Homemade Ginger Elixir

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Let’s talk about barf. Vomit really isnt something that anyone really *WANTS* to think about until you are dealing with a “situation”.

The culprit of the vomiting isnt always known. In some instances, if nausea is a factor and if it can be calmed, vomiting may be able to be reduced or in some cases avoided.

Ginger has some amazing properties that aid in easing a nauseated stomach caused by anything from motion sickness to morning sickness.

Since I was a child, Ive suffered from an GI problem that was allowed to go untreated for way too long. In recent past the condition has become something that has got to be addressed before it is allowed to go any further.

One of the things that has worked the best for me in soothing upset stomach is  Ginger Root. I carry purse fulls of Ginger Chew Candies that I pick up at the health food store but sometimes I need something a bit more immediate. Thats where my Homemade Ginger Elixir comes in. And its easy to make.

What you need:

•1 Pound of Raw Ginger Root (peeled and sliced into small, thin pieces)

•Sauce Pan with lid

•4 Cups of Water

•4 Cups of Sugar

• Strainer (Mesh)

After peeling and cutting your raw Ginger Root into pieces, add your Ginger pieces to your sauce pan and add water. Bring the water and Ginger to a boil and then reduce the heat to a medium and cook until your liquid reduces by half (you want to be able to pour off about two cups of Ginger Infused broth/water).

Once your Ginger Broth/Water has cooled, strain your water to remove any large ginger particles or pieces. Return liquid to sauce pan (discard the strained particles) and bring to a boil and slowly begin to add your sugar while stirring. Reduce your heat to low and continue to stir until all of the sugar has completely disolved and it begins thicken into a syrup like thickness.

To use, you can take it by the spoon or you can add it to a small glass of warm water (this is how I consume it when I know vomiting is coming  because warm water “comes up” much easier than cold water). Stores it in the fridge for about 7-10 days. I usually keep a 4 oz jar in the fridge and freeze the remaining in 3.5oz portions in Breastmilk Freezer Bags and thaw in the fridge as needed.

In addition to being great for helping an upset tummy, it is also great in coffee, used as a chicken glaze or added to tea.

If you are not familiar with Ginger, particularly fresh ginger, it does have a kick to it. It is warming to the senses, but not in the same way Chili Peppers are. Its hard to explain. Most children say its ‘hot’ but its only ‘hot’ breifly.

You can save the cooked Ginger for a Pineapple Ginger Chicken Rub/Marinade Recipe.

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Detangling Dolls Hair is Easy

Do your kids have Barbie or My Little Ponies that need some serious detangling? If so, here is a great way to easily detangle and revitalize synthetic doll hair (or synthetic wigs)

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Make your own detangling spray for dolls, cheap and easily. Maybe even with things you already have around your house. 

What you need:

•Spray Bottle
•Water
•Liquid Fabric Softener
•Assorted Combs and Brushes

Mix 50% Water to 50% Fabric Softener (1 cup to 1 cup) and mix around in the spray bottle. Undress doll and hold over sink and mist the dolls hair with the solution and begin working knots out from the ends, gradually working your way towards the head with a wider toothed comb while brushing until knots have brushed out. After all dolls, ponies, doll heads, etc had their hair detangled, I quickly rinsed each dolls hair (and I rinse the body as well because it gets a bit sticky from the fabric softener being all over your hands). Once all of the dolls hair have dried, they are good as new.

I did observe that not all doll hair could be corrected/detangled. I have included a photo (bottom of page) of a pony who has a tail that is unhelpable.

Take caution in where the mist of your detangling spray lands. If it lands on flooring, it may become very slippery and its pretty difficult to mop off tile so that the tile doesnt become slippery when it gets wet in the future.

Pinkie Pie Equestrian Girl : Before

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Pinkie Pie Equestrian Girl : After

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After hair has completely dried
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My Little Ponies : Before
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My Little Ponies : After

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Barbie Head : Before

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Barbie Head : After

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This is the hair of the pony who couldnt be fixed. Before and after photos dont bear much of a difference. I ended up forcefully separating this ponies hair into 3 sections and gave her a tight braid and banded her hair.

