Thursday, June 26, 2008

How Do You Hide Your Hooters?

I really can't take the credit for finding these adorable covers but I can definitely share with nursing mommy friends. Danielle from New Mommy Rant was telling me a couple of days ago how I needed to buy a Hooter Hider. A What? Yep a Hooter Hider. Come on you know you want to say it with me Hooooooooter Hiiiiiiiiiider! It's just fun to say isn't it?

With Madison I chose not to breastfeed for a list of reason too numerous and boring to get into now but I really do have my heart set on nursing this time around. I'm not the show all type of person that is willing to whip my girls out wherever I may be though. The solution to this problem was found when I checked out all of the nursing covers over at Bebe Au Lait. From what Danielle told me about the company their original name was Hooter Hiders but since becoming better known they are Bebe Au Lait. No matter what label is stitched onto the cover the covers are sooooo pretty and definitely on the list of gifts that I'll be purchasing not only for myself but also for all my expectant friends! My personal favorite is the cream soda cover. While I'm doing my shopping I think I'm also going to pick up a pack of their burp clothes that will not only make baby spit up look good but from the pictures it looks like the clothes will actually absorb it too! If you are nursing you need to check these covers up or share the site with your nursing mommy friends because they really are too cute to pass up!


Danielle said...

yay! Nothing like hiding your hooters in something fashionable!

Amy said...

love those! my gf Nicole just bought one because she is nursing Mason- she got hers in Modern Baby in Brick. she got the Soft Spot print, its fantastic!

PinksandBluesGirls said...

Hiding hooters wasn't something I even thought about when I was nursing my baby 27 years ago... in those days, moms were just "ordered" to seclude themselves. I remember Thanksgiving 1980, sitting in the car with the heat on... nursing my little darling while my entire family ate turkey dinners in a "family" restaurant. There was one nursing bra... no nursing covers... and many frowns regarding nursing at all. Well, I nursed my baby for 3 years (yes, years!) and loved every minute of it. I got very good at it, too... even in crowded places with no nursing covers.

By the way, also for numerous reasons, I was unable to nurse my first baby girl. 30 years later, both are perfect daughters... !!

Sharon - Pinks & Blues

Andrea said...

I've been eyeing the bebe au lait "hooter hiders" too! I neeeeeed one! ;)