Any Suggestions on Nursing Covers?

Dani - posted on 10/09/2009 ( 14 moms have responded )

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I used a hooter hider with my first and can't seem to find it. Before I run out and get a new one for baby two, thought I'd see if there were any recommendations for great nursing covers?

Thanks!

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Melissa - posted on 10/14/2009

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my sister in law makes and sells breast feeding covers if you would be interestead please let me know

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Jessica - posted on 10/16/2009

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I got one at wal mart, probably the same or similar to the shawl one you said you looked at. It works great! Relatively cheap too.

Hannah - posted on 10/16/2009

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I love my nursing cover! I can still see my baby get latched on and watch her and it totally covers me well. I bought it on etsy.com from Lilacs & Lolipops vendor.

Brandy - posted on 10/14/2009

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I use a pareo/ sarong. Very long/wide enough to cover entire torso, lightweight, folds up small enough to fit in your purse, very breatheable for baby...Oh! And very cheap! Just tie two corners together, drape over one shoulder, and under the other arm, put baby under, and there you go!

Dani - posted on 10/10/2009

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Thank you Ladies!! Went to Target today and the only option that I saw was a cape that looked like a shawl. Only problem was that it was black and I think that would be too warm. Why in the world it wasn't a lighter color? I'll check out uttercover in a bit!

Dani

Kimberly - posted on 10/10/2009

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I once saw a crazy-ridiculous looking hat that actually seemed like it might be a fun nursing 'cover.' Problem is I don't remember the name. It was French, I think. Anyway, it was like a huge floppy sunhat you'd put on the baby and the big wide brim part would cover Mama, too. Personally, I found my hooter hider was more trouble than it was worth and I just invested in several nursing tank tops to wear when I went out in public. That way my belly stayed covered and the only part of my breast that needed to be out was the part the baby covered up with his head. (LOVE Glamourmom nursing tanks!)

Kelcie - posted on 10/10/2009

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if you go to uttercover.com and type the promo code "cute2" or "classy2" you can get a cover for free just pay the 8.95 for shipping

Karen - posted on 10/10/2009

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Walmart has a nice drap that gives plenty of wiggle room for positioning and elbow room for mama. Seems roomy enough although my daughter is having nothing to do with a cover over her little head lol.

Jessica - posted on 10/09/2009

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Target has covers of some sort...it's a cape-like thing that lets you still be able to look down at baby, don't know what it's called. I just used a receiving blanket, when & if we covered

Danielle - posted on 10/09/2009

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I didn't even knew they made those!!! I normally use two blankets one to wrap around him and then i drape one over my back!!!! that's always worked me for, thats sweet they make something like that lol!

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