GIVEAWAY: Case of Mamatini’s Ginger-Mint Herbal Infusion


{ disclosure: no compensation was received for this post, a sample was provided.  giveaway is provided by mamatini }

When I decided to go back to school, I knew there were going to be a few things I needed to give on.  One compromise that I refused to make was breastfeeding my son.  I breastfed my daughter until she was a little over the age of 2 and wanted to do the same for my son no matter what the situation was.  I’m sure you’ve heard it before, “Breastfeeding is best!”

I was committed to making it work.  Keeping that commitment turned out to be more difficult than I expected.  In the midst of an intense school schedule, I not only had to find the time to pump in between classes but also to find a safe and secure place to do so.  I am fortunate enough to go to school (as a nursing student) that supports breastfeeding mothers.  I was able to find a wonderful work-life program that provided a secure room, with a refrigerator to boot, for me to pump in.  As the school term got underway I started to feel the stress and exhaustion everywhere I turned. I was pumping as often as twice a day at school and nursing on the breast at home throughout the night.  No matter how tired I was, I knew this was the best way to ensure a good milk supply and of course, I loved the snuggle time with my son who I had been missing all day long.  No matter how much I tried, my supply was definitely starting to dwindle.  I knew that I could attribute it to many factors – being away from my son as much as 12+ hours a day, not eating properly, not getting enough sleep and even not being hydrated enough.  As many of you know, stress can have a bad effect on milk production.  Ever so determined and committed, I was thrilled to be introduced to Mamatini.

Mamatini is a refreshing organic ginger-mint herbal infusion designed to meet the needs of nursing mothers.  It is designed through a collaboration between a pediatrician and a mom who was struggling to find a delicious and convenient beverage to support her body’s needs while breastfeeding.  What evolved was a delicious drink that includes fenugreek, an age old herbal supplement that many breast-feeding moms for centuries have sworn by, and other vitamins and minerals to help increase energy and replenish a mother’s amazing body.  It also helps relieve a baby’s colic symptoms — three cheers for that!

I have been taking a bottle to school with me each day and it has literally put a spring in my step.  It has replaced my, obviously no good for you, 3 cans of Pepsi (sadly to stay awake) and made me even buy nectarines today instead of potato chips for a snack.  I highly recommend it.  I feel so much more energetic drinking it.  So drink to your baby’s good health — and even your own!

GIVEAWAY: If you’re struggling mom who’s committed to breastfeeding or know of one who has returned to work or school, enter to win a case of the deliciously refreshing Mamatini‘s Ginger-Mint Herbal Infusion.  To ENTER, from now until July 15th 2010, fill out this FORM telling us your breastfeeding tips.  Get up to (two) bonus entries. 1st Bonus – If you follow me on twitter@momconfessional and re-tweet this giveaway (Win a case of Mamatini Herbal Infusion @momconfessional 2nd Bonus – If you “like” us on Facebook and share the giveaway with your friends.  DON’T FORGET to visit this FORM again and leave a separate entry for each action. Giveaway only open to those with U.S. addresses. Giveaway ends on July 15th 2010 at 11:59 EST. A winner will be selected randomly by and notified by e-mail.

Need a case right now?! mamatini is offering Mom Confessionals readers FREE shipping on their first order with code SHIPFREE at checkout.

About Suzanne Chan

Suzanne is student, daughter, wife, (labor & delivery) certified registered nurse, certified lactation counselor, friend, entrepreneur and blogger – but the job she's most proud of is mother… She shares her journey on this blog and The Disney Files. Read more about her here.


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