Monday, November 26, 2012

Formula Free Review & 15% Discount Code

Formula Free clothing celebrates breastfeeding and encourages the  promotion of breastfeeding.  Be proud to display the fact that your baby is Formula Free; it is an amazing accomplishment for any amount of time!

I'm proud to say that Macyn and I have been breastfeeding for almost 10 months (Dec 7) and I couldn't be more proud of us. Since Macyn is our third child I've learned and grown as a parent and knew whole heartily that I wanted to breastfeed for a long time. 

Our first two children were briefly breastfed and I now have guilt about that. Doing research and having support in your rough times makes all the difference and I proudly wanted to show off that we can do something that's natural. 

Formula Free is a fun website to to look around because they have so many cute items and good selections to choose from. No one should be ashamed to breastfeed and Formula Free has come up with a fun way to show the world how proud we are of our accomplishments!

I'll be honest in saying that from the time I first contacted Formula Free until the time I got the review items (about two months) I did have to start supplimenting with formula. At times I feel guilty, but I know that she's healthy and that's all that matters. I hope to be able to continue to breastfeed until at least 1yr old and possibly beyond. 

Macyn's shirt is a 6-12 months and is big on her but with her petite size, I knew that was a possibility. Even after we stop breastfeeding, I will happily put this shirt on her because its adorable and I'm very proud to display that she was indeed a booby baby!

I like that breastfeeding is becoming more main stream and people aren't so afraid to show the natural, healthy side of parenting. Companies like Formula Free are there to show the cute side of breastfeeding and I'm happy I could showcase this company with you all!

Check out these other items for sale!!

The bibs are a great price at $4.99 and the shirts have many selections of decals from trains, skulls, turtles, and more. The onsies range from $12.99-$24.99 and the women's shirts range from $14.99-$29.99. 

The shirt I reviewed is $24.99, the head band and detachable flower clip are $4.99 (together) and the leopard tutu is $16.99. 

Depending on stock, you can get toddler sizes as well as infants so I encourage you to check out their website and express your love for breastfeeding!

Formula Free has offered a 15% Gift Code to use for my fans and they're having a sale where some things are half off right now because of sizes being out of stock so this is a great time to order!

Giftcode- 15CUPCAKES
Expires December 31, 2012

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sunnymum said...

Very cute booby monsters!