Breastfeeding veil, breastfeeding cover Breastfeeding in public
Today was the longest day in the world. In my house we call it the "Badder Luck". Because that is what we have. Horrible luck. Lily was a terrible two today. Everywhere. We spent several hours in town today, which is already dreadful! Add to that a seven year old that asks the same question 17,000 times, a two year old that wants to touch, eat, chew on, destroy, and otherwise mangle everything in her path, and a sickly 6 month old and by 9am I was already ready for bed! So we spent the morning at the DMV, yes a Saturday morning, because my husband teaches pre-k during the week so we can not make the time other than Saturday, then on to the local craft store for supplies for me, then another chain store to look for bits for building Halloween costumes (Yes I am aware it is in two days!). Well the store we stopped in we decided to abandon our shopping cart and try another store, buckle carseats, drive, unbuckle carseats for the bazillionth time.... Make two more stops before completely giving up and realizing we have a family engagement this evening! Ahhhhh! So now I sit here blogging at 9:30pm having just got the baby to bed and the toddler sitting in my lap freshly bathed, trust me she needed it, and all I can think about is how my bedtime was an hour ago. On that note off to bed with me! Meet me back next week, same mom time, same mom channel!
Well it has been a busy week! I did a craft fair yesterday and it was awesome! This is my first fair in over a year and my very first fair with the Veil! It was very nice to make new friends, spend some time outside, see other vendors, the list could go on forever! I had so much fun! And I may be small now but I know I am growing! Word is spreading and I will preVEIL!! Hahaha get it?! Man, Mom jokes are as bad as dad jokes aren’t they? Guys if you’re out there reading this tell me hi! Or what you want to hear about because I’m new at this blog life and have no idea what you’d like to read about? Would you like to hear about me using the veil at the market stall this weekend or how my daughters swooned over their new bath bombs we got there? Thanks to kitchen witchin hahira! I need some advice on what everyone wants to read in a blog! Help a girly out!
Yesterday I was absolutely exhausted! I’ve worked all week trying to get the new line of Veils up and going, finished and shipped a T-shirt blanket and shipped a veil. Plus 3 kids and 3 dogs! Forget about it! Well my loving husband stepped up yesterday and let me nap a little which I wish would have helped but alas it did not. So exhausted and exhausted (yes I know I said it twice) we had a large outdoor family gathering to attend. The gnats were horrible! BUT breastfeeding veil to the rescue! My husband even asked to hide under it several times and my mother wore it! Hahaha! I felt accomplished. Exhausted but accomplished I love when I make things and the real world application comes to life! Now just to find a way to make my two year old dirt resistant....
Well I slept in. Those are some amazing words aren’t they? You don’t hear those or say them very often when you’re a mom of 3 small children! I was up super late last night building a new Funky Veil Line! Adding a little more fun to what I have to offer. My littlest didn’t sleep much until late so he slept in and my older ones were spending the night off so I could get some work done so I slept in. Now I sit here enjoying a few quite moments before inevitably someone wakes up crying or asking for chocolate milk. I mean when you spend your days always accompanied by small humans it’s nice to be able to breath for 5 minutes without someone at your heels. Don’t get me wrong I love my children but I do occasionally like to go to the potty alone. It doesn’t happen often but I enjoy it when I do! What are you mom’s favorite 5 minute free time activities? Leave a comment and tell me about your day! Don’t forget to check out my new line on Etsy!
NI am a 30 year old stay at home mom of 3 who has breastfed all of my children. With my first I always used a cover in public, None of which were up to par because they were too hot and too heavy. I know how it feels to want privacy but not want to feel like you are hiding your baby away under thick heavy covers. So I invented a solution to all of these problems! The Original Breastfeeding Veil!