Monday, October 10, 2011

Win a Mommy Necklace! {closed}

Have you ever wanted to frame an email?

I received an email the other day that is definitely frame worthy - Raelynn, the creator of Mommy Necklaces, said she was proud of me for making it to my 1 year goal.  *swoon*
If you are unfamiliar with Mommy Necklaces, prepare to be amazed.  These necklaces were created by a mom (Raelynn) to be beautiful on mommies, but calming for babies that were nursing.  They are hand strung by a fabulous group of women using beads that are tested and safe, feature breakaway clasps for those times when your baby forgets to be gentle, and are available in a wide, and ever changing, array of color combinations and styles.

Raelynn was so excited about my 1 year of breastfeeding celebration that she sent me not ONE, but TWO of her new beautiful Nourish Necklaces to GIVEAWAY to two of my lucky subscribers.  Enter Below.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS:
Heather B and Jessica F
Thank you to all who entered!


for feeding time fiddlers
Inspired by nursing babies.  Unique eye-catching and hand-catching design.  An appealing necklace for those babies who love to fiddle and twiddle. Little black dress worthy? Probably not.  A must-have accessory for an innocently pinched mom? YES!
The Nourish Necklace is a wearable sensory experience that brightens up nursing time by engaging a twiddling baby.  Stranded at approximately 33" inches long, the Nourish Necklace is known as THE nursing necklace among breastfeeding moms.  This bold and shimmering design will capture baby's attention, thus reducing distractibility and encouraging a nursing session that lasts longer than the classic 1-minute-on, 1-minute-off breastfeeding battle.  We've been there; we totally understand.  
The Nourish Necklace is artfully stranded.  This necklace's unique beads feature shimmer colors, smooth textures, and large shapes that are stranded to interest little fingers while the mouth is busy feeding (this necklace is not for teething).  Fun for babies, a relief for mom, Nourish is a nursing must-have.  As much fun as Nourish is, though, remember that it is still a piece of jewelry: Please do not use it as a toy or allow a child to wear it.  The Nourish Necklace is a unique necklace designed to be worn by mom as a tool while nursing. 
Infinite Rings make a intriguing accessory when added to this necklace (to be touched only while ON the necklace). 
If you get it, you probably NEED it, NOW (or maybe even yesterday!).  Make feeding time a little more nourishing with this one-of-a-kind nursing necklace -- you'll be glad you did!

Enter to win one of the Two Nourish Necklaces by Mommy Necklaces!

To Enter:
Leave one tip for breastfeeding/nursing/pumping mothers.  Something you wish you had known, a great tip you want to pass along.  Keep it positive.

Earn extra entries:

  1. Subcribe to my YouTube Channel (leave YouTube name)
  2. Like TheBubblelush on Facebook (leave your Facebook name)
  3. Like Mommy Necklaces on Facebook (leave your Facebook name)
  4. Follow TheBubblelush on Twitter (leave your @twitter name)
  5. Tweet This giveaway: I just entered to #win a Nourish Necklace by #MommyNecklaces from @thebubblelush  You can enter too! http://tinyurl.com/64hxekq
  6. Follow The Bubblelush Blog
  7. Vote for The Bubblelush Blog in Parent magazine's Blog competition
  8. Visit the Mommy Necklaces website and tell me one other product you think is fabulous.
The contest will end on Sunday, October 16th at midnight Pacific Time.
The winner will be announced on Facebook on Monday October 17th.
Good Luck and Thank You to Mommy Necklaces for sponsoring this giveaway, and supporting mothers.

410 comments:

  1. My tip on breastfeeding is to figure out what works best for you and your baby and go for it. For us, it's a combination of nursing, pumped milk and formula. But that's not necessarily for everyone. Hannah and Carla, for example, did nursing, pumped milk, and donor milk. Try out different ways and decide what is most comfortable for you...and don't stress if it's not exactly by the book or what someone else and her baby are doing.

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  2. Carla, I follow you on Twitter as bwest111.

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  3. Carla, I follow your blog as Save4Fun.

