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Struggling to transition your baby from breast to bottle? mimijumi has created the most natural drinking experience for bottle picky babies.

We are giving 8 lucky parents the chance to experience mimijumi with a starter pack containing

  • 1 x 240ml ‘Very Hungry’ bottle
  • 1 x 120ml ‘Not So Hungry’ bottle
  • 1 x fast flow nipple replacement

mimijumi baby bottles are a natural, modern and stylish complement to breastfeeding. The unique mimijumi nipples have been specifically designed to replicate the skin texture of a woman’s breast, all the way down to the pores, enhancing an easy and realistic transition from the breast to the bottle.

The design of the bottles is based on the psychological dynamics of feeding and soothing items as transitional objects, keeping in mind the natural bonding experience of infants with their parents. Not only for stubborn babies, newborns also gravitate to this form of feeding, aiding prolonged breastfeeding and a natural way of enhancing immunity.

mimijumi Key Features

  • Free of BPA and phthalates, the nylon bottle and  is easy to clean and has a wide mouth for easy filling, a screw on one piece nipple, and a non-slip base
  • Soft 100% medical grade silicone nipple is textured and colored to resemble a mothers breast, and includes an integrated ventilation system to aid in the baby’s digestion preventing colic
  • Dishwasher safe

Visit www.mimijumi.com.au or join us at http://www.facebook.com/mimijumi.australia?ref=ts to find out more!

For your chance to win one of these great pack, use the comment form below and tell us: Why do you need to burp a baby?

Please note this competition is open from 16th October until 20th November and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile.  Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. K. ElizaNSW
  2. R. ShearsmithVIC
  3. M. HoadQLD
  4. V. SmithNSW
  5. L. LintonWA
  6. A. GrahamSA
  7. P. MurrayQLD
  8. T. WelshVIC
  • Burping helps bottle fed babies get rid of some of the air they swallow during feedings and can cut down on spitting up, crankiness, and digestive unhappiness. That is why it’s so important!

  • I would be very happy to win these products because my baby of 9 months just wants my breast milk., and what better to try these as the soother is a real nipples would be a great break for me Thank you

  • I would absolutely love to win this authentic nipple shapped bottle for my 6 month old baby boy.
    No BPA is definately a huge plus.

  • to teach the baby to say thankyou

  • Because bubbles in tummies
    Makes for unhappy babies and mummies!

  • That little escape of gas as you go pat-a-pat-pat is soothing for mum and bub, and prevents pains for your little one’s tummy.

  • To ensure that they don’t have painful gas and wind trapped in their little bellies. After a good burp my baby completely relaxes and the crying stops!

  • cause they wont do it themselves

  • If we have trapped wind, we feel really sore. Baby ‘s wind becomes trapped and he/she has not developed bodily enough to release it like us. A burped baby is a happy baby and a happy baby means parenthood is a pleasure instead of a chore!

  • Why oh why do we need to burb baby?
    to give us something to do maybe?
    Some babies need it to get rid of gas
    Others refuse it and just let it pass!
    But in truth, there is nothing more delightful
    than hearing the noisy burp’s arrival!

  • You need to burp a baby to get the painful wind out of their little bodies, otherwise they will wake up crying and will be restless and uncomfortable the whole time. You can hear it in their cries when they need to be burped. It is also a good opportunity to hold them close and to love them even more.

  • i plan to breastfeed but my partner is keen to be involved in the feeding and bonding process, so i plan to express my milk for him to paticipate as well and these bottles seem perfect for this job being desined to be so similar to breast this may help my baby with switching from breast to bottle

  • Not Burping a baby is life threatening to your baby, they can suffocate on their on vomit and with excess gas in your babies stomach can hurt them, just like when we as Adults get gas.

  • Burping a baby is paramount in keeping baby calm and settled. A well burped baby is a happy one!

  • You need to burp a baby to get rid of wind in your baby. I find if I don’t burp half way through a feed then any extra milk he has will come back up when he does burp or gets the hiccups. Also if baby doesn’t burp he gets very uncomfortable and very unsettled.

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