4 October 2015

Win 1 of 2 Wynnie Feeding Pillows From Theraline

Wynnie pillows are amazing. I remember having one after I'd just had Thomas (feels like so long ago) and loved it. 

Wynnie is a great product for baby feeding. I used to just simply place it around my tummy area and then would lay Thomas across it for feeding. This would mean that he was in the correct position and height for a comfortable feeding time for both of us. I didn't need to slouch forward whilst feeding so it also supported my back too. 

What's more, the Wynnie pillow is great for when your baby is learning to sit as it can be placed on the floor and will cushion around your baby, supporting him and also making sure that if he was to tilt to one side, the pillow would be there to protect him from falling. 


It has been fitted with just the right grade of fibre filling so it is completely supportive. The cover is made from a high quality fabric, washable at 60°C. The inner is washable at 40°C and can also be tumble dried.

I loved mine. It came in handy so much over the years and I even had it when Charlie was born and continued to use it with him. So, how would you like to win one of these fab pillows for yourself? Well, you are in luck as I have been given 2 to giveaway to two of my lucky blog readers. 

For your chance to win one of 2 Wynnie Feeding Pillows from Theraline, then please enter via the Rafflecopter form below. (winners will be sent a random pattern by Theraline)


Please remember to check our full T&C's here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After any mandatory entries, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do. 

And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.

Ends midnight 25th October 2015

58 comments:

  1. I had trouble breast feeding initially and had to go on a 'milking machine' at the hospital it was like a thing of torture but this was nearly thirty years ago.

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  2. my pregnant niece would love these baby due in February

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  3. I breastfed all my babies from birth until around two weeks. I did find it difficult and uncomfortable but glad I persevered, even if for a short time.

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  4. i had trouble at first but glad i carried on x

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  5. I didnt take to breast feeding so my son was bottle feed

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  6. My first child I tried to breastfeed but she wasnt sucking enough so had to bottle feed in the end

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  7. I have just stopped breastfeeding after 8 and a half months it was painful for the first week but after that was fine. In so glad I breastfed her as it's the best thing for her and it was such a lovely bond.

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  8. I am still breastfeeding my third child at 6 months, its been harder this time than with my first 2 daughters. My baby was born with a tooth which has caused much pain at times

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  9. I breastfed and struggled in the early days and then switched to formula. It worked for us.

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  10. I breastfed both my children for about a month but I have very large breasts and found it very difficult so went on to formula.

    Kirsty Fox

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    1. Me too...it took 2 of us to manoever them & was very stressful when I tried!

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  11. I found it really really hard but worth it x

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  12. I found it ok but had to stop because my milk was to rich for her

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  13. With my son I pumped & bottle fed breast milk & that was tiring but fine, & with my daughter I'm formula feeding. Both ways are equally fine but I have been a lot less exhausted formula feeding which gives me more energy for my kids.

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  14. I was unable to breastfeed tried forages

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  15. i didnt like it so i used bottle x

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  16. I found breastfeeding really hard last time round i am due another baby next week and am planning breastfeeding again for as long as i can

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  17. I had problems at the start but have persevered and am still feeding my daughter who has just turned 1.

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  18. I am due next week and hoping to breastfeed :)

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  19. I am a new mum to be and really hoping to breastfeed xx

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  20. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  21. I had problems with breast feeding so had to move to bottle xx

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  22. breast. It was hard to begin with but got the hang of it.

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  23. Breastfeed my son, very difficult start with but we got there in the end.

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  24. I bottle fed - I was on just about every medication known to man!

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  25. I breastfeed but it certainly wasn't easy to start with. We began with a mixture of BF and bottle and after 2.5 months we were finally exclusively BF. It was very tough and I nearly gave up so many times but glad I stuck with it.

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  26. I know someone who is pregnant and hoping to breast feed and has been looking at these so would really appreciate if I won for her.

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  27. I breast fed my first two quite easily (after those inital few days) but my third would not breast feed at all - I wasn't prepared for that so switched to formula, my message is however you choose to feed your baby know that your doing an amazing job!!!!

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  28. My friend, Abbie is due in 3 weeks and is hoping to breast feed her newborn son when he arrives

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  30. Would love to win to use when my baby is born.

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  31. I breastfed both my children quite successfully. Baby 3 due in December, so hopefully will succeed again.

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  32. I Breast fed my son for 20 months and it was one of the best things I've done in my life!! I cant wait to feed my second now! >.<

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  33. I have to say I did not enjoy breast feeding at all, but I desperately wanted my babies to have breast milk (breast is best and all that!), so I expressed about 5 times a day, which worked for us! My sister is just expecting her first baby and I know she feels under a lot of pressure to breast feed.

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  34. I breastfed for around 4 months before combine feeding. I had no problems breastfeeding but I know I was very lucky to have a baby who latched immediately - it's not easy for everyone sadly x

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  35. I bottle fed from the beginning but may change with my next one.

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  36. I have always had trouble getting the temperature just right.

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  37. I breastfeed until my little one was 8 weeks :) x

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  38. I breastfed for the first 3 months then changed to formula!

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  39. Would love to win this for my friend Lindsey, she's having her first baby in April and I think she would love this !

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  40. Bottle is so much easier

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  41. Had a lot of trouble with my first one while breastfeeding as couldn't get right position to feed and my nipples been very sore. Also didn't have enough milk and child was constantly hungry so needed quickly to go for formula feeding. Now looking forward to my new baby arrival due on January :)

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  42. I'm entering for my wife who is keen to breastfeed our first due in April next year. I know she would like this.

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  43. Great Give-away! Would be perfect to add to my collection for the very near future!

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  44. I tried breast feeding with all three kids but it just didn't happen unfortunately. I would love to win this amazing giveaway! Baby number 4 due soon x

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  45. I breastfed, tricky to being with and had to count to 10 every time he latched on for the first month with the pain, but after that its all been fine and dandy

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  46. I have breastfed all of mine with no problems.

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  47. I'm afraid I gave up breastfeeding after a few days and moved to formula, which I found excellent. I liked that my partner could bond with our baby while feeding, just as I could.

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  48. I managed to breast feed for 4 weeks the went to formula as my daughter wasnt getting enough milk :-(

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  49. I don't do breast feeding i feel bottle feeding is better

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  50. i breastfed my first two but my third was tongue tied so had to bottlefeed her.

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  51. I breast fed both my daughters but found it quite painful and had to feed them with formula also to keep them satisfied. I don't regret breastfeeding though as it has some vital nutrients that can be replicated in formula milk :)

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  52. I found breastfeeding really tiring, but I was so pleased that I was able to do it for as long as a did - 7 months first baby & 10 months with the second x

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