The Rockies lost, but you can WIN!

I make milk. What’s your superpower? t-shirtLast week, Tanya (from The Motherwear Breastfeeding Blog) and I had a friendly bet going over the World Series between my Colorado Rockies and her Boston Red Sox. If the Rockies won, she would give away a Breastfeeding Coalition t-shirt. And if the Sox won, I would give away an “I make milk…” t-shirt from my store.

The Red Sox swept the Rockies 4-0 and the series was over before it even started, though it did get pretty good at the end of the last game. Even I, not generally a baseball fan, watched some of it. ;)

Breastfeeding Welcome Here

In light of the Sox’s win, I am indeed giving away an “I make milk. What’s your superpower?” t-shirt. And, because Tanya is such a good sport, she’s throwing in two “Breastfeeding Welcome Here” stickers as runner-up prizes. :)

Win it! 

I’m going to make this short and sweet. To win an “I make milk. What’s your superpower?” t-shirt or one of two runner-up prizes of a “Breastfeeding Welcome Here” sticker, leave a comment here stating one of your favorite breastfeeding moments. The winners will be selected using Random.org the morning of Nov. 8 and announced later that day.

 

Got laptop?

Am I the only blogger out there without a laptop? Surely not, but I tell ya, I sure feel like it sometimes. I know I could make much better use of my time if I was able to carry my computer around the house – or at least have it in the main part of the house. Right now the dinosaur is in our “office” which is away from everything, which means the bulk of my computer time has to be spent either after the kids are in bed (which makes for a tired mommy) or on the weekend (which makes for little family time) or while Ava is at preschool and Julian is napping, which is a few hours a week. I’m frustrated. I want laptop freedom.

Maybe I can move my desk into the livingroom and the TV/entertainment center up here. :) That could work.

Or better yet, anybody want to give me a laptop? I’ll be your BFF. ;)

Thanks for indulging my whiny moment. I must go now.