Saturday, April 14, 2012

The Serendipity Cafe - Aveeno Baby Product Giveaway

Discover nature's secret for your babies most sensitive skin.

The Aveeno Baby brand has been recommended by dermatologists and pediatricians for over 60 years. Aveeno Baby delivers extra moisturisation and soothing relief to a bubba's dry skin.

I have the following 4 Aveeno baby products to give away to one lucky blog follower of mine.

Baby Wash & Shampoo RRP $10.99
Baby Daily Moisturising Lotion RRP $10.99
Baby Soothing Relief Creamy Wash RRP $10.99
Baby Soothing Relief Moisture Cream RRP $10.99

To enter this giveaway you must be a follower of 'The Serendipity Cafe' blog. If you haven't already click on the JOIN THIS SITE with Google Friend Connect button found up top of my blog.

Next up leave a comment on this post telling me about the cutest thing your lil prince or princess does that lights up your face in a smile (you don't have to be the child's parent can be a relative, friend etc).

The winner will be the answer that amuses/appeals to me the most.

The winner will be announced on the 21st of April 2012 here on my blog and also on fb.

If the winner does not contact me via email within 4 days I will select another winner.

I was gifted this product to review on my blog and have decided to do a giveaway instead. This has been OK'd by the media company in charge of promotions. I have not received any payment and will in fact be out of pocket for this giveaway as I will be covering the registered post costs. Due to postal restrictions this giveaway is only open to those who reside in Australia. Basket and towel in my photo above used for prop purposes only and not included.


mimi said...

You are such a generous soul, Kimmie :)

Joni said...

Theo, aged 2 came after years and years of heartbreaking miscarriages so basically everything he does is cute...

But the cutest thing that completely melts me is when he grabs my face in his chubby hands and says "Are you happy and good Mum? Are you good and happy?"

No matter how tired or overworked I may feel, I can do nothing but respond with a tight cuddle and a firm reassurance that I am indeed VERY good and happy ( or happy and good!)

It reminds me how true happiness is found in little everyday things, not possessions.

Terry said...

I work full time, and Trevor (my hubby) has our granddaughter Hailey (who just turned 1 a couple of days ago) by himself some Fridays, because I only have every second Friday off, and she is always happy to be with him.

A couple of weeks ago Trevor went to put Hailey in her car seat to drive me to work, while I was turning off my computer, and I could hear a bit of crying and whingeing coming from the car, and I thought to myself, "Hmmmmmmm, that's unusual, Hailey is usually quite happy to be put in her car seat when we take her out. I wonder what's wrong. Maybe she's hungry, maybe she's tired, maybe she's sick." You know, the usual things that run through a grandparent's mind about their grandchild, LOL.

Soooooooooo, I go out to the car, and then Hailey spots me, and as soon as she sees me, straight away she stops crying, and starts smiling and kicking her legs with excitement, the way she always does when she sees me. Awwwwwwwwww. There were no more tears, she wanted to see her Grandma, and wanted Grandma in the car with her. Awwwwwwwwwww again, LOL. So I did something I swore I'd never do with kids, and that was get in the back with her on the drive to work. After all, I only get to spend an hour and a half with her on the days I have to work, whereas lucky Grandad gets her all day, LOL. Some rules go by the board when you become a grandparent. And I thought I would NEVER be one of the grandmothers that did that, but I'm up there with the best of them. LOL

We have a photo on the wall that Katie (our eldest daughter and Hailey's Mum) gave us, and it is of Hailey as a newborn, Katie and myself. Hailey loves it. She keeps pointing to it, so Trevor points as well, and points out each person, and saying as he points, Hailey Mummy Grandma, then Hailey Grandma Mummy, then Grandma Mummy Hailey, then Grandma Hailey Mummy, then Mummy Grandma Hailey, then Mummy Hailey Grandma. I think I've typed out every single combination of our three names there, so you get the picture, LOL. And Trevor has to keep saying that a gazillion times, that's a slight exaggeration, but not much, LOL. That morning, even though they hadn't been looking and pointing at the photo yet, Trevor was holding Hailey and I was near them, and we were all close to the photo. Trevor says, "Where's Grandma?", expecting her to look towards me, but Hailey points to the photo, not the Grandma person, LOL.

And last story of the day is when I brush my hair for work, I brush Hailey's too. I gave her the brush to play with, and she brushes her own hair with Grandma telling her all the while what a pretty girl she is with her hair brushed and what a smart girl she is being able to do brush her own hair, LOL. Then I said to her, "Brush Grandma's hair too." And she does!!!! Never mind the fact that the brush is upside down, LOL.

She did all of the above within the space of an hour and a half, before Grandma had to go to work.

She does so many cute things that I have to restrain myself from telling everyone every single one of them, at the risk of boring people, but I can always be coaxed to tell, LOL.

Debbie said...

What a very sweet giveaway. Good luck to everyone!

Sarah said...

I have two nieces who are due to have babies. Seeing the younger generations of my family begin their own families is something special for me to see.

What I love most about this is seeing the babies and recognising them. Both their spirits, who are new and old at the same time and their features, which are familiar yet new.

A new life. A new family. A new extension of something very old.

Anonymous said...

The cutest thing that my sweetie pie toddler does to light up my face is to sing "You Are My Sunshine" to his brand new baby sister.


kaz23z said...

Each school afternoon my two precious kiddies make my heart melt while waiting outside my daughters classroom each afternoon my 2 year old son sings out her name then once the door opens he runs to her and gives her a big hug

Sandra said...

My newest grandchild aged 7 weeks has just learnt to smile.... That lights up my heart.