Hooter Hider or No Hooter Hider?

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Do you use a "hooter hider" or nursing cover when NIP?

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No
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Postby LaurensMom » Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:19 pm

I usually use a cover while I am out. Its really a HUGE pain though since my little man is so incredibly distracted by everything. I never wear a nursing bra though. I just wear a regular bra and lift it up when he needs to nurse. I always found nursing bras to be more of a pain then anything.
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Postby adele555 » Fri May 11, 2012 1:04 am

Hooter hiders have been praised by mothers and medical professionals that allow you to nurse discreetly and in style. They are one of the all-time favorite baby shower gifts, and have been praised by mothers.

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Postby jessm » Fri May 11, 2012 8:38 am

I said no, because I don't always. I use it if there are people I know around who would be bothered by it, or lots of kids. I'm pretty discrete without my cover. I used to always nurse with my cover, but then one day I was at the zoo and it was like 80 degrees out. I wouldn't want to have to eat under a cover in that heat, so I just nursed without it. I pull my shirt just above where his head is and his head covers the rest. He likes to play with my shirt while he nurses anyway. I also have nursing tanks that I love for NIP. The way I see it (as someone from the boards pointed out to me) a bottle feeding mom doesn't have to put a blanket over her baby, why should I? Its not fair to the baby.
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Postby fodla » Fri May 11, 2012 8:44 am

Nope, don't use them. Anyone who has a problem with me feeding my kid can f*** off. :)

I DO wear clothes designed for nursing, so I'm relatively covered. But it's just a feeding utensil like any other.
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Postby arennn22 » Thu Jul 26, 2012 10:05 pm

Hooter hider nursing cover is available in the internet also. You can select various designs of hooter hider like ruffle design, hooter hider pocket design and can buy according to your choice and interests.

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