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The BumbleWee Nursing Wear Breastfeeding or Newborn Photo Contest is now closed. Please visit the main contest page to see the winning submission: Breastfeeding and Newborn Photo Contest.
Vote for your favorite Breastfeeding or Newborn Photo below, or enter your own. The following photo(s) have been entered into the BumbleWee Nursing Wear’s Breastfeeding and Newborn Photo Contest. Enter to Win a Maternity & Breastfeeding package worth over $350!! Package includes Maternity & Nursing Tops, PJs, Bra and more! Continue reading
Did you know that breastfeeding is green? Not only is it good for you and your baby, but it is the most organic and environmentally friendly way to feed your baby!
I remember when my son was born – being up at night, trying to catch a few hours of sleep during the day, breastfeeding every few hours, learning to cope on little sleep and the demands of suddenly being on call 24/7. New moms are tired! Continue reading
Do you have a wonderful nursing mama in your life? If so, what should you get her? Every nursing mama needs the right breastfeeding accessories. There are all kinds of gift ideas that will make her breastfeeding life easier. Depending … Continue reading
For the month of November shop at BumbleWee Nursing Wear and we’ll donate $5 of each order to Dr. Jack Newman’s Breastfeeding clinic. Dr. Jack Newman’s Breastfeeding Clinic has been around since 2005 and is known for their vital support … Continue reading
We’re coming up to another cold cold Canadian winter. This winter I’m breastfeeding and just the though of exposing any extra skin brings on a case of the goosebumps. Especially for those midnight feedings when you have to get out … Continue reading
I’m sure all you expectant moms have heard the many horror stories about breastfeeding. When I was pregnant I planned to breastfeed but was scared of how painful it might be based on the storeis I had heard from other … Continue reading
My 2 month old daughter had thrush. She’d had it for over a month and I didn’t even know it. I always though thrush was supposed to look like cheese curds inside the mouth. In my daughter it was just … Continue reading