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  4. I also like the simple short necklaces. Hmmm...great Christmas idea for anyone buying for me. :-)

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  5. Nurse in private, nurse in public, cover up or don't. Do what works best for you and your baby.

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  6. I love the new flourish collection from Mommy Necklaces

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  7. I follow your blog.

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  8. I like you on facebook as Hava Bresler Freidenreich.

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  9. I like Mommy Necklaces on facebook as Hava Bresler Freidenreich.

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  10. I am subscribed to your YouTube Channel as naturalmama85

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  11. My tip is to CAKE ON the Lansinoh!! When first starting your breastfeeding journey.. even if you don't feel sore nipples yet, they are coming! Cake it on to prevent the cracks and bleeding! I've told this to SO many ladies and they say they wish they would've listened! Don't wait until the problem starts. =)

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  12. I sub to your YouTube! I just started making videos as
    ' thecutestcarter ' Hannah and my daughter Lily are 9 days apart. =)

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  13. Of course I like you on FB! as Ashlee Carter

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  14. I follow you on twitter as ashleecarter7

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  15. I follow your blog.
    Feel free to follow mine if ya like!
    www.ashleecarter7.blogspot.com

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  16. And of course I voted for you!

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  17. My best tip to help increase supply is this:

    Grab that delicious baby and head to bed for a mini vacation. Relax with baby, watch movies, read books be waited on hand and foot (ha, if your SO isn't lazy like mine) and just breastfeed. Be topless if you can, and feed whenever you see signs of hunger in baby. Don't latch them off at any stage unless they do it themselves, and IGNORE the housework!

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  18. I follow your youtube channel - TheKiwiMummy

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  19. I follow you on facebook - Ashlea TheKiwiMummy

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  20. I already like Mommy Necklaces on facebook - Ashlea TheKiwiMummy

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  21. I follow your blog

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  22. I love the Dangling Donuts and the earrings on the Mommy Necklace website

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  23. Wish I had known about these! I am about to end my breastfeeding journey in Jan for sure. Sadly if not before. :/

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  24. Oh I am Melody Hunt on Facebook. Wantin2learn on Youtube. I actually wouldn't mind winning this for a mother who is about to start breastfeeding if that is allowed.

    My advice: It will hurt at first. It doesn't hurt for long. Your nipples need to get use to being used. If you are worried about the pain there are tons of women who can help you. I ususally looked at the La Leche League website. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Oh another good thing to do is print out the laws in your state if you plan on nursing in public.

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  25. One tip I have is water...lots of water! :)

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  26. I'm subbed on YouTube. Username: allharr

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  27. My tip would be to research infromation about breastfeeding. Buy a book, take a class, or go to breastfeeding sites online. I was blissfully unaware of just about everything and ended up switching to formula at 2 months with my first because I didn't know how to keep my supply up. I was determend to breastfeed my second, so I read ALOT about BFing this time around and now that I have my second we have been going strong with nursing at 5 months, and have encountered few if any problems. This is what has helped me, so this is my tip.

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  28. I like you on FB.

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  29. I voted for you :)

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  30. Already subscribed to your YT.
    Butterflylove85

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  31. I like the dangling donuts

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  32. Like you on FB.
    Jessica Beatson Fenter

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  33. A tip of breastfeeding mothers: RELAX! It is so important that when you are nursing you are comfortable and relaxed. Being tense and anxious (because of nursing issues or worries about supply) will cause your body not to release an as good let down. You have to relax and let go for the milk to flow. Enjoy this time and slow your breathing and try to remain calm. This will keep baby calm and happy along with your milk flowing freely.

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  34. Like Mommy Necklaces on FB.
    Jessica Beatson Fenter

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  35. Following you on Twitter.
    @Butterflylove85

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  36. I subscribe to your youtube channel my youtube name is MandeeTheGreat

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  37. Tweeted the giveaway.
    @Butterflylove85

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  38. EssentialbirthmommyOctober 10, 2011 at 9:50 PM

    When pumping, try not to focus on the milk in the container, relax and read a book or something, when your body relaxes and you aren't stressing about how much you're getting, you'll get more milk! I promise!

