Playtex Event Tomorrow & $300 Giveaway

by Jessica Shyba on May 14, 2011

in Baby Products,Breastfeeding,Giveaways,Parenting,Reviews

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Playtex Drop-ins were the first bottles that we could get Jack to take as an infant that allowed him to transfer back to breast seamlessly. When I was asked to partner with them for a campaign that promotes breastfeeding, I was all for it. I got to throw a Playtex party for some new mothers in my life and talk about all things parenting- I love that this is my “job”. Doesn’t get any better!

Well, maybe. I also get to give one of you a $300 Playtex prize pack!

Tomorrow:

Join PlaytexBaby at your local Babies “R” Us for more information on the Playtex® Drop-Ins® Bottle System:

Playtex is the #1 pediatrician recommended brand. Join Playtex Baby at your local Babies “R” Us store on May 14 for a “Baby Bottle Basics” event. Attendees will take part in live product demonstrations and learn about key features of The Playtex® Drop-Ins® Bottles System, which mimics breast-feeding and helps reduce gas, colic and spit up. Visit http://www.babiesrus.com/ to find a location near you.

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Giveaway!


PlaytexBaby
wants to make sure that you’re prepared for the arrival of your little one. They’re giving away a bundle of amazing products for the new mom or mom-to -be.

One winner will receive a Playtex® Baby prize pack featuring:
Playtex® Drop-Ins® Premium Nurser Gift Set
Playtex® Double Electric Breast Pump
Playtex® Drop-Ins® Breast Milk Storage Kit
Heading Home With Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality
$175 gift card to a top baby product retailer (ARV: $300.00 USD).

To enter, simply leave me one comment telling me your favorite part of parenthood. One entry per person. Contest ends Monday night, May 16th at midnight! Good luck!

UPDATE! Winner Chosen

Thank you for all of your beautiful parenting stories. There’s nothing better than the love for your child, is there?

Random.org chose #13, Kirstin! Congratulations!


*Giveaway Disclaimer: “Playtex is paying me and providing the prize(s) and for this promotion at no cost to me. This promotion is not being administered or sponsored in any way by Playtex or its affiliates, but solely by Momma’s Gone City. Any questions or comments regarding this promotion must be sent to me at Momma’s Gone City and not to Playtex.

{ 17 comments… read them below or add one }

Elizabeth Santos May 14, 2011 at 1:44 am

The best part of Parenthood is my son at 2 yrs old. Every morning he comes into my room after he wakes up, Gives me a kiss on the cheek and says “Mommy I love you SOOOOO MUCH!”

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Abra May 14, 2011 at 2:01 am

Best thing about parenthood? That’s tough to put into a sentence or two. But I would have to say seeing beauty in the smallest of things through the eyes of a child. Like appreciating the leaves or the sound of an airplane overhead.

Parenthood is truly amazing!

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Kelli Ross May 14, 2011 at 2:13 am

Best thing about parenthood? Learning that love has no ends.

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Kirstin May 14, 2011 at 2:14 am

Right now, at T-3 weeks (or so) and counting, I’m at the exciting and nerve-wracking ALMOST a parent stage… Right now what I’m loving is all the mini flips and kicks baby girl is performing, letting me know she’ll be quite the active one when we finally meet face-to-face! :)

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Sara May 14, 2011 at 2:25 am

The best part is watching my 2 year old daughter grow and become her own little person.

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Caley May 14, 2011 at 3:40 am

Definitely the big smiles I get first thing in the morning… wakes me right up and makes me ok with the lack of sleep : )

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Jan Messali May 14, 2011 at 3:57 am

Best thing about parenthood is watching their curiosity and delight at learning new things.
janmessali (at) gmail.com

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Amber S May 14, 2011 at 4:11 am

I love the funny things my daughter says and does. Today she walked up to a plant and shook it’s hand (leaves) lol. I never thought I would get such joy out of the little things but they really make everyday unique and special.

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Sarah D. May 14, 2011 at 4:32 am

The best part of parenthood is when your child says “i love you!”
sarah at realtorsd.com

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Mimi K May 14, 2011 at 11:07 pm

The best part of parenthood is watching your child grow into the person God created him/her to be!:)

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The Knapps May 15, 2011 at 4:33 pm

I’m still pregnant with my first, but right now I’m just enjoying knowing that we’ve created someone that we get to watch grow up into a wonderful individual :)

danielleaknapp at gmail dot com

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Elizabeth Mercer May 16, 2011 at 11:28 am

Well my favorite part of parenthood is snuggling with my 2 month old. boy. I have three girls and thought we were finished having children. But to my pleasant surprise I got pregnant again. This time I gave birth to a ten pound baby boy. We have been waiting a long time to have a boy. I love everything about parenthood.

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Robin H. May 16, 2011 at 1:46 pm

The best thing about parenthood is knowing that if I am having a bad day I can look to my 2 boys to make me smile and forget about all my worries. They are all that really matter!

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Kelly E May 16, 2011 at 1:48 pm

My favorite part of parenthood is watching my sons reach milestones, and watching them grow. I can’t get enough of the smiles, hugs and kisses either! :)

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Meg May 16, 2011 at 2:59 pm

The best thing about parenthood is all the love I have for my daughter. I really didn’t understand the depth of love and emotion I was capable of until the day she was borne.

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Walkingborder (Karen) May 16, 2011 at 5:16 pm

The best thing about parenthood: My boys are to the point, that I never know what they will say next. Sometimes the results are mortifying, but usually, they are freakin’ hysterical. The whole kid’s say the darnedest things. Only these are my kids and I get to witness it first hand.

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