Nanny to Mommy: Breastfeeding Essentials from Evenflo Feeding Giveaway



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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Breastfeeding Essentials from Evenflo Feeding Giveaway


Breastfeeding Essentials from Evenflo Feeding Giveaway
Hosted By: Nanny to Mommy
Sponsored By: Evenflo Feeding
Co-Hosted By: Mama Smith
 
Did you know August is National Breastfeeding Month? With World Breastfeeding Week being August 1-7? As you know, I am a strong breastfeeding advocate. Although I believe whatever way you choose to feed your babe, you should be supported. I am so excited to partner with Evenflo Feeding for this awesome giveaway.

One lucky winner will receive the following:

- PerfectPosition™ - expertly designed for slouch-free pumping comfort
- AdvancedFit™ Flange System gives mom three sizes for perfect fit
- AdvancedControl™ with 32 settings allows mom to find perfect speed and suction
- PerfectlyPure™ closed-system design prevents milk backup and keeps milk as pure as nature intended
- Includes educational programming, a $60 value, access to a priceless resource for success
- Deluxe version includes: premium shoulder bag, ice packs, 4 milk storage bottles, thermal cooler, extra membranes
- Deluxe Plus version includes the shoulder bag, ice packs, 6 milk storage bottles, thermal cooler, plus a Manual Pump adaptor
- Available at evenflofeeding.com: SRP $99.99, Deluxe SRP $129.99 (Winner Will Receive), and Deluxe Plus SRP $159.99

- Eco-friendly bags use 30% less material
- Reduce waste
- Quicker freeze and thaw times
- Highly durable military-grade material
- Wider side seals for enhanced strength
- Gusseted bottom for stable upright position
- Allows for simple filling
- Tear-off top creates convenient pour spout
- SafeZip™ double-track zipper
- Pump directly into bags with adapters (not included)
- Made in the USA
- Available for purchase at BuyBuy Baby, Babies‘R’Us, Kmart, Walmart.com, Target.com, and Meijer SRP $7.29 (20 count) and $10.99 (40 count)

- Optimal absorbent material for best in class absorbency and performance
- SuperiorShield™ protects against leaks and soft material allows for discreet silent movement
- Embossed channels help draw milk across pad, away from nipple
- FreeFlow™ breathability keeps your skin dry
- Secure placement with 2 adhesive strips Includes individually wrapped pads for clean, on-the-go convenience
- Available for purchase at BabiesRUs.com. SRP $5.99 (40 Count) and $7.99 (60 Count)

With a retail value of $153+, this is sure to be an awesome prize for any woman planning on or currently breastfeeding. Entry is simple, just follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter form below. Winner chosen via Random.org. This giveaway is open to US only (sorry) and you must be 18+ to enter. ALL winning entries are verified.
 
 a Rafflecopter giveaway

Nanny to Mommy or participating bloggers did not receive anything to share this giveaway and not responsible for prize fulfillment. Evenflo Feeding sponsored this giveaway and is responsible for prize fulfillment. This giveaway is open to US only. Must be 18+ to enter. ALL winning entries are verified. One entrant per household/IP address. If you have any questions about this giveaway or would like to participate in a future event, please contact Diana.n.chastain@gmail.com.

24 comments:

  1. I am due in 6 weeks and hope to breastfeed.

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  2. I'm having baby on Tuesday and will be breastfeeding my 4th baby!

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  3. I wanted very much to breastfed my first son 7 years ago but he had such a bad start in this world and such health issues,autism issues so I did not do more than just attempt. Now I am pregnant again and I will breastfeed this child...I am determined.

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    1. Wishing you the best of luck and feel to reach out if you need any support.

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  4. I was really lucky in breastfeeding!! I did so much research and had a pretty easy ride!! I can say that it makes me so nervous for my second lol!! I feel like I'll jinx myself!! For right now Im being a juge breastfeeding advocate and source of info for my nursing mama friends!!

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  5. I wanted to breastfeed but was unsuccessful. I ended up back in the hospital due to an infection a few days after giving birth and that did not allow me to breastfeed.
    We are expecting in October and the plan is to try.

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    1. Sorry that happened first time around. :/ You can do it this time. Feel to reach out for support if you need it. :)

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  6. Great giveaway for new moms!

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  7. I breastfed successfully for two years with my first. I only stopped because I had to start on medication. I am hoping to breastfeed again for at least two years.

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  8. I breastfed my daughter for two and a half years. She wasn't a great nurser to begin with, and I had some poor advice, so she ended up eating formula too. But with determination and and a lot of support from my husband, at 6 months we were able to get her off formula and back to the breast with addition of solids.

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    1. Nothing wrong with a little formula if that's what's needed. Great job for 2 1/2 years! :D

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  9. With my first it was a struggle he was premature and I just did not make enough milk. I breastfed my second for 2 1/2 years. She was a huge baby 10 lbs 10 oz when I had her and it was so easy with her . I felt like a dairy cow the first few months because all she did was eat, but I am glad that I was able to for as long as I did. She is now a beautiful smart 15 year old.

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  10. Ive been nursing for 3 years now with 2 babies. and still going! its not always been easy but oh so worth it!

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  11. I am pregnant with my first baby. I hope to breastfeed and pump!! I am really excited about the experience and these products would help me so much being i'm a newbie!

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  12. Ashley Chassereau Parks8/09/2015 10:26:00 PM

    I am currently breastfeeding my 2nd! I struggle with low supply and had to feed and pump for a few weeks with my first, but we finally got through it all and she nursed until she was 16 months old. My 2nd gal is still nursing at 19 months! She doesn't seem anywhere close to weaning either.... I would love to pump and put some up now too!

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  13. I'm hoping to win this to give as a gift I can't afford to buy...I did my son, a LONG time ago :) but I was the lady who was respectful of everyone around me and experienced nothing negative, all positive

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  14. This would be for my daughter in law. She will be breast feeding.

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  15. Getting ready for baby #3 and finally need a good pump!

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  16. My first baby I breastfed until he was 2 1/2. The first few months were the hardest. We had determination and a lot of support. I am currently breastfeeding my second and she is almost 15 months old :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Way to go, Mama! Determination was the only thing that helped get me through nursing my daughter. :) Still nursing my son at 17 months.

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  17. I'm exclusively breastfeeding my 3 month old! so far so good!

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  18. I have been breastfeeding my son for almost 3 years! I'm 21 weeks pregnant with my second, and I'm looking forward to breastfeeding him as well.

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  19. I'm expecting my first. Hoping to BF and continue with pumping when I return to work!

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  20. I tried very hard to breastfeed my first baby. I just didn't produce any milk. I tried a breast pump but that didn't work very well either. I tried didn't all natural supplements and tried seeing lactating specialists. I finally gave up and it made me very upset. I'm hoping with baby #2 that things will be different.

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Diana