Be'Be' au Lait Review

 

I'd like to share with you about Be'Be' au Lait nursing covers. If you're not yet familiar with these, let me tell you...you're missing out. 

These covers are amazing in terms of design, quality, and functionality. These would help any nursing mother feel secure about feeding her little one anywhere. 

My sample cover is in the Newport print. It is a beautiful, lightweight cotton that is machine washable and very chic (if I do say so myself). 


I love the packaging for these nursing covers. You can see the design of the fabric in the cute little carrying case.

 

This nursing wrap is so big and roomy. There's a "peek-a-boo" top that allows mom to see baby as she's nursing but covers everything else so no one else can see.


Here's a side shot so you can see how the top bows out but the sides angle back and down to keep everything you'd like hidden, hidden.

 

This is one of my favorite things about the Be'Be' au Lait nursing cover. On the bottom corner of the cover, is this big, terry cloth pocket. A mom can use this to wipe baby's mouth, store baby's pacifier, and/or store her nursing pads. Wonderful! That is a GREAT touch to something that's already pretty neat.

Would you like to hear one more thing I LOVE about the Be'Be' au Lait nursing cover? A mom came up with it. YES! A product made by a mom who is proud to breastfeed is something I know I can trust. 

Here's some info from the website:

As a modern nursing mom, Claire became increasingly convinced that there was a way to cover Baby and Mother with ease and style allowing Mom to breastfeed whenever and wherever she needed to.

Claire decided to create her own nursing cover, the Hooter Hider (dubbed so by an outspoken male friend): an easy-to-use, machine washable, multi-purpose stylish cover designed with Baby and Mom in mind. The difference between the patent-pending Hooter Hider and other nursing covers is the rigid neckline allowing Mom and Baby unobstructed eye contact during feeding and other thoughtful features such as a small-item storage and clean-up pocket made from the softest terry cloth. Mom sees Baby...Baby sees Mom...discreet...on-the-spot cleanup...perfect! 
For almost 2 years the company was called Hooter Hiders. However, as the business grew, Ronnie and Claire felt the company needed a more refined name to reflect the sophisticated elegance and good taste the company strives to embody: Bebe au Lait. The already loyal following of Hooter Hider fans, however, called and emailed, "It will always be the Hooter Hider to us!" One customer called just to make sure that the Hooter Hiders logo would still be available when she had her baby - which she was yet to conceive!

For that reason, the beloved name was kept and now the same fashion-forward nursing covers sell under two brand names: Hooter Hiders for the tongue-in-cheek and Bebe au Lait for mommy chic. All fabrics are hand-selected and expertly designed with chic moms in mind. Their passion to create and innovate the most beautiful and functional parenting products on the market has most recently produced Simple by Bebe au Lait, a range of 100% certified organic fabrics in savvy solid colors, and Monaco by Bebe au Lait, a silk line of nursing covers that fold up into coordinating black clutches. All of these, and more, can be found in Bebe au Lait's online shop and in upscale maternity and baby boutiques worldwide. For more Bebe au Lait and all things parent-chic, the Bebe au Lait team has just begun blogging: bebeaulait.blogspot.com.

Breastfeeding is something to be proud of. Bebe au Lait allows modern moms to do so wherever and whenever, in style.

This is something I would HIGHLY suggest to any nursing mom. These things are amazing and well worth the investment.

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4 comments :

  1. I bought a hooter hider for my TX trip, and it works wonderfully. My daughter still is a curious one and tugged on it, but I was still able to keep discrete. Such a great product!! I even use it now draped over her carseat, sit in the back with her and nurse her while we're on the go. ;)

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  2. ow this is great, I will need one for baby #2

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  3. I'm a proud breastfeeding supporter and maybe next time I'll have to consider something like this because I feel so stared on when I'm in public and need to nurse.

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  4. Sounds like a wonderful product! It's so awkward nursing in public with a blanket over your shoulder...I always ended up looking like I had a wiggly puppy hidden under my blanket, 'cause my babies didn't like being completely covered like that! (Until I gave up on the blanket entirely...)

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