9/24/2015

Comotomo Baby Bottle & Teether - Competition


Introducing the world-renowned Comotomo Baby Bottle and Teether range and the opportunity for one lucky reader to win their own! 






















Comotomo are launching their innovative and five star rated baby bottle and teether range to UK parents for the first time. Sales have soared across the States for the specialist baby bottle which mimics breastfeeding unlike any other, and now the baby products that American parents swear by are available to purchase in Britain.


The revolutionary Comotomo baby bottle is designed to provide the closest thing to breastfeeding in a bottle. The super 3-inch wide mound and naturally shaped teat allows babies to latch on seamlessly and prevents ‘nipple confusion’ when transitioning between breast and bottle feeding. The container features (100% hygienic) medical-grade silicone which has a soft and skin-like touch and is gently squeezy to hold. The unique design also features two essential antic-colic vents to completely eliminate unnecessary air intake allowing peace of mind during feeding. The ‘mummy inspired and baby approved’ Comotomo bottle range is dishwasher, microwave, boiling water and sterilizer safe and is set to become a must-have for new parents across the UK. RRP £14.99 bottle, available from Amazon UK


The Comotomo Teether is soon to become your teething babies’ best friend. The soft, chewy and flexible teether provides the perfect shape and texture to soothe and ease sore gums. The brightly coloured squeezy ring design is easy for little hands to hold and the four prongs offer multiple chew points which are long enough to reach the back molars but short enough not to choke on. Once again the material is 100% medical-grade soft silicone which naturally prevents the build up of bacteria, is completely non-toxic and free from BPA, PVC and Phthalates. Simply throw in it boiling water or the dishwasher to sterilise and it’s good to go! RRP £7.50, available from Amazon UK.

How would you like to win all you can see in this post? Well here's your chance! The lucky winner will take home the two different sized bottles and one teether in the colours of their choice. To enter all you need to do is use the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck and don't forget to check out all my other competitions!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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1. The prize is two bottles and one teether and there will be 1 winner.
2. Prize sent directly from PR .
3. Competition ends 25/10/15
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.

84 comments:

  1. Trust your instincts - you will be surprised at how well you know your own baby/child! Remember: Mothers Instinct...all species...timeless primal wisdom.

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  2. do it your way, not what everyone else tell you to do

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  3. Enjoy it! Before you know it you'll be dispensing pearls of wisdom on how they can raise their own children. ;)

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  4. love with all your heart and have fun

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  5. Trust your instincts and take advice with a pinch of salt

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  6. trust your instincts and enjoy the small moments

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  7. don't make expectations and take each day as it comes

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  8. listen to advice you do mot have to take it but listen

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  9. Iisten to all the advice, you never know some could be invaluable. but in the end mother knows best

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  10. NEVER compare your child to others x

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  11. Keep calm and never shout at your children.

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  12. it will fly buy so make the most of it

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  13. Remember everything is a a stage and will pass :)

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  14. Trust your instincts, you know your own child the best and dont listen to everyones advice just nod and smile then do your own thing :)

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  15. Always trust your gut - even Dr's make mistakes!

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  16. Love them and make sure you tell them you love them ad much as possible!

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  17. Every child is unique so don't compare your child to other children.

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  18. Give your time and love unconditionally and listen - truly listen - to what your children are saying to you.

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  19. Trust your own instincts & never allow others to make you feel guilty about your choices.

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  20. Trust your instincts always.

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  21. ask family and friends for help

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  22. The best thing to do with a crying baby is pick them up. I had relatives telling me to let my baby cry, but that just stressed me out. I have great sleepers now & happy mum & babies

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  23. Have plenty of patience - leanne w

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  24. Don't compare your baby with other one's, they're unique and do things in their own time!

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  25. Learn from your children as they will teach you so much.

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  26. dont compare your child to another, i felt pressured as my little one was late walking and others her age were already running around - it really used to get me down , but now shes running around with them, and it really wasnt worth the stress

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  27. Just do what you think is best, trust your motherly instincts!! xx

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  28. Take photos...so many photos. They grow so fast! I look at my sixteen year old son and wonder where the time actually went! x

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  29. use white noise on youtube on your mobile to get lttle ones off to sleep x

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  30. Trust your instincts and take one step at a time x

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  31. Turn your phone off and enjoy the company of your child.

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  32. DONT SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF :) LIFES FAR TOO SHORT

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  33. Listen to the advice but then do what you think is best for you and your family.

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  34. Trust your instincts.

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  35. don't fret, calm mum makes calm baby

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  36. Listen to what others say, you will get lots of advise. But always trust your own instinct

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  37. Tell your kids how proud you are of them

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  38. Enjoy while they are babies,time flies

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  39. Be firm but loving. Don't be too strict but also don't be a pushover

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  40. There's no such thing as a perfect parent. As long as you're doing your best and your child is warm, fed and loved you're doing well x

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  41. Remember that everything is just a stage. The difficulties and the really cute stages don't last forever so embrace it all.

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  42. Take baby wipes everywhere with you!

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  43. Read all the parenting books, take from them want you want then threw them in the bin as you will discover they are useless!

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  44. Don't compare yourself to other mums.

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  45. Trust your instincts. @jaizduck

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  46. Never, ever compare yourself to other parents, everyone does things differently and there is no right or wrong way. Always trust your gut instincts! You know your little one better than absolutely anyone! Try and make the most of every second as time flies so fast that it's often easy to forget the small, little things that make being a parent so special!

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  47. Always keep calm and stay positive.

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  48. Don't be afraid to ask friends and family for help, your no use to you child if your stressed or tired so you need time out

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  49. have patience and enjoy your child

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  50. Follow your instincts and don't get too paranoid by what others say and think

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  51. enjoy it and cheerish it because in a blink of an eye they are in school, it goes so fast

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  52. Arm yourself in lots of patience and enjoy it .

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  53. Enjoy every moment, and trust your instinct x

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  54. remember children won't remember you not doing the hoovering but they will remember you not having time for them x

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  55. My tip would be to ensure you leave plenty of time aside to have family time!

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  56. Always make time for fun stuff. They grow so fast and before you know it the best years will be gone.

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  57. Mummy knows best! Always trust your instinct

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