Nestle Mom & Me Photo Contest

  • Family
  • Friday, 23 Aug 2013

New mums over the moon with their wins

AMONG hundreds of photo submissions, Nor Hafizah Binti Abdul Wahab and Noor Hassiemah Binti Mohd Halim’s photos capturing their pregnancy experiences came out tops.

The grand prize winners of the Nestle Mom&Me Your First Moments photo contest each received a professional photography shoot for their family, while 16 runner-ups enjoyed a gift package courtesy of Nestlé Mom & Me maternal milk.

“This is the first time I have entered a contest. The picture meant a lot to me.

Motherhood is such an amazing journey and the contest was the perfect opportunity to share it with more people. I am thrilled I managed to catch just a moment of it on camera,” said Nor Hafizah.

For Noor Hassiemah, it all started when she saw the contest announcement in the newspaper.

“My pregnancy has been a truly beautiful experience and I am really happy the judges saw what I was trying to convey.”

In conjunction with Mother’s Day, Nestlé launched the month-long Nestlé Mpm &Me maternal milk My First Mother’s Day Facebook contest, which saw contestants share in 30 words or less why they deserve to be pampered.

Grand Prize winners Sujitra Vasu and Siti Jajar Abdullah walked away with a three-day, two-night getaway each to Pangkor Laut Resort for two persons worth RM3,000.

“Being pregnant is such a privilege and I am amazed at how it makes me feel inside. I just had to share this truly wonderful experience with everyone,” said first time mother Sujitra.

To read all contest entries, please visit the Nestlé Mom & Me Facebook fan page on Facebook.

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