Happy Mother’s Day: “Birds and Bees Teas” Review and Giveaway

Amanda Tress Fit Pregnancy

Happy Mother’s Day to all of you wonderful mammas and mammas-to-be! I hope you are enjoying a wonderful day with your families reflecting on the blessings of life. My day started early with Baby Boy doing somersaults and reminding me of his presence from 3.30 a.m. to 6 a.m. Emma woke up at 6.30 a.m. and ran into my room yelling, “Mommy snuggle?” She crawled up into the bed and under the covers after throwing a small gift bag at me. Needless to say, I’m very tired today, but thankful 🙂

Yesterday we were able to do a quick family and fit pregnancy photo shoot with Erin from Lasting Snapshots Photography. Here is a quick preview (see photo on right). Emma was in a really good mood, so I think Erin got some cute photos of Emma and Brandon! I have a cold this weekend and was feeling swollen/puffy and large at 33.5 weeks, but I’m excited to see how the photos turned out!

Birds and Bees Teas

Birds and Bees Teas

Over the past several weeks, I have been taste-testing Birds and Bees Teas. I received the teas when I got back from my last vacation, and I am absolutely in love with the packaging and branding. Check out how cute these little tins are!

There is a different tea specific for each phase of pregnancy and postpartum recovery. The teas purposes range from boosting the immune system, to helping produce more milk after delivery.

I have taste-tested several of the teas so far, and they are all delicious. I am currently drinking the “Ripe and Ready” tea faithfully, and hoping it helps to speed up my delivery process! It has red raspberry leaves (which I took at the end of my pregnancy with Emma). I got a cold this week, so I will likely start drinking the family immunity tea again this week.

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Birds and Bees Teas has been kind enough to offer one of you a FREE tea of your choice!

Please do one or more of the following to enter the giveaway. Each action is optional, but the more entries you have, the more likely you are to win. Leave a comment on this blog post for each action item that you complete. I will pick a winner on  Monday, May 20, 2013.

 

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36 thoughts on “Happy Mother’s Day: “Birds and Bees Teas” Review and Giveaway

  1. HM says:

    Happy Mother’s Day to you! Hope you feel better soon! I would love to win some tea for the dreaded third trimester that is sneaking up on me… sounds divine!

  2. beafitfox says:

    I would like to win Birds & Bees Tea because I am a tea-aholic! I’m currently 26 weeks into my first pregnancy and completely stopped drinking tea because I didn’t know which decaf teas were still okay to drink. I miss it and would love to start drinking it again! -Amanda F.

  3. Kristie says:

    I would love to win Birds and Bees Teas to have something to drink during my coffee break at work! I haven’t cut coffee out completely, but would love to have the benefits of these teas instead 🙂 Also, I’m preparing for a natural childbirth and “ripe and ready” sounds like it would really help in the last couple of months!

  4. Meaghan Kuczarski says:

    I would love to try these teas because I do not drink coffee and will typically have tea in the mornings when I want something different than just plain water!

  5. Yesenia Smith says:

    Liked you on FB and also liked Birds and Bees Teas on FB. I would love to try it, since it’s my first pregnancy and Im a huge tea drinker. I quit drinking tea since I had found out, only because I wasn’t sure what’s safe and what isn’t. I miss tea in the mornings 😦

  6. Krista says:

    I would love to try their teas to see what I would like for my future pregnancies and beyond. I’m a huge tea drinker already. 🙂

  7. Rebecca Beschta says:

    Liked birds and the bees on Facebook
    Follow fit pregnancy and parenting on Pinterest
    Liked fit pregnancy and parenting on Facebook
    I’d love to win the teas to try and increase my milk supply

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