Kids

Bébé Au Lait Announces 10 New Nursing Cover Designs

October 12, 2010 by momfarah
shefinds | Kids

Great news for breastfeeding mamas!  Bébé Au Lait will be releasing 10 new gorgeous nursing cover designs later this fall, bringing the total to over 30 different designs to suit your personal style.

Not familiar with Bébé Au Lait nursing covers?  They are truly a must have if you plan to breastfeed.  With a Bébé Au Lait nursing cover, you can nurse your baby confidently when you’re out and about and never have to worry about showing too much skin.  Trust me—I just got back from a family trip to Texas and nursed my baby comfortably on the plane, at the zoo, at the Children’s Museum, on a ranch…you get the picture.

Here’s a sneak peak at some of the new designs:

Bébé au Lait Royale Nursing Cover ($35)

Bebe au Lait Chateau Endive Nursing Cover Bébé au Lait Chateau Endive Nursing Cover ($35)

Hooter Hiders Avignon Nursing Cover Hooter Hiders Avignon Nursing Cover ($35)

Hooter Hiders Namotu Pink Nursing Cover

Hooter Hiders Namotu Pink Nursing Cover ($35)

Get Yours: bebeaulait.com

Find more new mom must-haves in our buying guides.

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