Thursday, September 20, 2012

10K likes! Doll Giveaway SARA!

We've reached 10,000 Facebook likes!! Yea!!!  

Your support in the last 4 years has been incredible!!

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!


Let's celebrate with another amazing Doll Giveaway!

  

SARA

www.MamAmorDolls.com


SARA is a beautiful birthing and breastfeeding MamAmor doll, made with lots of love by MamAmor's very talented mama helpers who are from all over the world!  

Mama helper Anne here in Canada, created Sara's and baby's bodies and gave them their beautiful faces and hair. 

Sara's shoes and cardigan were knitted in Uruguay by Mama helper Graciela using cotton for the shoes and wool from Manos del Uruguay for the cardigan.

Sara's hair flower clip was created by Meghann here in Edmonton, from Flourish Hair Accessories and her diaper bag is Lisa's creation from Boxy Designs in Spruce Grove.

Sara is wearing a beautiful dress made in Russia! yes....that far away! by Mama helper Anne's mom who lives there!  

The nursing necklace Sara is wearing is one of Jackie's creations from Wild Mother Arts and the diaper and blanket for the baby was made by mama helper Niko.

As you can see, Sara has been loved and cared by all these amazing ladies from around the world.....and today, she can be YOURS!

Sara comes with a lot of accessories, the whole package is worth $210 plus shipping!! 


Please read before entering:


1- Everyone is welcome to enter, this is a WORLDWIDE giveaway. However,  since this is a celebratory giveaway exclusively for our Facebook's friends, you MUST have a Facebook account in order to enter.

2- Shipping is FREE!  Anywhere that Canada Post ships.

3- TO ENTER:


- "Like" MamAmor's Facebook page and invite your friends to "like" our page too.


- Post about this Giveaway on your Facebook timeline (this is a "must" requirement, if you win, I will check that you have posted; wink ;)


- Leave a comment here (not in Facebook) answering the following question:

    Why do you want to win SARA?  - Your comment is your entry.


4- Only ONE entry per family please.


5- For a BONUS entry, SUBSCRIBE to our monthly Newsletter HERE and leave a second comment on this blog saying "Subscribed". (I will check on that one too!; wink, wink ;)


6- Deadline for this Giveaway is Tuesday September 25th, 2012 at midnight (MST). Entries after that day and time will not be included in the draw. 

The winner will be randomly picked using Random.com and will be announced on Wednesday September 26th, 2012 at 12PM (MST) here and on Facebook. 

The winner will have 3 days to claim SARA. If she isn't claimed after 3 days, she'll be randomly picked again.





If you want to see more pictures of SARA and her baby, visit MamAmor's Facebook Album HERE


If you have any questions about this giveaway, email info@mamamordolls.com


THANK YOU!!!!

AND GOOD LUCK!!!

C O N T E S T    I S   C L O S E D   N O W.

THANKS FOR PARTICIPATING.




710 comments:

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Patricia said...

Subscribed

Melanie said...

Subscribed!

Patricia said...

I've always wanted to have one of your dolls ! I am a mom of 3 boys, I need another female in the house lol
I am a doula, would love to bring sara to work with me :D

Melanie said...

I want to win this because it will be awesome in my future office as a certified nurse midwife!!!!

Ribails said...

I would love to win Sara! I have been following MaAmor since i first saw one of the dolls. But alas I have never had the funds to order one for myself.

BabyCharlee said...

Who wouldn't want one of your unique dolls MamAmor! Great as teaching tools for children and others! nothing like them anywhere on any market well done!

Unknown said...

I would love to win Sara because I'm due at the end of February, and plan on having a homebirth with my then 3yr old there. This would be a great tool to explain to him what will happen. And she's GORGEOUS!

Lisa goshoplisa@gmail.com

Nicole Chambers said...

I would love to win becuase we have one doll for my new doula business and for my nearly 3 year old to share. Im sure you can see the problem with this! I would love for my daughter to be about to explore the doll without me worrying.

Unknown said...

Subscribed!

Lisa at goshoplisa@gmail.com

VMcX said...

I would like to win Sara because 1. I think she absolutely stunning 2. I am a nurse-midwifery student and a mother and a MamAmor Doll is a dream of mine. It's amazing that a doll can encompass much of the significance of my life right now. 3. I have currently have cancer and I had to give up breastfeeding for chemo-radiation (hopefully temp.-I stopped a pump and dump session to write this) and I see a MamAmor Doll as a way to heal the hurt and re initiate breastfeeding with my daughter. Regardless of who wins Sara, she is beautiful!

