Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Giveaway: Baby Bundle

"What Do I Do While You're Pregnant?" That's the question Kenny Bodanis of MenGetPregnantToo.com, one of Canada's top parenting blogs, asked when his wife fell pregnant with their eldest. The book is an honest, engaging - and entertaining! - look at what it means to be a dad-to-be in the 21st century.

I recently won a second copy of the book so figured I'd forward the love and host my own giveaway. It couldn't hurt to throw in a few extras, I thought. So here is what is actually up for grabs:


Contents - Paperback copy of 'What Do I Do While You're Pregnant?', crochet bookmark, 2x tubs of Mum Kind soothing ginger and chamomile lozenges, a little tub of cocoa butter, a bar of Johnson's baby soap, a white baby hat with stars from George at Asda, a funky Marimekko newborn long sleeved vest, two non-branded short sleeved vests (0-3 months), baby coat hangers, and an adorable little elephant comfort blanket. In short, a little something for everyone! (Mum, Dad, and Baby at any rate...)

You can get up to four entries by filling out the Gleam widget below:

This giveaway has now ended.

149 comments:

  1. Mrs. Doubtfire! (aka Daniel Hillard in Mrs. Doubtfire)

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    1. I love Mrs Doubtfire, it's one of my all time fave films :)

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  2. hahhahahha !!! nice what blog u have, wonderful hope you doing well. Virginia Media and Research .

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  3. Its got to be Carlisle Cullen in the Twilight novels. X

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    1. Lol he's a real person, not a fictional dad! :-D

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  5. Bryan from Taken. He has been to quite a bit of trouble for his daughter!

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  6. Ross in Friends! He is sooooo funny! xx

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  7. Mr Bennet from Pride & Prejudice

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    1. I love Mr Bennet, he's like the ultimate long suffering spouse! :)

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  8. George Banks in Father of the Bride

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  9. Mrs. Doubtfire gotta have those giggles.

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  10. Phillip Banks, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

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  11. Karl Kennedy from Neighbours :)

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  12. Lord Ned Stark from Game Of Thrones x

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  13. Lord Ned Stark from Game Of Thrones x

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  14. daddy pig, i find him very funny, more than the kids i think lol

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  15. Jim's father in american pie lol

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  16. Malcolm off of Malcolm in the Middle

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  17. Arnold Schwarzenegger in Kindergarten Cop

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    1. I just watched this again the other day and I totally agree! :)

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  18. Harry Stamper in Armageddon

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  19. Carlisle Cullen

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  20. Has to be Phil Dunphy from Modern Family, he's hilarious!!

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  21. Mrs Doubtfire

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  22. Great comp and review thanks for linking to the Binkylinky

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  23. hmmm fav fictional Dad that is tricky. I do like King Thistle from Ben and Holly Little Kingdom!

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  24. Great competition. Thanks for linking up to the #BinkyLinky

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  25. Fred Flintstone- The Flintstones

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  26. I love the dad on topsy and tim haha

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  27. Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird because the most striking thing about him as a father is the huge respect with which he treated his children. He embodied the morality he preached to his kids when defending Tom Robinson in the courtroom. His excellent parenting skills are evidenced in the respect his children have for him - he's their hero.

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  28. Fred Flintstone!

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  29. Homer Simpson for me lol

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  30. Nigel Thornberry. Very 90's I know but he seemed so loving and hilarious, and what little girl wouldn't want a life of adventures! xx

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  31. Mrs Doubtfire @jaizduck

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  32. I love Peppa pig's dad! (@PeanutHog)

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  33. Mr Bennett from Pride and Prejudice :-)

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  34. Papa Smurf . :) Otilia Neagu

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  35. Homer Simpson - it would never be boring!

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  36. Mr Bennet in Pride and Prejudice, especially as he wanted his daughters to marry for love not money!

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  37. The Dad in American Pie. Jim's dad I think!

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  38. Ben Harper from My Family haha, I love that programme!

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  40. Has to be.......
    "NO....I AM YOUR FATHER!"
    Darth Vader! He's the baddy daddy! lol

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  41. The bulldog in the original Tom and Jerry cartoons,I can't remember his name I think it may be Buster and the little pup is Spike.He is so loving and so protective not forgetting hilarious x

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  42. The King in Sofia the first, he's kind, understanding and always so nice and loving

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  43. Atticus Finch

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  44. William Smith in Danny the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl

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  45. I grew up watching John Walton from the Waltons. Such a lovely series and a gentle man and loving father. Definitely my favourite.

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  46. I know its not conventional but as a huge SciFi geek I would say....... Darth Vader! Quite the story!!

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  47. BRYAN MILLS (Liam Neeson) From Taken

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  48. Darth Vader!! ������

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  49. Favourite fictional dad is a dead heat between Homer and Peter Griffin

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  50. Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies
    from samantha price

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  51. Charles Ingalls from Little House on the Prairie

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  52. The dad in little house on the Prairie :)

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  53. The dad from Little house on the Prairie :)

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  54. Phil Dumphey from modern family

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  55. cringy but atm Mick Carter from Eastenders, he will do anything to protect his family

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  56. Mick Carter from Eastenders, he's a geezer!!! :)

    Kirsty Fox

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  57. My favourite has to be daddy day care he is so good at looking after so many children xx

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  58. Homer Simpson is pretty good with his kids - most of the time :-) x

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