Breastfeeding veil, breastfeeding cover Breastfeeding in public
Well here we are! Back at it! Trying to get back to normal. To update you Lily is doing much better! Her platelet numbers kept going up and we were sent home no need to see a hematologist. Now just to keep an eagle eye out just in case some of the symptoms recur. When we left the hospital I was slightly afraid we should not have because she was complaining of a headache. We got out to the car and I lift her to strap her in and BAM! She vomited directly down my shirt. So I left her throw up in the parking lot, yea I know, gross. But what was I going to do? I strap her in when she is done and commence stripping in the parking lot hiding behind my passenger door as my husband decides now is a fun time to tell me I should do a little dance while I am half naked in the cold parking lot. I take off my shirt and realize I still feel wet? Oh. Its in my bra. At this point, even my husband who has the mind of a 15 year old most days, is turned off. So we go home and baby her headache and take her back the next day for a follow up and all is good! Kids are scary! It is absolutely the most terrifying thing I have ever done! To have tiny lives in your hands every day. Man. It is the most exhausting, rewarding, terrifying, happy, sad, chaotic mess I have ever been this pleased to be in. I am so lucky for her to have gotten better. And a huge thank you to everyone who called, texted, commented, prayed, thought or whatever it is you did! Anyway see you soon! Same mom time, Same mom channel!
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!