Organic cotton is here!

This Fall we have added organic cotton slip covers to our line-up of Nursing Pillow Slipcovers.

Our Nursing Pillow is Lactation Consultant and Focus Group approved, and is designed by a nursing mom. Our organic products are made using no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, and no genetically modified organisms. The ink used in the dying process is also earth friendly. Our new Organic Slip Covers are gentle on baby’s skin and pair beautifully with our Organic Cotton Nursing Covers.

Together with our organic cotton Nursing Cover and Nursing Essentials Set this new addition makes the perfect paring for the earth conscious mom.

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Bebe au Lait's photo.

Bebe au Lait's photo.

Fall Style Secrets: Cashmere Rose

This year, autumn colors are fresh and fun. Pantone’s color of the year “Cashmere Rose” is modern with a hint of girly and pairs perfectly with shades of grey for that flawless fall outfit.
Our new Jersey Infinity Nursing Scarf in Lexington features a neutral cross-hatch pattern in a warm grey hue and goes with almost anything – perfect for the on-the-go mom looking for a breastfeeding accessory that matches her style.


From top middle, going right:
1: Dior Nail Polish in Rose
2: Bebe au Lait Nursing Scarf in Lexington
3: Bebe Sport, Space Dye Pants
4: Kate Spade New York Day Tripper Earrings
5: Michael Kors, ‘Miranda’ bucket bag
6: Sheer Slub Panel Shirt, Nordstrom

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Fall Style Secrets

We continue our introduction of all those beautiful Fall colors with this Pantone color of the year: Reflecting Pond. This deep and rich blue tone pairs great with earthy tones, a comfy pair of boyfriend jeans and rugged combat boots. Our new Nursing Scarf in Mayura combines this oh-so-cool blue hue with a modern and crisp feather print. Together they make the perfect outfit for a leisure day at the park or a windswept walk by the beach.

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Cocktails and Mocktails

One of the hardest things about being pregnant can be socializing. Something about the coziness of pregnancy, not to mention the tiredness, can mean that a Saturday night at home with a take-out and a good movie sounds much more attractive than a night out – especially when everyone else will be enjoying a cocktail or two! Stone cold sober, with tipsy friends can leave you feeling a little left out!

We asked around the office and the consensus was – Mocktails are the way to go.  Simply using a wine glass or a martini glass could help a little with at least feeling like we are still a part of the party – add to that a yummy and healthy Mocktail and you’ll be back!

Here is the recipe for one we tried recently.



(Makes 2 large Mocktails)
4 small Japanese cucumbers
Simple syrup (1/4 cup sugar with 1Ž4 cup hot water, allow to cool)
A squeeze of fresh lemon juice
Fresh mint or rosemary

1.     Slice 4 thin pieces to use for garnish
2.     Peel the skin
3.     Cut in half and scoop out the seeds
4.     Finely chop
5.     Using a metal sieve (or cheese cloth if you have it) press the juice through into a bowl. You will be surprised how much juice they yield – keep pressing, stir and press again. You should expect around 4 oz of cucumber juice.
6.     Add juice, simple syrup, lemon juice and ice to a cocktail shaker
7.     Strain and serve in a martini glass
8.     Garnish with the cucumber slices and a sprig of mint or rosemary

Adding a fine Vodka to this recipe takes it from Mocktail to Cocktail very easily – be sure to garnish a little differently so you don’t mix them up!