Monday, 10 June 2013

Minene Mibooster Cushion Giveaway

Minene are a lovely company who provide products for babies and toddlers that are comfortable and stylish whilst remaining practical.

Last week I posted a review of their Mibooster cushion, which I found to be useful for both myself and my 3 year old because it allowed her to be more independent, leaving me with my hands free to get on with other things.

I am pleased to tell you that Minene are allowing me to giveaway one of these gorgeous booster cushions to one of my readers.


You could be the lucky winner, all you need to do is fill out the rafflecopter form below. The competition is open to UK residents only and will close at 11.59pm on the 23rd of June 2013.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck everyone

xxxx

ThePrizeFinder - UK Competitions

104 comments:

  1. Wall pegs(so my little one can pin her coat up)and also bean bags(which she loves to sit on and look at a book.)
    @LaaMoii

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  2. He loves his toy hoover and brush! He'll make a good husband when he's older!

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  3. A bathroom step. She can now take herself to the loo ans help me in the kitchen too

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  4. Nothing yet as Max is only 5 weeks old :-)

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  5. A Walker :)
    Kate Bourne-Francis

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  6. Her littlelife backpack, although we don't use the reins she loves putting her drink and snack in it and carrying it round on her back

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  7. Not a product but the ability to climb so he now gets in and out of his car seat and pushchair at the start and finish of each journey!

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  8. A back pack in which they can bring all their toys, without relying on me!
    @Dorothee77

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  9. A bed! My twins were out of cots and into beds very early - and that had a huge, positive impact on their confidence (and independence!)

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  10. Charlie is only 6 months but we have a walker ready for him!

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  11. A good old-fashoned pair of reins - lots of independent walking but still having a safe grasp on them! Priceless!

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  12. My son's table and chair set has enabled him to be more independent as he can sit and have his meals by himself without being constrained by a high chair. He loves it!

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  13. I don't have a toddler but putting arrows on the inside of shoes so my nieces could tell left from right (arrows have to meet) meant we never had shoes on the wrong feet

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  14. Has to be the bathroom step for independent teeth cleaning, hand washing etc (as well as being able to get into the flippin fridge!!!) @mandsmanc

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  15. My daughter adores her baby walker. Our ankles, not so much!

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  16. I found a baby walker and a bumbo are good x

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  17. Wrist straps - Chloe walks much better with a wrist strap than reins now

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  18. a simple spoon & fork. my son loves feeding himself and will not let me help anymore

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  19. Baby walker

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  20. velcro shoes- she can now put her own shoes on (on the wrong feet mind! lol)!

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  21. baby walker emelia loves to get around with

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  22. the little step stool so he can use sink and toilet

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  23. a stair gate peace of mind for me and safe space for the children to explore their crawling

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  24. An old plastic lawnmower that has seen better days from the garden shed. She used to move around the garden and also to climb on to get on the bench.

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  25. It has to be our Harness Buddy. My little girl can investigate things but we know where she is. She tends to bolt like a jack russell if she isn't on her reigns

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  26. Not sure if it is strictly an item but the kids love the fact that the dog will follow commands from them (supervised though, for both their sakes)

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  27. Velcro shoes, she is now able to do them up herself and put her younger brothers on too

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  28. My daughter loves pull up pants - just need to make the progression to big girl knickers now!

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  29. My son has his own step to get to the toilet and to get to the sink, as long as the door is open and the hot tap is secure he can go do his business with me coming with him sometimes i dont even realise until i hear the flush, so proud of him <3

    FB: natasha haslem
    TW: natashajayneh

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  30. Lynsey Buchanan17 June 2013 at 02:15

    I bought a My Safe Cutter so my daughter can help me in the kitchen she loves to chop fruit and veg

    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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  31. definately baby walker that helped my daughter feel more independant. and also our hamster in its ball which encouraged my daughter to crawl cuz she was trying to grab it lol

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  32. I don't have any children but would love to win one to donate to charity; to go to Romania.

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  33. The small steps in the bathroom to stand on. Bw
    Therese citron@loreskar.se

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  34. A Bumbo Baby Seat - it has given her confidence to sit and watch what is going on without always wanting to be on someone's knee @pjo77

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  35. wooden walker that has building blocks at the front

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  36. Their shoes with velcro straps,laces would be a nightmare for toddlers.

