World Breastfeeding Week Giveaway

MAM Bottle Set


Since it is Friday, we were back with our weekly Live Facebook Q&A! In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, we decided to tackle the topic of Breastfeeding Tips and Tools today. We had plenty of tips and tools and great parents sharing their advice, but a Friday Chat wouldn’t be the same without a giveaway, right?!

Our awesome sponsor for this Friday Chat was MAM and they are giving away three fantastic MAM Newborn Basics Baby Bottle Feeding Sets. Yes,many breastfeeding moms need bottles too. MAM are breastfeeding allies and have designed their bottles to be an easy switch between breastfeeding and bottle feeding.

MAM Bottle Set

Here’s what you can win:

MAM Newborn Basics Baby Bottle Feeding Set

Containing the basics for newborn feeding care, the MAM Newborn Basics Gift Set features four bottles, two nipples, a brush, a pacifier and a teether. The Anti-Colic Bottles are designed to keep little ones from swallowing air by controlling the air pressure inside. Leakproof caps, which also double as measuring cups, are convenient for parents on the road. The pacifier features a knob grip, which is easy for baby to get hold of, as well as a nipple designed to keep the little one’s jaw and teeth aligned for proper development. (This bottle set is sold exclusively at Babies R Us)

What’s Included

  • Two 5 oz. Anti-Colic Bottles
  • Two 9 oz. Anti-Colic Bottles
  • Four leakproof caps
  • Size 2 Medium Flow Nipple
  • Size 3 Fast Flow Nipple
  • Soft Brush
  • Start pacifier
  • Bite & Relax teether



This giveaway STARTS now and ends at 11:59pm EST Sunday, August 7, 2016. US ONLY.

Rafflecopter is back for this one but we are making it SUPER EASY to enter! Only a couple of mandatory entries and the rest are optional entries. You can do them if you want or not.  But let us warn you – if you want the extra entries, make sure you actually do the entries! If you click on “leave a blog comment” on the Rafflecopter widget – make sure you actually leave a blog comment. We check! If you don’t do the actual entry – it doesn’t count! You won’t win. We’ll both be sad.

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  1. My tip is that it may not be easy!! I had the wrong impression and I thought it was going to be so easy. But its hard work! Its worth it though.

  2. As a foster parent, breastfeeding isn’t an option but I do use MAM bottles and pacifier to keep my little guy comfortable and happy.

  3. My BIGGEST word of advice, is to seek help if you think something isn’t right. I didn’t know that I could or should ask for help, and I had a very hard time breast feeding. There are so many resources that you can go to, including asking for help at the hospital. They have specialists there for you! Honestly, they rock! My second bit of advice is to get a pump. It saved my life when i had babies who would not breast feed, or fall asleep while eating. It was the only thing that kept my milk coming in. Good luck! Enjoy your baby!

  4. I only got to watch the first part of the chat live 🙁 I was going to go back and finish it, but … bummer. Anyway, Medela nipple shields were a life saver those first couple weeks. My kids were what I call “agressive nursers” and I had seriously overactive letdown, so the shields kind of slowed things down a bit. For everyone’s benefit 🙂

  5. Would love to try these! My stubborn kiddo won’t take ANY bottles. I have the sippy cup which he seems to like though.

  6. I would have watched the live chat, but stupid FB deleted it! Enough about them!! These are the only bottles that my son would take and thanks to you that’s how I tested them out! Thank you Baby Gizmo and MAM!

  7. They best thing is to relax, do not get upset the first few days, Sometimes it takes a few days for you milk to come in.
    The baby can sense if you are tense, try doing something relaxing. I liked to listen to music. Make sure you drink plenty of water you need those extra fluids to make milk and keep yourself from becoming dehydrated. Once you get the hang of it you will be so proud of the choice you made to make your baby healthier and give great bonding time.


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