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Balboa Baby Nursing Cover {Review & Giveaway}

Balboa Baby Nursing Cover.


The bond you create with your child while breastfeeding is unlike anything else. It’s an indescribable and magical feeling! Unfortunately, it can be hard to nurse in public and maintain your privacy. Drumroll please for the Balboa Baby Nursing Cover! Since we are out and about these days with Jorryn’s sports and home school co-op activities, having a convenient and light-weight cover to help nurse Shay under is a great help!


Who is Balboa Baby?

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Founded by Shirley Pepys and now teamed up with Dr. William Sears, Balboa Baby works to create fashionable and functional items to help parents lives easier while benefiting babies!


Balboa Baby® designs contemporary, unique products using luxurious fabrics and distinctive prints. We will continue to find innovative ways to make parents’ lives easier, their babies happier and to give them both opportunities to bond and experience lifetogether.


They offer a great line of products in a range of beautiful fabrics. Items like shopping cart covers to help prevent germs while at the store, stroller liners to make clean up easy and even super cute bags to carry all the kidlet necessities in! I had a hard time choosing between the beautiful fabric choices because they’re all so pretty! There is definitely something for everyone on their site.
You can find out more about Balboa Baby or place an order on their website. You can also check out their:


What Did I Think of the Balboa Baby Nursing Cover?


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I picked out my nursing cover in the “Lola” pattern. The fabric is the perfect weight – dense enough that you can’t see through it, but light enough that Shay and I weren’t too hot while nursing. It was really easy to use as well. You just slide the loop of fabric around your neck. The fabric drapes around you, keeping you completely covered. It is also big enough that Shay can kick and move without shifting the cover off of us. The neckline is structured so that you can easily look down to see baby and maintain eye contact while nursing. I love that there is even a handy little pocket on the front! It’s the perfect size for a burp cloth. I also liked the easy to adjust ring that keeps the fabric at just the right adjustment so the cover isn’t too loose or tight. It also folds up easily to fit into the diaper bag without being bulky. The cover retails for $36. I would say it’s well worth the price! It’s a great product that offers peace of mind and privacy, which is hard to put a price tag on! This would also make a beautiful shower gift!


Enter to WIN a Balboa Baby Nursing Cover!

This giveaway will be live until April 1 at 11:59pm EST.

You must 18+ to enter and live in the US.

Good Luck!



I received this product free to try, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Balboa Baby Nursing Cover.

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  1. stefanie

    I like the swirl pattern! I LOVE how big it is! I really want this! 🙂

  2. Whitney

    I would pick the Lola pattern – it’s so pretty & would go with any outift! I love Balboa Baby!! I bought one of the nursing covers for my sister 🙂

  3. Janice Auna

    red poppy trim

  4. kat

    Swirl or black/white leaf

  5. Tara H

    If I win, it will go to my niece who is having her first baby in a couple more months. I think she would like the Suri pattern.

  6. Vivian S

    Red poppy is my fave

  7. Jessica

    I like the Suri print.

  8. Laura Jacobson

    Oh I love the Lime Poppy Trim!

  9. Abby

    I just adore the red poppy print!

  10. Gaye M

    I’d choose Retro Flower.

  11. Toni Lardizabal Keltner

    I love Swirl and Black/White Leaf!

  12. Candace

    I like the lola print

  13. Candace

    I also like the suri print

  14. Breanne

    I’d pick retro flower

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