    I'm also subscribed to your YouTube: kitsune533
    Like your fb: Sarah Vo
    Follow your blog: essentialbirthmommy

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  39. I like TheBubblelush on facebook

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  40. Following your blog.

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  41. I like Mommy Necklaces on Facebook - Mandee Palmer

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  42. Voted a while ago. <3

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  43. I follow this blog

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  44. EssentialbirthmommyOctober 10, 2011 at 9:52 PM

    I also voted for you for Parent Magazine :)

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  45. I love just about every color of Dangling Donut necklaces Mommy Necklaces has and really wish I could afford to get them all!!

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  46. I'm subbed to your youtube channel. I'm nellbeans.

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  47. I liked Mommy Necklaces on FB. I'm Janelle Gilmore.

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  48. My tip would be to take the support where ever you can get it! Go to LLL meetings in your area, have your lactation lady on speed dial, and don't give up! You can do it!

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  49. I sub to your youtube channel

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  50. I like theBubblelush on FB

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  51. I love the flat rocks on the mommy necklaces site. Especially 'sorbet'

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  52. I follow thebubblelush on twitter @Maudette1014

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  53. I follow thebubblelush blog

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  54. One tip is to get appropriate gear for breastfeeding to make it easier for u. Buy nursing tops and bras and clothing that are compatible with nursing. Just anything to make it a more pleasant and not so fussy experience.

    My YouTube name is topazbaby09

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  55. My tip for breastfeeding/pumping is to pump one side while feeding babe on the other. I get so much more that way than by just pumping alone.

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  56. I would love to add the dangling donut in Earth to my collection

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  57. I voted for thebubblelush via your link on your blog

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  58. My tip to use silicone breast pads. They prevent your nipples from leaking and are much slimmer than disposable ones.

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  59. fb name: adriane bowman villanueva

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  60. yt name: arbowman

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  61. i like dangling donut mystic

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  62. BreastFriend OVER Boppy for sure! Xoxo Happy breastfeeding!

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  63. I follow you on youtube I'm mrstimmyt

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  64. I like TheBubblelush on Facebook (Katie Thompson)

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  65. I like Mommy Necklaces on Facebook (Katie Thompson)

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  66. Never give up. It may seems hard in the beginning but it to will pass.

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  67. I adore the dangling donut- posh necklace!

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  68. I already subscribe to your channel-TrsofRd08.
    I already like TheBubbleLush on fb-Heather Lainhart.
    I like Mommy Necklaces on fb-Heather Lainhart.
    I already voted for your blog.

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  69. Breastfeeding may not feel "perfectly natural" in the beginning when you and baby are just getting the hang of it and that's completely NORMAL but it gets easier and is sooo worth it =)

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  70. I'm subscribed to your Youtube channel (heatherl1224 on youtube)

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  71. I "like" thebubblelush on facebook (Heather Cavinder)

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  72. I "like" Mommy Necklaces on facebook (Heather Cavinder)

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  73. I'm a follower of your blog! (heather_cavinder@yahoo.com)

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  74. I voted for your blog in Parent magazine's competition!

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  75. I think the Ambience Locked Donut from Mommy Necklaces is gorgeous and the perfect length for my little one...not too long not too short =)

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  76. If you really want to breastfeed...invest in a good pump! and don't wait until the last minute like I did!! I bought the single electric pump and I wish I would have bought the double ...it would have saved me SO much time!!!