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And since fabric softener is a chemical compound, its probably a good idea to only use this on dolls and synthetic that have been checked for compatibility in an inconspicuous place. And dont drink it or leave it where your kid could drink it or wash the dog with it, despite it might make the dog smell mountainy fresh…still not a good idea.

Breastfeeding Addison Serenity

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The experience of breastfeeding my child is wonderful for many reasons. Not only is it good nutrition, it is also
a great bonding experience. It allows me to hold my daughter close, cuddle her, and be in awe. In addition,
breastfeeding reduces the cost of formula and is always accesible.

As soon as my daughter was born, I was excited to breastfeed her as I was aware of the many advantages it offers. 
However, it was a bit challenging. It was difficult for her to latch on properly and I was not sure how to hold and
position her correctly. By the second day, my nipples were sore, bleed and hurt really bad. After reading about
breastfeeding, I thought I was prepared.  Unfortunately, it was not the case– it has harder than what I anticipated.
Despite the struggles, I was determined to get it right; therefore, learned to be patient and asked for help. It was
a learning experience for both of us. Because I did not breastfeed my first child, who is now 6 years old, I felt
like we had missed out on an amazing opportunity. At that time, I had the same challenges and gave up instead of seeking help.

Because my milk supply was so low, I was encouraged to breastfeed for at least a week after birth.  They assured me that
my baby would be getting colostrum, which is the most important part of breastfeeding for a newborn.  However, I felt like
that amount of time would not suffice. Thanks to the support of other breastfeeding mommy’s and further research, I learned
about different methods to increase my milk supply.

The importance of breastmilk is critical for my child as it helps her with digestion, reduces colic and gas. Breastmilk stores
the right amount of vitamins and proteins that my baby needs to grow. It is also convenient to be able to feed her in the middle
of the night instead of waking up, half asleep, to prepare a bottle. Best part of all is that it is free! Breastfeeding also
benefits me as it helps my uterus in returning to its pre-pregnancy size and reduces post-partum bleeding, as well as helping me
to return to my pre-pregnancy weight.

Our breastfeeding time together is truly amazing! I will soon return to work, and although I will be pumping, I will miss the
eye to eye contact we share.

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Breastfeeding with Breast Implants

With my first child, in 1996, I attempted to breastfeed and had zero support, no means to really research breastfeeding, so naturally this was a complete failure.

With my second child I nursed for approximately 8 months, but I was still very uneducated about the whole process. I made many mistakes. I ended up weaning due to the belief that I wasn’t producing enough milk based off one factor. Engorgement. I was no longer feeling engorged so I thought I had an inadequate supply.

I’ve had breast implants for about 10 years now. During this time, people who have known, come to know or noticed have always felt the need to voice their opinion on my choices.

I’ve heard everything from “You were fine the way you were”, and “You should have loved the way you were” and “You looked better without them” to remarks about my self esteem and self confidence. I made this choice for myself. I reseached my Surgeon. I worked to earn the money. I saved my money. I wasn’t happy with what I saw in the mirror. I didnt do it to please anyone else. And at the end of the day, It was my choice to create the image I wanted to see in the mirror.

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I chose to have my implants placed Sub Muscular, often referred to as behind the muscle, however the implant is technically placed between the Pectoralis Major and Pectoralis Minor in a pocket created to hold the implant.

I chose a Periareolar Incision, which is essentially an incision that is made around the bottom edge of the areola. I chose this incision over the Inframammory Fold Incision (the crease under the breast), the Transubumbilical incision (incision made in the belly button) and the Transaxillary Incision (in the armpit) because I would have a shorter recovery time granted the type of placement that I had chosen. Recovery was lengthy with an “Behind the Muscle” placement. I expected to be sore and tender as you would expect with any invasive surgery. I knew I would need help but the one thing I dont think I completely understood was, You use your Pectoral Muscles for just about every movement your body makes, whether you know it or not. This wasn’t a breast Augmentation that would have a 3 day recovery.

