Baby Gizmo 12 Days of Christmas 2013 Giveaway – Day 11

Bumbleride Giveaway

Congrats to our winners –

Leah Q. – Entry #3313 – Bumbleride Flite AND Diaper Bag

Diana C. – Entry #5116 – Bumbleride Diaper Bag

Nicole U. – Entry #5824 – Bumbleride Diaper Bag

Rebecca L. – Entry #4249 – Bumbleride Diaper Bag

Alina M. – Entry #795 – Bumbleride Diaper Bag

Leslie A. – Entry #2060 – Bumbleride Diaper Bag

On the 11th day of Christmas, Baby Gizmo gave to me…

(Psst…SIX winners today!)

Bumbleride Flite Stroller AND Bumbleride Diaper Bag

It’s all about Bumbleride today! Winner #1 will receive the fabulous, lightweight Flite stroller with one of the new Bumbleride Diaper Bags.

The Flite is Bumbleride’s great lightweight, umbrella-fold stroller that is great for travel and is multi-talented with its car seat compatibility. It has a large seat, high weight limit capacity and great push. To find out more about the Bumbleride Flite, watch our in-depth video review below. (Yep, you have to watch it to know what you could win. Go ahead and watch. We’ll wait.)

One lucky person will win the Bumbleride Flite  and diaper bag in the color of their choice.

Bumbleride Diaper Bag (5 winners!)

Bumbleride has recently debuted a new diaper bag to its already popular collection of baby gear and winner #2-6 are getting one! That’s right, we have FIVE more diaper bags up for grabs! Keeping up with their on-the-go parent audience, Bumbleride designed a sporty and practical messenger bag to go along for the ride. The Bumbleride Diaper Bag comes in 7 Bumbleride colors (to match their strollers, of course!) and is stocked with pockets to keep everything organized.

To get an up close and personal look at this diaper bag to see what you could win, take a peek at our quick Baby Gizmo Video below.

FIVE lucky people will win the diaper bag in the color of their choice.

How to Enter

What is up for grabs:

Winner #1: Bumbleride Flite AND Bumbleride Diaper Bag

Winner #2 -6: Bumbleride Diaper Bags


How to Enter:

Rafflecopter is back for this one but remember that Facebook has changed the game! Now, we can use Facebook “likes” as an entry method. So, you know what?!? It is going to be MANDATORY to “like” the giveaway post on Facebook to enter. (NOTE: You always have the option to just leave a comment on the blog for that entry and do nothing else. This is for those who don’t do Facebook.)

Yep, our giveaway celebration = our rules! (The Facebook giveaway post you need to “LIKE” will be pinned to the top of our wall today (Sunday)! Make sure you do this because we check. If you are chosen the winner and you didn’t “like” it on Facebook – you are not the winner.)

Here’s the thing: A Facebook “like” AND a blog comment are the only mandatory entries! Once you do those two entry methods, it will open up all the other “optional” entry methods. Baby Gizmo friends don’t just stick with “mandatory” though, right? We are overachievers! So, there are additional (optional) entries you can get.  But let us warn you – make sure you actually do the entries! If you click on “leave a blog comment” on the Rafflecopter widget – make sure you actually leave a blog comment. We check! If you don’t do the actual entry – it doesn’t count! You won’t win. We’ll both be sad.

* This Day #11 Giveaway STARTS at 12:01 EST and ends at 12:01am EST on Thursday, December 12, 2013. (US residents only on this one, folks!)

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Baby Gizmo founder Hollie Schultz is the proud mom of three adorable kids. This certified CPS (Child Passenger Safety) Tech and baby gear expert is the host of the Baby Gizmo video reviews giving moms the inside look at baby products before they purchase them. Hollie is also the co-author of The Baby Gizmo Buying Guide. A former resident of Los Angeles, she and her family now live in North Carolina where she is having a blast designing and decorating her new home.

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Vivian Irizarry

Tossing the present aside and playing with the wrapping paper instead.

Kelly W

My little loves the packaging more than the present! Give her a cardboard box and she is happy!


Love bumbleride!

Sarah P

Thanks for the chance to win!

Maggie Balboa

My son asked for a kitten for Christmas… and we gave him a remote control cat. When he opened it he just looked at it went to the bathroom and balled his eyes out sitting on the floor. He didnt specify a REAL one. lol

Michelle G.

Luckily, I haven’t witnessed any child especially mine be rude or say anything ungrateful when opening gifts and it’s a duplicate or something they may not want. They just smile and say thank you.


The child was me and my dad gave me a Tasmanian devil and I told him I didn’t want that I just wanted barbies!

brianna byman

I haven’t had any embarrassing moments yet. Thankfully!


my kids love all their toys they ever get!

Nike Marie Kirby

We own a bumbleride indie and LOVE it. I can’t speak highly enough about it. I love that this can be turned into a travel system!


Worst reaction was to simply ignore it.

dave bracha

My son was so excited he didnt know what to do with himself. He had the biggest smile on and wanted to grab the toy and hug it

Kelly c

I have seen adults turn up their noses, make faces, and say “gee thanks”

Kathy currie

Our oldest daughter opened something she didn’t like, simply put the paper back on the box and handed the gift to her sister as a trade, silly girl! Thanks for all the great giveaways!!

Gail Kelly

At one Christmas I had been sick and Beanie Babies were just coming out. My husband thought it would be awesome to buy our girls Beanie Babies. That was all they got-lots and lots of Beanie Babies. It got to the point where they didn’t want to open the rest of their gifts because they figured they would be more Beanie Babies. I feel so bad for them still and remember their disappointment. My husband thought the beanie babies would appreciate in value and they would pay for the girls college educations-they didn’t.