Competitions / 20 March, 2023 / My Baba

WIN! A Dreami Moses Basket And Stand From Shnuggle – TWO Up For Grabs!

This week we’re giving away a Dreami Moses Basket and Stand from Shnuggle.

WIN! Shnuggle Dreami Moses Basket

The Shnuggle Dreami Moses Basket is a modern and stylish take on the traditional Moses basket, which is believed to originate from the biblical story of Moses left along the River Nile in a basket made of wicker.

Unlike traditional wood or wicker sleepers, Dreami uses whisper-quiet materials meaning there is less disturbance to your baby during night feeds and changing, and also if they wriggle in their sleep.

Dreami works to improve airflow. The liner is made from a 100% breathable 3D mesh fabric which is cotton-facing and soft against baby’s skin, with a hypoallergenic inner core to wick away moisture, offering complete comfort. In addition, the base is ventilated for a safer and sounder sleep.

To be in with a chance of winning, please enter using our clever widget below. Good luck!

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Discover Zara Timelesz Kids Summer Collection, Where Style Meets Comfort For The Little Ones

This season’s collection features playful prints, vibrant colours, and lightweight fabrics perfect for warm-weather adventures. From breezy dresses and shorts to trendy tops and swimwear, each piece is designed to keep kids cool and fashionable all summer long. Crafted with care and attention to detail, Zara Timelesz ensures that your child can enjoy both comfort and style. Embrace the sunny days ahead with the Zara Timelesz Kids Summer Collection, and let your kids shine in effortlessly chic outfits.

 

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