Cassie F said...

I want to win Sara to give to my best friend. It would be incredibly meaningful for her to have as a part of her doula practice and to use at home with her two girls who she's raising in a very conscious manner regarding bodies, pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding.

VMcX said...

subscribed!

Doug.The.Wookie said...

Congratulations on 10,000 likes! I would like to win Sara for my 2 kids for several reasons. The first and most obvious reason is my almost 5 year old's fascination with babies and birth. Having a birthing doll would be amazing for her. We don't make much money so winning her would be the only way I'll ever be able to own one of these beautiful mamas. Last and certainly not least I would love to win her because she's hand made, (mostly) right here in Alberta-and all over the world.

lizzymcgizzy said...

I LOVE Sara! I would love to win her for my four (next week!) year old who has that same hue of reddish-blonde hair.

Erica said...

I would love to win Sara, Its my dream to have a MaAmor doll but i cant afford it!! I also wanted for my toddler daughter!

Cassie F said...

Subscribed!

lizzymcgizzy said...

Subscribed!!

Amanda said...

I would love to win one, because my daughters have lots of dolls that have bottles, and they were both breast fed. I'd love for them to be able to play with a doll that really shows them how babies eat!

AKParry87 at yahoo dot com

leetarose said...

I would love to win Sara because these dolls are stunning and there I just want to play with her...I may share with my kids. Maybe. :)

Rachel Leclerc said...

I wanna Sara because my daughter as been nursed till she was 3 and she is now 4 and is really intrigue by breastfeeding and babies in mommies belly and all.

Beth R said...

Congratulations!!! I would love to win Sara for my two boys. We are having our third child in the spring and I think this not only would be a great teaching tool but also a great doll for my son's to love on while mommy is away. I think it is so important to not only empower our daughters but also our son's to have a voice about their bodies. Thank you for the chance to win

Kristi26 said...

I would love to win Sara because she is gorgeous and my daughter and I would have so much fun with her!!! <3

Beth R said...

I subscribe at Gkeeper333 at yahoo dot com

kimberleigh molchanov said...

i would love to share your beautiful Sara doll with my amazing daughter. we are a full term breastfeeding family and my little muffin loves dolls. i think this would be an excellent baby for her to nurture and grow with.

Kristi26 said...

Subscribed to the newsletter!

Cassy B said...

Subscribed!!!!

magreen said...

I have happily shared and promoted you guys from my Green Births facebook page. As a doula and aspiring midwife and a MOTHER - How could I not totally covet your beautiful dolls. They warm my heart. My daughter once saw me looking at them and asked "Is that supposed to be you?" :)

Rachel Leclerc said...

Subscribed

magreen said...

I also subscribed! Thank you for the chance to win one of your beautiful dolls!

Beth R said...

Sorry subscribed at beth.rees333 at gmail dot com through google reader

tuesday lach said...

I would love to win this for my office, she is lovely!

Airiane Rogers-Baribeau said...

I desire to win Sara because I very much want one of these dolls but on our limited income I simply cannot afford one. I have a strong interest in birth and breastfeeding so Sara would be a welcome addition to our family.

Trish said...

I have wanted one of your dolls since I laid eyes on them! And the reasons are multi-fold a) they are absolutely beautiful b) I'm considering becoming a doula or midwife myself and especially think where there's younger children involved this would be an awesome teaching/exploration tool and c) I have an 8 year old daughter and I think it would be wonderful for her to have something like this to explore and play with and normalize so many of these things that society has deemed strange!

M. said...

To be honest, I have no idea how I've found your website (probably through attachment parenting websites). I won't be original, Sara would be helpful at my work as I am child psychologist. Seeing some of my little patients interacting with Sara would be verry interesting as I have never seen a birthing doll :)

Trish said...

I've also subscribed to your newsletter (under triciasurette@hotmail.com) and posted the link to my newsfeed!

Mummy Webster said...

i would loe to win Sara because it would be fantastic to further educate my boys and help make our relaxed baby led family style more mainstream, also to own something made by such a lovely group of ladies would be just amazing! Natalie x

Jenna Carter said...

Thank you for the opportunity! I'd love to win Sara because I want my daughter to be able to have a doll that is not only handmade, but also exhibits the true beauty of being a woman and a mom. I'm strongly against the highly sexualized dolls being sold on the market to our young girls today and want mine to have a positive female role model. Unfortunately, we're not able to afford your beautiful dolls so would be ecstatic to win one.

Mummy Webster said...

subscribed too :) x

ocean said...

