Spreading the Love!

13 Jan

Happy new year!!! I’m so excited to announce my first giveaway for this year. Crumbs and Grubs is sponsoring a giveaway for all pregnant and nursing moms. Read on to find out how to win a Mommy Milking Goody Pack from Crumbs and Grubs.

Crumbs and Grubs is also launching the new Citrus Bites! A yummy citrusy muffin, loaded with mommy milking goodness!

lactation cookies

The Story
Started by a pregnant mom, looking for a healthy snack to munch her midnight cravings away, she started to develop Lactation goodies in preparation for her upcoming birth. She worked on finding the best natural, organic, and nutrient-rich ingredients to help promote breastmilk production while pregnant. She successfully came out with a healthy, pregnant-safe, and nutritious snack. As a strong advocate of Breastfeeding, she wanted to help other moms who are struggling with breastmilk production and breastfeeding. Thus, Crumbs and Grubs was born!

About Crumbs and Grubs
Lovingly made by a Mom for Mommies and Babies. Crumbs and Grubs provides Lactation Goodies (Crumbs: brownies and cookies) and Healthy snacks (Grubs) for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Moms.

We use all-natural, organic, and preservative-free ingredients that’s safe for mommies and babies. Our Lactation and Pregnant Mommy snacks are loaded with Fiber-rich Oats and Galactagogues (natural/plant-derived substances that promotes lactation).

High in fiber, Rich in Omega 3, Lowers level of Bad Cholesterol, Nutrient-rich, promotes lactation, and best of all, yummy and safe for mommies and babies! ♥

lactation cookies

For more information, visit Crumbs and Grubs on Facebook.

To join, just follow the steps on the widget below.

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6 Responses to “Spreading the Love!”

  1. Edel Obiena January 13, 2013 at 8:52 am #

    I have a problem in latching on my baby and plugged ducts. most of the time, she will get angry and agitated first before she will take my breast. =(

  2. sassygirl19 January 13, 2013 at 9:14 pm #

    Sally Abella-Yu

    My baby is sometimes having a hard time latching due to my flat nipple on one breast thus making her angry and fussy with a loud cry. But despite that, I still didn't give up. I'm still exclusively and directly feeding my baby girl, now at 5 weeks old.

  3. Dih January 14, 2013 at 7:03 am #

    Dih Tayamen

    I have a lot of milk (praise the Lord) I needed to pump first before feeding my baby. At first I also got a sore nipple. Im now exclusively feeding my baby for 3 1/2 months 🙂

  4. prettygielicious January 15, 2013 at 10:42 pm #

    It was difficult to breastfeed my son after I gave birth to my son. We kinda have a love-hate relationship when it comes to breastfeeding, but after five days since giving birth, he is until now(he is 5 months old) breastfeeding and even if I am back to work, I am still successful in pumping milk for him. Though, they are times that I will have plugged ducts, and sometimes my milk would dwindle due to stress. And now, he is biting my nipple but I don't stress about it because I'm very lucky and grateful that I can nourish my son. Thanks Papa God.

    Gie Luna-gnerviza@gmail.com

  5. Valerie Grace January 18, 2013 at 1:51 am #

    I've always had trouble breastfeeding my kids (both born premature and doctors immediately gave them formulas), so with my new baby I hope that things go smoothly according to my plans because I really want to breastfeed just as much as I want a VBAC. I'm nearing 37 weeks and my boobs do not seem full compared to my previous pregnancies when I was always full around the 30th week… I'm worried, but eating healthy to be sure.

  6. May Pagkatipunan-Aceron January 26, 2013 at 11:12 am #

    the great challenge for me was the oldies surrounding me keep on telling me that i am not providing enough milk to my baby that i should give formula milk instead.

    may pagkatipunan-aceron

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