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One lucky mum has the chance to WIN a New Beginnings 2-in-1 UV Steriliser plus accessories!

For all those mums out there who are constantly washing and sterilising until all hours of the night … this competition is FOR YOU.

The New Beginnings 2-in-1 UV Steriliser and Dryer is the perfect compact unit you need to dry, sterilise and store your bottles, teats, sippy cups and accessories. It’s one of the first UV Sterilisers on the market and it works by using ultra violet light to eliminate germs and bacteria.

The handy unit fits up to 4 bottles at a time, drying in 41 minutes and sterilising in 11 minutes! Compact, streamlined and silent, the UV steriliser and dryer doesn’t require much bench space … plus it looks great anywhere.

Image of the New Beginnings 2-in-1 UV Steriliser

Product features of the 2-in-1 UV Steriliser and Dryer include:

  • Kills up to 99.9% of common germs and bacteria 
  • Strong & reliable Philips UV Globe
  • Safe and durable with no UV light leakage 
  • Easy, intuitive digital smart touch buttons 
  • BPA Free
  • Hepa filter to capture smaller particles such as dust and mould 
  • Super silent when drying or sterilising

The winner of this competition will receive a New Beginnings 2-in-1 UV Steriliser and Dryer valued at $180, as well as a selection of New Beginnings accessories.

To enter this competition, simply tell us in 50 words or less your craziest, funniest or most unexpected experience when you were breastfeeding.

Please note this competition is open from 14 April 2021 until 12 May 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. 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. C. PereiraQLD
  • Living in Darwin I used to walk around the shopping centre breastfeeding like all the Aboriginal girls.

  • I was getting dressed, baby cried, boobs shot milk straight out into hubby’s face as he was sitting on the bed.

  • 6 month immunisation doctor told me to feed my bub to calm him down, baby latched then at the letdown came he unlatched and my milk starting streaming out over his head, husband starting recording

  • Squiring myself in the face when my infant delatched unexpectedly- luckily I was in the company of some good friends who like me saw the lighter side of it

  • I knew nothing about it!!! Talk about steep learning curve!! Mostly, I thought it was hilarious how far you can shoot these things!

  • Having a very noisy feeder whilst sitting in church and everyone falling silent, definitely one way to cause me embarrassment!

  • Unexpected experience when I was breastfeeding was being bitten whilst feeding.

  • Being a first time Mum and having twins, I was amazed at how I could feed both babies at the same time and funny enough, I would prefer feeding that way rather than one at a time!

  • I had a delivery at the door didn’t realise I still had my boob out. I was so embarrassed I couldn’t stop laughing and crying from my sleep deprived brain

  • the most unexpected experience I had was i thought the bub was getting all the basic nutrients albeit my energy the whole time she is latched on. Apparently, after a visit from the midwife, the bub has lost weight and starving as my milk had not come out yet….

  • Answering the door topless with baby in one arm expecting my mum but instead it was a very frazzled postman who did not know where to look.

  • Almost squirting milk on my lactation consultant.

  • The moment my baby unlatches during a letdown…. refer photo

  • I have a good flow on my right side, my bub decided dad was more interesting so he unlatched and looked at dad while my milk was still flowing, hit my husband straight in the face.

  • I thought I had the flu but I had mastitis and I passed out in emergency and my poor dad didn’t know what to do! Although since I passed out I go pushed to the front of the line haha!

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