Travelling mums can join the Smile High Club this summer

Travelling with baby's when breastfeeding can be difficult, particularly when on planes and in foreign countries with conservative views on women. This release refers to ways to make travelling with baby's easier.
 
 
Breastfeeding Cover by KissKiss HugHug
Breastfeeding Cover by KissKiss HugHug
 
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Oct. 16, 2008 - PRLog -- With the holiday season fast approaching, many women across Australia will be faced with the prospect of breastfeeding next to a stranger on a plane or having to breastfeed in public toilets or hotel rooms just to abide by local customs in foreign countries.

With holiday destinations in conservative countries such as Dubai and Thailand growing in popularity, a KissKiss HugHug Breastfeeding Cover (http://www.kisskisshughug.com.au) can mean the difference between a stressful breastfeeding experience and a relaxed one when on holiday.

“Having recently travelled to the UK and Dubai” commented KissKiss HugHug Director Jacqueline Scott, “I was faced with breastfeeding on a long haul flight where my fellow (and very close!) travellers could see everything, along with the prospect of breastfeeding in a country with conservative laws concerning women. With my KissKiss HugHug Breastfeeding Cover in hand, travelling was made extremely easy.”

The KissKiss HugHug Breastfeeding Cover (http://www.kisskisshughug.com.au) is 100% Australian made and designed, and is a stylish cover for mothers to wear when breastfeeding their babies in situations where they may feel uncomfortable.  Its neckline enables mother and baby to maintain eye contact while feeding, while providing mum with much-needed privacy.

KissKiss HugHug (http://www.kisskisshughug.com.au) has also recently launched trendy Dummy Savers that clip to baby’s clothes so dummies don’t fall on the ground – also ideal for the travelling baby.

“When flying on a plane, sterilising a dummy is not an option.  Having a KissKiss HugHug qflbg Dummy Saver handy meant I only needed one dummy for the entire trip as there was no risk of dummy’s being dropped on the floor.” Jacqueline said.

Hints and tips to make travelling with a baby easy;

•  Be prepared for the plane trip - take extra clothes, favourite toys and books, plenty of food, nappies, wipes and water. And don’t forget your KissKiss HugHug breastfeeding cover and Dummy Saver.
•  Avoid over-packing – second guess what you will need but remember most items you need will be available at your destination (yes, babies are born world-wide)
•  Relax – babies make life unpredictable. They also enrich your life. Remember this and enjoy the trip.

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About KissKiss HugHug™

KissKiss HugHug™ was created by Felecia Tappenden and Jacqueline Scott, two mothers looking for solutions to problems they faced as new mothers. Their first product, the KissKiss HugHug breastfeeding cover was developed as they weren’t always comfortable with breastfeeding in public, but didn’t want their lives ruled by feeding times.

KissKiss HugHug’s product-line includes reversible and one sided breastfeeding covers, dummy savers and belly bands for pregnancy. For more information on KissKiss HugHug™, go to www.kisskisshughug.com.au

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