Udder Covers™ | About Udder Covers™

Because she does not pick the spotlight, and her story deserves to be told, this web page used to be written with the aid of her employees.

Udder Covers™ is one of the many creations of Jenny Bosco in Pleasant Grove, Utah. Although Jenny is presently a full time at-home mom of 5 children, she’s acknowledged to spend forty hours or extra per week working on or enhancing her many Mothers Lounge brands. It all began in 2005 when she invented the Milk Bands™ breastfeeding bracelet which is bought in heaps of shops worldwide. When she launched Milk Bands™ in 2005, Jenny wrote:
“I had determined that I desired my kiddies to be breastfed and after having important setbacks on breastfeeding my first born, I used to be anxious to attempt once more with my 2d toddler which became out extra pleasant. BUT, due to lack of sleep, no longer being trained adequate on breastfeeding and unable to locate a respectable way to song what side, what time or how lengthy they would breastfeed (my kiddies have been “on demand” feeders) it grew to be irritating for me. I was once now not searching ahead to breastfeeding my subsequent infant till I had a logical answer to some of my breastfeeding problems. One night time in January of 2005, my sister-in-law referred to as me very upset with the equal troubles I had confronted whilst nursing and now not trying her to give up breastfeeding I was once decided to come up with some thing and the “flip-able” breastfeeding bracelet thought was once born! Milk Bands™ have given mothers all round the world the empowerment to breastfeed their children and do it nicely and I be aware of that Milk Bands™ will assist you too.”
Jenny Bosco

Jenny has a ardour for making an attempt to make mom’s lives less complicated in all that she does and believes that her merchandise will make a distinction in yours. Since 2005, Jenny has launched more than one mom & child product strains such as Udder Covers™, Seven™ manufacturer toddler slings, Carseat Canopy™, Nursing Pillow, and has future product traces in the works. Her favored section of the commercial enterprise is designing. She’s had a hand in each cloth print, logo, picture shoot, and picture used with any of her brands. Jenny continues to be the visionary for the company’s bold future.