I would love to win Sara. As a birth doula and childbirth educator I find the MaAmor dolls inspiring and beautiful. I would love to see expectant siblings play and interact with Sara and see their sense of wonder as they play and learn.

tuesday lach said...

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Cassy B said...

I have 6 beautiful and amazing daughters who have watched me breastfeed, cloth diaper and babywear. We come from a long line of "attached parenting" generations. I was nursed thru the toddler years, co-slept etc. as was my mom and her mom before her. This was a gift I was able to pass along to my girls who will pass it along to their children. What better way to celebrate than to have a doll they can practice with. Thank you for making a life like doll that inspires others.

Jenna Carter said...

Subscribed!

Unknown said...

What a great contest! I'd love to win Sara for a few reasons: they are made so beautifully, from all over the world and I'd be honoured to have one. I'd love to buy one but currently I am just starting my doula business and my husband was recently laid off. As I said, I'm just entering the world as a doula and would love this doll to help clients' children understand what will happen to their mommies. As well, I'm also interested in becoming a childbirth educator and this would be so handy! I hope whoever wins will love her as much as I would!
Sorry, it looks like this is coming up as unknown from Google. I'm at writing_girlatyahoodotca.

M. said...

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Cry Mamma said...

I would *really* love to win Sara. I have a little piggy bank - separate from family funds - so that I can save up for one of your beautiful dolls, so to win one would be amazing.

I just wanted to take this chance to share my story, and let you know how important I think dolls like this are: I had depression during my pregnancy and really badly after my little girl was born (to the point where it's amazing I'm still here). I wish I'd 'been there' in my daughter's early days and I remember so little of her first six months that I still feel like I'm mourning for a baby I never had. But with a MamAmor doll - so positive, celebratory, bright and affirming - I feel as though I could show my girl how exciting and wonderful birth can be. I won't ever be having more children so I don't want my memories of her early days, such dark times, to cloud how she might come to see having children. Having something to counteract that would be so, so amazing.

Susanna said...

I have loved your dolls since I first saw them, but have never had funds to buy one for my self. As a nursing consultant, doula, medschool student and long time breastfeedeing mother. How could I not love this dolls.

Susanna said...

Subscribed!

Julia Costanzo said...

"About a week after my son was born, I had to begin pumping and feeding to avoid having him hospitalized for jaundice since he wasn't latching and feeding very well. I have since then been struggling to establish breastfeeding with him. He is now 7 weeks old and I am able to get him to successfully latch and breastfeed about once or twice a week. I am determined to keep trying!

After I was introduced to your company and looked at the pictures of your beautiful dolls today, I have been able to get him to latch and eat 3 times! I love the message they send and I love that they helped renew my faith and positivity while I was struggling today. I can't wait to be able to own one myself. Thank you!"

I posted the above post on your facebook page two weeks ago. Ever since that I was able to establish breastfeeding and I only have to pump to have milk to store! The day I found your dolls was an amazing turning point for my son and I and I truly think that your dolls were part of my success. Because I am a stay at home mom, I don't have a lot of money to spare so I am unable to purchase one of your dolls, but I'd love to have one to remind me of the struggles I had and how I persevered. Plus they are just beautiful. Sara would be cherished and have a wonderful home with me! Thank you again Mamamor!

Cry Mamma said...

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Anya said...

We want Sara because I am pregnant and I want to teach our twin daughters about birth to prepare them for our homebirth. They are still little so a doll is perfect. It also just happens to be that Sara looks just like me!

Anya said...

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Julia Costanzo said...

Subscribed :)))

CaitlinChina said...

I would love to win Sara for my little girl. She absolutely loves the doll that she has because she LOVES babies but this Doll would just make her year. I can see her smile lighting up just thinking about it.

CaitlinChina said...

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calinsheila said...

This doll is absolutely stunning!!!! I am due with my second child in the end of November, and my daughter is almost two. Would love to help her understand more about what is happening and will happen to mommy's body. I think she would love it!!!!!

calinsheila said...

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L.J. said...

I would love to win Sara as I have been in love with your dolls since I first stumbled across them. My daughter unfortunately loves Barbies right now, and I would love, love, love, her to have a role-model worthy doll to imagine, play, and learn with!

L.J. said...

Subscribed :)

honeybee said...

I want Sara because I am currently pregnant with a little girl and am planning a home birth. I would love to have a doll for her that represents the natural aspects of birth and breastfeeding, which have become incredibly important to me during this pregnancy with all of the information i've been able to come across.

MrsET-luvs-Martha said...