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  77. I am subscribed to your youtube channel :) Smleblanc1

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  78. I "like" TheBubblelush on facebook - Shannon Smleblanc

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  79. I "like" Mommy Necklaces on facebook - Shannon Smleblanc

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  80. I follow TheBubblelush on Twitter - Smleblanc1

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  81. I've only been breastfeeding for two months, but the best tip I could give is to just get through the "giving up" times and you'll never look back. Days 4-8 were the hardest, most painful breastfeeding days for me. But it's so weird that now what hurt me so much, is painless, and even feels good. It's such a special time for me and my little one. Even at 3 in the morning :)

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  82. I'm subscribed to your youtube, amandad0108

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  83. I voted for The Bubblelush blog in the parent magazine contest

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  84. I like TheBubblelush on facebook, Amanda Mullenhour Dawley

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  85. I like Mommy Necklaces on facebook, Amanda Mullenhour Dawley

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  86. I follow TheBubblelush on Twitter, @AmandaDawley

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  87. I tweeted the giveaway, @AmandaDawley

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  88. I follow TheBubblelush blog

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  89. I voted for TheBubblelush Blog in Parent's magazine

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  90. I follow your blog!!

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  91. I love the teardrop necklace in Raven. I think the teardrop is beautiful, and those colors would go with a lot of my clothes

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  92. I tweeted about this giveaway - smleblanc1

    http://twitter.com/#!/Smleblanc1/status/123725387984420865

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  93. I like the Allure Flat Rock...it would be so pretty at Christmas time :)

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  94. Try different positions. You'll never know what you like until you try it. I read it also prevents mastitis to have the baby nursing in different ways.

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  95. I subscribe to your YouTube!

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  96. Tip: Take advantage of the lactation consultants in the hospital before you leave!

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  97. Im subscribed to your YT. (bfrost489)

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  98. I like thebubblelush on fb. (Brittany Frost)

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  99. I like mommy necklaces on fb. (Brittany Frost)

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  100. I follow thebubblelush on twitter. (bfrost489)

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  101. I follow thebubblelush blog.

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  102. I love that mommy necklaces have matching bracelets.

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  103. it's hard to pick just one tip! mine is to not be afraid to utilize the help that's available to you. with my first baby i didn't want to bug anyone with my problems. little did i know there are ladies out there that live to help mamas breastfeed! (and i'm one of them now.)

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  104. i subscribe on yt (fakecrab)

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  105. i like on fb (missy henderson)

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  106. i follow on twitter (@fakecrab)

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  107. i like mommy necklaces on facebook (missy henderson)

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  108. I dont have breastfeeding advice but I do plan on breastfeeding my twins who are scheduled to be here tomorrow morning! Breast is Best!

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  109. i also like the raven dangling donut... i seriously need to win one of these (even more than i needed to win that nursing tank.. :) my little girl scratches and pinches like CRAZY. i've always got this rash looking thing on my boobs, but really it's tiny claw marks! eek!

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  110. My tip is to remember that though the nights are long...the years are short & fly by way to fast! So though there may be days when you feel like giving up or pulling your hair out- hang in there. One day you will look back & long for these days!

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  111. I "liked" TheBubblelush on Facebook. My username is Jennifer Segundo Driscoll

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  112. I "liked" Mommy Necklaces on facebook- my username is Jennifer Segundo Driscoll

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  113. I am following @TheBubblelush- my name is @MommyJen2

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  114. I just tweeted about this giveaway!

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  115. I am a follower of your blog! :)

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  116. I voted for you in the Parent magazine's Blog competition cause you so deserve it!

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  117. I liked you on FB! Amy E Robinson

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  118. I liked MommyNecklaces on FB. Amy E Robinson

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  119. I follow you on Twitter. arobinsc

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  120. Just visited the mommy necklace website & a product that Caught my eye was Dangling Donut in Aurora- great color combo!

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  121. Britney ShrewsburyOctober 11, 2011 at 6:12 AM

    Trust your gut when it comes to breastfeeding. You don't always have to go to formula. Do the research.

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  122. Britney ShrewsburyOctober 11, 2011 at 6:13 AM

    I am Subscribed to your YT channel

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  123. Britney ShrewsburyOctober 11, 2011 at 6:13 AM

    I Like you on Facebook! :)

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  124. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/arobinsc/status/123747837463891968

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  125. Britney ShrewsburyOctober 11, 2011 at 6:13 AM

    I Like Mommy Necklaces on Fb

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  126. Britney ShrewsburyOctober 11, 2011 at 6:13 AM

    I voted for The Bubblelush Blog

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  127. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:14 AM

    My tip is to believe that you can. Many times we are full of insecurities, and breastfeeding needs FAITH.

