1. In combination, a bonnet for use by infants comprising a cap portion enclosing a substantial portion of the head area rearwardly of the face, means releasably securing the cap portion in position on the head of the wearer, said cap portion including a forward peripheral edge disposed generally along the periphery of the facial area of the wearer, a wide brim extending only forwardly and outwardly from the forward peripheral edge of the cap portion, and means detachably securing the wide brim to the cap portion of the bonnet thereby enabling the bonnet to be converted to one having a wide brim to conceal the facial area and mouth area of the wearer as well as the breast and surrounding area of a nursing mother when the wearer of the bonnet is being breast fed, said wide brim being constructed of flexible material to enable the brim to generally conform with and engage the areas around the breast of a breast feeding mother to conceal such areas when breast feeding an infant.
2. The combination as defined in claim 1 wherein the means attaching the inner edge of the wide brim to the cap portion includes continuous strips of "Velcro" fastener material, with the softer loop portion attached to the cap portion and the harder hook portion attached to the brim with the inner edge of the wide brim underlying the peripheral edge of the cap portion.
3. The combination as defined in claim 2 wherein the cap portion includes a narrow brim around a major portion of its forward peripheral edge with the softer loop portion of the strip of fastener material being attached to the narrow brim thereby enabling the cap portion and narrow brim to be worn as a conventional bonnet without the wide brim attached, said narrow brim and the inner edge of the wide brim being coextensive in length.