Great tool to teach young children the truth about the stork!

Erica Eley said...

I would love to bring Sara home because she would be the best teaching tool for my 3 year old daughter, who loves natural dolls and she loves the relationship between mother and baby (which she is constantly pretending- rather obsessed with it)! Sara is so beautiful, we have been wanting a MamAmor doll for ages. Thanks for the opportunity! Subscribed and shared the giveaway on my FB wall. :)

4119ff06-035e-11e2-8b25-000bcdca4d7a said...

I'd Love to have Sarah for my beautiful daughter. I am a first time mom that was on the fence about Breast feeding. I am proud to say that we are going strong at 4 months and not planning on stopping. I fell in love with these dolls the minute I saw them and I would much rather get these amazing dolls for my daughter then superficial Barbies. I love that they so innocently help teach our children about the wonders of birth and breastfeeding and that it is natural, not gross or taboo. Our society today has been tainted by these thoughts and Breastfeeding is frowned upon, especially in public. I also love the fact that these dolls are not factory produced, they are hand crafted by women all over the world, and its a real since of cultural diversity working all together to accomplish one common goal, which is how the world should be.

Katie Derwent said...

Well what a beautiful and classy lady Sara is! This couldn't have come up at a better time in my families life! My very lovely daughter started her periods last week at the very young and tender age of 6 years old :( as you can imagine this is a total shock and emotional time for my daughter and is hard enough when we are in are teens let alone 6 tiny years! My daughter is extremely confused and very sad and I am doing my best to explain things but she seems very angry about it! Sara well she could explains and demonstrate why us women are meant to have periods and what being a lady actually means! Sara would offer great comfort and become a life long friend at such a hard and emotional time her my precious daughters life! She would be loved and cared for incredibly and hopefully make me daughter feel special again as she would have Sara by her side to support her and such a tender time!

Me said...

As a doula and childbirth educator I would love to be able to take Sara with me to meetings and informative events to help share the truth about birth. Also as a mother to a young boy I would love the opportunity to expose him to birth in such a gentle way!

Me said...

subscribed!

Erica Eley said...

Subscribed! :D

Melissa said...

Hi! I love these dolls and found out about them through my fellow Student Nurse Midwives at Frontier (shout out!). I think that it would be lovely to have Sara as a part of my future practice; she could be instrumental to our family education program :) Thanks!

Angela said...

i'm a fb fan, and i shared the giveaway on my fb page. I would love to win the doll to use as a teaching toy for my 3 children.

Angela said...

I subscribed!

Nick c said...

I would love to win Sara for my 2 year old daughter who is going to be a big sister in a few months and could highly benefit from learning with Sara about baby and where baby came from and that she will have to share Mom and milk and everything else with baby. I have been dreaming about getting one of your beautiful dolls for quite awhile!

Nick c said...

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Mere said...

I want Sara because I already have a Mamamor but I would like to give one to my midwife.

Mere said...

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Nicole Morel said...

I would love to have Sara because it would be a wonderful teaching tool for my children. Also we are missionaries in Honduras and I am planning on becoming a midwife to help the women here. It would be a great tool to help teach children about birthing and breastfeeding and explain things to the people. It would be a great blessing to have Sara!! However, we can't afford one so we would love to win one!

Nicole Morel said...

Subscribed!!!

Erin Young said...

Wow! Sara is beautiful, and so lovingly made! I am a Doula and an aspiring Midwifery student. I'm also a mom to two boys. Sara would be a very welcome adition to not only my practice, but my home. I am a firm believer that your dolls are excellent teaching tools and winning Sara would be such a blessing!

Liz Suchyta said...

I want this mama and her baby because when I showed my 3 year old son, he said look mama, that is me and thats you! This would be such a perfect addition to our family :)

lovemy2girls said...

I would love to win one for my girls!

Liz Suchyta said...

I am subscribed!

lovemy2girls said...

subscribed!

Heather Mecone said...

Subscribed!

Heather Mecone said...

I would like to win Sara because I adore my doll and I would love to give Sara to my dear friend who just graduated from midwifery school to use for teaching.

Anna Flint said...

I would love to win Sara to encourage my daughter to love her female body and the changes that occur within it. I love how your dolls can wear slings, I wish to share this with the children around me promoting and normalising the benifits and closesness of breastfeeding and slings.

Anna Flint said...

Subscribed xx

Erin Young said...

Subscribed! under (doula.erin.young@gmail.com)

Sasi said...

The dolls you make are so beautiful and inspiring. I'm the only person in my life right now nursing a baby. It would feel nice to have a partner!

goldentrinity said...

