DRIA Nursing Cover

I’m a proud auntie-to-be to twin nephews and a niece so when DRIA Cover asked me to review their nursing covers, of course, I said, Yes! Nursing covers make the perfect baby shower gift especially stylish and trendy ones like this one. I’m no longer nursing, but here are some features that I like about the DRIA Cover: The fabric is a premium super soft cotton jersey. It’s lightweight, but substantial and breathable material that doesn’t feel cheap and perfect for a cool day. The size of the cover is excellent, not too big, not too wide, and not too small. It is enough to cover an average size infant. … READ MORE >>

Little Green Pouch Reusable Food Pouch

If you want the on-the-go convenience of disposable food pouches without the waste and expense, check out this review of the Little Green Pouch! I sent a sample pack to my sister Kim who has a toddler and this is what she reported… My little one year old loves the food pouches filled with fruits and meals for stages 1 and 2. The pouches are most convenient when traveling. No need to pack a spoon or a bowl to feed the little tyke, because they just gobble it up straight from the pouch – how easy is that?! Depending on bulk or sale opportunities, each organic pouch runs about $1.50 … READ MORE >>

Poncho Baby Nursing Cover (Review and Giveaway)| @PonchoBaby1 #Giveaway ends 3/10/13.

I was invited to check out the new Poncho Baby nursing covers and was pleasantly surprised. (c) Poncho Baby Cover What I liked: The fabric is soft. It’s 100% premium imported muslin cotton. Colors are solid and neutral. It doesn’t scream – Look at me! Look at me! Also, your baby won’t be stimulated from bright patterns, because it’s suppose to be neutral and calming while nursing. It covers your back. It’s breathable and not super thick. It’s stylish. (It doesn’t look like an apron and supposedly you can’t tell it’s a nursing cover.) It’s multifunctional. You can use it as a blanket, stroller cover, or car seat canopy. What … READ MORE >>