BornFree™’s Breastfeeding Week Giveaway

In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, BornFree™ is sponsoring an eco-fabulous giveaway! Whether you are making the transition from breast to bottle, or have just passed from infancy into toddlerhood, BornFree™’s line of BPA-free baby bottles, sippy cups, pacifiers, and feeding accessories give moms everywhere peace of mind that they are using products that will not harm their precious children. A particular favorite of “Mom’s” are the Eco Classic Bottles! From August 1st – August 7th, you can enter to win a BornFree™ bottle daily on Tiny Green Mom!

To enter, BornFree™ asks moms to tell how you transitioned from breast to bottle. Please leave your comment after this post and BornFree™ will select a winner at random to receive a BornFree bottle.

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BornFree™’s Breastfeeding Week Giveaway ends on August 7th, 2011 and is open to the US and Canada only. Please leave your email address in each comment, and make sure to leave a separate comment for every each and every entry that you make so that they will count for you!

Thank you! “Mom” at Tiny Green Mom can’t wait to announce the winner of this fabulous giveaway!

21 replies
  1. Cara Kirkland
    Cara Kirkland says:

    I transitioned from breast to bottle by alternating them until I just took the breast away completely.

  2. Tara O.
    Tara O. says:

    When I went back to work, my son had to be adjusted to the bottle for feedings. To transition him, I gave every noon feeding with a bottle, even though I was there and just pumped instead to store more.

  3. sarah
    sarah says:

    I’m expecting a baby in less than a week and plan to breastfeed and pump once I’m back to work. Hopefully the transition will be smooth.

  4. Joyce
    Joyce says:

    My son hated bottles, but a few weeks before returning to work we had bottle boot camp, and we gave him bottles with breastmilk 24/7!

  5. Tammy
    Tammy says:

    It was a pretty tricky thing going from breast to bottle with both of my kids.A few fussy moments.I did swiftly and qiuckly.

  6. Laura L.
    Laura L. says:

    I am pregnant with my first and so haven’t had to do the transition yet. But I will have to go back to work in not too long after giving birth, so for work time feedings I will be pumping and having my sweet one fed with bottles. These bottles would be great!

  7. Laura L.
    Laura L. says:

    I visited Born Free on Facebook and learned more about their bpa free bottles- and I “Like” Born Free on Facebook (Laura Love)

  8. Erica C.
    Erica C. says:

    I haven’t had the task of transitioning from breast to bottle. I’m sure I’ll be seeking advice.

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