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New! 'Boobylicious Baby Feeders' Unique Portable Travel System

Introducing the Boobylicious Baby Feeders Unique Portable Travel System, allowing busy mums on the go to feed their babies literally ANYWHERE.

Our Boobylicious Baby Feeders boast the following unique features.  You won't find them on any other feeding system!

  • Patented 'Carry-Along' Function: so you never get caught without feeding equipment.
  • Built-In Warmers: milk at the exact temperature you need it.
  • Never-Ending Supply: unique 'Top-Up Technology' makes more milk even while your baby is feeding.
  • Tailor-Made Nutrition: exactly what your baby needs from birth to toddlerhood.
  • Ready To Use: no need to wash or sterilise after every feed.
  • 100% Safe, Guaranteed:  no child has ever been harmed by the feeders or their contents.

All of these features in a size and style to suit you!

Plus!  Free, no obligation trial available to new mothers.
(Only two per customer.  Contents may vary.)

Boobylicious Baby Feeders at the Beach



  1. Haha, this is a great post and wonderful pictures xxx

  2. I have been feeding babies from 2007 with no break.
    I have fed on a plane, train, car and boat.
    In festivals, car boot sales, pubs and restaurants.
    In England and in France and Wales, in my house, other peoples houses and in the park.

    BUT do you think I can find one picture which isn't pretty standard?? Of course not. xxx will keep looking though...

  3. Love this post! What a cute and clever way to promote breastfeeding! <3
    Yardana x

  4. thank you so much yardana! xxx

  5. Awesome ad! would it be at all possible for me to use your text in my antenatal classes when I promote breast feeding - I am thinking maybe a one page ad with handdrawn pics (not the photos) as a fun way to get the message across. I can credit you in the copyright.

  6. yes white-rose, absolutely, that is fine.
    i'm so glad you enjoyed it and anything that promotes breastfeeding is fine by me!


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