A few months ago I was at the splash park with some friends where there was a lady who had her new baby in a sling. he was obviously hungry (as babies tend to unremittingly be) and much to this baby's delight...he had a vip ticket to "perma snack" which co-incided with his mommy's giant (and i mean giant) lady lumps being slung out for all to see. for the entire two hours we played! (including when the baby slept) Now maybe i was being prejudiced...because I have a very low tolerance for adults who sport pigtails (which she was)...so just to be clear that i am not one of those people who will stare you down in a restaurant if your kid so much as sneezes, I will list off a few things she might validly use in her defense:
-nursing is a wonderful natural part of life
-it's possible her chafed nips were having a cotton aversion
-it was hotttttt
-maybe she likes tan boobs (and tan babies)
-she couldn't care less what the judgmental mom groups were saying ;)
I nurse...my boobs get out of control ginormous. I nurse in public. (As a rule babies eat and have poop explosions at the most inopportune times) But I also know there is usually a way to be a little more discrete. Please ladies continue to nurse...and not only locked away in some 1950's mothers lounge, don't let any yuppy boob snob tell you any otherwise. But please, for the love of all ten year old boys wandering eyes...the wonder of your lactating miracles should stay shrouded in mystery.
and here is where i tell you how...really, this was just my very round about way of telling
nursing or soon to be nursing mothers that:
Udder Covers will work wonders for those pesky water park scenarios. One comfy strap over your piggy tailed head and voila!...you are all set to keep those puppies in check.
(oh, also resist the urge to wear pigtails)