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Enwrapture Vintage wrap skirts/dresses for breastfeeding mamas?

I know I've seen a few pics of a breastfeeding mom here wearing the Enwrapture Vintage wrap skirts in styles that can accommodate breastfeeding. I'm wondering if there are any other pics and/or instructions out there for this? I myself know of only one way to wear them for breastfeeding, but a few friends of mine are going to get these dresses for the first time, and they were wondering if there is any sort of wrapping instructions for nursing.

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I posted this last year after one of the coops - I wasn't nursing anymore but discovered a great wrap for it. Let me dig up pics, hang on..



Start with the end of the fabric at the side of your boob - put the strap over the other piece of the fabric, but under your arm.


Pull the back side of the fabric over (overlapping the front piece) and put it over the other shoulder.


Pull the strings together behind you and tie however it is comfortable.


View from the front.


When you want to nurse, just lift the top flap.


Everything is covered and baby has access


Modesty and convenience!
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Re: Enwrapture Vintage wrap skirts/dresses for breastfeeding mamas?

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Re: Enwrapture Vintage wrap skirts/dresses for breastfeeding mamas?

Where do you get these? I want one! (Or two or three! )
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I posted this last year after one of the coops - I wasn't nursing anymore but discovered a great wrap for it. Let me dig up pics, hang on..



Start with the end of the fabric at the side of your boob - put the strap over the other piece of the fabric, but under your arm.


Pull the back side of the fabric over (overlapping the front piece) and put it over the other shoulder.


Pull the strings together behind you and tie however it is comfortable.


View from the front.


When you want to nurse, just lift the top flap.


Everything is covered and baby has access


Modesty and convenience!
It was you that I remember! Yes, great wrap shots for nursing!

Any others?

Oh, and these wrap skirts are from Enwrapture Vintage.

www.enwrapturevintage.com

I get mine through a coop, and there is also a coop that (I believe!) runs here occasionally. I don't get mine through the DS coop, though.
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