The 2-in-1 Breastfeeding Cover and Pillow

If you have never heard of the Covillow then you will be glad you are reading this. When I first stumbled upon the Covillow I was confused but after learning more about it am impressed. The Covillow is a 2-in-1, it is a breastfeeding cover and pillow all wrapped up into one item.

As a nursing cover, you get amazing privacy with coverage on all sides – front, sides and back. This is great because unless you life up the cover from the bottom, there is no chance for anyone to get a peek. The rigid neckline still allows you to see your baby but no one else can see in . The pillow attached to the bottom of the nursing cover gives your baby support and elevates them to make nursing easier in public. The fabric on the pillow is extra soft for baby but overall the whole cover is made of 100% cotton. The pillow can be removed for washing but the cover can definitely be washed too. When the Covillow is not in use, simply roll up or fold to easily fit in your diaper bag. The Covillow is available in 4 beautiful patterns.

The Covillow has been on the market for a little over 1 year yet it has received many awards for its unique, innovative design. Despite these accolades, their is one complaint about the Covillow in that it is big. Yes, it fits into your diaper bag but it does take a lot of space. To counteract the complaint, the cover can be used without the pillow also so even if you don’t always have space for the pillow, you can always take the cover.

You can buy your own Covillow for $59.95. I personally do not own a Covillow but I am sold on the concept. If it were not for the fact that my baby is almost 8 months old and my last child, I would have bought a Covillow. I love the full coverage…I am always nursing in public (I have 2 boys who are busybodies and who have busy lives) and I am always worried about exposure when I am wearing my nursing cover. I feel like it barely provides enough coverage but it is all I have. I also love the pillow part because yes I can hold my baby up when nursing but to have the support like I do with my mombo at home would be awesome.