Saturday, September 12, 2015

Celebrate my 8th blogiversary with a giveaway of lactation cookies!

In honor of my eighth blogiversary (how the time flies!), I'm giving away a box of delicious, lactation-boosting MilkBoosters cookies to one lucky reader.

I have an advertising partnership with MilkBoosters (formerly Making Mamas Milk), where Dori sends me 40 yummy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies every month. They always make me full to bursting with mama's milk, no joke! I want to share the wonderfulness with you, so I'll send along my September box to someone who wants it.

If you're a nursing mama and would like to enter to win, please leave a comment telling me how long you've been nursing!

Please include your email address with the comment so I can reach you! You can write it like this to foil spambots: hobomama {at} gmail {dot} com. You must have a U.S. shipping address, because I'm sending it USPS Priority Mail.

A little more about MilkBoosters:


MilkBoosters is run by a lovely mama-of-six named Dori who bakes these delicious cookies designed with natural ingredients to help pump up (get it?) your milk supply.

The cookies include fenugreek, flaxseed, whole rolled oats, and whole wheat flour. And a ton of deliciousness. I seriously want to eat these all day, but Dori recommends two a day with a large glass of water. Works a treat!

She has dairy-free, vegan, and gluten-free options available, though note that this giveaway is for the Oatmeal Chocolate Chip flavor, which I believe is dairy-free and vegan but does contain gluten. Let me know if you need me to confirm the vegan and dairy bit with Dori.

If you can't eat all four sleeves of 10 cookies right away, you can freeze the extra sealed sleeves and pull them out as you need them. They'll still be delish.

Visit Dori's site at MilkBoosters.com, and connect with her on Facebook.

Happy blogiversary to all!

Thank you for coming alongside me these past eight years! My literal baby has grown into a delightful eight-year-old (and been joined by two brothers along the way!), and my blog baby has brought me so much joy through connecting with all of you and hearing your stories as I share mine.

Thanks for celebrating this milestone with me!



I will pick the winner through Random.org after the contest closes. If I can’t reach a winner, I’ll draw a new name. The winner will have 48 hours to respond by email; otherwise, I will select another winner.

No purchase necessary. Entrants must be age 18 or older and be residents of the United States of America and have a U.S. shipping address. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Winner(s) agrees to hold Hobo Mama and MilkBoosters harmless for any problem with receipt and/or use of prize. Winners are responsible for any taxes or customs fees related to prize winnings. Hobo Mama and MilkBoosters reserve the right to publicize the winner's first name. Void where prohibited by law.

This page contains statements of nutritional support. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information and products available on this website are not intended as a substitute for the advice or medical care of a qualified healthcare professional, and you should seek the advice of your healthcare professional before undertaking any dietary or lifestyle changes.


Contest closes September 23, 2015, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.



Disclosure: I receive MilkBoosters cookies in exchange for ad space
and have chosen to pass along one of my boxes.
MilkBoosters is not sponsoring this giveaway directly.
I try to seek out only products I think you would find
relevant and useful to your life as a natural parent.
If I don't like a product, I won't be recommending it to you.
See my full disclosure policy here.

11 comments:

Michelle said...

These cookies sound yummy! My current nursling has been nursing for 16 months. <3 Now that she is so active and wants to run around instead of nurse, these would be great to give my supply a little kick up.

michelleiharrington {at} gmail {dot} com

Amanda Powell said...

I've been nursing my soon-to-be 4 month old since her birth. The last time I nursed was worth my son who is now five. :) We could definitely use a milk boost:)

Amanda Powell said...

With** oh and dairy free would be wonderful as my munchkin has a sensitive tummy and mama can't have dairy along with garlic and spicy foods. Lol

Morgan Lipton, MA CCC-SLP said...

Huzzah! Thanks for 8 years of hobo bloggin!
I breastfed my oldest daughter until she self-weaned at four years, three months during my last pregnancy. 6 weeks later we discovered we weren't having one but two little girls! I am currently (and by currently I mean as I type) tandem breastfeeding my 4.5 month old twin daughters. Making milk is nĂºmero uno in my world! Oh and cookies to boot? Yes, please!
morgan{dot}lipton{at}gmail{dot}com

rachel said...

I'm about to have a baby and will start nursing then. I had a terrible nursing experience with baby #1 so I'm going to a few different things this time around, like lactation cookies!

Unknown said...

Going on month 2! Could definitely use these treats!

- Judith (j.rontal@gmail.com)

Manda said...

My little one will be 8 months this week.
Mandaoverturf at yahoo.com

JSColdwell said...

I'm not nursing but a good friend of mine is and is starting to lose her supply. I've been looking for recipes and ideas to help her out. I'd love to be a blessing to her.

stephanie_dunbar07 [at] hotmail [dot] com

Brigid Bludau said...

I've been nursing for 25 months. I have a 25 month old and 2.5 month old. I'm currently tandem nursing. bshowland {at} gmail {dot} com

La Bonne Vie - The House of Brodt said...

I've been nursing my twin daughters since birth. They were born on July 24th and will be two months old tomorrow. I also nursed my older sons during their first year as well.

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