Autumnz Breastmilk Storage Bag ON SALE


🌺Autumnz breastmilk storage bags ON SALE 🌺

1 box RM12.50
4box RM45
8 box RM85
♨️10 box RM110 + dapat FREE poslaju dlm Semenanjung

Promosi ini boleh campur size 5oz @ 7oz @ 12oz

1box ada 25pcs

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Autumnz Breastmilk Storage Bottle on SALE!

Normal Price     : RM42

Promotion Price: RM35 (save RM7!) or

Buy 2box for RM65 (save RM19!) , can mix 2colors

>>Buy now and get FREEGIFT 5pcs breastmilk storage bag per box<<

  • BPA Free bottles
  • 1 box contain : 10pcs storage bottle
  • Size: 5oz each



Evelove Breastmilk Storage Bottle

evelove bottle

Evelove Breastmilk Storage Bottles

1box RM25
2box RM40

Normal price 1box RM29

What’s Included?
Eve Love Storage Bottles x 6
Eve Love Storage Bottle Lids x 6
Eve Love Storage Bottle Caps x 6

Cooler Tote Royal Blue RM21.90

cooler bag Trendy Royal BlueFeatures:

Spacious – able to fit 4-6 bottles + 3 pcs of Autumnz Ice Pack + Manual Breastpump

Effective – can keep milk cold for 12 hours with 3 pcs of Autumnz Reusable Ice Pack

Practical – easy to use with 3 ways of carrying (shoulder sling, arm carry, hand carry)

Affordable – best bargain in town

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Adik hafsah…Zahid bin Norzafry

Alhamdulillah..pada 16 September, hari malaysia.. 10.08pagi, adik Hafsah, Zahid bin Norzafry 2.38kg selamat dilahirkan..

Insya Allah..moga Zahid menjadi penyeri ummi, abi, hafsah dan juga mujahid soleh.


Ramadhan lagi 5 hari..+ new stock arrived!

Salam buat semua pengunjung, peminat dan pembeli Hafsah Collection,

Terima kasih atas sokongan anda semua.

Ramadhan makin hampir tiba ke penghujung, sama-sama kita kejar pahala dalam 5 hari lagi yang tinggal.

Good news..

New stock arrived for Avent Manual Breastpump, Medela swing and Medela Freestyle.. More info will be updated soon!

To my breastpump customer, happy breastfeeding!

To my “baju” customer, selamat memakai baju baru untuk hari raya kali ni, moga ia memberi manfaat kepada semua!




Quoted Dari Kellymom.Com

Breastfeeding And Guilt

Written by Jack Newman, MD, FRCPC
(revised January 2000)

One of the most powerful arguments many health professionals, government agencies and formula company manufacturers make for not promoting and supporting breastfeeding is that we should “not make the mother feel guilty for not breastfeeding”. Even some strong breastfeeding advocates are disarmed by this “not making mothers feel guilty” ploy.

It is, in fact, nothing more than a ploy. It is an argument that deflects attention from the lack of knowledge and understanding of too many health professionals about breastfeeding. This allows them not to feel guilty for their ignorance of how to help women overcome difficulties with breastfeeding, which could have been overcome and usually could have been prevented in the first place if mothers were not so undermined in their attempts to breastfeed. This argument also seems to allow formula companies and health professionals to pass out formula company literature and free samples of formula to pregnant women and new mothers without pangs of guilt, despite the fact that it has been well demonstrated that this literature and the free samples decrease the rate and duration of breastfeeding.

Let’s look at real life. If a pregnant woman went to her physician and admitted she smoked a pack of cigarettes, is there not a strong chance that she would leave the office feeling guilty for endangering her developing baby? If she admitted to drinking a couple of beers every so often, is there not a strong chance that she would leave the office feeling guilty? If a mother admitted to sleeping in the same bed with her baby, would most physicians not make her feel guilty for this even though it is, in fact, the best thing for her and the baby? If she went to the office with her one week old baby and told the physician that she was feeding her baby homogenized milk, what would be the reaction of her physician? Most would practically collapse and have a fit. And they would have no problem at all making that mother feel guilty for feeding her baby cow’s milk, and then pressuring her to feed the baby formula. (Not pressuring her to breastfeed, it should be noted, because “you wouldn’t want to make a woman feel guilty for not breastfeeding”.)

Why such indulgence for formula? The reason of course, is that the formula companies have succeeded so brilliantly with their advertising to convince most of the world that formula feeding is just about as good as breastfeeding, and therefore there is no need to make such a big deal about women not breastfeeding. As a vice-president of Nestle here in Toronto was quoted as saying “Obviously, advertising works”. It is also a balm for the consciences of many health professionals who, themselves, did not breastfeed, or their wives did not breastfeed. “I will not make women feel guilty for not breastfeeding, because I don’t want to feel guilty for my child not being breastfed”.

Let’s look at this a little more closely. Formula is certainly theoretically more appropriate for babies than cow’s milk. But, in fact, there are no clinical studies that show that there is any difference between babies fed cow’s milk and those fed formula. Not one. Breastmilk, and breastfeeding, which is not the same as breastmilk feeding, has many many more theoretical advantages over formula than formula has over cow’s milk (or other animal milk). And we are just learning about many of these advantages. Almost every day there are more studies telling us about these theoretical advantages. But there is also a wealth of clinical data showing that, even in affluent societies, breastfed babies, and their mothers, incidentally, are much better off than formula fed babies. They have fewer ear infections, fewer gut infections, a lesser chance of developing juvenile diabetes and many other illnesses. The mother has a lesser chance of developing breast and ovarian cancer, and is probably protected against osteoporosis. And these are just a few examples.

So how should we approach support for breastfeeding? All pregnant women and their families need to know the risks of artificial feeding. All should be encouraged to breastfeed, and all should get the best support available for starting breastfeeding once the baby is born. Because all the good intentions in the world will not help a mother who has developed terribly sore nipples because of the baby’s poor latch at the breast. Or a mother who has been told, almost always inappropriately, that she must stop breastfeeding because of some medication or illness in her or her baby. Or a mother whose supply has not built up properly because she was given wrong information. Make no mistake about itラhealth professionals’ advice is often the single most significant reason for mothers’ failing at breastfeeding! Not the only one, and other factors are important, but health professionals often have influence and authority far beyond their knowledge and experience.

If mothers get the information about the risks of formula feeding and decide to formula feed, they will have made an informed decision. This information must not come from the formula companies themselves, as it often does. Their pamphlets give some advantages of breastfeeding and then go on to imply that their formula is almost, well, between us, actually, just as good. If mothers get the best help possible with breastfeeding, and find breastfeeding is not for them, they will get no grief from me. It is important to know that a woman can easily switch from breastfeeding to bottle feeding. In the first days or weeksラno big problem. But the same is not true for switching from bottle feeding to breastfeeding. It is often very difficult or impossible, though not always.

Finally, who does feel guilty about breastfeeding? Not the women who make an informed choice to bottle feed. It is the woman who wanted to breastfeed, who tried, but was unable to breastfeed who feels guilty. In order to prevent women feeling guilty about not breastfeeding what is required is not avoiding promotion of breastfeeding, but promotion of breastfeeding coupled with good, knowledgeable and skillful support. This is not happening in most North American or European societies.


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