On January 22, 2011, I gave birth to my second baby, Samara. There was no question in my mind that I was going to breast feed. I nursed my son, Ari, now 3 1/2 years old, for 13 months, and I planned on doing the same for Samara. With both babies, I wanted the freedom to leave them with Wil or my parents, so I knew that owning a breast pump was essential.
For those of you who have pumped breast milk with an an electric pump, you know how tricky it can be. I remember pumping for Ari and I was totally uncoordinated. I would hold the pumps in place, my hands would get tired, it was really aggravating. That’s why, when Danielle @ Momotics announced that she was giving away a Simple Wishes Pumping Bra on her Virtual Baby Shower, I was (pun intended) pumped! Sorry guys, I had to!
I entered Danielle’s giveaway for the pumping bra. I didn’t think I’d win. So I was completely shocked when I got an email from her telling me that I won the bra! Hooray!
Here’s what The Simple Wishes Pumping Bra looks like:
This picture is from The Simple Wishes PR folk. I wish I had this woman’s abs.
Danielle, thank you woman! You seriously rock. I love this bra. It makes pumping so much easier than it used to be.
Don’t believe me? You’re probably thinking: “you’re just saying that because you won it. ” No people! I really love this bra.
When I realized how much I loved The Simple Wishes Pumping Bra, I wrote to their PR people and asked if they would allow me to give away one of their bras away on OS/NS Mom. Guess what? They said yes! Do you want to win this bra? You know you do.
Each one of these counts as an entry. Post a comment indicating which of these you’ve done:
1. Like Simple Wishes on Facebook
2. Follow Simple Wishes on Twitter
3. Follow Old School/New School Mom on Google Friend Connect
4. Like Old School/New School Mom on Facebook
5. Post a comment here about why you think you would love this bra!
The winner of the giveaway will be chosen randomly and announced on here on Wednesday 11/2/11. Hopefully you’ll love the bra as much as I do!
Oh, and check out Danielle’s new blog here!