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Win and celebrate the new lockdown easing

Win and celebrate the new lockdown easing

To celebrate the fantastic news that a little more lockdown restrictions lifted on Monday just gone, I teamed up with some fabulous brands to treat one lucky reader. The competition is to win a bundle of goodies worth over £160 to help spruce up your home, ready to welcome in that special household. I love the goodies in this giveaway and I am sure you will too; what better way to celebrate the new lockdown easing? VIEW the POST

Awesome Summer giveaway bundle for all of the family to enjoy

Awesome Summer giveaway bundle for all of the family to enjoy

As a family that enjoy our outdoor adventures, come rain or shine, we couldn't resist this opportunity to giveaway an awesome Summer family bundle of goodies. The Summer giveaway bundle is the perfect collection of goodies to create your own garden festival or just enjoy some family fun in the garden. VIEW the POST

Win a £75 Argos voucher #ChadValley #NationalUnicornDay

What better way to celebrate National Unicorn Day (Monday 9 April) than running a competition? I am giving one of my lucky readers the chance to win an Argos voucher worth £75.  All you have to do is fill in the entry form below. You can read my latest Chad Valley toy review, the post office playset, which is a firm favourite for imaginative play. 

Win a £75 Argos voucher #ChadValley #GetitToday

Win a £75 Argos voucher #ChadValley #GetitToday

Because I am part of the Chad Valley Play Panel, they are giving one of my lucky readers an Argos voucher worth £75.  All you have to do is fill in the entry form below. You can read my recent Chad Valley toy review, the interactive world map that Noah and Isla love.  VIEW the POST

Win a range of breastfeeding goodies from Lansinoh worth £50

Win a range of breastfeeding goodies from Lansinoh worth £50

Lansinoh are working with me to give away some fabulous breastfeeding products to one of my lucky readers.  Breastfeeding reminds me of long nights and days to be honest, where little Noah and Isla would feed. I had a lot of trouble feeding Noah and it only lasted a couple of weeks. Whereas with Isla I didn't want to stop breastfeeding, but I had to for work reasons. Two contrasting scenarios: I wish I had pushed a little more with Noah and that I could have breastfed for longer. That bond with baby is immeasurable. VIEW the POST

Win a baby sleeping bag and raise awareness about infant colic

Infacol recently conducted world research and found that whilst infant colic effects 1 in 5 babies, only 1 in 3 new mums admit that they know what it is and how to treat it. I am one of those Mums, I am 100% sure that Isla had this as a baby. It really upsets me thinking back and that I didn’t understand what was up with her, wishing her to just go to sleep.