July 10, 2012

Celebrate Breast Feeding Month

Last year I was without a shop. I had a Breast Feeding Event on my personal blog . Lots of great sucess stories there to read.  This year I wanted to do something for all my Lovely Mother's but how do you do that without a location.

Here's what I came up with.........

The A Virtual Latch On! for all of you who are no where near a location. I incourage all of you to attend a physical location if possible.

Here's how we do it. At 1030 am on August 3rd or 4th comment about your nursing baby here! Both days I will choose a few Mama's to recieve Geffen Baby nursing pads. 

Durring the month all breast feeding accessories will be on Sale. This will go live August 1st and all purchaces will recieve a 3 pack of nursing pads by Geffen Baby



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7 comments:

Marla Stanley said...

Maddy is a wonderful nursing baby and has had a great latch from Day 1-surprised the nurses in the hospital!

Katie said...

I have really grown to love nursing Calvin, and I'm not looking forward to weaning. Luckily I still have some time since he's not yet 6 months. There aren't many venues where I can brag about this, but I'm so very proud that he was able to latch without a shield at 7 weeks - shortly after an LC told me that he was probably set in his ways. I'm pretty sure I was one of the situations that needed a shield, but he now latches on to what seems like nothing! Maybe that's why he tries to nurse from my bicep...

Melanie said...

Alas, despite perfect latch and ideal conditions, I had no supply :( Next time, though, I'm ready!

EmKa said...

I love nursing my baby!! 5 months strong so far!!

Sarah Douglas said...

We really struggled to nurse. My LO was a month early and struggled to latch on, so I pumped and she was bottlefed breastmilk for the first 3 weeks, then we transitioned to nursing with a nipple shield and then finally at 5 weeks we ditched the shield. She is now 9 months and still happily nursing, and I a so glad I had the help, support and determination to figure it out!

Jen Thames said...

I love nursing my baby, but right now it's so stressful. I'm going out of town in August for 4 days for work & we are working at building up a supply. I can't wait until I can pump what he needs & not worry about a huge frozen supply.

Beth Ann said...

My baby is still in utero.

So she doesn't nurse. Yet. :)