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Win Cantaloop Breastfeeding & Maternity Wear

I have another exciting competition for you all today, keeping in theme with the Keep Britain Breastfeeding Hunt. This time from Cantaloop who sell a fantastic range of maternity lingerie and are a leading name in the pregnancy market. Cantaloop products have been designed to make your pregnancy as comfortable as possible. You can find the rest of their products here, on Amazon, and selected boots stores.


Today I have teamed up with the lovely people over at Cantaloop to give you the chance to win some of their products. Here's whats up for grabs...

1 x Cantaloop Pregnancy Nursing Tank Top
1 x Cantaloop Nursing Undershirt
1 x Cantaloop Drop cup nursing bra

There will be 3 winners, each winning one of the above selected at random. UK only.

Keep checking back for more giveaways and breastfeeding posts throughout the week.

Also Cantaloop are offering 20% off their nursing bra with code ukbfw20 which ends on 10th July 2013 only available here from the CMS shop.
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77 comments

  1. The comfort of feeling your baby so close to you x

    http://londonmummyoftwo.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. I'm new to all this because I'm expecting my son in three weeks - I'm already very much on board with breastfeeding, and going to give it a good try. Being from a medical background, breastfeeding makes so much sense, so with all the obvious benefits, like convenience, intimacy and bonding, in expense, it is what our bodies are designed to do! So all the nutrients that baby needs at that time are perfectly timed by our own body. Perfect!

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  3. Breastfeeding creates a unique bond between mother and child

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  4. The peace. A few seconds in when she's happy and comfortable and I'm completely relaxed. We usually have a cuddle and a snooze after, it's lovely.

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  5. I love the closeness and the bonding opportunity!

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  6. The cuddle and together time fab

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  7. The bond with my baby. Also, it's cheap!

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  8. The excuse to sit down and have a lovely cuddle with my baby.

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  9. I love everything about breastfeeding but especially baby snuggles and the excuse to have a good sit down :)

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  10. My twins are due any day now so I haven't started yet. At the moment I would say the money saved but once I've started I would say the bonding.

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  11. I am due my first in Dec so I haven't actually breast fed yet but I am looking forward to the bond it will bring between me and baby and also the the act that its free and so good for both the baby and me

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  12. It feels natural and is great bonding time.

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  13. I am awaiting my first, so don't know yet - but I really want to have that special bonding time.

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  14. How it is so natural and helps with the bonding process - plus it saves lots of money!

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  15. The amazing bonding experience & the fact I know she's getting the best possible start in life.

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  16. What another great giveaway!!Im due in two weeks so haven't started yet, but really hope I manage to successfully and all your posts are really helping :-) xx

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  17. I love looking down at him and when he looks up at me and smiles then puts his hand on my skin close to my neck.. its amazing :)

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  18. Bonding with baby @lorrainesaeed

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  19. That it's so obviously the default solution to so many issues; hunger, thirst, teething, pain, illness, sadness etc.

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  20. Defiantly the bonding but convenience is also great

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  21. how special the time is together in the middle of the night when breast feeding it feels magical :)

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  22. The bonding between mother&child

    @LaaMoii

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  23. The bonding we have and the way she looks at me when she feeds

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  24. The closeness and bonding for mummy & baby :-)

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  25. The special bond we have, that no-one else can have.

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  26. That it is tailormade for him. And the cost element comes a close second

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  27. I love being able to give my baby girl all she needs.

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  28. Time, you just have to sit down and do it. No, trying to multitask with a vacuum cleaner, just relax and enjoy

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  29. The relaxing and that I can snack on a cake every now and then and blame my need of extra calories.

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  30. The knowledge that you are helping your baby to grow and thrive.

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  31. most of all the intimacy, closeness, bonding aspect.

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  32. Bonding with my daughter and just having some special time together that she cannot have with anyone else

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  33. The closeness and knowing you are providing for your baby.

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  34. I get to bond with my baby on a really intimate level, and I like how I feel like i'm helping their development by giving them extra antibodies and nutrients :)

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  35. i lve the bond between mum and baby and the fact your doing something thats good for babys health @chanson2010

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  36. Bonding with my baby

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  37. claire thomson little2 July 2013 at 03:41

    the bonding time

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  38. How nothing beats it nutritionally.

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  39. I love how it is perfect nutrition for my little girl at any time

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  40. I love that it's healthier for my baby and gives us time to bond together.

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  41. How convenient it is - I'm too lazy to bottle-feed!

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  42. I love how amazing breast milk is and how easy it is. It's fab not to have to sterilize, heat it's just there ready to go, anytime, anywhere! Plus it's great for so many things!

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  43. its natural and saves washing bottles etc

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  44. It was nice to see my baby so relaxed :)

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  45. The connection between mother nd baby, it was n amazing feeling when I first breast fed

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  46. Definitely the bonding :-)

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  47. I enjoy the convenience of it all, no sterilizing, making or warming involved

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  48. I love the closeness of breastfeeding. I really feel that it helps me to bond with my baby. It's also so convenient. If he's hungry I can feed him anytime, anywhere!

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  49. I defiantly think breast feeding is a great thing with being a student nurse, you do hear about the many many benefits health wise of breast feeding but not only that you get to bond with your baby. I havent had my wee one yet but when i do i will definaly do it! not long now

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  50. The sleepy milky smiles of contentment

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  51. To be honest, it's cheap and easy!

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  52. its free, easy, best for baby and bonding time

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  53. Wow, I would love to win. So easy.

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  54. Elizabeth Williams4 July 2013 at 12:27

    The bond and time together

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  55. the bond and closeness you share :)

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  56. It is a remarkable experience breastfeeding, when it is all going well - then it can be a lovely bonding time between mother and baby !! I love breastfeeding my little one.

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  57. The closeness and the feeling of togetherness

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  58. Knowing I am the only person in the whole world who can do this for my daughter. @fairyprincess31

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  59. That absolutely unbreakable bond, and the unique relationship it gives you with your baby that no one else has :) x

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  60. Just looking at your baby grow and develop and think to yourself I did that myself!

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  61. Bonding for me started during pregnancy. Not completely naturally, though, but somewhat intentionally. I was very ill during my pregnancy with my son, but we began the bonding process by regularly reading a week-by-week development book. It is truly amazing to track the miracle that is taking place. It really made a difference for me even after birth. Now, there are a lot of great books and blogs out there to serve this purpose, but the one I'm reading now blows all the others away, and it's great for every pregnancy, not just the first. Not only does it have even more development details than usual, and personalized, it has a section in it where you can journal or write letters to baby. It's called “The Wonder Within You: celebrating your baby’s journey from conception to birth” by Carey Wickersham. It’s an awesome combination of week-to-week information, what’s going on with the baby, “Did you know?” plus health advice about what to eat, cravings, nutrition, etc, BUT also with awesome 3D/4D pictures and videos you can link or QR with your phone to and see what your baby looks like at each week stage. I've just not seen anything exactly like it! It’s got famous quotes and real mom stories, too. The pregnancy information is as up-to-date as it gets and it’s such a great keepsake. I want to get one for everybody I know who is expecting! I highly recommend it! www.TheWonderWithinYou.com.

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