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The Breastfeeding Set

The Breastfeeding Set

Regular price £45.00 GBP
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Travelling with a little one can be stressful, but our Breastfeeding Set is designed to make breastfeeding in public that little bit easier.

With a zip nappy pouch to store all your essentials, a super soft Chicago Loop Breastfeeding Cover and 2 Mama Scrunchies to make you feel more put together (even if you haven't showered yet!) this set is perfect for new breastfeeding Mamas, who want to feel prepared wherever they go!

A perfect baby shower gift for any new mother-to-be.

Set Contains:

  • MUM STUFF ZIP NAPPY POUCH 

  • CHICAGO LOOP BREASTFEEDING COVER 

  • 2 x MAMA SCRUNCHIE 

  • Your items will be gift-wrapped for free during Christmas, if you would like a gift note please add comments to the cart. 

    Composition + Care

    95% Cotton, 5% Elastane Oeko-Tex 100 Certified.

    Machine Wash 30c, Do Not Tumble Dry, Do Not Bleach, Cool Iron.

    w: 50 x h: 75cm

    One size fits all.

    Shipping

    Standard £3.50

    Free delivery on orders over £30

    Christmas Final Order Dates

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    • Discreet Breastfeeding Coverage

      Who said breastfeeding means you have to be totally covered? Let's be proud about breastfeeding and wear something which boots our confidence but gives you privacy in a slim, modern design.

    • Easy To Use For Feeding On Demand

      One size without any ties to pop over your shoulder in seconds, because when baby is ready to feed you'll want no faff.

      Also folds down easily to fit in your nappy bag for breastfeeding in public.

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    How Breastfeeding Started Bon + Bear's Journey

    "I always struggled with — even though I was more than happy to breastfeed in public — the anxiousness of being ‘exposed' and a lack of privacy. Something I knew I wasn’t the only one struggling with, confidence to breastfeed anywhere, but staring at the uninspiring apron-style cover I didn’t want to lose my identity even more than I felt already."

    Our Story