Thursday, March 10, 2011

Nursing & Pregnant Mom's: Peek-a-boo Nursing Top

I really wish I had a peek-a-boo nursing shirt for after I had Tyler. I had trouble being comfortable nursing in public because all the nursing top still showed too much coverage - more than I was comfortable sharing with the whole world. With the Peek-a-boo nursing shirts you are totally covered on the entire top - not exposing any parts you don't want to share, keeping nursing much more intimate between you and your baby.

The peek-a-boo nursing shirts come in many different styles. They don't looks like the average nursing shirt with the big chunky clips, so you will feel just like you are wearing regular clothes. Next time I am definitely using only peek-a-boo.

Their designs take into consideration the changes in a woman's body from early pregnancy through nursing. The side stitches conceal the less-favorable tummy and back areas and our fashionable design allows a woman to continue with her daily activities without anyone suspecting she is wearing a nursing shirt. Peek-a-boo has so kindly offered a discount of 15% off your entire order using coupon code FELT15 at checkout. (including the multi-item discount as well as the free shipping).

Felt Stories was given a peek-a-boo nursing top for review purposes only.I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising


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  2. Many women also wear maternity clothing after their pregnancies, until they have lost the pregnancy weight and they can fit into normal clothing again.


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