Mamascarf, for discreet breastfeeding in public

Little did I know that breastfeeding a 5-day-old baby in the front row of a jam-packed circus was going to be a bit of a… challenge. Yes, you’re reading that right: 5-day-old, and: jam-packed circus. Thankfully I was wise enough to bring a Mama Scarf, so the spotlights on my boobs were cleverly avoided. The Mama Scarf is a stylish scarf that becomes sort of a hammock for your baby, allowing for discreet breastfeeding in public. What I like about it that it’s made of thin, cute fabric, and it doesn’t scream for attention. (It’s not like one of those, ‘hello everybody, I’m breast-feeding, but I’m covered up, as you can clearly see, so don’t look’ kind of covers.) Thanks, Mama Scarf, for saving my day at the circus.

xxx Esther


Comments (3)

July 15, 2010

What a great creation! I saw some nursing cover ups on Etsy which seemed nice but this scarf looks so much more practical and discreet. I will keep this link as it will be a definite purchase for baby #2. Not that I am bothered with nursing in public but I notice it can make other people quite uncomfortable.

July 16, 2010

What a great creation! Woooow.I also have a band that I use sling for breastfeeding

Courtney in London
July 18, 2010

I had one of those too and I loved it. I like how light-weight it is — and I actually used mine as a scarf even when I wasn’t breastfeeding!

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