We live in SD and CPM's are actually illegal here ;( So we are very active in the birthing and education scene. We are Bradley instructors and so my 3 year old daughter is very informed on breast feeding and births. She was at her little sister's unassisted birth here in SD. So it would be great doll to share with our students as well as have for my daughters! Such beautiful work.

goldentrinity said...

subscribed :)

attachedmommy said...

Let's face it, I'm not just a mom of three, but a birth junkie and a La Leche League leader. I would love to use this doll at meetings and with my kids - I want breastfeeding and birth to be a normalized part of life, not like the rest of our family that shuns us for BF long term and such!

attachedmommy said...

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willowmay said...

Subscribed :)

willowmay said...

I would love to adopt Sara into the family because she is simply gorgeous! I have wanted one of these gorgeous ladies for a long time now! I would love to show my little girl how birthing works!

Kendra said...

As a mom expecting my third, I would love to have a teaching tool for my kids. As a birth doula, Sara would be wonderful for sibling education! What a beautiful doll!

Kendra said...

Subscribed!

Carly Tripe said...

I would like my one year old daughter to grow up body wise and this would be a fantastic tool to teacher how amazing she is and what she will be capable of one day.

Carly Tripe said...

I would love this doll for my daughter....I think I am borderline obsessed with your dolls :-)

Carly said...

I want to win Sara, because I have been a fan for years now. I have a 3 1/2 year old daughter who would absolutely LOVE Sara. Thanks. :)

Carly said...

Subscribed. :)

Katy said...

Congrats on a huge following!
I would love Sara because I find your dolls lovely and inspiring as a breastfeeding mother of two boys (4 years and 7 months). Sara reminds me of my desire to reach out to other women and support them in their birthing and breastfeeding journey. And to teach children the (our future mothers and fathers) the importance of breastfeeding. Plus she has a strawberry blonde hair like me! :)

Katy said...

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Kristie said...

I'd love to win Sara as she'd be the perfect friend for my newest daughter to grow up with, birth and babies and breastfeeding is normal and it's the perfect thing to teach that :)

StarsofOurHearts said...

I want Sara for my daughter(s), I am pregnant with a baby girl that will be the last of my children (she'll be number 4, 2 boys & 2 girls). I would love to be able to give Sara to my daughters as a way to teach them about birth and breastfeeding, something to see and feel rather than just words. Besides that, I just love your dolls. :)

foxfire arts said...

Sara and baby would find a place in health education, art ed and trauma recovery with me. I work in health care in a community with a high birth rate, a lot of trauma, a young population, and a low rate of breastfeeding. Part of my practice includes making dolls with community members who are coping with trauma and loss. Your dolls and their makers are incredibly inspiring. Thank you all for your work!

Kristie said...

subscribed :)

StarsofOurHearts said...

I want Sara for my daughter(s), I am pregnant with a baby girl that will be the last of my children (she'll be number 4, 2 boys & 2 girls). I would love to be able to give Sara to my daughters as a way to teach them about birth and breastfeeding, something to see and feel rather than just words. Besides that, I just love your dolls. :)

Lisa said...

We would love to win Sara to help educate our three children aged 15 months, 3 years, and 5.5 years about birth. We are not pregnant yet but hope to be within the next 6 months and are planning a home birth this time!

Lisa said...

Subscribed too!

Play Me Mama said...

I want to win because there is something so magical about your dolls and winning would be better on our budget at this point, although my daughter wants me to mention that you should make more dolls with rainbow hair, they are her favourite ones!

Play Me Mama said...

Subscribed!

Angharad Goodwin said...

I would like to give a home to Sara because she would be good for my three year old son to bf when im bf his 9 month old sister. For him to learn about birth and breastfeeding and how to care for a baby. I hope to teach him how to be a supportive husband and a great Father when he is older.

Also im sure my Daughter will love Sara very much when she is older and i hope she will disspell some of the common myths about child birth and breastfeeding that the media protray.

bad.attitude said...

I would love to win Sara as a gift for my beautiful baby girl, Lucy.

bad.attitude said...

Subscribed

Carmen Klett Wilkinson said...

What a beautiful doll! I would love to win Sara because my daughter has never accepted a bottle, so why should her dolls?

Carmen Klett Wilkinson said...

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A Place To Dream said...

I would love to win Sara for my children(and to be honest for me too).

A Place To Dream said...

subscribed!

Callie said...

Ever since seeing your dolls at the MANA conference last year I've wanted one. Sara will be a great educational tool in my midwifery practice.

