Feb 072013
 

With the big breastfeeding debate currently dominating the news, Facebook and many other websites now seems like the perfect time to introduce you to Boobie Beads, a fantastic product designed by MummaBubba Jewellery and lactation consultant Pinky McKay. Don’t worry, it has nothing to do with what others think, see or say and whether you should feed in private or not, it is all about you and your baby because in the end that is what breastfeeding is all about.

Boobie Beads GreyMade from the same high quality, baby safe silicone as the original MummaBubba Teething Jewellery the new Boobie Beads are a clever way to keep your baby from being distracted while breastfeeding. Using bright colours and easy to grasp shapes the Boobie Beads necklaces ($32) will catch your baby’s eye and help keep him/her entertained and focussed instead of looking around and going on and off the breast all the time.

Boobie Beads PinkThe ultimate goal of Boobie Beads is to encourage a better and more restful feed for both mum and baby and as a bonus it might even cut down your feeding time too (no endless reattaching). Now of course a happy well-fed baby is one thing but a happy mum is important too, which is why Boobie Beads are available in two stylish colours (Pink and Grey) that will add a cheerful touch to your wardrobe.

Important to know: Boobie Beads are not just popular with breastfeeding mamas, bottlefed babies get distracted during feeds too so Boobie Beads can be just what you need to bring back the peace!

To find out more about MummaBubba Jewellery, to browse the range and to order online visit www.mummabubbajewellery.com.au.

For your chance to win 1 of 3 Boobie Beads in your choice of colour (Subject to availability) visit www.mummabubbajewellery.com.au and answer the following question: Aside from the current colour combinations, which other colours would you like to see Boobie Beads in?

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If you really want to win you can earn up to ten additional entries, please leave separate comments for each entry:

Competition ends March 7, 2013. Sorry, Australian entries only. By entering you agree to our Terms & Conditions.

Nov 202012
 

Fact: 1 in 7 new mums and 1 in 20 new dads are diagnosed with postnatal depression each year and many more are not identified because the signs are not always black and white. PANDA is calling on all Australians to speak out to support parents who are suffering in silence. Postnatal Depression – It’s Not All Black & White.

Help PANDA during Postnatal Depression Awareness Week, 18 – 24 November 2012, by wearing a limited edition Black & White PANDA Necklace ($25) or Bracelet ($15 per 2), designed exclusively for PANDA by MummaBubba Jewellery. You can buy these gorgeous designs on the PANDA website and at PANDA fundraising events, grab one for yourself or as a gift for special mama and know you are supporting a great cause!

PANDA has been raising awareness of postnatal and antenatal depression for over 28 years and has helped tens of thousands of Australians get much-needed information, support and treatment to aid their recovery. If you or someone you know is concerned about postnatal depression visit www.panda.org.au or call PANDA’s National Perinatal Depression Helpline on 1300 726 306.

To find out more about PANDA, to discover how you can help and to make a donation visit www.panda.org.au.

For your chance to win 1 of 4 PANDA Prize Packs valued at $40 (each pack contains 1 PANDA necklace and two bracelets) visit www.panda.org.au and answer the following question: Why would you like to win a PANDA Prize Pack?

Competition ends December 20, 2012. Sorry, Australian entries only. By entering you agree to our Terms & Conditions.

May 072012
 

When tidying up our wardrobe on the weekend I came across a big bag full of beautiful necklaces and bracelets in all the colours of the rainbow. Before I became a mum I always used to wear jewellery, a different design every day to match my outfit. But that all changed when the twins came along and there were always little hands pulling, and tiny mouths chewing, on my precious jewels and I packed it all away. Especially for mums AND babies there is the new MummaBubba Jewellery.

MummaBubba Jewellery is designed right here in Australia by lovely mum Tash. Using high quality hospital grade silicone (also known as organic silicone) Tash has created a range of stylish jewellery pieces for mum that is free from BPA, PVC, cadmium and lead, so they are completely safe for baby! The current range consists of round pendants, twisted bangles and tulip bead necklaces and bracelets in all the hip colours of this season.

The MummaBubba Jewellery necklaces are fitted with a breakaway clasp so when pulled hard (something babies are surprisingly good at) it will just click open instead of the cord breaking and beads flying everywhere (or even worse, ending up in your baby’s mouth). Of course the range complies with AS NZ IOS 8124.1 2010 standards taking any safety worries off your mind.

The silicone will offer your baby much needed relief for tender gums when new teeth are trying to cut their way through and when your accessories need a wash after all that chewing they can easily be cleaned in warm soapy water or even the dishwasher. With prices starting at just $14.95 the MummaBubba Jewellery is very affordable so why not grab a few pieces so you always have a suitable colour to wear? After all, mums want to look stylish too!

To find out more about MummaBubba Jewellery, to browse the range and to locate a stockist near you visit www.mummabubbajewellery.com.au.

For your chance to win a 3-piece MummaBubba Jewellery prize pack (RRP $64.85) in colours of your choice visit www.mummabubbajewellery.com.au and answer the following question: Which colour Tulip Bead Necklace is your favourite?

Submit your answer by leaving a comment below, your email address will not be published.

If you really want to win you can earn up to ten additional entries, please leave separate comments for each entry:

Competition ends June 7, 2012. Sorry, Australian entries only.