Munchkins that would be great for anyone about to have a new baby (or know someone that's about to). It's a new product called a Baby Head Rest that reduces the risk of flat head in newborns. I would have loved one of these when my kiddies were newborns- when Jack was little the doctor said he was getting a bit of a flat head so we would roll towels up on each side of him and try to roll him one way a little which never really worked- he was quite happy lying flat on the his back facing up so this would have been really handy to have! Here's some info about it....
* "Flat-head syndrome" occurs in newborns and young babies when the back or sides of the head become flat or mis-shapen due to prolonged pressure from flat surfaces like cot mattresses on the skull while baby is asleep, or on their back.
* Made from shape memory foam with a soft cotton cover, the Baby-Head-Rest has been developed in Australia. It provides gentle support for baby’s head and allows natural head movements in babies 0-4 months of age.
* Baby-Head-Rest was designed in response to the dramatic increase in the incidence of Flat Head Syndrome partly due to the successful SIDS Back to Sleep program. Medical professionals say that it is still very important to sleep babies on their backs to reduce the risk of SIDS
Laurene is offering one of these Baby Head Rests to giveaway- to enter all you have to do is check out the Munchkins website and leave a comment back here telling me something you like the look of. Two of my favourite products on their site are the Brolly Sheets which are so good when it's time to get rid of night nappies, and the Giimo night lights which I really like- no bulbs that keep blowing like other night lights we've bought and great for calming down an upset child in the middle of the night!
And for an extra entry like the Munchkins Facebook page where Laurene posts specials and other giveaways - just let me know in an extra comment.
Giveaway closes in 2 weeks time- Thursday 9th February. Giveaway is open to all so international entries are welcome :)