Vernita said...

I would love to win Sara! First and foremost because I've wanted one of your dolls for a long time. They are so beautiful and fun! I work with a lot of mamas having babies and mamas with babies and older kidlets and she would be a great conversation starter and teaching tool!

Callie said...

subscribed

Ruth Zheltov said...

I would love to win Sara for my 4 almost 5 year old son. We are pregnant with our second child and I really want to prepare him for our home birth(which he will attend) I've always loved your dolls and have been a fan on facebook for some time. I hope whoever wins beautiful Sara will be super happy.

Vernita said...

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Caity said...

I would LOVE to win Sara because I would use her to reinforce to my daughter (and future children) that birth and breastfeeding is natural and beautiful. AND she baby wears! Awesome!!

email said...

I would love to win one of these dolls! I have been wishing one to come my way for a long time but we just don't have the funds. I was so excited to see my midwife has one and it is the highlight of our visit each time :-)

email said...

Subscribed :-)

LUMidwife2015 said...

As a midwifery student I am beginning my first placement this December. I would love to have Sara both as a teaching tool for my clients and families but also as an example of how women are connected and can work together to bring about positive changes in the birthing world. Thanks!

Subscribed

tonya s said...

Would love to have Sara so my children have a doll that promotes positive birthing and nursing.

tonya s said...

subscribed

JennH76 said...

I "shared" the giveaway post on Facebook (Jennifer Pummell Hamner).

I would love to win Sara because your dolls are simply AMAZING--and she has green eye like me. :-)

JennH76 said...

Bonus Entry: Subscribed!

Cate said...

I would love this gorgeous girl for my little girl who will be 21 months when our second bub arrives. She loves her dollies and this one would fit perfectly with what she will be observing and no doubt role-playing when that time comes. What a beautiful way to learn through play! Cath Mitcham https://www.facebook.com/cathstuff

Cate said...

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Carley said...

I would love Sara because MamAmor dolls are absolutely gorgeous and I would love to have another to give to my niece! She would love it!

Carley said...

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Feluk said...

Because she is full of love.

Tenielle Daly said...

I would love to win Sara & her baby to be able to offer them a lovely home. I am a Registered Midwife in Australia, and Sara would make an excellant educational aid in Antenatal classes, but will also assist in 'normalising' childbirth & allowing people to speak freely about birth & their experiences. I have found that women tend to share their 'horror' birth stories, scarying the crap out of expectant mama's & papa's, and that women who try to share their happy, positive, empowering birth stories are almost shunned. Lets make birth normal, remove the stigma and fear, and be free to talk about babies coming out of womens vaginas!

Tenielle Daly said...

Subscribed!

Sierra Campbell said...

Sara is for my son to have and hold as his own. He plays with his sisters dolls and would love one to care for and not have to ask permission to borrow. A doll for him to to express his sensitive and loving nature and to be proud of and share his life with. I so appreciate your art and all the attention, time, energy and effort that goes into it. We would love to have Sara in our Family!

Sierra Campbell said...

Sara is for my son to have and hold as his own. He plays with his sisters dolls and would love one to care for and not have to ask permission to borrow. A doll for him to to express his sensitive and loving nature and to be proud of and share his life with. I so appreciate your art and all the attention, time, energy and effort that goes into it. We would love to have Sara in our Family!

Deborah Dowdle said...

I would love to win this doll because i have two little girls that i want to teach about birth. Society and media teaches our children to fear birth and that it is only a trauma, I want my children to know that birth is their choice! That birth is empowering and a natural process of the human body. I want to become a midwife in the future but do not have the money or much time to put into it. So i spend my few hours a day i get to myself researching it on the internet. Blogs, studies, birth videos, state laws regarding home birth and unassisted birth, and statistics. I work very hard to make women aware in my small community that the way they birth is their choice and not to fear it. I was personaly told i would not be able to birth more than a 6lb baby... my first daughter was 8lbs 10oz! Our bodies are capable of AMAZING things, and I would love to have a tool to share that with my mom circle in my area!

Deborah Dowdle said...

subscribed!

CaitlinChina said...

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bfay80 said...

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bfay80 said...

We want to win Sara because our 3 year old is obsessed with her baby dolls, and nursing them! I would love to have one she can birth and teach her sister with. In turn they can both teach our next arrival!!

cat said...

My children love to re-enact childbirth in there play, and it is so encouraging to see a beautiful, tactile doll, that could expand upon this acting. Also, Sara looks like my youngest!

cat said...

subscribed :)

Sandra said...

