Win a t-shirt – photo contest

Just a reminder that I am still accepting entries for the World Breastfeeding Week photo contest to win an “I make milk. What’s your superpower?” or a “Lactivist” t-shirt. The details are here. I’ve received 16 entries so far (all of them are wonderful – I don’t know how I’m going to choose a winner!) and hope to at least double that before the end of the contest.
Special thanks to all of the bloggers who have put up links to the contest on your blogs. I appreciate you spreading the word!
Deadline to enter is Sunday, July 15.
Oh, and I’ve decided to make some sort of photo collage out of the entries which I will share on my blog during World Breastfeeding Week (Aug. 1-8).
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And while we’re on the subject of winning pro-breastfeeding t-shirts, The Lactivist is also currently running a contest. Write a quote for a picture of her cute little boy, and you could win a shirt from her store!
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Updated to add:
Celebrity Baby Blog is also asking for breastfeeding pictures to celebrate WBW, so once you submit yours to me, head on over there and submit it to her too. :)

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4 thoughts on “Win a t-shirt – photo contest

  1. First–thanks for posting a Baby Diva CHD button!

    Second–I would totally enter but, even though I have no problem breastfeeding in public, my comfort level ends with taking photographs of it. I do think it is great though that people do–the more “publicity” for breastfeeding, the better!!! Kudos to EVERYONE who enters your contest–they (and their babies) are definitely already winners.

  2. I did the CBB’s Bfing gallery last year. I’m still looking for pics this year. Claire is just about weaned now; at 27 months she only nurses a few times a week.

    Can’t wait to see the collage you are going to make!

  3. I tatooed the Obama logo on my 2 year old’s chest….It looks great …it’s part of my shameless use of the helpless that started when I started supporting any and all abortions…most especially those ones resulting from one night stands that might have interfered with my “climb the corporate ladder” campaigne” I love the sheer Uber-style of it all…overwhelming.

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