I love seeing what other breastfeeding mothers have for breakfast. I’m always on the search for products that increase milk production, keep you full, nutritious, and taste good. This has been my go to breakfast lately. Oatmeal increases milk production and this oatmeal has flax and chia so they are healthy fats! I like to top them off with fruit and Mrs. Patel’s munch crunch.
Mrs. Patel’s is a company that a discovered that makes products for breastfeeding moms that increase milk supply.
They make fenugreek bars, tea, and the munch crunch (which consists of seeds like fennel and flax.
You can also get 20% off your first purchase by using the code firstorder
I love the bars they had chocolate and peanut butter. It’s very flavorful so some might not like the taste but I enjoy it!
Tea tastes great with milk and honey. The much crunch can be added to smoothies, yogurt, oatmeal or just eat a spoonful!
What are you favorite foods to eat while breastfeeding that helps milk production?
I recently stumbled upon the cutest stuffed animal online from a shop called Bata and Batuta. We read more about them and found out they are handmade plush stuffed animals! Not only that, when you purchase stuffed animal, another one is donated to a child in need. How sweet is that? We got the elephant one. Check them out on Facebook!
Who else wishes they had a ton of books written by Muslims when they were young? So happy for this new generation who will have a the chance to read such great books!I honestly don’t remember reading or owning any children books written by Muslim authors or who had Muslim characters.
I recently put this photo on my Facebook account and got tons of interest so I want to do a giveaway! So easy to enter:
1- like my new Facebook page. Click here
2-comment on the giveaway post which book you would like to win
3- tag a friend who would also be interested in winning a book!
Anyone can enter but must reside in the US. I’ll choose a winner at the end of the week
Here are the titles of the books:
- Ilyas and Duck: fantastic festival by Omar Khawaja
- Lailah’s Lunchbox by Reem Faruqi
- The Magic Words by Lisha Azad
- The Apple Tree by Mariam Alkalby
- Jariya Jar by Aisha Mohammed
- Bismillah Soup by Asma Hussein
- Yasmine’s Belly Button by Asma Hussein
- Adventures with Yousef by Dana SK
- Noor Kids discover their blessings
- Princess Sayana’s Pen by Zainab Merchant
- How Big is Allah (in Arabic) by Emma Apple
I pan on doing indiviual reviews for some of these books as well!