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 the morning of Nov. 8 and announced later that day.


107 thoughts on “The Rockies lost, but you can WIN!”

  1. With all of my children, I have always loved it when they pop off, smile a big goofy grin and then pop back on (repeating this process several times usually). Very sweet!
    My second little guy always had a distinct chuckle that would come when he realized that it was time to eat. It would always crack me up.

  2. I had a LOT of trouble breastfeeding for the first 6 weeks of my son’s life. Everything that went wrong did.

    But in week 7 it started to click. Not long after, I found myself at the closing for our first-ever home. My son was hungry and I ended up feeding him at the lawyer’s office, sitting around the table with 2 lawyers, the Wells Fargo guy, our buyer’s agent (male), and my husband. I was so proud of myself for being able to do this! (And somewhat discreetly beneath my nursing shawl.)

  3. ENTER ME PLEASE AND THANK YOU! I just found out I am pregnant and dying of mourning sickness over here! anyways, so now I want this shirt! lol.. *Big Smiles*

    My favorite breastfeeding moment wasnt when I was nursing either of my boys but when one day I was watching a baby story with my 3 yr old son, when they showed a woman nursing her baby. My son looked up at me with a big smile and said “Awww! that mommy is giving her baby a drink! thats so cute!”
    I was so proud of him! I want my son to grow up knowing and understanding that breastfeeding is natural and not offensive. So hopefully one day he will support his wife if she decides to breastfeed.

  4. I love when my daughter gently rubs my arm. It makes me feel so good to be touched so lovingly while I’m breastfeeding. It’s also so cute when she will unlatch for a moment just to grin once in a while. I love it!

  5. My favorite moment was when I was nursing my 7 month-old and the little girl I was babysitting said, “she sure loves your booby-juice!”

  6. That shirt is a classic! lol, I gotta have it. I always tell my hubby that if I could have any super power it would be to be able to teleport myself and anything or anyone I may be touching at that time. But I never thought that I already have a super power. I make the best beverage for baby(you can use that one if you want)! LOL

    My favorite breastfeeding moment…A girlfriend and myself were shopping at Target. My daughter was about 2 months at the time (she’s almost 5 mo. now) and we had been out all day. I knew that time was coming but I was still nervous to breastfeed in public. Even though I had one of my nursing covers handy (that I made). About 10 minutes into the Target trip my daughter starts screaming bloody murder. I tried to un-buckle her (she was in her car seat), that didn’t work. I tried to carry her (while pushing a cart), that didn’t work. So finally, I settled my lil’ bottom down on one of the shelves (bottom shelf of course). I whipped out the cover, whipped out the “feeder” and got to it. The one bad thing was that it was in the height of summer and I decided to park it on the popular water toy’s aisle.

    You’re probably asking yourself, “now why in the world is this your favorite?” Well, because it taught me that I can’t care too much about what people think. Do what you got to do and move on. Now it probably would have been better for me to go to the car or even to the bathroom. But my mommy mind wasn’t working properly at that time so I just sat where we stopped.

    Thanks for entering me in the giveaway.

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