TODAY’S PATENT- NURSING COVER-UP
The Nursing Cover-Up was invented by Margaret A. Ries (Reno, NV) on the 13th of April, 1999, bearing patent number US5893171A.
This invention is for mothers feeding their child without being exposed to her upper part in front of others. Though there are various types of nursing covers for feeding ladies, they are not much certain. A nursing mother is always in fear while feeding their child, mainly in public places. Therefore this invention takes away all the fear of nursing mothers as they offer nursing cover-up. The nursing mother can wear this on her front clothing; even it is not fall off at the time of feeding. It is more comfortable, flexible, fourteen gauge wire fifteen embroider for the edge support and through that gauge, a mother can see the child and only baby can see breast while the process of feeding. There is a covered slit opening from where the nursing mother adjusts her nipple as per requirement. The front area of the shield contains the pocket for the storage of tissues or conciliator. It is also used in another way as a blanket to keep warm, also used for changing a child’s diaper or clothing. The most significant thing of this shield can be folded in small parts and can be put in handbags or purses, which means transportation is easy.