I did not plan to have more children at the time and felt my family was pretty complete. About 5 years later, that all changed. We decided we wanted to have more children.

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We were fortune to have twins and I fully planned to breastfeed. Yes, with implants. Initially I was told this was impossible and not to waste my time trying. However, after some research I learned that there was information that indicated that the “impossibility” of breastfeeding wasn’t as “impossible” as I was initially told. This made me very happy.

The birth of the twins was quite traumatic, they arrived 5 weeks ahead of schedule and I had an emergency C-Section that wasnt as much of an emergency as I was led to believe. Both of my babies had some medical concerns and difficulty feeding and keeping milk down. Baby A recovered with me in my room, Baby B was taken to Intensive Care and I did not see her for 12 hours. I didn’t have a proper support network, accurate information and again constantly had someone in my ear saying “You can’t breastfeed (with implants)” for every reason imaginable from “it’ll wreck your body” to “they will pop” and “Silicone will leak into your baby and they will die” . Nearly every bit of information was nonfactual and based off no fact whatsoever. The thing that bothered me the most was they were repeating this to me and it was obviously something they believed too. We faced alot of issues. Over Engorgement, Poor Latch, Soreness, Overactive Letdown, Lip Tie, Tongue Tie, Dietary Concerns, Both were on Reflux Prescriptions. By approximately 6 weeks both were formula fed.

We were almost immediately blessed with another pregnancy, a baby girl. Again, I wanted to breastfeed her. I was determined. I was going to do it. Her delivery was complicated and we ended up staying in the hospital for 5 days. During that time I had some great, very supportive lactation certified nurses. It was sort of a relief to have the help because I needed it.

After I got home, I met a WIC Lactation Consultant named Sarah at the Casa Grande WIC Office and the Eloy WIC Office. Had it not been for Sarah and the information, help and encouragement, I don’t think our Breastfeeding relationship would have been such a strong relationship. I was one of the first women she had worked with that has breast implants, but she was incredibly knowledgable. If she didn’t have the answers, she would find them. Not only was she helpful in keeping our Breastfeeding strong during her 9-5 business hours, she was there for me at 10pm on a Sunday night when I just didn’t think I could do it one more time. Sarah went out of her way to provide me accurate information about medications and the safety and impact on breastmilk. She moved on from WIC and I was never able to thank her. My daughter and I shared almost a 3 year long breastfeeding relationship. An amazing lifelong bond was built between Azari and I.

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Fact is, breastfeeding with implants can be done. Not everyone can do it. Chosen placement may effect your ability, your incision location might be a comfort factor. But to blindy walk into the situation thinking you cannot do it is not much different than saying “My sister had a C-Section because her baby was breech, so I will also have a C-Section” when this couldn’t be further from the truth. Just as every birth and pregnancy is unique, so is every Breastfeeding Relationship, including those with implants.

Changing Arizona Breastfeeding Laws

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I was obsessed with my computer and social media long before Facebook happened.  As a stay at home mom I needed the window to the world provided by messages boards.  I belonged to one on Yahoo called AZMamas, a group for moms who were striving to raise our children in a gentle and thoughtful manner but talked about topics that ranged from best brand of cloth diaper to very non-kid friendly conversations about which batteries were best for hand-held battery-operated toys not meant for children  This message board, our social media, played nearly as big a role in a huge victory for moms and babies as any person involved.  There are more than a dozen versions of this story, but this is mine:

In the summer of 2005 I was checking in on AZMamas and read a post by Lisa Schedler about how a friend of hers was asked to stop nursing at a Chandler City Pool  because someone reported they were uncomfortable with her nursing, even though she was actually fully covered for her comfort (she hadn’t worn a bathing suit with easy nursing access), and showing less than even the staff members of the pool.  The last thing Lisa wrote was, “Anyone know the status on AZ getting some breastfeeding laws?”