I would love to win Sara for our family. We would all love to play with her. I would love yo give them something so beautiful.

Sandra said...

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Christine said...

I would LOVE to win Sara, she is beautiful and I think there is nothing better to prepare children for a new child.

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stephteff said...

I would love to win this doll for my toddler as I plan on having another baby very soon and would love to teach my toddler where babies come from and how she was born. I have never seen such a beautiful teaching doll like this available in Australia. Stephanie Sheldon.

monika said...

we'd love to give sara a new home.. my 4 year old daughter is obsessed with getting married and having kids... she was very included in my last pregnancy and chose her little brother's name ;o) I know she'd love a mummy doll like sara to play family! thank you very much for the chance!

Tracy said...

I have been admiring your sweet dolls for the longest time and we would dearly love to welcome Sara into our home! Thank you!

Tracy
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Tracy said...

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nerysnicole said...

I want to win Sara for my beautiful daughter who entered high school this year and is getting all sorts of mixed messages about being a girl/woman.

StarsofOurHearts said...

I want Sara for my daughter(s), I am pregnant with a baby girl that will be the last of my children (she'll be number 4, 2 boys & 2 girls). I would love to be able to give Sara to my daughters as a way to teach them about birth and breastfeeding, something to see and feel rather than just words. Besides that, I just love your dolls. :)

StarsofOurHearts said...

I'm subscribed, shared on FB, on googlemail, any anywhere else I can think of. :)

bwelltended said...

Why do you want to win SARA? I am a Doula & La Leche League leader and I would ADORE having her on hand to demonstrate birth and breastfeeding! SHE IS JUST lovely <3
GOOD JOB MAMA!

bwelltended said...

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Pacific Doula Services LLC said...

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Pacific Doula Services LLC said...

Sara would be a beautiful addition to my educational materials -- as a full-spectrum doula, I often function as a sibling doula; Sara would be a wonderful way to facilitate a discussion about breastfeeding and birth with little ones!

(I posted to my FB page: SFPeninsulaDoula)

Jo said...

She's lovely! I am a childbirth educator and mom to two little girls. I would love to share Sara with my daughters. :)

DecadenceDesigns said...

I would give Sara to my sil, who is pregnant with twin girls :)
Then she can pass Sara along to them when they get older :)

Kat said...

As a student midwife I would like to win Sara to use her in my parent and sibling education classes that I assist in. She would be expecially useful in the sibling prep classes, teaching children about birth and what to expect.

Kat said...

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Tanya Miller said...

I would love this sweet mama and bay for my daughter who is turning 4 in November. <3

Autumn said...

Sara is beautiful! I would love to have her to give as a gift to my niece so that she and my daughter, (who will be receiving Beatrice at Christmastime), can play together with their dolls!

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Autumn said...

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Tanya said...

Your dolls are the best!!
My daughters 1 year birthday is on the 27th what a perfect gift this would be!!

Christina said...

I would SO like to win Sara because it would be the perfect gift for my great midwife who told me a few weeks before birth that she saw MamAmor Dolls and she would really to wish to have one!
I just had a beautiful homebirth with my daughter, husband and the most perfect midwife I could get for us.
Although I would be happy to give Sara to my 3-year-old daughter (who was with me all the time and welcomed her little brother when we were still in the water tub and the umbilical cord was still pulsating) I would give Sara immediately on to my midwife. Just with her help we had the perfect birth and just because of her I got to know MamAmor Dolls. She was always wishing to have a MamAmor Doll, to show little boys and girls in the courses to prepare them on birth and the time afterwards, when they get sisters and brother. And to show first-time-mommies and daddies!
It would be the perfect gift for her, she would be SO happy about it! And Sara would have such a great midwife at her side to tell children the story of birthing - such a beautiful, lovely, enchating, blessed moment in life!

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The Puppet Lady said...

We would love Sara to be a part of our family of three homebirthed boys. We are raising compassionate well rounded men of the future!

Morhu said...

These dolls are gorgeous! I would love to have one to share with my little redhead. The support of the craftswomen, the positive reinforcement of a doll that can birth and breastfeed, these are things that I want her to embrace! Motherhood is a beautiful thing :)

Morhu said...

Right on, Beth! I have 4 sons and its a wonderful responsibility, raising boys to become compassionate and supportive men :)

Sarah said...

