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I am Dutch. I like a good deal. And today I came across two that I simply could not pass up.

At Coffee Break today, I was sitting at a table with mostly young moms, the league I will soon be joining. Two of the moms were nursing their little babies and the discussion came to nursing covers, which they were both using. Everyone agreed one of the mom's had a really nice one. After she was done, we were all looking at it, seeing how hard it would be to make one. It was made by Udder Covers. When I got home, I decided to see just how much they ran to buy one, and I found this. Even thought it is dated back in February, I decided to give a try, and the code still worked! Why try to make one when you can get one for only the cost of shipping?

So, I ordered one and then got another code to get the same deal on a pocket sling from Seven Everyday Slings! Amazing! It almost seems to good to be true, but I did my research and I am pretty convinced it is all for real. So, I ordered one of these too. It is on back order, but will hopefully arrive in November sometime, just like my little one. These are both things that I sort of wanted in the back of my mind for when the baby comes, but couldn't quite justify dishing out the money. But, how can you pass up a deal like this?

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yup-it is true-at least the udder covers one. I had one but a) don't like using a nursing cover and b) they were, well, kinda cheap-but hey it was free! It is a great way to try a product out! so even if it does end up 'cheap' at least you will know if you like using one or not!

Thinking of you often-can't wait to hear the news of the newest little Talen!

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