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  128. I follow the blog!

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  129. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:14 AM

    I liked the Bubblelush in facebook (Marta Riestra Ramos)

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  130. Britney ShrewsburyOctober 11, 2011 at 6:15 AM

    I like the dangling donut Dream

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  131. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:15 AM

    I liked Mommy Necklaces on facebook (Marta Riestra Ramos)

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  132. I'm partial to the Dangling Donuts.

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  133. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:17 AM

    I follow TheBubblelush on Twitter (@MartaHarnecker)

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  134. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:18 AM

    I tweeted the giveaway (@MartaHarnecker)

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  135. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:19 AM

    I follow the Bubblelush Blog

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  136. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:19 AM

    I voted for The Bubblelush Blog in Parent magazine's Blog competition

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  137. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:20 AM

    my favorite products from Mommy Necklaces website are the donuts add-ons. Perfect for teething babies!

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  138. Marta Riestra RamosOctober 11, 2011 at 6:21 AM

    I am suscribed to your youtube channel (Harnecker)

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  139. I am still TTCing, but I have heard that talking to/getting help from a lactation consultant right after you have your baby is extremely helpful!

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  140. I am subscribed to your YouTube channel (TheMinniehaha24)

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  141. I like TheBubblelush on Facebook (Mindy Letts Riske)

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  142. I like Mommy Necklaces on Facebook (Mindy Letts Riske)

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  143. I follow TheBubblelush on Twitter (minniehaha24)

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  144. I follow The Bubblelush Blog

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  145. I voted in the Parent's magazine competition

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  146. I really like the versatility of the Simply Strands from Mommy Necklaces. I especially like the colors Bermuda and Dream.

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  147. Buy a pump before you deliver, even if you don't plan on pumping on a regular basis. I ended up using mine several times during the first few weeks and it was a huge life saver when I had a few clogged ducts.
    My son and I are now celebrating 17.5 months of breastfeeding and still going strong :)

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  148. I'm subscribed to your wonderful YT channel! BoutuqueMomma

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  149. I'm a FB stalker ;) McKenzie Ransom

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  150. I follow Mommy Necklaces on FB as well. McKenzie Ransom

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  151. Following you on Twitter! @KenzieMX3

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  152. And I just tweeted about your contest...@KenzieMX3

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  153. I voted for you in the Parenting Magazine Contest (Good luck!!!)

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  154. My nursing tip would be not to give up. The first few weeks can be hard but once you get past that it is very enjoyable!

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  155. I am a bubblelush blog follower

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  156. subbed to your youtube

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  157. I visited the Mommy Necklace website and I like the long simple strand in frost. I love that you can buy the donuts separately and customize the necklace to match any outfit. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  158. Like you on fb bryton rankin

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  159. votted for you on parents .com

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  160. I am a going to be a new mom in April. I do not have any advice to give about breastfeeding. All I know is that it is very important to me and I can not wait!

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  161. I wasn't able to breastfeed my son, but hope to this time around.
    I subscribe to you on youtube (aludman1986)
    I liked you on facebook (ashley ludman bfp)
    I follow you on twitter and tweeted about this contest (@ashleyludman)
    I follow your blog and I voted for you!

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  162. I am subscribed to on YouTube! My name is MandD627.

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  163. I Like TheBubblelush on Facebook. My FB name is Mand AndD.

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  164. I like Mommy Necklaces on Facebook. My FB name is Mand Andd

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  165. I voted for you on Parent Magazine's Blog!

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  166. My breastfeeding tips: Know that the most painful time is the beginning of nursing when you and your little one are working on properly latching. Once you and your baby learn the steps nursing becomes an enjoying and a wonderful way to bond. Also, read at least one nursing book beforehand I liked The Nursing Mother’s Companion By Kathleen Higgins. Two things I couldn’t live without are my Medela Pump in Style and my Medela sleep bras.

