MoBoleez :: Modern bonnets for breastfeeding babies

We were generously sent a sample of these MoBoleez breastfeeding hats.  A breastfeeding hat? What’s that you ask? Allow me to tell you! No need to navigate those bibs in public anymore! Just pop these adorable oversized-brimmed hats on your little one’s head and everything is private!

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Each MoBoleez hat has an adorable illustration on the top of the hat, and sweet “hi mummy” messages along the brim. The fabrics are all-natural and super soft and the colors are all baby and mom friendly. This is a fantastic way to give you and your baby some privacy while shielding the baby from distracting lights or noise. Their Classic Collection is an affordable $29 USD each, while their chic Couture Collection is $34 USD.

Make sure you stop by MoBoleez ( and stock up on your baby shower gifts today, because this is a home run!



What’s a MoBoleez Hat?

… and what makes them so special?

MoBoleez hats are the only hats designed specially for the breastfeeding baby and mom.

Covers the breast, not the breastfeeding!

The “stay on head sideways” design means that once the hat is on, it’ll stay on, and no more fussing with dropping blankets or awkward, bulky ‘nursing covers’. While the big brim gives mom a little privacy, it doesn’t cover up the breastfeeding, it celebrates it in a fun sort of way!

Fun illustrations on the top

MoBoleez hats come with illustrations for the top of baby’s head (visible when breastfeeding of course!). The cute pictures on top with their lighthearted messages (“Milky Way”, “Bee-licious”, etc) all convey the message that the MoBoleez mom is a proud breastfeeding babe, with a sense of humour and style!

Great Selection of Designs and Colours!

MoBoleez hats come in pink, blue, green, cream and red colours, and a variety of whimsical designs. Click on the hats to the right and the designs below to take a closer look at each colour/design.


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