N,N-Dimethylhydrazones of propenal- and 2-methylpropenal and their derivatives and homologues (vinylogous aza-enamines) were allowed to react with N,N-dimethylformiminium chloride in moisture-free dimethylformamide to yield singly, doubly, and even triply aminomethylated products. They can be easily separated and characterized as crystalline hydrochlorides. The reaction takes place at the ω-position of the π-system. This is a consequence of the conjugative interaction of the electron-donating aminohydrazone group with the double bond system in analogy to the enamines. The formation of dialkylhydrazones from unsaturated aldehydes thus causes the umpolung of the formerly electrophilic d³-building blocks into a nucleophile. Depending on the reaction conditions and confirmed by crystal structures and 2D NMR experiments, control can be exerted over the degree of substitution: Up to trisubstituted products were obtained for the 2-methylpropenal derivative. The hydrochlorides can be easily deprotonated to yield the free aminohydrazone bases. The back-conversion of the aminohydrazones into the corresponding amino aldehydes is possible under acidic conditions.