We're giving away a single electric breast pump from Tommee Tippee. The pump is designed for easy and comfortable expressing, with four suction levels and a soft silicone cup with innovative massaging ripples to mimic a baby's natural feeding action. It is BPA free, and is electric or battery operated.
How it works Tell us in the comments box below what's your favorite thing about breastfeeding and we'll enter you to win an electric breast pump from Tommee Tippee. Our random drawing of 1 mom will take place on December 20.
This giveaway is closed. Congrats to Melanie Dubay!
My favorite thing about breastfeeding is how close you get to your baby. The bond is like nothing you could ever imagine. And the easiness of it as well as the nutritional benefits cant be beat.
I like how it's best for baby and makes a bond with mom and baby.
I just like knowing that what i'm giving my child is healthy and natural and I don't ever need to worry about any recalls on it or finding out that there is something in there that shouldn't be. Plus it's great bonding time with my child.
My favorite thing about breastfeeding is the closeness you gain while holding your baby close to you and watching his or her eyes stare at you knowing that they are getting the best nutrient and love you can give a person. It is the best feeling ever. I also love that fact that it is a money saver and you dont have to clean bottles or even make them, you have your pre-made milk ready at anytime that never spoils....
At first I hated breastfeeding. It was hard to do but after we mastered it was fine. We bonded closer than anyone and there are tons of health benefits.
I love all the snuggles. We have been breastfeeding for 11 months and still going strong. I plan to breastfeed for at least two years. I have to go back to work soon and will miss this.
My favorite thing about breastfeeding is that it is something that only I can provide for my son and it makes us so much closer.
I have 4 kids breast fed 2 of them and my first child i breast fed was my daughter. She was breast fed until 20 months. She is now 5 and teachers say she is very much above grade level. I love breast feeding and think it is best. She doesnt spit up at all, and its very convienient.
i wanted the closeness with my son, but was unable to get him to latch and it didnt come out fast enough, so a week of being home we turned to pumping. My son gets the nutritious milk and i get the pride of knowing i'm giving him the best i can even if it means more work to get it to his mouth.