To avoid exposing themselves accidentally, some moms choose to switch to the bottle.  This is very unfortunate because natural breast milk contains so many more nutrients than formula does.  Even if they were to feed breast milk through the bottle, they would still be missing out on the bonding that takes place during breastfeeding.

Nursing stations are a nice alternative, except you can’t always locate one right when your baby’s screaming to be fed.  There just aren’t enough of those around.  And when your baby is hungry, s/he can’t wait, at all.

So how do you get around the problem?  Sometime ago, someone (no doubt a nursing mom!) created breast feeding covers, also known as nursing covers, to allow nursing moms to nurse in public without risking exposure their bosoms.  Breast feeding covers are shawls that you can wrap around yourself and your baby to hide them from everybody’s view – except that of your own.  There’s a neck strap you can use to secure the shawl to your neck, and the cover’s neckline has a ring that keeps the shawl away from your baby’s face so you can look down at your baby while breastfeeding.  This way, your baby enjoys fresh air while being shielded from distractions.

Breast feeding covers are really easy to use.  I keep several of them in my diaper bag.  When I need to nurse, I find a place to sit down, get out my breast feeding cover, stick my head through the strap, adjust it, put my baby under the cover, pull the cover around my shoulder, undo my nursing bra, and allow my baby to latch on.

Moreover, makers of breast feeding covers are realizing that nursing moms want to look good even while nursing!  Many breast feeding covers nowadays are trendy and chic looking.  There is such a wide selection of patterns and styles to choose from, that you’ll certainly find something that suits your taste.

Right now, you can request for a FREE breast feeding cover from a company called UdderCovers (cute name don’t you think?).  Simply go to this website, choose any cover you want, and enter the promo code ONEFREE at checkout to eliminate the cost.  All you pay is shipping and handling.  If you want one, click here to go to the UdderCovers website.

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