The immediate response from other Mamas was to do a nurse in at the public pool, but then someone quickly suggested that a better idea would be going to an upcoming City Council Meeting.  One mom, Michelle Hottya, reminded us about how if we could get support from a city it would be easier to make a state wide change. Several of us shot out emails to elected officials for Chandler City Council and also some of our state legislators.  One of the first emails written to Chandler was by one of the smartest people I know, Christia Bridges-Jones, who can debate anyone on any topic and will never lose.  I also put together an email for my state legislators and was in such a hurry that I spelled my own name wrong (which might not have been noticed but it was forwarded to a Legislative Chief of Staff and a friend of my husband who got a good laugh). 

Most of us had never even met the woman who was asked not to breastfeed at the pool and we were all ready to go to battle with her.  It took a day to find out that the mom,  Amy Milliron  was planning on speaking at the City Council Meeting and was put 3rd on the agenda.  Many of us got busy clearing our schedule to go to this meeting.  There was a Tucson business ran by Chandra Ruiz that sold pro-breastfeeding t-shirts, and although I didn’t know her personally, I emailed Chandra to see if she could make it to the meeting and possibly bring some of her shirts for people to wear to the meeting. Chandra couldn’t make it to the meeting, but we sparked her interest and she started working on getting the word out to her peeps in Tucson. 

Within a few days of the original post, we were able to fill a Chandler City Council Meeting to standing room only with moms, dads, and children of all ages to show our support for Amy and her son Aiden who was only a few months old.  The other group that was at the meeting was the media.  Many of us were interviewed and others were filmed at the meeting actually nursing!  I give one of the stations bonus points for not only showing babies nursing, but they filmed one of my toddlers nursing (they stopped just before what looked like she may be giving The Finger). 

The members of the City Council moved Amy Milliron up on the agenda because there were so many of us, and maybe they wanted us to leave with all of our kids so they could go back to a quieter and more typical City Council Meeting.  I still had never met Amy, but was impressed with her desire to get to the top and ask for clarification on the situation that had occurred at the city pool.  She showed no signs of nervousness to address the Council and let them know what happened.  There were others that stood up and spoke, including Amy’s mother. 

Within the same week as the City Council Meeting, I received a call from an assistant to one of the state legislators I had emailed.  Senator Ken Cheuvront wanted to know if a group of us moms could meet with him and a few other state legislators to discuss the issue.  Ummm…yeah!  I got back on AZMamas and let people know about the request to meet.  Several of us got together and created a PowerPoint presentation, talking points, and a strategic plan.  All while sitting in someone’s house with kids running around. 

We showed up at the Capitol, covered tattoos, some hairy armpits, and any appearance of tree hugging or hippy living.  We talked to some staff and legislators – both Democrats and Republicans (one was Senator Timothy Bee from Tucson whose mother had been a La Leche League Leader!).  The meeting was a start, but we didn’t leave with anyone willing to sponsor a bill.  One female legislator basically said that we needed to stay home until we were done nursing. 

What I didn’t know at the time was that another of my legislators had already been working on drafting a bill and she had contacted Amy Milliron and was planning on meeting with her.  And there was another local group that had been working with a legislator from Tucson on bill, but it never got very far. 

Word spread about everything going on with posts on AZMamas, forums on Mothering.Com,
and the newly sprouted up message board that was dedicated specifically to the topic of breastfeeding advocacy, AZLactivists.  We were so motivated and things were moving so quickly.  We were actually reprimanded by the group that had been working for years on breastfeeding advocacy.  We were told we were going to crash and burn by moving at the speed we were without any real planning.  Things needed to be done slower for them to work.  The reprimand came at a meeting many of us were attending, and I don’t think they knew we were there.  The fun part was during introductions when I said my name and the speaker said, “Oh…so YOU are Karen Bayless Feldman!”  My reputation had preceded me – perhaps because when I posted I may not have always taken myself too seriously, after all I tend to misspell my own name when I’m in a hurry or all riled up or it’s a Tuesday. 