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  167. I LOVE mommy necklaces. I can not wait to get some of my own! I love the dangling donuts and the simple short with a donut!

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  168. Christina Sunshine W.October 11, 2011 at 8:14 AM

    buy yourself an easy to handle water bottle to keep yourself hydrated. i bring mine with me everywhere and i swear thats one of the reasons ive kept my oversupply up these last 6 months so i can donate some of my milk. also, find support anywhere you can, its helpful to have people to complain to when things go bad.

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  169. My tip for nursing mommies is to stick with it because it gets WAY easier as they get older. I'm so glad I did (and this is coming from a mommy that went to the ER twice for dehydration in the first 6 weeks!). I am so glad I stuck with it... (Just don't be stupid like me... drink water)!

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  170. I follow you on Twitter. My name is MandD627

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  171. After you get into a routine and have been at it a few months, pump altleast one bottle a day. Just having my husband be able to cover one feeding in the evening was such a relief and gave me a wonderful break!

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  172. One tip I wish I would have known when breastfeeding is that you may have a large amount of milk and 2 great ways for dealing with it is tucking a large burpcloth into your bra so any milk drips arent left onto your clothes. Second being a product that are milk bags that you can put onto the breast that your not nursing from and it catches your let down so you dont waste it into your clothes or pads. Bonus: DONATE!!!! There are so many babies everywhere in need of this liquid gold!!!!

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  173. I'm happily sub'd!!!!
    Bakerof5

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  174. like you on fb!!!!
    ashley baker (harland)

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  175. I follow your blog....
    ashleybaker

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  176. LOVING.....the enigma, zeal and reflection simple strands!!!!!

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  177. Vote #140 for your blog on Parents!!!!

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  178. My tip: Stick with it. I pumped for my daughter for 6 months.. and that was awful! But I stuck with it.. I knew what was best for her and what she needed. My son was a pro at breastfeeding from the start, so we never had any issues and I've been able to breastfeed him for almost 15 months now! But with my daughter I had to tell myself constantly "Just stick with it.. she needs it!" So glad that I was able to give her what I did!

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  179. Liked TheBubblelush on FB! :)
    Samantha Erwin Kienlen

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  180. Already liked MN on FB! :) Love them!
    Samantha Erwin Kienlen

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  181. Followed on Twitter!
    SamanthaItWorks

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  182. Tweeted the giveaway!

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  183. Love Mommy Necklace Long Simple Strands.. but the chokers are my favorite during summer time! I love how they make me feel pretty even on my "mom days" where I'm only in sweats, tshirt & messy pony tail!

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  184. my baby girl is 5 weeks old i wish someone would have told me before hand how not to let the nurses steres you out about long and how much she is eating. It will get better at home

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  185. Voted for you Carla! Hope you get in the top ten, although you are #1 to us! :)

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  186. Naturallythriftymom - BrittanyOctober 11, 2011 at 9:35 AM

    My tip is to stick with it! The beginning is the hardest and it does get better.

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  187. Naturallythriftymom - BrittanyOctober 11, 2011 at 9:36 AM

    I'm a Youtube sub! (NaturallyThriftyMom)

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  188. Love your youtubchannel somthing I wish I known are the nursing necklaces I brest fed my 2 older kids and and am brestfeeding my 9 month old and am just learning abut this necklaces. Tip enjoy your brestfeeding I feel sad because am brestfeeding my baby and its the last baby am going to brest feed cant have more babys but I have enjoyed nursing all 3 of my kids and dont regret it at all.

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  189. Naturallythriftymom- brittanyOctober 11, 2011 at 9:37 AM

    I liked you on FB! (Brittany kay)

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  190. Naturallythriftymom - BrittanyOctober 11, 2011 at 9:39 AM

    I like mommy necklaces on FB!

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  191. Naturallythriftymom - brittanyOctober 11, 2011 at 9:41 AM

    Following ya on Twitter! (Brittanykay2210)

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  192. I like mommy necklaces on FB!
    Danielle Hood

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