Monday, 24 February 2014

Giveaway #366 : Win The Essential Parent Company’s Essential Baby Care Guide on DVD - closed - winner Tracy K Nixon


Becoming a parent for the first time is a stressful time but help is at hand ! The Essential Parent Company’s Essential Baby Care Guide on DVD covers everything you need to know for your child’s first year. 

The DVD includes advice on feeding, care and development, sleeping and first aid. It’s advised and narrated by child development expert Professor Robert Winston, with advice from The Royal College of Paediatric and Child Health, St John Ambulance, UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative and other experts.

 The guide costs £19.99 and is now available in store and online at Tesco. com.  

There are also going to be single DVDs on specific themes, including: · Breastfeeding· Formula feeding· Introducing solids· Sleeping· First aid· Your baby's first month.  The single DVDs will be on sale at
£3.99 each in over 240 Tesco stores.


Tesco have kindly offered to send a copy of The Essential Parent Company’s Essential Baby Care Guide on DVD to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter.


UK only. Closing date : 10/3/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !


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41 comments:

  1. first few weeks of feeding and sleepless nights

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  2. commented on Warburton's Magic Pancakes #pancakepossibilities

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  3. tiredness and trying to do too much! I know people say - sleep when the baby sleeps but I always tried to get my cleaning, washing etc done then so I did lose a lot of sleep and felt tired in the first few months of having each of my babies!

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  4. Warburton's Magic Pancakes #pancakepossibilities - commented

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  5. Having someone else reliant on you for all their needs

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  6. Dealing with visitors when you're feeding every couple of hours and all you want to do is sleep!

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  7. Dealing with all the unwanted and unhelpful advice coupled with a spike in visitors.

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  8. Suddenly everyone is an expert .. except you

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  9. No sleep. And you are supposed to be a responsible mum all of a sudden.

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  10. Having this little person who depends on you and you have to know why they are crying.

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  11. Breastfeeding & the nazi-like midwives you think that bottlefeeding and/or formula are the work of the devil.

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  12. The crying when there seems to be no reason.

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  13. the pressure to be the perfect parent :) its a learning curve

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  14. Just not knowing whats wrong with them if they are crying

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  15. Giving my partner restful nights and days when I do all the duties from nappies, feeding to cooking and cleaning
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  16. The lack of sleep and loss of free time x

    Natalie Gillham

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  17. I was to lazy to bottle feed really didnt make sence to me!so I breastfeed both of mine and the most stressful thing was feeding in public the coments and the looks also the wetpatches when I leaked through my pads.they dont pre warn you about that lol!!!

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  18. thinking that you know nothing, when you always know something

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  19. Pam Francis Gregory9 March 2014 at 09:10

    Lack of sleep

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  20. Lack of sleep ~ its all very overwhelming having a first child, and sleep deprivation was the worst for me

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  21. sleepless nights are the worst

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  22. Not knowing whether your baby is in pain, hungry etc

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  23. A new sleep schedule and the influx of equipment into our already packed house was a bit of a struggle.

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  24. I've commented http://madhousefamilyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/mrs-crimbles-mature-cheese-onion-oven.html

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  25. no sleep! it can play havock on your emotions and make you feel ill

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  26. The lack of sleep makes you not able to function properly!

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  27. people telling you how to do things and telling you how easy it was for them

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  28. That feeling that yu don't know what you're doing and that you might harm or endanger the child.

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  29. Everyone asking if you were happy!

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