New Mom Care Ameda Pump and More

Ameda Giveaway for New Moms!

Ameda Purely Yours Breast Pump, Hydrogels, Eat at Moms shirt

Purely Yours Ameda Breast Pump:  This great breast pump is portable and lightweight, making it convenient to transport and includes a CarryAll tote.

New Mom Care Package including a bra/cami, t-shirt, Store’N Pour, Breast pads and Hydrogel. 

Bra/Cami: The Ameda Intimates™ Nursing Camisoles are designed with nursing moms in mind by adapting to your changing breast size! Perfect for use as your breasts transform and while breastfeeding provides comfort and support. As a nursing mom your breast size can vary as your milk fills and your baby feeds. The flexible fabric comfortably supports you during these changes.

T-Shirt: An Ameda [email protected] T-Shirt

Store’N Pour: The Store‘N Pour Breast Milk Storage Bags feature everything a mother could want:

  •  Easy-close zip seal so bags won’t leak
  • Unique tear-and-pour spout helps prevent spills during milk transfer
  • Gusseted bottom allows filled bag to stand on its own
  • No more sticky tape or twist ties—unique flange adapters easily attach to pump kits and channel milk flow below the zip seal to prevent milk loss
  • Freezer safe
  • Without BPA and DEHP

The Ameda NoShow Premium Disposable Nursing Pads offer the features breastfeeding mothers prize most: Greatest absorbency and has a unique triangular shape that fits neatly and stays inside most any bra style.

Hydrogel Pads:For breastfeeding mothers with nipple discomfort, ComfortGel Extended-Use Hydrogel pads provides relief from soreness by soothing, cooling, and protecting nipples. 

Total Retail Value: $260

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  1. Please don’t cheat, we’re daring to trust that you’ll participate in the giveaway in a way that makes it fair for everyone, thank you.

  2. This giveaway is available to Leakies in the USA only, sorry for our international followers. Please understand, it is not intentional but due to shipping costs, customs, and safety regulations concerning different products and not all the items included in our giveaway are permitted in all countries. Thank you for understanding.

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  1. Heather Edwards says:

    I would love to win this giveaway!

  2. I lacked a lot of preparation for breastfeeding. It made the beginning very painful and confusing. I had supportive husband and family but I know that having that knowledge would have been so much more easier.

  3. What a great giveaway! I tried to prepare myself for breastfeeding by making sure I had what I thought I needed, nursing tanks, bras, nipple cream. Nothing could of prepared me for the journey my son and I went on. We dealt with flat nipples, significant weight less, tongue tie, lip tie, cracked and bleeding nipples, etc. I’m proud to say we are 3 months in, and going strong!

  4. I prepared for breastfeeding by researching what I could and going to classes available at the hospital as well as reaching out to a local support group.

  5. Amanda cain says:

    I prepared myself for nursing by asking questions to my peers and finding rrsources i may need.

  6. Alysha Colliver says:

    Thank you for this generous giveaway!

  7. So glad I found you almost 5 years ago when my second was born, with just your online information and inspiration we made it over three years nursing 🙂 now that I have milk again due to new babe he even sneaks in some sips now.and then . He thanks little brother for sharing 🙂

  8. I have loved all of the support from the Leaky Boob community for breastfeeding!!

  9. This is my 5th baby and I’ve breastfed all of my previous children as well. The best way I could prepare myself was to just expect the unexpected. It doesn’t matter how many kids you’ve had, they are all so different in so many ways that it cant just be assumed it will be easy to nurse. However, I have learned, from my latest two deliveries, that putting baby to the breast as soon as possible and just nursing for however long the hospital will let you (I’ve only had hospital births so obviously if you have a home birth as long as you like) is so important to establishing a great nursing experience. After all of the hard work both you and baby have done, that peace that comes from nursing, it’s just magical!

  10. I tried to prepare myself for breastfeeding by getting nursing tanks and bras, nipple creams, nursing pads, etc, etc. I also talked to others in my life who had breastfed and they all kinda scared me! Horror stories and such. My mom and husband were a great support but I just don’t think I could really “prepare” for it. We stuck with it and it has been so rewarding 🙂

  11. Since this is my first baby, I am preparing myself for breastfeeding by attending La Lache League meetings, taking a class on breastfeeding, and meeting with an ICBLC before my little guy is born. That way I have easily navigable resources to use once he is here!

  12. Last time prepared myself with education, this time prepared myself with more education plus supplements: alfalfa, inositol, goat’s rue, metformin. Hoping this time works!

  13. I attended breast feeding classes, which helped so much!
    But ultimately, just go with your gut and natural motherhood instincts!!

  14. I took a childbirth class and did a lot of reading (online articles and blogs, books, etc.), but I still had a lot to learn!

  15. I will prepare by having all the necessary supplies and reading all the articles I can. And relying on others for support too!

  16. Candice K says:

    I’ll prepare by taking classes and joining a local support group.

  17. compared to my first where i started to breastfeed without knowing a single thing other than you place baby on the boob, i made sure to learn as much as i could and i am so thankful i found this site along with an fb group that i can go to and seek help or vent/get tips. there arent enough words to explain how great that feels when with my first i didnt have any support from anyone but my bf and my family would consistently tell me to stop after the first two months…we went almost 3 yrs until she decided to wean and two months later i got pregnant with my current one 🙂

  18. Jacquelyn says:

    I took a breastfeeding class while pregnant and meet with a lactation consultant.

  19. I prepared for breastfeeding my #
    4Th child by buying lacation supplements and stocking healthy snacks.

  20. Kayli reynolds says:

    Yay this is Great giveaway . Hoping I win Bc I could definitely use all of it. I’m currently exclusively bf’ing my 7 week old . I didn’t do much to “prepare” besides get my breast pump and bought the kiinde breastfeeding kit .

  21. Austin Baroudi says:

    This would be for my sister and I don’t thinks she’s prepared for it. I think she’s just going to wing it. Thanks so much for the chance!

  22. Theresa Hover says:

    I’m hoping to take a BF class, and really try to have patience and realistic exceptions. Having the right equipment would be really important too (I mean besides breasts 🙂 )

  23. Mariah bubel says:

    thank you for this chance while I’m up breastfeeding my newborn:)

  24. Katherine says:

    I’ll prepare by attending La Leche League meetings.

  25. Miriam Matheny says:

    I had success with fennel oil making my colostrum super rich last time so I will be doing the same at the end of this pregnancy. I will also make sure to have herbal supplements on hand as well as go to as many LC appointments needed

  26. I found the best way to prepare was to read up on the basics and know where to find information for when baby comes. You never know what your issues might be, so having the research skills to find what you need is the best way to prepare!

  27. I prepared myself by taking a class from a lactation expert! My son is 5 months now and nurses like a champ!

  28. My favorite item in the giveaway is the ameda purely yours breast pump.

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