SURPRISE Live Facebook Chat Giveaway – Ju Ju Be Be Classy

Surprise Giveaway

Giveaway is Closed!

Congrats to our winner – Erin Bradford

Surprise! Who doesn’t like surprise giveaways, right?! Well, today we did a surprise Stroller Unboxing LIVE Facebook Chat and just for fun we threw in a fantastic Ju-Ju-Be Be Classy in the Queen of the Nile print as a giveaway prize. You’re welcome. 😉

I just figured if I was going to tease you with showing you these fabulous diaper bags in the stroller baskets all the time, it was only right to give one of them every once in a while. Well, today is the day!

One lucky winner will receive the Ju-Ju-Be Be Classy in the Queen of the Nile print, and because this bag is kind of a big deal, I’m leaving the giveaway open until this Sunday night at 11:59pm. We’ll call it a Baby Gizmo Giant Weekly Giveaway mixed with a Live Chat! M’kay?

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HOW TO ENTER:

This giveaway STARTS now and ends at 11:59pm EST Sunday, July 31, 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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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.

86 COMMENTS

  1. My best advice is to listen to your baby and do what’s best for your family. We all have different views and trying to please others will only make your mama job harder! You will never make everyone happy. You do you.

  2. The best mom advice I have is that when its your kid, it’s totally different & somehow okay. This is totally true for me. I never thought I would be okay with snotty noses and sticky fingers!

  3. Nap when baby naps…great advice, but I rarely was able to take advantage of this with any of my three kids. Wish I had!

  4. I cant count how many people gave me awesome advice when I was pregnant with my daughter but the best one was to not be hard on myself. It’s so easy to start to doubt yourself and beat yourself up for the things you wish you did or didn’t do.

  5. Being a mom takes a lot of work and adjustment especially if you’re a new mom. So my best “mom advice” is to realize that your baby is not gonna be baby forever. Every cry, every tantrums, every sleepless night will be something that you’ll missed when they grow up and get out of your house. Enjoy your time with your baby while it last 🙂

  6. My favorite piece of advice is to take all the help you can get. Sometimes it’s hard for me to let go but it’s good for me nd good for the kids.

  7. Love how you cover everything. So helpful to mommas everywhere.

    Every baby is different so don’t compare yours to other. You can try to keep on a schedule, and remember don’t sweat the little things. A clutterred house isn’t a big deal.

  8. Do not ever judge another mom. You will be judged by someone at some point in time. But just shrug it off. Some people don’t know any better and don’t care about how you might take their “advice” as a new mom.

  9. I don’t know what the best mom advice is. My baby is due in Sept, so can I get back to you then and still have this count?

  10. The best advice would be to hold your baby as much as possible. Don’t worry about spoiling them. They need to be secure and you need to enjoy every moment.

  11. The best advice I’ve received is to trust your instincts. Even if you’re dealing with an expert or professional (like a doctor), no one knows your child better than you and if you think something is wrong, don’t ignore that.

  12. Definitely need a diaper bag. Boy #3 will be here in a month and my last baby was 5 years ago so I’m starting from scratch!0

  13. When you feel like your aren’t succeeding as a parent, remember that you were given your child and they need you.

  14. If you get overwhelmed, it’s ok to take a break to calm down. It’s helped me a lot to really consider why my kids are behaving a certain way.

  15. Would absolutely love it since I have 2 kids under 2 and my old diaper bag is beat up and torn. I love Jujube designs and diaper bags

  16. I have 2 kids under 2 and my old diaper bag is beat up and torn and I love Jujube diaper bags so could use one

  17. Best advice I’ve heard, given to me, the DAD, is to remember my wife is more than just the mother of our children. She was my first everything, she was first my spouse. Continue to woo her, date her, help her, calm her.

  18. My favorite advice is not to listen to everyone’s advice. I made the mistake with my first and learned you need to make your own decisions for your baby.

  19. Enjoy every moment the good the bad and the ugly because time will fly by and they will
    Be adults before you know it

  20. The best advice is that all babes are different and everyone has something to say about everything… Follow your heart and learn your babes cues not the opinions of others!!!

  21. Don’t be so hard on yourself. If you worry about being a good mom, you already are. And hold on to every moment as much as you can. This too shall pass, and you’ll surely miss it.

  22. Worse advice I heard when my guy was born: Sleep when the baby sleeps! As a new mom, I didn’t feel like my guy ever slept!!

    Best advice I can give: Get out as early as you can when you have a baby. It helps fight off the baby blues.

  23. This would be amazing! I’ve been looking at the JuJu Bes but haven’t saved enough $ just yet. Thank you for the opportunity!!! <3

  24. Best advise is to find a group of supportive positive moms. I don’t know where I would be without my mommy tribe!

  25. The best advice I’ve ever given or received is “Do it your way” – This is your child! Take all of the information in with a grain of salt and make the best decision for you and your family.

  26. Make sure you are looking after your needs first. If you are calm and rested, you are better equipped to nuture your children

  27. My favorite mom advice is that we are not perfect. As long as we love and care for our children and try our best everything will be just fine.

  28. Best piece of advice about kids? Relax. That was the best piece of advice I got from a mom of 10 kids and I was on my first, I was freaking out about every little thing and killing myself in the process and that was her parenting advice to me.

  29. My favorite piece of advice I was given was to do what you thought was best for your children. Other moms may have advise and say what is best or what you should be doing, but it all depends on you. You are their mom.

  30. Best advice is: Every baby is different, so don’t expect your second or third to be like the one before. this helped me when I was thrown for a loop with my second baby.

  31. Best advice is to remember that everyone does things differently and that’s okay. Just do what you think is best.

  32. My favorite piece of “mom” advice is to just do what your instincts tell you. It’s your child and you will know what’s best for them. Ignore other people and go with your gut.

  33. Best mom advice ever was when having a boy it’s all about the ‘Angle of the Dangle’…make sure to point that thing down in the diaper or they can still pee right out of there LOL.

  34. Best piece of mom advice I’ve ever heard:
    “Don’t worry. Anything that’s really awful with your baby will change in two weeks. Also anything really great will also change in two weeks.”

  35. The best advice I’ve heard is that all babies are different. So, what works for one mom or baby may not work for another. And take all advice with a grain of salt.

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