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With only a couple of weeks left until the start of the new school year, some of the top UK bloggers have come together to offer one lucky winner an amazing bundle of prizes to send their kids back to school in style. This is not only a giveaway but also a great Back to School Guide to help you get ideas and inspiration for your kid’s new school year.
To celebrate the Star Stable Winter Festival, I’ve teamed up with them to offer Mummy Fever readers the chance to win a pair of Happy Plugs Headphones. These are available in four colours and the winner can choose the colour.
Following on from the last few years’ Christmas Giveaways, 80 of the UK’s top bloggers have come together to offer another lucky person an opportunity to win an array of incredible prizes. We know Christmas is going to be tough this year on all our budgets so we hope these prizes will help make it easier for you.
I’ve teamed up with Mokee to offer one lucky Mummy Fever reader the chance to win the cot mobile below and their choice of ‘buddy’. To be in with a chance, just enter the easy widget in this article.
*WIN* A six-week Nordic Fit Mama Post Natal Programme (ground-breaking online fitness and well-being)
Nordic Fit Mama has launched its ground-breaking online fitness and wellbeing Post Natal Programme in the UK. You can win a six-week programme here.
Fantastically fun and easy to use, this awesome bungee hopper is a fun twist on the classic pogo! Simply grab the soft padded handles, plant your feet and get to hopping. The padded red base makes a funny squeaking noise with each bounce and is made of super soft foam, perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. The stretchy bungee cord means the Bungee Hopper is suitable for all sizes – energetic fun for all!
Do your children use headphones? Ever worry about how loud they have them? When you can hear what they are listening to clearly, you know it’s too loud, but so many children listen at this level. So what can we do to protect those ears but still let them enjoy whatever they are listening to?