Breast Milk MileStone™ Celebration

Supporting breastfeeding families is a passion very close to my heart.  Breastfeeding in modern society is very hard. Which makes celebrating the breastfeeding relationship something that is needed!  Whether you breastfeed for 3 days or 3 years the breastfeeding relationship needs to be celebrated! Some of the most extraordinary women I met were breastfeeding mothers. I have been honored to be apart of some of the most intimate and raw parts of so many families. These experiences have shaped and humbled me in ways I never imagined possible. It is my hope that all families have something tangible to celebrate their relationship relationship!

Over the past year I have been studying and experimenting to make the perfect formula for Breast Milk MileStone™ Jewelry. I am overwhelmed with excitement to be announcing that I am finally ready to accept some orders! I know many people who would love a piece. The great amount of time and precious metals that go into making the Breast Milk MileStone™ make them out of the budget to many.  Which is why I am inviting you, my clients and dear friends, to enter in a Mother’s Day Special Celebration!

Up to ten women will be selected to get a sterling silver Breast Milk MileStone™ ring and matching earrings similar to the one pictured for a $50, a fraction of the retail value($250).

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To enter you must:

  • Be a client, friend, family member, professional colleague or peer
  • Share this post
  • Comment why you want a Breastmilk Mile’stone’™ Jewelry Set in the comment section on this page
  •  Be able to provide 3 ounces of breast milk. (If you can not get 3 ounces you can still enter with minimum of 1 ounce but will have a limited warranty.)
If you are not client, friend, family member, professional colleague or peer you can still enter to win a $50 gift card!

Mothers will  be selected and announced on Mother’s Day 2017.

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11 thoughts on “Breast Milk MileStone™ Celebration

  1. I just told my hubby I wanted this for Mother’s day! At 19 months, I know my DD won’t be nursing forever. I want something to remember this without having bad milk stored in the freezer for the rest of her life LOL. Such a beautiful way to look back on this!


  2. I’ve been nursing for a little over 5 years continuously, with my last baby quickly approaching her half birthday, I understand my nursing days are numbered. Having something to cherish that will remind me of the bond I had with my nurslings, will prove to be remarkable.


  3. I’ve always had such a rough time breastfeeding my babes. This is my last little one and I want to have a keepsake ❤️❤️


  4. I nursed my son for 19 months with an SNS and a shield; we both had issues starring out but didn’t give up. I have a small amount of milk stashed in my freezer in hopes of making a piece of jewelry to celebrate our accomplishment. My husband and I are moving this summer and I’d love to actually have something made while I still have a few ounces of milk stored!


  5. I absolutely love these! I would love to have one made. I plan to breast feed Madelyn at least 18m because I have enjoyed it so much this time and have had so much more support this time around then with my older 2.


  6. I’ve been wanting breast milk jewelry for over a year now but have always have an issue with coming up with the lump sum of cash I’d need all at once to purchase it. I breastfed for 15 months and don’t know if I’ll ever be able to do this again, so I’d like to capture this precious memory.


  7. I breastfed my son until he was four and I was pregnant with my daughter. She is two and nursing is still a huge part of our lives. I have also wet nursed a friend’s baby when a birth she was attending took an unexpected turn and needed to transfer to the hospital. I babysat and nursed for her so she could be there for her client. Breastfeeding has been such a huge part of my life for going on seven years now. When that part of my life is finished with, it would mean so much to have some of my milk preserved in a pretty piece of jewelry to honor and remember these special times.

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  8. I’ve been nursing my son for over 2 and a half years, and looking back to the beginning, I never thought we’d get this far. It’s been an incredible journey and having my son and nursing has changed me so much, I’d love to have a physical reminder of it once he’s done.


  9. I have CP. I was told I would never have children or lead a normal life but I did. He is the best thing God has given me. When I had my first child I prayed for nine months that I could breastfeed and I did for 18 months. I wish I had known about this five years ago. anyway I am currently expecting our Rainbow baby and so I would love to send in my milk when the time comes.


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