Monday, 17 June 2013

Crawlerz Giveaway

People will always tell you when you have a baby that the time will fly, they won't be babies for long. Having had four children, I can definitely confirm that this is certainly true.

One thing that this means is that before long your little ones won't be sitting still, staying in one place, oh no they will be on the move, this is when you need eyes in the back of your head.



Crawlerz is a great company that provides safety rompers for your babies. These are unique because they have a patented anti-slip safety grip design down the legs and feet of the rompers, great for those little ones who are constantly on the go as they not only provide comfort, they provide protection too.



I am pleased to tell you that Crawlerz are allowing me to giveaway a set of 7 crawlerz in either boy or girl designs, so that is one romper for every day of the week!!!

To have a chance of winning, just fill out the rafflecopter form below, this giveaway is open to UK residents only and last day for entries is the 7th of July.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck everyone

xxxx

ThePrizeFinder - UK Competitions

133 comments:

  1. These look fab - our entire downstairs is hard flooring so these would be perfect x

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  2. Definitely stair gates - top and bottom - and reins!

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  3. i was going th sat stair gates but i moved into a bungalow now so no stairs! lol :)

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  4. Jumperoo as keeps him out if his sisters reach atm

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  5. baby gate to keep them out of the kitchen

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  6. Stairgates! And a Bumbo - mine always loved sitting and playing in a Bumbo - and an immobilised child is usually fairly safe... :D

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  7. Babydan playpen that turns into stairgates.

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  8. A jumperoo!
    Kate Bourne-Francis

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  9. baby monitor, it was very important for me hat i can always see and know whats happening in the nursery

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  10. it will be a double bed without frame as their first bed. plenty room to roll and if fell, it will be carpet.

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  11. safety gates!! a must i think @chanson2010

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  12. stair gates

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  13. Like most others, stair gates!

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  14. We are a couple of months from crawling so it is time for us to get some gates too - trouble is we're open plan so need decide where to put them!

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  15. the socket covers....hes into everything!

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  16. Plugs to blank out electric sockets

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  17. Play pen

    Kathy D

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  18. I definitely think that my safety gates are the best purchase we have made for our childs safety

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  19. the locks for the kitchen cupboards

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  20. Brilliant idea, we have wooden flooring throughout and my son always goes flying if he crawls too fast. The best safety device I've bought is the freezer lock lol, he likes to pull himself up on it and we had a few bumped noses.

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  21. Probably cupboard locks or stair gates x

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  22. Kitchen cupboard lock to keep baby away from chemicals

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  23. Stair gates have been a must!

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  24. Playpen it has to be @lorrainesaeed

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  25. protectors for the corner of the coffee table

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  26. corner covers for tables etc, the amount of times my son has bumped into the edges and nearly hurt himself, these really work and help!!

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  27. Light socket plugs! I'm not a mom yet, I'm expecting my first this fall, but these light socket plugs are a great way to keep crawling babies from getting electric shocked.

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  28. Light socket plugs! I'm not a mom yet, I'm expecting my first this fall, but these light socket plugs are a great way to keep crawling babies from getting electric shocked.

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  29. Stair gates x

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  30. It has to be my high chair> Keeps them out of trouble!

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  31. stair gates you would be suprised where little ones can get up then fall down

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  32. definitely stair gates and a baby monitor!

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  33. Cupboard locks were probably my best buy, he was into everything! Cupboards were locked and everything on low down shelves was moved! Before they were locked I got a great pic of him with a box of cornflakes he had got hold of, he was happily tipping them all over the floor of course!

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  34. Cupboard locks and plug socket covers.x

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  35. Has to be the stair gates. One at the top and one at the bottom x

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  36. stair gates or if u have an open fire. a fire guard :)

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  37. stair gate, cupboard safety catches, sockett covers dont now which is most impotant though

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  38. being a helicopter mum (hovering all the time) lol I have a monkey of a child who climbs up everything, jumps off anything, pulls the socket covers out, climbed out of cot at 12 months..... i'd say our stair gate is the best thing....stops her falling down the stairs and so far she hasn't worked it out....though has started fiddling with the catch trying to work it out....

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  39. I loved my play pen which was his kingdom so that his sister could play with her lego and crayons alongside him in safety.

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  40. angelcare @ollieamelia

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  41. Stair gates! Keeps the little ones out of trouble!

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  42. The plastic electric plug covers after I caught my son trying to stick a pencil in one!!

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  43. A bouncer chair so I can keep eye on her at all times as only 16 weeks

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  44. A bouncer chair so I can keep eye on her at all times as only 16 weeks

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  45. the baby gates! My eldest fell down the stairs when he was younger so had them since!

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  46. socket covers as little fingers get everywhere

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  47. safety gate by the stairs and kitchen

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  48. stair gates on the stairs & kitchen door

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  49. Stair gates were a must with my four girls, but with my three boys it was a play pen! I would never leave them in theirs for long, but my boys would gt into everything! You do hold some marvellous giveaways, I'm happy to be a new subscriber! These would be amazing for my youngest bubs :-) <3

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  50. Plug covers! Never known one child play with a socket so much!

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  51. Stair Gates

    @LaaMoii

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  52. stair gates are a must in our hosue :)

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  53. play pen, great for when you had to leave the room. never needed a stair gate I lived in a flat

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  54. Child Safety Gates

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  55. stair gates top and bottom

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  56. The baby gate as our stairs are very steep.

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  57. Our Lindam stair gates - top and bottom to save us lugging up and down the stairs x

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  58. stair gates and a video monitor

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  59. Stair gates and electric plug covers

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  60. The baby monitor

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  61. Newly fitted smoke alarms by the firemen themselves :)

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  62. Our stairgate as our toddler can easily cross the landing which goes straight to the stairs on her own and thinks she can get down the stairs.

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  63. Stair Gates! :) x

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  64. Darlene Ovenstone2 July 2013 at 21:24

    My son's reins and wrist strap, I was glad of them when he started walking, I was always paranoid about him running into the road when we were out, I preferred the reins above the wrist strap though but liked to use them both for extra peace of mind :)

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  65. Stairgates! :)

    @Jakeysmummy2006

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  66. Graco Rockin' Entertainer ..... keeps her happy, she can move around by spinning and rocking, but I know she cant move anywhere (unlike with ones with wheels !)

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  67. A Baby monitor that beeps when they breath/slightly move, just so you know if you wake up in the night and its still beeping that they are okay.

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  68. The stair gates were the most important, as well as the reins for when we were out and about!

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  69. a baby angel monitor when my little boy was younger to sense if he had stopped breathing or moving as he had an awful chest - so having this made us feel a little bit more assured even tho wed still check on himlike 15 minutes when he wsant well x

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  70. stair gates - he is a little monkey and climbs up anything!

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  71. Her reins when we go out, she is always trying to climb out of her buggy when we go out so at least I can hold her at all times

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  72. My LO's not yet crawling, he isn't far off though. So at the moment i'd have to say baby monitor.

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  73. Baby gates, having a back to back house with v steep stairs made them essential.

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  74. The stair gate i brought for the top of the stairs for my little boy x

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  75. The stair gates that I used to keep dd safely in the room I wanted her in, as well as on the stairs!

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  76. stair gates and fire guard

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  77. We've used our safety gate (and still use it) since our daughter was quite young.

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  78. claire thomson little6 July 2013 at 23:26

    safety gate

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  79. leanne mckenna6 July 2013 at 23:54

    Deffo stair gates!!

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  80. I don't have any children but would love to win one for charity, to go to Romania.

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  81. Stair gates x

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  82. definately the stairgates

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  83. Stair gates, still using them now.

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