Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Medela Sleep Bra Giveaway


Did you get a chance to read my review of the Medela Sleep Bra last month?  A sleep bra is one of my "must have" nursing items.  I wear one almost every night and still give two thumbs up to the Medela Sleep Bra I got to try out.

Today we are giving one away!  To enter, leave a comment here letting me know a favorite nursing memory.  Be sure to leave an email address where I can contact you.  If you are subscribed to my blog in some way or another you may leave a second comment letting me know that (for a second entry).  For a third entry become a Facebook fan of One Little Word She knew and leave a separate third comment letting me know that.  This makes a total of three possible entries.  I'll close the giveaway on the 26th at midnight.  Good luck!

68 comments:

  1. My favorate memorie of nursing was rubbing my cheek on my daughters head while she nursed. since she had no hair till she was 1.5 it was a lot of fun. i find my self doing the same thing when i am bottle feeding friends kids.

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  3. my favorite nursing memory is sitting there just staring at my daughter and thinking this is my daughter! and another is when my daughter finally nursed with out a nursing shield!!!

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  4. i used to pat baby Anna's back or rub her back with my open hand while she nursed. when she got bigger she would do the same to my chest while she nursed, very sweet time. tinaoglesby1@gmail.com

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  5. i love when SP touches her head while she's eating. it's so endearing to see her little hand beside her big round head. i also love when she puts her hand on my chest.

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  6. I nursed my daughter lying on my side in the bed--every nursing session was so relaxing for me and her, too.

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  7. I am a pregnant with my first and so I don't have any memories yet, but it's one of the things I'm looking forward to most about welcoming our little guy! I imagine it to be a great bonding experience :)

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  8. I've only been able to breast feed the 3rd of my three girls, and i really loved how she'd pause feeding, look up at me and laugh, and then keep going! Precious Moments!

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  9. I am already a fan on fb of One Little Word!


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  10. I also follow your blog!


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  11. I loved nursing my son at night and laying in bed next to him
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  13. I love it is possible for my girl to be totally latched and still look at me and smile a big smile and then head right back to work! How she can do that I will never understand, but it sure is sweet. I also love thinking that someday she will hopefully get to do this with her daughter as my mom did with me and her mom before her, etc, etc. It is part of our family history!

    Heather

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  14. I'm a Facebook follower
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  15. My fav part is the way my little dude throws his arms back and says "ahhhhhh" when he's finished nursing first thing in the morning. Makes me smile each and every morning!

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  16. The first time my daughter looked up, smiled, and went back to nursing.....makes me teary!

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  17. Awww... I loved reading everyone's memories. I so miss nursing, I can't wait for this next one to make lots of memories with.
    One thing that always made me smile is when my daughter would latch on and her eyes would roll in the back of her head like it was absolutely the greatest thing she'd ever experienced. Those big blue eyes and mid-meal smiles that melt your heart are pretty sweet too.

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  18. My favorite memory has got to be her popping off and smiling at me when she is suppose to be nursing!

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  20. I follow you on fb (Vanessa 'M' J)

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  21. I enjoy spending the "quiet" moments with my littlest one while the other 2 run around in circles. He will often stop to check out his older brothers but he will go right back to nursing once he gets a peek at what they are into. He gives me a little pat on my chest as if to say "You are more important right now!"

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  23. Favorite memories...so many. I love when they stare at my face and study it while they nurse and then I can tell by their eyes that they are smiling at me while they keep nursing. And I love watching them slowly drift from being completely awake to eyes rolling around and then completely out.

    ~Monica
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  24. I am a subscriber, too.

    ~Monica
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  25. I am just expecting our first, but I look forward to when I can experience this. I just can't wait to meet him!!

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  28. I am nursing my 8-week-old daughter right now...and my favorite thing about nursing is when she falls asleep at the breast and smiles (sometimes giggles!) in her sleep :)
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  29. I'm subscribing to your emails.
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  30. I'm a fan on FB (Bao N.)
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  31. Favorite nursing memory-- nursing long enough that each of my children was able to ask to "nur" by name. :) Sweet words.

    Amara
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  32. My favorite memory of nursing my (now 9 year old) son is him nursing to sleep in my arms, laying him down in his crib, and watching him continue to make nursing motions with his lips - and then turning around to see my husband sound asleep in our bed doing the same thing! He was definitely breastfed as a baby, and I guess the sounds/smells of a baby triggered a memory of sorts. :)
    Ruth
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  33. I'm also an email subscriber!
    Ruth
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  34. My favorite nursing memory was when my third child was 9 months old. I was sitting in the rocking chair nursing...and a thought came to me. I LOVE nursing. I had such a hard time with my first two kids....I always heard people talk about how they loved nursing and the special bond that it gave them with their babies...I had never experienced that with my other kids. I am sooo glad I kept trying it with each kid. I am now trying for my forth kid...and I can't wait to nurse! I have such great memories with my last baby. :)
    Holly
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  36. I am 39 weeks pregnant with my 3rd child. My first two experiences with nursing weren't so pleasant but I am looking forward to trying again. I loved when they grabbed onto my shirt or put their hand on my chest.

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  37. I have favorite memories with each of my three. My first, we use to call him Spider-Oscar because he used to put one foot up on my chest while he nursed. My girls, I just loooooved/love when they stop sucking and smile so precious, so sweet, makes me tear up each time.

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  39. I work 24 hour shifts, so my precious gets several bottles at a time. I love when I come home and am breastfeeding her for the first time after work. She gets so excited and can't wait when she is in the position. You can just tell her little thoughts are, "Boobie! My long lost friend. I have missed you!" It brings me joy being able to provide her so much joy.
    Randi J.

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  41. My most cherished nursing memory involves both of my children. I was nursing my 5 month old son (now 20 months), and happened to look to the other end of the couch to find my daughter, then almost 3, nursing her babydoll, cooing and rubbing her head. She was almost exactly mimicking me. It was at that moment I realized that I'd set the stage for her children. It was most precious to me.

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  42. My then 18 month daughter insisted on nursing her small teddy bear while I nursed her... So sweet.

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  43. I would love to win this! My son is 7 months and I am still breastfeeding. Going to try and do it for a year. Thank you :)

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  44. I loved nursing my son and am currently expecting baby #2 so I can't wait! One of my favorite memories was how he would hold my finger while he was nursing. He had to hold it and when he let go, I knew he was out. So sweet!

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  45. Entry #2: I am a follower of your blog and have my own at www.thedepalermoranch.blogspot.com. My email is bethaniede@msn.com. Thanks!

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  46. Entry #3: Became a fan on Facebook! Thanks for so many chances to win!

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  47. Would love to win this

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  50. my favorite nursing moment woul have to be...every single one! my daughter always glances up at me and smile and then goes back to nursing and also rubs my cheeks with her free hand while gazzing into my eyes

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  51. One of my favorite nursing memories is of my day of tandem nursing my 2 middle children who are 19 months apart. That memory makes me realize that I can do so much!

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  52. I love it when Ava is feeding then suddenly realises I'm looking at her and she gives me the biggest coy smile ever and then carries on feeding :)

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  53. The first raspberry she blew while nursing. . . priceless!

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