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Thursday, 23 April 2015

review | yummy mummy food company

I was gifted these items. All opinions are mine.
Yummy Mummy Food Company
I've been pretty lucky with my breastfeeding journey. Four babies, and only one bout of mastitis. And babies who fed easily, for what would be considered a long time by most, but was exactly as long as they want to feed. But over the last 8 years, I've been breastfeeding for just over 7 years. And no matter how much water I drink, how much porridge I eat for breakfast, sometimes a girl just needs a boost to get the milk up there!

{Sophie has been cutting molars* for a couple of weeks now, both Nat and Riley would just sleep for four days when their molars cut, Sophie gets all sucky and wants mum}

I've seen many recipes for boobie bikkies, as they're known colloquially, but as much as I love baking I've never had the energy in those early months of babydom to make my own. I wish I had known about these cookies after Sophie was born!

I ate 2 cookies a day, although the website says 3. The biscuits are lovely and oaty, almost like a butternut snap, and quite moorish if you want to give in to that strength of will that sees you stopping at just two tim tams. I noticed a difference within an hour, a "fuller" feeling, and Sophie seemed much happier, too.

If you'd like to try any of the cookies in the range, use the code MOREMILK for 15% off the entire store.

* I wrote this review at the start of April, when Sophie was actually cutting molars.

If you're new here, hi, I'm Cate! I've been blogging in this space for almost 8 years, through pregnancy, babies, teenagers and life's ups and downs. You can read more about us over here, or sign up for the monthly newsletter here.
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