Bébé au Lait: A Favorite Of Celeb Moms & Everyday Mom

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A whole new way to breastfeed!

Bébé au Lait is a California based company that was established in 2004 and gained fame through their award winning stylish nursing cover and burp cloths.

Celebrities like How I Met Your Mother‘s, Alyson Hannigan love Bébé Au Lait. As of recent, the actress’ newborn daughter Keeva was spotted cuddling with a Bébé au Lait Lille throw blanket. The brands popularity doesn’t stop their though because ‘normal’ moms love their soft fabrics too! When Ava was born I had the pleasure of trying out the nursing Covers and burp Cloth.  Both were life savers.

I respect woman who can bare their breast and have no problem with it, but unfortunately that is not me.  Before I got the Bébé au Lait nursing cover, I would constantly struggle to cover myself. If I were out I would run to the car, so no one would see me and if I had people over I would go in the other room. Not only was that a pain, but I hated covering my daughter with a blanket because they are thick and not breathable.

When I started using the Bébé au Lait nursing cover my life completely changed. The nursing cover has a RigiFlex™ rigid neckline, a adjustable neck strap, and pockets for the basics. I could openly breastfeed my daughter while feeling comfortable and have her covered without worrying about her not being able to breath right. The nursing covers also come in over 20 different stylish designs.

Their burp clothes are also great. I love the thick and luxurious feel of them. They are 100% cotton terry and feature the brands signature patterns.  Meaning you can have the same design burp clothes as your nursing cover.  Perfect for the stylish mom!

To learn more about Bébé au Lait you can visit there website.

GIVEAWAY - Bebe Au Lait has agreed to give one of our lucky readers (1) Katori Gift Set which includes a nursing cover and 3 matching burp cloths. The suggested retail price for a gift set is $50.00. If you are interested in winning please leave a comment about your breastfeeding experiences or if you are expecting what are your worries about breastfeeding? The winner will be contacted Thursday, October 25 2012 by email.

Thank you, for all your entries. The lucky winner is Cheryl.




Comments

  1. tabitha says

    I am looking to breastfeed. this will be my first baby. and just the thought of breastfeeding in public or even at a family’s house with no cover up of any kind makes me so nervous!

  2. Tori b. says

    I struggled with breastfeeding as my son was in the NICU for 2.5 weeks and would take to breast. We started slowly starting just with skin to skin, then offering him the breast, the slowly but surely we went from 1 feed a day to being solely breastfed! I’m glad I stuck with it through the tears and endless screaming because I now have a different kind of bond with my baby boy.

  3. maria says

    i am expecting our first in february and would love to win these! i just know so many struggle with latching issues and getting the chance to breastfeed for a full year, etc. i hope it works well for me!

  4. Mary says

    I am expecting my first baby this December and am so excited. I am planning to nurse him and am worried about privacy and nursing in public places. I will be visiting friends and family and will need to find a way to discreetly nurse him without making him or myself uncomfortable. ;o)

  5. Brenda says

    Im expecting my second baby in March. I breast feed my first baby for 9 months, I was hoping to go longer but I got pregnant again, so he stopped on he’s own. I had no trouble with breasfeeding. I had heard from females that it hurt, so I was a little scared. But it didn’t. It was a wonderful feeling and I felt closer to my baby. I truly believe that breastfeeding is the best thing you can do for your baby. It’s rare if my baby gets sick, he’s 13 months now and has only gotten a running nose once. He’s very healthy and I’m pleased that I was able to breastfeed him and looking forward to breastfeeding my next baby. I only wish I had the Bebe an lait to help me cover myself while breastfeeding my first baby.

  6. Cheryl says

    I am expecting my first and am also concerned regarding nurising in social situations. This seems like the perfect fit. Would love to have one of these :)

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