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  37. Her little fold up step so she can switch the light switch. Use toilet and wash hands

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  38. Her little fold up step so she can switch the light switch. Use toilet and wash hands

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  39. A Walker. it really helped her learn to walk. now she walks everywhere

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  40. my older children are 13 and 14 yrs old so its hard to remember lol, i think a baby walker was very handy as both my children walked quite quickly ... My eldest was 9 mnths old .... my other baby is due September

    @chanson2010

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  41. it was a ruck sack, that way he could pack everything for himself x x x

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  42. tracy waldock newton

    walking reigns

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  43. The seat she puts on the toilet x

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  44. It has got to be the bathroom step as it is very useful for my son to use the toilet then to use the sink to wash his hands :)

    @Segga86

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  45. the baby walker, once they get the hang of it they can really shift!

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  46. a cushi tush, my son has health problems meaning he struggled to sit up the cushi tush really helped support him

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  47. His garden slide ahas really helped his co-ordination and his confidence

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  48. claire thomson little20 June 2013 at 01:53

    walker

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  49. lorraine granville20 June 2013 at 08:42

    a small jug with water in so he can poor his own drink

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  50. plenty of love and tell her she can do anything

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  51. my son goldbug harness for walking which help him a lot with walking and his nuby monster cup and nuby monster set help him to eat and it was amazing it help him to be more on his own also his winnie the pooh walker and his Thomas walker he could push it till he was ready to walk

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  52. I haven't had to buy anything yet and she's quite innovative in getting where she needs to be. She'd pull the dining chair into the kitchen for instance if she needed her juice that is standing on the counter. What I really want to get is some baskets to put on the shelving rack in her room. I want to label each with a picture of different clothing items and tell her to choose one item from each basket every night for the next day. This way she I can help her to get herself organised for the next day as well as making choices.

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  53. a stool.....its used to go to the toilet alone, wash hands at the sink, get in and out of the bath, to stand to help baking, to get things off the dining table....it was only cheap(about £2-3) but used so much.
    (christy golding)

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  54. reins backpack my son puts all his bitsand pieces in anddoesn't mind meholding the rein

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  55. A big girl bed! She was so pleased to feel grown up like her brother :-)

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  56. He loves walking on his reins - it makes him feel like a real big boy

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  57. I've got this toilet seat that has a special seat for my daughter so she can go to the toilet just like us

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  58. fold up step, they use it for reaching, bathroom sitting. multi functional lol

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  59. a sipper cup with handles, stabilizer on a bike, jumperoo was great for her to have fun and jump up and down when she was little without my helping her,

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  60. my toddler is currently charging around with a baby walker

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  61. learning to walk lol :-)

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  62. a toilet step and toilet seat.

    caroline pawson

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  63. My son loves putting things in his lil shopping trolley!

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  64. the step so he can reach the sink!

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  65. step so he can reach sink/toilet

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  66. a toilet step and seat

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  67. toilet step although he only uses it to wash his hands x

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  68. My little girls stepping stool. She uses it for everything! Its her Ben & Holly seat for when her programmes are on, its her toilet step, and helps me get her in and out of the bath. Such a simple thing thats so useful! :-) Plus its over 32 years old as it was mine! lol

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  69. Back pack with reins on .He loves walking :)

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  70. My daughter loves her walker ... now there's no stopping her!

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  71. daypack with rein(on back) means that they can walk but without holding you but at a safe distance

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  72. Little step so that my grand daughter can clean her own teeth, wash her hands and help to wash up! Linda Guest

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  73. a step for the toilet so that he can go with out assistance :)

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  74. Walker, so baby could move around :}

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  75. rachael jones mann22 June 2013 at 20:06



    ..... well ..... i bought him a stool , originally for toilet training .... however this stool is still dragged around the house now hes 5 1/2 so thats got my vote !

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  76. The toilet step-up stool....used for much more than the toilet :) x

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  77. A step in the kitchen so he can help with baking and cooking more easily

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  78. A step for the bathroom and/or kitchen is a great help with my godchildren.

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  79. My daughter's fork and spoon! She adores feeding herself and having the control :)

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  80. baby reigns, from 9 months he never wanted to be in a pushchair, determined to walk everywhere.

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  81. we have a littlelife ladybird backback and reins so Daisy thinks she is walking on her own but actually I've got control of her!

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  82. a bathroom stall helps him loads

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  83. His iPad as he has autism and this helps him with his communication.

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