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‘Breastfeeding Stories’ Book Giveaway

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Remember my post on the Breastfeeding: Stories to Inspire and Inform book? Of course you do, you all read every single word of every post here! :D Well, the lady who put the book together is very kindly letting me give away a copy of her book.

Entering is simple… comment on this blog post for the mandatory entry, and then tell the little Rafflecopter widget that you have done so. After that you can earn optional extra entries by liking the ‘Breastfeeding Stories’ page on facebook, tweeting about the giveaway and so on. Tweets can be posted daily to earn extra entries but please don’t spam your followers. Nobody likes that.

Giveaway entries close on Saturday 18th August at 00:01. In the interest of fairness (although Rafflecopter controls the winner draw) no family allowed. Sorry mum. Entrants from UK/USA/Aus/NZ allowed.

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Jem Turner jem@jemjabella.co.uk +44(0)7521056376

10 comments so far

  1. Alison Zimmer said:

    I think this book is a great idea. Although I attended NHS and NCT breastfeeding classes I wish I had read more about real life breastfeeding experiences. I never knew that initially it could be so hard, but I also never knew how truly wonderful and rewarding continuing to feed would be. The more we talk about our experiences, the more we inform, educate and inspire.
    I will share this competition and book on https://www.facebook.com/mtmilk , a page set up to celebrate breastfeeding through sharing positive bf stories, thoughts, photos, art and anything else.

  2. Deborah Hart said:

    There’s nothing quite like peer support for encouraging and sustaining feeding, IMO. These real life stories sound inspirational and honest, and that’s got to be what most nursing mums want!

  3. Beth-Anne said:

    I am fortunate enough to have wonderful support during my breastfeeding “career”, but you can never know it all. I’d love to be able to read stories of other moms and how they coped, overcame and succeeded in every aspect of nursing.

  4. Ruth said:

    This looks like an utter delight and I’d love it! My own bf days are over but I’m an NCT BF Peer Supporter and a student Breastfeeding Counsellor – some of these stories would be great to share when I start facilitating classes … and now with the mums I see as a Peer supporter … thanks for sharing with one of us!
    Rx

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