Well, *I* am a Sarah, so naturally this doll was made for me! :) I am pregnant with my fourth baby and preparing for my second home birth. My girls were present for the birth of my son and it would be amazing to have one of these dolls so that my younger two could be prepared for what they're (hopefully) going to see upon the birth of the new baby! Being a military family and a stay at home mamma, money is tight, and while I'm confident they're worth every penny, a give away is really the only way one of these beautiful dolls will live in our family.

Sarah said...

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Morhu said...

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Provoking Thought said...

My daughter just told me an endearing story about how she thinks babies are made. She wants a little baby brother or sister and she began by telling me I should hug daddy because then I would have a baby. Afterwards, I would visit the doctor to make a picture of the baby, and then the baby would be delivered. It was touching, and while we are working on it, she might have to wait a little longer. I am a fan of your dolls because they remind me every day of the magnificent process of birth and our wonderful bodies. I always tell my little girl the differences between women and men and I know she would admire this doll jsut as I admire them. I'm a fan of educating people about birth, our choices, and our bodies. I would use this doll for many wonderful heartfelt talks with my daughter and probably funny ones, too. What a wonderful tool for young ones and for older people in pre-natal classes as well. Thank you for making these dolls. Blessings!

Veselina Yoneva said...

I want Sara because i have a littel girl and i want to show her a real doll,not like the skini Barbie style...Also want it because it complete all that i do for my baby.I wish one day to have enough money to buy one if i don't win it.

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Lauren Moylan said...

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Lauren Moylan said...

We want Sara in our house because I wanted one for my son when my daughter was born in June but I couldn't afford one. I'd love to have her when our third eventual child is born. She is just like me! Red hair, freckles, and green eyes! I've lusted over your dolls for quite a while now!!

Ashley Wade said...

I would love to win Sara because I am pregnant with our 3rd child and my 4 year old daughter is enamored with mothering and the birth process. I will begin midwifery school in the spring after the new lo has arrived and would love to have a few of these dolls as teaching tools for my clients one day. I drool every time I see another one posted!

Kate Althouse said...

I would like to win Sara because she is beautiful!!!

dani said...

I just absolutely love these dolls! I would love to win Sara for our family, as a teaching tool, a lovely reminder about parenting and nurturing, a companion for our kiddos and just to own such lovely craftsmanship! :)

dani said...

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Ashley Wade said...

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GeekySweetheart said...

I would love sara because she's beautifully crafted and would make a great educational prop for my son :-)

dani said...

Oh! And our midwife is named Sarah, so that is pretty perfect! :)

GeekySweetheart said...

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Doula Brandi said...

This is fantastic! 10,000 fans!! Congrats MamAmor.
I would love to win Sara! So would my oldest daughter who has wanted a MamAmor since I introduced them to her a few years ago. A MamAmor in our house would be dearly loved and used for learning both for my children and for my doula clients. I so appreciate the fact that you use the talents of women around the world to create these beautiful dolls. Knowing that other women, moms like myself, are participating and bringing in an income through their talents does my heart good! This is not some mass-marketed, slave labor doll. :)

Doula Brandi said...

subscribed via my google account. :) Thanks for offering another awesome give-away!

Gina said...

Sara is beautiful! I would love to gift her to my daughter. As the last born in our family, I would love to normalize birth for her and Sara would certainly help as she will not have the opportunity to see me bring other babies into this world nor will she see me nurse a baby. Also, as a childbirth educator, Sara would be great to have to pull into class. :-) Oh, and I subscribed. :-)

Holly Schriefer said...

Why do I want Sara? Let me count the ways! *lol* In all seriousness, though, I would love to have Sara for my own because of the beauty she represents. As an aspiring doula, her calmness and serenity inspire me to be the same and she would be a lovely tool for future clients. All that from a doll! :)

Holly Schriefer said...

Oh, yeah, and....
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Sarah said...

I would love to have Sara just to have and enjoy myself and for my children!

Jasmine Binkerd said...

My family would love to welcome Sara into our home. She would be well cared for and played with as well. I think these MamAmore Dolls are wonderful teaching tools used in "play" for children. My son would be excited to have one of these dolls. I think everyone should have one in there home. :)

Erin Marten-Snyder said...

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Esther Pelletier said...

I adore your dolls and would love to have Sara to save for my first child. I am also a Doula and would love to show her to all my friends, family and clients. I am about to start hosting a moms and tots monthly get together at my house for the women in my church and community and would love for the children to see a doll that shows what normal is!

Esther Pelletier said...

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Erin Marten-Snyder said...

I have loved your dolls for so long! I am a doula, student midwife and expecting my second baby in November. I would love to have Sara for all those reasons as well as to support your mission as the maker of Mamamor Dolls.

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