I also ordered a car seat cover from the same peeps. It was a canopy style with fleece underneath, so I figured it'd do the trick to store some heat during the cold Iowa winter while still allowing for a little circulation. I did not, however, account for the wind. Mom fail.
So there I was, expecting my little boy and pulling out all of my trusty baby stuff, and out comes this gray, feminine printed nursing cover. I mean, I'd be the one wearing it and all, but it was time to switch it up.
Enter MilkSnob. I had seen these all over Instagram, with the covers that doubled as car seat covers (or even covers for shopping carts!). They were getting rave reviews and they were even on Shark Tank... how cool is that?! After going all googley-eyed over the classic stripes, it was time to give it a try.
HOWEVER, the fabric is SUPER soft and stretchy (which is the same kind of fabric that makes up 90% of my most comfortable clothes ha ha). It's just thick enough to keep baby cozy but light enough to allow for some circulation so he doesn't get too warm. The Midwest is a weather roller coaster in the spring especially, so this was a big help as I tried to keep him at a comfortable temperature.
All in all, the cover is a WIN. Every cover has it's pros and cons, but the MilkSnob had far more pros than cons when it came to meeting our needs.
Do/Did you have any trusty baby gear? Let me know in the comments!
Have a great day everyone! :D