Saturday, August 21, 2010

Competition Winner!

Our nominate a friend for a Breast Feeding Pillow competition has ended!

Thank you to everyone who entered this comp - this was soooooo hard to choose a winner in the end I tried three methods which I thought were fair and the same name came up all three times (I was going to let you all choose out of the three) - I would say that was meant to be!

Congratulations Megan Drabble!!!!

Please remember we have Free This Side Next Feeding Wrist bands if you would like to have one sent to your friend.

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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Competition Winners!

Thank you to everyone who entered - this was soooo hard to choose a winner, to be honest, I had to use for my three top picks because I could not choose.

So here they are; the winners and the names of our two new Feeding Pillows.

Bloom -by Janelle Baine

Cotton Candy - by Steph E

Monday, August 9, 2010


This Competition is now closed. Winners announced below.

We are giving away TWO $30.00 BabyBaby Gift Certificates!
To enter all you need to do is come up with the most perfect name for one (or both) of our new arrivals.
Below (in two separate posts) we have two new Feeding Pillows; Leave a comment on what you think we should call each pillow and you are in!
You can name both or just one.
You can enter as many times as you like but remember the name we like best will be chosen.
The winner of each name will receive a $30.00 eVoucher to spend at babybaby
One person is eligible to win multiple times. The judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Prize is final and no Cash equivalent will be given.
Competition will close on or around August 15th, 2010

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Pillow One

This competition is now closed.
The Winner - Steph E with Cotton Candy.

Leave your name suggestion below to be in to win a $30.00 Babybaby Gift Voucher. Details above.

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Pillow Two

This competition has now closed. The Winner - Janelle Baine with Bloom

Leave your name suggestion below to be in to win a $30.00 Babybaby Gift Voucher. Details above.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

The birthday

Most days for the past month or more my little guy has been asking "Is it my birthday today"?
He knows it is coming but it is not until August 10.
Today a parcel arrived for him from his cousins who happen to be the kids of Kim from Sticky Tiki. I could not wait to open it up and I had in the mind the perfect spot for the newest addition to Sticky Tiki range. However, my little boy who so patiently accepts my replies that his birthday is not today told me "I won't open my present until my birthday".
I don't know if mummy can wait that long!

Monday, August 2, 2010

How Does World Breast Feeding Week Make You Feel?

When I first started out in the baby business I approached a large, well known organisation about advertising with them. They had a connection with my target market -mums. The organisation were happy for me to advertise but first they wanted to look over my product list to make sure we did not sell anything which promoted formula feeding.
We did not sell anything associated with formula or bottles or anything of such which was black listed; not because we were anti formula feeding it was because we are predominately a skin care company.
After much thought I decided that perhaps our values did not match and perhaps my advertising dollar was better spent else where. As a mother who had been unable to breastfeed two out of four children I certainly did not want to discriminate against those like myself and our breast feeding pillows have saved the arms of many women who have bottle fed and found this a useful tool to have.
So here we are in the middle of World Breast Feeding week and its all talk about boobs and breast milk, rights to breast feed where and when you like, nationally and internationally organised events and plenty of media attention which has left me wondering - how does this make those who can not or chose not to breast feed feel?