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    Free Baby Sling and Nursing Pads (You Pay Shipping)

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    Hi,

    I got this in my "What To Expect" newsletter this morning, and I've already ordered the nursing pads and the sling. I'm still on the fence about anything called an "Udder Cover."

    While the coupon code subtracts the cost of the product, you are responsible for shipping (and tax, maybe?). There's also an optional $3 charge for exchange insurance in case it doesn't fit.

    The code is valid for all three products.

    My experience: Shipping and insurance for the sling was $15, and shipping for the 10 pairs of nursing pads was about $10. They're machine washable, and reusable.

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    August is World Breastfeeding Month!
    To celebrate, What To Expect members can receive:

    FREE Nursing Covers
    at UdderCovers.com!

    FREE Baby Carriers
    at SevenSlings.com!

    FREE Breast Pads
    at UdderCovers.com!


    Use promo code: WTE
    at both websites today & pass this promotion on to your friends!

    It's as easy as 1-2-3:

    1. Go to sevenslings.com and/or UdderCovers.com.

    2. Click on "Shop Now" and select any baby carrier, nursing cover or breast pads you like.

    3. Once you have made your selection, you'll automatically be directed to the shopping bag. Enter the promo code "WTE" and both companies have agreed to deduct 100% of the cost of the carrier, nursing cover, pads - all you pay are the shipping fees!

    You can use promo code “WTE” for all 3 offers– just open a new browser window each time you do.
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    The unddercover will be handy if you plan to BF. I don't cover up all the time in public, mostly just if I can't find a place without a lot of distractions. If there is too much going on my baby will just look around instead of eating.
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    Makes TOTAL sense! Thanks. It's my first, so I'm still learning.
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    I have one of their nursing covers... I used it once or twice when DS was tiny... just didn't work for us.

    I also have a sling. It's super cute... but hurts my back. Personally, I found it easiest to use when he was swaddled up... otherwise his little legs would get squished from the tight fabric.

    I'm curious to try the nursing pads, those must be new, I don't remember seeing them before

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