Friday, November 14, 2014

Kismet Love Collection Nursing Scarf {Giveaway!}

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Today's giveaway is really a cool product for breastfeeding from Kisment Love Collection. This is for a scarf that doubles as a nursing cover! How great is that?!? I love the idea becuase it is also something you can use when you are done breastfeeding just as a scarf. We buy so much stuff for our children that we only use for a year or two--it is nice to get some extra use out of it! Kisment Love Collection  has a ton of cute fabric patterns for you to choose among. Today you are entring to win a $25 credit to their store so you can buy exactly what you want. Enter below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

ENTRY RULES
  • You must enter the giveaway to have an entry.
  • You must fulfill the rules of each entry for each entry to count. If I see the entry is not valid (did not meet entry requirements), I will disqualify your entry. Trust me, I check each winning entry to make sure it was valid.
  • Entries will be accepted until 12:00 midnight November 22, 2014.
  • The winner will be randomly selected through Rafflecopter.
  • The winner will be announced sometime after the winner is chosen. I will email the winner.
  • Once the winner is announced, you will have one week to contact me or another winner will be chosen. Be sure to check back and/or check your email. The only thing worse than not winning is to win but not realize it in time.
  • I will not use your email address for any purpose other than contacting you if you are the winner (and FYI, I don't have access to the email addresses except for the winner).

17 comments:

Rebekah @ Living && Learning said...

I'm not sure if it's just me but I can't seem to get the address for pinterest to work. I've tryed typing it or copying and pasting into a browser bar. :(

Rebekah @ Living && Learning said...

I would purchase the grey chevron scarf - gender neutral and goes with just about everything!

Patty said...

I love the Birds Nursing Scarf. What an ingenious idea!

Jonathan Thompson said...

I don't think I can choose just one nursing scarf. All the choices are so stinkin' cute as a scarf that I'd wear each one. Love how stylish they are.

Angela P said...

Hi Valerie,
I am posting here as I tried to post on an older post and did not receive a response. First off, thank you for what you do! My question is in regards to my 5.5 month old daughters schedule. She is on a combo 3.5 to 4 hour schedule eating at 7,10:30,2:00,5:30. I did not read babywise until after she was already about 8 weeks old but was happy that we found ourselves following the basic principles. I tried to implement a dreamfeed around 10 weeks of age which did not go well and disrupted her sleep for a long time!! She began waking up for another feeding on her own between 9 &10. Currently, I am trying to fit in one more feeding around 7pm but she is just not interested as it is so close to her 5:30 feeding. She is still waking up to eat around 1 or 2 am. I am struggling with how to fit in 5 feedings a day when she is simply not hungry any sooner than 3.5 hours. I feed her at 5:30 as this is when she wakes up from her 3rd nap and she is a lot happier if I feed her right away as opposed to eating an hour later. She is hard to feed when she's not still sleepy from a nap.

gbob1022 said...

We are adopting in January and will be forcing lactation to breastfeed our baby boy. Looking forward to the Babywise Life!

MusicalAmie said...

Just a quick request for a post. Any chance you're willing to write a post on surviving newborn season? What things did you organize into your own day to feel more human? Did you have a workout time? Did you plan regular visitors? Did you get any cleaning help or regular babysitters to come in for some relief? I'm looking a baby number two coming soon and want to feel a little more successful at the newborn stage than I did with number one. Also, how did you involve your husband both day and night? Thanks!

Ashley Lynne said...

I too had an issue following you on pinterest...
my pinterest user name is ashgebauerxx

I love the daisy nursing scarf.

melkaywin said...

I would buy the gray and white stripes scarf if I win. By the way, you've probably figured this out already, but the company's name is misspelled in the link to their Pinterest boards, so that's why people are having trouble getting there. :)

Sarah W said...

Definitely one of the chevron stripes. Grey or Aqua.

Valerie Plowman said...

Sorry about the Pinterest thing! I thought I copied and pasted that. It is missing the "t"--here is the correct:

Kismetlovecoll

Valerie Plowman said...

Hi Angela, I did respond to this question on the other post where you asked it.

Basically what I said is you need to figure out why she is waking at 9:30. It sounds like you have determined since your last question that she is waking because she is hungry? Oh--I think you asked on a dreamfeed post.

Anyway, if she is hungry, there really isn't a lot you can do if you can't change your day schedule. She definitely won't be able to go from 5:30 pm to 7 between feedings. You will want her getting a feeding close to 7 pm.

It might be a situation where you have to wait for her to be able to go 4 hours instead of some 3.5 blocks.

Angela P said...

Hi Valerie,
Thank you for your responses. I just read both of them. So over the past few days, we have made a little progress. I am feeding her at 7pm and even though she is only eating a very little bit at that time, she is now not eating at the 9-10 time. The first few nights she still woke up at that time, but I left her for 5-10 minutes and she went right back to sleep. Last night she did not wake during that time at all. She did wake up around 3am for a feeding last night. So my current plan is to try to continue lessening the amount of time for that 3am feeding so she will eat more during the day. Also, last night I switched the order of our bedtime routine. Instead of eating, bath and bed we did bath, eat and bed. I did this because I was hoping that even an extra 30 minutes night help her eat more. So she at 7:30 instead of 7. She did not nurse herself to sleep. We had about 10 minutes in between the time she finished eating and the time I put her in bed. Do you think that this is okay or do you think I will be creating a sleep association? She was wide awake when I put her down. She is actually very good at putting herself to sleep. She sucks her thumb and nods off.

Aubrey said...

I would buy the Navy Birds Nursing Scarf! So pretty!

GingerG said...

I think I'd get a chevron one!

Valerie Plowman said...

I think it will be totally fine. I fed brinley right before she went to sleep and she never had issues. She even fell asleep nursing sometimes at that feed and it was okay--you would just want to make sure she got all of the food she needs. But with her staying awake for it, you don't need to worry at all.

Valerie Plowman said...

Yes for sure! See my newborn index under the blog index by age tab, too. There are a lot of posts that cover your questions. :)

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