tomorrow i hav to go outside and am wearing my fashionable kurti but am in suspicion that how i will feed my baby as that kurti is not front button

Rashmi Shaw get a feeding cover or carry a heavy chunni along if that makes you more comfortable lifting up the kurti to feed.

yes u can get a feeding cover. and if ur baby takes bottle then u can take milk in a bottle.

Rashmi Shaw have fed my baby in agra's taj mahal, kutubminar, big bazaar, India gate without stall ir chunni...family trips couldn't avoid...motherhood comes with challenges....my baby was exclusively on BF till six month and trust me I was really shy and nervous about feeding her in front of anyone but time and my daughter taught me ways....I wear anarkali kurtis or baloon tops and look for a corner to sit to feed her...buy the cotton feeding wrap or keep thik chunni to be prepared....above things were in worst situations where u forget them to carry ;)

hi all...can I get suggestions regarding feeding cover / wrap?

Sujata Patodia you  can buy from firstcry, amazon or snapdeal

I just buy a lil loose kurtis where I can just lift up my Kurti n feed my baby, it's a duty and responsibility of a mother to feed her hungry baby n there's nothing to be shy or be nervous about. Feed your baby as a proud mother.

nothing is important than feeding ur baby. we mothers dont shy on this. catch a corner, back to the crowd and feed ur baby. hardly anyone notices. carry a stole or dupatta along with u in purse to cover the baby while feeding. enjoy ur day.

nothing is more important than baby...being a mother your duty is frist to feed baby...if you wearing kurti which do not have front button..take along feeding cover or heavy chunni with you ..look for a corner to sit ..lift a baby start feed

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