Baby Gizmo Giant Weekly Giveaway | Mamas & Papas Baby Snug

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Baby Gizmo Giant Weekly Giveaway | Mamas & Papas Baby Snug

It’s time for another Baby Gizmo Giant Weekly Giveaway! This week we are giving away a Mamas & Papas Baby Snug to two lucky winners! Yep, we are having TWO winners this time!

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The Mamas & Papas Baby Snug can be baby’s first floor support seat that adjusts as your baby grows. It start with a soft seat insert for your baby 3+ months and grows with you child when you remove the insert at baby gets bigger. It was ergonomically designed to provide back support and comfort for your baby and features an extra-wide base so your little one can’t tip it over. There is even a play tray to entertain baby while you take a break and the Baby Snug is easy to wipe clean and lightweight.

Baby Snug Giveaway



Two (2) Mamas & Papas Baby Snugs



This week’s giveaway STARTS now and ends at 11:59pm EST Sunday, May 1, 2016. US ONLY.

Rafflecopter is back for this one but we are making it SUPER EASY to enter! Only a couple of mandatory entries and the rest are optional entries. You can do them if you want or not.  But let us warn you – if you want the extra entries, 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.

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  1. Best advice… if your mom is around she will be the best resource you never could have imagined how smart she always has been ~ light bulb moments, right?!

  2. Love them, include them and stay calm when you are mad. They will be your joy, heart and will respect you forever.

  3. I’m a new mama so I’m learning as I go! My advice it to be patient and kind with yourself. As a new mom you second guess everything! I love this journey, my baby is 12 weeks old and I cannot wait to watch my baby grow and know that I’m doing what is best for her.

  4. The best advice is to go at your own pace. Parenting is not a competition. Just love your babies and all will be well!

    The Best advice for twins: Get the babies on the same schedule. Feed them at the same time! Accept help!

  5. My best advice is- you don’t have to know everything or do everything right. You will learn along the way, so don’t ever feel like youre a failure

  6. Accept help, sleep when baby sleeps, have freezer meals prepared ahead of baby’s arrival, and enjoy each moment because it goes by so fast.

  7. Be aware that the first 4 -8 weeks are going to be emotional and yes, hard. Don’t let your marriage go down the drain because you think you must be doing something wrong. You’re not.

  8. Don’t be afraid to leave the house! No one will judge you when the baby is crying – we all understand! Go have fun!

  9. Misery loves company, don’t let people bring you down.. the reality is they most likely are unhappy with thier own parenting skills and thats why they try to make you feel bad about yourself

  10. The best advice we received was to take time for yourself as a couple. If not out on a date, then eat dinner together just to make sure that you stay connected and strong though the crazy wonderful time with a newborn.

  11. My Favorite piece of advice was and always will be that “There is No Perfect Parent!” You can read every book there was ever made on parenting. But until you become a parent, you will see and learn that their is no one baby or person alike. You just have to be the best parent you can be. And don’t ever feel
    Guilty if things other babies are doing milestones that your child
    Of the same age is not. Love your child unconditionally and spend as much quality time with them as you can.
    You will both learn from each other. And it’s ok to cry with them when you are tired and exhausted. It’s called being a parent. It comes with tons of emotions no one ever tells you about. And my number one best piece of advice would be “If someone offers to help do anything. TAKE THEM UP ON THEIR OFFER. It DOES NOT make
    You look like a bad parent or
    That you can’t handle things. They want to help so you can rest and bond with your baby. Please please take all the help that is offered. You will be so grateful you did. And another one for piece of advice for new moms is to get out of the house and join a fun new moms group.
    It’s truly nice to get out and have adult time with your child.

  12. Best advice dont lose who you are after having kids. Take time for yourself even if its just 5 minutes. Time flies enjoy every second of it .

  13. My best advice is to not stress over being perfect. None of us are perfect and our children still lovr us more than anything else in the world.

  14. My best advice is to let other people help take care of the baby! It’s amazing what a shower and a short nap can do. You are a better parent when you take care of yourself first.

  15. Best ad.I got was, “you got this!” Anytime I felt overwhelmed or just thought that I couldn’t, the little reminder came to mind and 4 kids later, I’m a happy momma.

  16. My biggest piece of advice is to relax. No one knows everything, and no one is perfect. Just do your best every day, and be there for each other!

  17. My advice is to ask for help. Don’t be shy about asking mom or dad or sister for some help or even a friend. U need a break, have someone watch the baby for a couple of hrs while u give yourself some me time. It is very overwhelming, need to take care of yourself.

  18. The best advice I have is to be open to help!! So many people are willing so take it!! Also, the small home chores can wait 🙂 Cherish the snuggles because the grow SO fast!!

  19. Don’t be so scared of your baby crying. I remember in the beginning at about a month and a half, I cried when I could not get my son to settle down after 3-5 minutes of crying. He was tired and was fighting sleep… I cried multiple times that night because I felt like a failure. But very soon you get used to the crying lol.

  20. Best advice I ever got was, you need to learn to trust yourself as a parent. Sometimes you know what you’re doing (even if you don’t feel like you do).

  21. My best advice for a new parent is to sleep as much as you can before hand. I heard that a lot before I had my baby but I didn’t believe them. I should have listened!


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