What is a Beech Tree and Why Should You Be Interested?

DRIA Cover all natural
At DRIA Cover, we use Lenzing Modal® fabric to make our comfortable and fashionable nursing covers. Naturally soft on the skin and exceptionally ecological, Lenzing Modal® fibers are made from the fiber derived from beechwood using Edelweiss® fiber technology. This organic fabric made from beech trees minimizes the use of energy and other resources during production. […]

New Mom Survival Guides- How to Choose

New Mom Survival Guides- How to Choose
Which “New Mom Survival Guides” Should You Listen to? Pregnancy can be overwhelming. You have probably heard all the do’s and don’ts of pregnancy from your friends that have had babies. You might have stumbled upon many New Mom Survival Guides in your research. Sometimes you might be surprised by the advice, sometimes you might […]

DRIA Nursing Cover- Interview Series

DRIA nursing cover interview series
Over the next few weeks we will be interviewing breastfeeding moms who use the DRIA Cover as their breastfeeding cover of choice. We asked our DRIA Cover moms why they chose to breastfeed and how the DRIA Cover has helped them through the process. As advocates of breastfeeding, we think it is important to give a voice to our customers and why they support breastfeeding.

Breastfeeding Law Update – 2017

National Breastfeeding Month
It’s official: August is National Breastfeeding Month. Breastfeeding law update 2017 Breastfeeding provides many positive benefits for both mother and child and having the opportunity to celebrate it is a beautiful thing. In honor of this celebration, DRIA Cover has examined some changes which have come about in the way the law treats breastfeeding. Across […]

DRIA Cover supports National Breastfeeding Month

Breastfeeding Health Benefits
Happy National Breastfeeding Month! #NBM17 The month of August is the official National Breastfeeding Month declared in 2011 by the United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC). As supporters of breastfeeding, DRIA Cover believes it is important to educate mothers on the health and economic benefits of breastfeeding for babies and moms. According to the Center for […]

DRIA Cover for World Breastfeeding Week

DRIA Cover and World Breastfeeding Week
Breastfeeding for sustainable development August 1-7, 2017 marks the 25th annual World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) coordinated by the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA). This global celebration recognizes the importance of breastfeeding and its sustainable impact throughout the world. According to the International Lactation Consultant AssociationⓇ (ILCA) this year’s WBW theme is “Sustaining Breastfeeding Together.” […]

Why The World Would End Without Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding Health Benefits Fights Diseases Breast milk isn’t just a great source of nutrition, it’s a preventative medicine. Babies who are breastfed have lower rates of contracting harmful diseases. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) – 36% lower Ear infections – 50% fewer Childhood Leukemia – lowered by 19% Asthma rates are 27% lower Diabetes rates […]

Preparing For Breastfeeding

Preparing for breastfeeding
Are you an expecting mom who has made the decision to breastfeed? Then congratulations, both for having the bun baking in your oven, and for choosing to give your baby the best start in life via breastfeeding. You’re in for quite a bonding experience! However, before attempting your first latch with the baby, you might […]

Legislator’s on breastfeeding a PR stunt?

breastfeeding
Tuesday, 12:28 PM, State Representative Debbie Riddle, made a statement that raised eyebrows and tempers of moms everywhere! Riddle, made a statement referring to House Bill 1706 (written by State Rep. Jessica Farrar, and brought before a committee that same Tuesday). A bill looking to promote breastfeeding and prohibit interference with or restriction of the […]