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Baby Shower Event: Enter to Win a Lansinoh SmartPump Double Electric Breast Pump

I am working with Lansinoh for my Baby Shower Event for a review of several useful breastfeeding products, and was told I can do a giveaway of their NEW SmartPump Double Electric Breast Pump, which is pictured below. It's bluetooth enabled, which will help make pumping easier for you!



Lansinoh Smartpump Double Electric Breast Pump

26 comments :

  1. That foods seriously affect your baby. Certain foods would make my son gassy so I had to cut them.

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  2. I wish I would've been told that there were things you could do to increase your milk supply.

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  3. I wish they would have told me that a electric pump is a must. A manual pump is tiring and you won't get as much milk

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  4. I like thier breast pads. They last a long time and don't rip when they get to wet

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  5. I wish someone would have told me that what I eat affects the baby.

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  6. I wish someone had told me how hard it would be for my wife to get the baby to latch on - it's not as easy and natural as we expected

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  7. Surprisingly, no one told me how painful breastfeeding would be!

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  8. With my oldest I wish someone would have told me about all the different positions to old the baby

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  9. I didn't know that I would get pain in my back and stomach while I nursed - apparently breastfeeding causes the uterus to contract

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  10. I wish someone would have told how it hurts when you feel up with milk.

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  11. I wish someone would have mentioned to freeze the milk so it doesn't to old

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  12. I had no idea that I could get clogged ducts!

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  13. I wish someone would have told me that there were special rooms in malls for nursing moms. Well at least our mall

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  14. I didn't know how much an impact what my wife ate would have on the baby. He gets pretty upset if she eats anything spicy!

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  15. I wasn't prepared for how time consuming breast feeding would be. I didn't realize how slowly my first one would nurse or how long it would take to pump.

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  16. I wish someone would have told some babies refuse the Lansinoh nipple ointment. Both of my boys did. Luckily later I read your breast milk will heal your nipples

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  17. I wish someone had told us to stock up on supplies like breast pads and nipple ointment before the baby was born.

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  18. I wish someone had told me about the National Breastfeeding Helpline and La Leche League USA Breastfeeding Helpline for free help/questions.

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  19. I wish I would have known to nurse the first hour of giving birth.

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  20. I wish someone had told me about nipple shields and shells to help protect my sore nipples

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  21. I wish they would have told me not to use pacifiers

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  22. I wish someone had told us to bring a breast pump to the hospital so the lactation consultant could help us get the proper fit breast Shields.

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  23. I wish someone had told us to find a lactation consultant and have her number ready before the baby even arrives.

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  24. I wish someone told me that after baby comes I wouldn't be able to resume my regular diet if I planned to breast feed, limiting what i could eat.

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  25. My favorite lansinoh product that i've personally tired is the spa lanolin because of it's many uses.

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  26. Wish they would have told me that I could take stuff for help my supply

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