Last year we were sent a yoomi bottle to try with Big Brother. We got on really well and couldn’t wait to use it with Little Sis too. I have to be honest and say I didn’t use it for the first couple of weeks. I was in a total newborn haze and struggling with the constant feeding and a demanding toddler too. However, after a couple of weeks a routine emerged and I found it easy to introduce the yoomi bottle.
As we had previously used it we found it simple to use. Little Sis, unlike her older brother, likes her milk warm so the yoomi has been perfect for ensuring she has her milk just they way she likes it when we’re out and about. We absolutely love our yoomi and find people always comment on it when they see us using it.
yoomi was created by Farah and Jim, a mum and dad whose experiences of bottle warming (stumbling around a kitchen in the early hours and begging waiters for hot water when out and about) inspired them to look for a better solution. The combination of Farah’s inspiration and Jim’s engineering skills, together with expert advice and help from friends and family, has created yoomi, the bottle that warms your baby’s feed in just 60 seconds. Feeding on-the-go, in the middle of the night or getting feed to perfect breast milk temperature just became a great deal easier.
If you would like to try it out for yourself yoomi have kindly given me one 8oz yoomi bottle and warmer to giveaway to one reader of the gingerbread house. The winner can choose a limited edition coloured collar from red, raspberry, turquoise or apple green.
To enter simply answer the question – Yoomi was recently listed at one of the top 15 inventions of the decade! Who gave yoomi this title? If you need a hint you can find the answer here.
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The Rules: the competition closes at midnight on April 21st and is open to UK residents only. The winner will be selected at random and contacted using the email address or twitter name supplied. If the winner does not reply within 3 days the competition will be redrawn. Good luck! The winners’ name will be announced on this blog post.
***** The giveaway is now closed and the winner is Samantha Ripley *****