We all finally got to meet Amy when she invited us to join her at a meeting with the legislator she had been contacted by, Representative Kyrsten Sinema, and a staff attorney to help write a bill.  It was a beautiful day.  There was already a bill partly written and we were given the opportunity to add or change a few things.  The attorney would look up what we wanted to see if it should work and pretty much everything we asked for was put in the bill, which was simply that a mother may breastfeed her child in any location, public or private, where the mother is otherwise authorized to be present, and that she would not be violating indecent exposure laws. 

Rep. Sinema has always been a very intelligent person and that also meant she knew that a bill with her name on it, or most likely the name of any Democrat legislator, would not pass in our Republican dominated legislature.  Rep. Sinema helped us find two sponsors for the bill that were both Republicans, Senator Timothy Bee and Representative Jonathan Paton.  It was a brilliant move.  Rep. Sinema help was nearly all done from behind the scenes because it would give us a better chance.  Rep. Sinema introduced us to Chad Campbell who taught a class on Citizen Lobbying, and she helped us organize a picnic on the Capitol Lawn.  Representative Kyrsten Sinema is now Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema.  She is still smart and amazing and getting it done in Washington DC!

From our Citizen Lobbying class we learned that one way to convince state legislators to vote a certain way is the process of giving public comment, and the only way to be able to give public comment was through a system that required signing in at a computer at the Capitol and we wanted to get as many people as possible signed up.  That’s why we had a picnic.  We put word out on all the different message boards, asked people to spread the word, and we fed families and legislators apple pie (get it, our theme was Moms & Apple Pie!).  Plenty of moms and dads signed up and we had some great pie!  We were ready again with talking points for talking to media and I was appointed to make sure that everyone was being respectful because we didn’t want the event to turn into a protest.  We also wanted to prove that breastfeeding could happen in front of our state capitol and not be all that scandalous.  For whatever reason it was decided that I could best handle any situations where someone might actually be showing breasts while breastfeeding.  Funny thing was there were more butt cracks showing from low rise jeans when moms were sitting on the grass than breasts showing during any nursing that went on. 

By this time we had a planning group of 12 of us:  Amy Milliron, Christia Bridges-Jones, Karen Mayo-Shanahan, Lisa Schedler, Chandra Ruiz, Michelle Hottya, Ruth Roazen, Sharon Baartmans, Sommer Bradford, Gretchen Kies, Merrie Rheingans, me, and  12 of us that were doing most of the planning, but we had so many other moms that were helping out.  We couldn’t have done what we did without being able to reach out to other moms for babysitting, coming to picnics, writing letters to their legislators, making official public comments, and so much more.  I’ve mentioned a few people who were part of the 12 (we never could come up with a name for ourselves – The Dirty Dozen seemed like a bad idea). 

In February 2006 we had to prepare for a hearing with The Government Reform and Government Finance Accountability Committee that would be discussing House Bill 2376.  It was our third time hiding tats and other signs of tree hugging lifestyles to go down to the Capitol.    A few of us were prepared to speak at the committee meeting that was hearing the bill.  One thing that wasn’t expected was that a legislator tried to add something on to our bill that would make having sex with animals illegal (there had been a recent situation that involved a farm animal in Mesa).  The two speakers were Amy Milliron and Christia Bridges-Jones, and they were prepared for most of the questions – including one legislator wanting to know if we would then end up with 40-something year old men claiming to be breastfeeding if they were caught making out in a car.  And luckily the added beastiality part was taken out (although we didn’t want it included we also knew that having it would probably make legislators afraid to vote no). 

The  bill passed  through the committee and where some bills still die a quick death.  Ours went on to the House Floor and it where all but two House Members voted yes (I think one of the no votes was the female legislator that thought we should stay home until our babies weaned).  Then the bill went on to pass unanimously in the State Senate.  The final step was to wait for Governor Janet Napolitano to either sign the bill, ignore the bill (which has the same affect as signing, but not nearly as cool), or veto the bill.  Gov. Napolitano signed the bill and by that fall we had a law that would protect women like Amy who just wanted to feed her baby when he needed to eat. 

