Rescued Rumps T- shirt giveaway

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Rescued Rumps will be featured in our next round of breastfeeding bags. To celebrate we have teamed up to give away a “breastfeeding love” t-shirt to one of our lucky fans!
http://rescuedrumps.storenvy.com/

Rescued Rumps is a mom owned AZ company and is committed to providing you with eco friendly products for your family. Most notably are her handmade cloth diapers and super cute printed t-shirts for you and baby. We adore the item Rescued Rumps has graciously donated to us, size will be chosen by winner and color based on availability. Here is a picture:

Happy entering and good luck!!

Rescued Rumps is also working on a brand new items. Baby moccs! Aren’t they adorable?
Available soon…

Welcome!

Hello! This is our first ever blog entry and I’m not quite sure what to say. First of all, welcome and thank you for reading this 🙂 We have grown so much as an organization over the past 3 years, since we officially started in 2011, and I am so thankful for each and every person who’s helped us along the way. From donating to or attending one of our fundraisers to cutting fabric circles, sewing bags and filling out paperwork. We wouldn’t be here without our amazing Arizona community. We love giving back to Arizona moms and seeing nursing mommies gain confidence to nurse in public and nurse full term are what we are all about! We support moms who have nursed for any amount of time and we know that you are all doing the best you can for your babies. So, thank you for your continued support so that we can continue to support! We are always striving to gather materials for the best breastfeeding bag possible so let us know: did you get an AZ Breastfeeding bag? Was it helpful? What kinds of things do you think would be helpful to have in our bag?

Check out the rest of our webpage to see what we currently have in the bags and to place an order to receive a bag. Also, drop us an email if you would like to be a guest blogger here on our brand new blog 🙂

Happy nursing!

Nikki Van Strien

President, AZ Breastfeeding Bag Project