GIVEAWAY: Win a New Mum & Newborn Prize Bundle worth over £500!

To celebrate all things bump and baby, I’ve got a little giveaway to announce today! I’ve been getting so excited about our second baby coming along, can you believe it’s only 15 weeks away? I’ve been scouring the youtube and blogs for the newest, best baby products on the market for our little one. I can’t believe how many lovely new things have come out in the short time since Violet was born! Of course, we’ll be using lots of hand-me-downs, but I’m sure I’ll pick up a few new bits for the little one too. We just have to move house and then baby preparation will be well underway! At least as she’s a second baby I’m feeling a lot more relaxed about preparing this time!

Anyway, getting ready for a new baby can be quite a daunting process – I definitely felt that with Violet! There is so much to think about! So, I wanted to give a new parent the chance to win a bundle of goodies to ease things slightly – there are some lovely treats in here, hopefully to take the edge of your baby prep, if you are my lucky winner!

You could win:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

GOOD LUCK!

Terms & Conditions

Giveaway ends 12/05/18 at 23:59.
One winner will be picked to win all prizes. This will be drawn via Rafflecopter at random.
All entries will be verified and the entrant disqualified if they have completed an entry incorrectly.
The prize will be dispatched to a UK address only, and items will arrive individually. Designs and colours may vary from picture. The winner will be notified by email and has 28 days to respond with an address. Their address will be passed on to each brand supplying a prize.
In the eventuality the original prize cannot be supplied a suitable alternative of equivalent value will be provided.
Open to UK residents aged 18 or over, excluding employees of the promoter, the sponsor, their families and anyone else professionally connected with this promotion.
One entry per household, per day.
This prize draw is governed by English law and the courts of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute arising in connection with it.

Author: Lyndsay Fizzypeaches

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