We were all warned in the beginning that it can take years for a good bill to pass.  We were cautioned not to get too excited because it could take some time.  We were scolded for rushing things.  And in one year we were able to get the word out to enough moms (and dads) to get a bill passed.  I can only imagine how much larger it would have been if FaceBook or Twitter had been around.  Now our little AZMamas, which is nearly defunct, seems so small compared to the number of people the new shiny forms of social media could have reached,  but we did it. 

The actual law: 
Section 22-1-13
Breastfeeding children in public or private locations.
A mother may breastfeed her child in any location, public or private, where the mother is otherwise authorized to be present.

(Act 2006-526, p. 1222, §1.)
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13-1402. Indecent exposure; exception; classification

A. A person commits indecent exposure if he or she exposes his or her genitals or anus or she exposes the areola or nipple of her breast or breasts and another person is present, and the defendant is reckless about whether the other person, as a reasonable person, would be offended or alarmed by the act.

B. Indecent exposure does not include an act of breast-feeding by a mother.

The original post that started it all:

I’m just frustrated and venting here. Today a friend told me that  recently she was at a Chandler pool and was asked to go to the bathroom because someone reported they were uncomfortable with her nursing. She was off to the side in a shaded area and was being discreet. The one thing that really upset her was that there was more skin being exposed by the people in the pool and working there.

Fortunately she knows a reporter and has called them, hopefully they will run something on this.

I’m just so mad at the person who complained whoever they are. And I’m super mad at the fact she was asked to take her baby to the bathroom to be fed.

All day it’s been on my mind. I’ll update if I learn anything new. Anyone know the status on AZ getting some breastfeeding laws?

Lisa

Written By: Karen Bayless Feldman

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Handcrafted Necklace Pendant Giveaway

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Yes! Another Giveaway to celebrate the normalization of breastfeeding.

This giveaway has ended

Vanessa, from Generally Crispy will be giving away one beautiful handcrafted  Necklace Pendant to one lucky winner.

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How do you enter? Its simple.
(Open to US residents)

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Return to this post and leave a comment stating you have Liked our Facebook Page and which post you shared and why you chose that post. (We do moderate and will approve comments in the order they are received).

At the end of World Breastfeeding Week (on or about August 7th approximately 5pm MST-Arizona Time), we will select one random winner. The winner will have 48 hours to contact us to claim their prize.

We will confirm that the terms of entry have been completed. If we find that the winner has not completed the terms according to the simple terms listed above or does not claim their prize within 48 hours of the official announcement, the selected winner will be discarded and a new winner will be randomly selected.

We have a ton of things going on during World Breastfeeding Week, so be sure to subscribe to receive notification of new posts so you don’t miss anything. There will be Giveaways,  Breastfeeding Testimonials, Local Raffles and Events and more.

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Generally Crispy Soap Giveaway

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World Breastfeeding Week is one of my absolute favorite weeks of the year to celebrate!

To thank everyone who has taken time out of their busy lives to share their amazing stories that help to normalize breastfeeding, to lend support to other mother who may be experiencing difficulties by showing them that each experience is different and to  come together and show that their efforts to make World Breastfeeding Week a successful event…

One luck person who submitted a breastfeeding Story/Article/Testimonial will be randomly drawn to receive a beautiful, 3 Pack of Handmade Soap from The Gypsy Bayou (formerly Soap Bubble which also now Gypsy Bayou on Facebook) to thank you for your continued support and the effort you put forth. You all are very appreciated!

This Giveaway is only open to those who submitted a Breastfeeding Story prior to the start of World  Breastfeeding Week Winner will be drawn at the conclusion of World Breastfeeding Week (on or around August 7th 5:00 PM MST-Arizona Time) and will be announced on Generally Crispy.

How do you enter?
If you submitted a story, you are already entered. There is nothing more you need to do except watch for the drawing!

Feel free to stay tuned, there will be an assortment of other giveaways held in celebration of World Breastfeeding Week.