06 September 2012

MumStuff - The Pod Collection Gift Box Giveaway!


When a baby is born most new parents will be showered with gifts for their new bundle of joy but they can often be forgotten... that's where MumStuff comes in!

Not only do they offer a wide selection of products that are useful during pregnancy, labour and beyond but they have some lovey and unique gift solutions for mums and mums-to-be too.


The Pod Collection Gift Box contains 3 MumStuff exclusive pods; The Morning Sickness Survival Kit, the Pregnancy Kit and the All Set for Labour Kit. Each pod is packed with essentials to help see you through the various stages of pregnancy and the gift box itself would make and ideal memory box for your little ones treasures. 

The white and purple pods have carry handles for easy transporting and they are made from thick plastic so they are great to reuse. 

So what's inside....

The Pregnancy KitEye Mask, Tape measure, Hand and Body Moisturiser, Lip Balm, Lemon Fresh Wipe, Deodorant Wipe, Biscuit.

The Morning Sickness Kit: Sick Bag, 2 Mints, Lemon Fresh Wipe, Biscuit, Tissues, 2 Energy Sweets, Toothbrush, Toothpaste

The All Set for Labour Kit: Lip Balm, Tooth Paste, Hair Band, Energy Sweet, Biscuit, Shower Gel, Shampoo.


WIN

For your chance to win a Pod Collection Gift Box from the lovely people at MumStuff you can enter is several ways below. The competition closes on 25th September 2012.

Good luck!!


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71 comments :

  1. During my pregnancies it was great having a car - yes a car - so my partner could go out to our local 24 hour Tescos whenever I NEEDED my cravings!!!! (cherry tomatoes when I was expecting the boys and anything lemony for when I was expecting the girls!) Our electronic baby swing was fab for our new borns as it would rock them all to sleep!

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    1. Oh and during labour - I only had one natural birth out of my four so it was the epidural that time!!! My other three were c-sections so complete numbness lol!

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  2. bio oil to stop stretch marks - was a god send!

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  3. my bio oil and it worked not a single stretch mark

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  4. Bach Rescue Remedy helped to calm me when I was nervous coming up to time I was due.

    @clairew137

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  5. I'll need all the help I can get when I go into labour, lol

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  6. Bio Oil, I love it, When I had my son it was not around and I got some stretch marks, WHen I had my daughter I used it and it was just brilliant, I didn't get a single mark with her and she was a bigger baby, I used it after my pregnancy and all my marks faded. I love it

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  7. Gaviscon as I had really bad heartburn, I used to just carry it round with me and drink it out the bottle

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  8. I follow via GFC - robertfox24

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  9. A swing chair was a godsend in getting the boy to sleep

    jessica newman

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  10. The v shaped cushion. I would have been lost without it. Many, many hours were spent with little baby cuddling on it. I used it for feeding, propping her up on the floor. Before she was even born, I used it for my own comfort when heavily pregnant! :-) x

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  11. a plastic bags to be sick in while i was traveling the 80mile round trip to college :/ lol i will never miss the smell of teenagers in the morning, sparying deodorant and eating things that smelt gross AND im so glad i can drive now lol

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  12. tens machine! followed by a widgey feeding pillow @MummyFever

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  13. Always having a snack in my bag was very important as I find I need to eat every few hours throghout pregnancy or I start to feel very dizzy/faint

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  14. May sound silly but a hair brush because when you brush your hair it can brighten you and make you feel refreshed

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  15. Cocoa butter, no stretch marks x

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  16. A tens machine i loved it :o) x

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  17. my tens machine... still not sure what it did... but it took my mind off things!!

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  18. My first two pregnancies both of my babies got stuck and I had to have Forceps and Ventose. So with my third I was not going to have that, I got one of the large balls and and used all the tips like being on my all fours through the pregnancy and during labour I sat on it and the third came out without getting stuck.

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  19. my mother as when i gave birth she was there to catch the baby as i was at the bottom of my stairs with no medics present :)

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  20. My TENS machine - no idea if it worked or just gave me something to fiddle with but got me through it!

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  21. Milk was my saving grace throughout pregnancy because of all the indigestion,and after the door bouncer,they loved it! :)

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  22. BAby wipes were helpful in early parent hood not only for the baby .. but I also used them for dusting.

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  23. A handheld fan is essential got so hot in labour! @craftythinker

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  24. little portable fan, really helped. :)

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  25. Arnica gel or arnica tablets, had a homebirth with my 1st, no pain relief, but boy did it hurt afterwards! The arnicha helped with the bruising though.

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  26. I use bio-oil twice a day and haven't got any stretchmarks (yet!)

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  27. An activity centre - ideal to put baby in when you need to do something without them getting in the way

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  28. A body pillow helped as I found it hard to get comfortable throughout my pregnancy

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  29. Bouncing Cradle - so I can get on with stuff while baby watches

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  30. Have never been pregnant but would love to win this to donate to charity.

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  31. My travel system- so nice to put a peaceful sleeping baby straight from pushchair to car, and vice versa without disturbing them :)
    Rebecca Musial

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  32. i found raspberry leaf tea really good in pregnancy and baby bouncer chair really good with a young baby

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  33. mint imperials in pregnancy stopped sickness :)x

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  34. stretch cream from mothercare and it worked

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  35. During my pregnancy stretch cream was my lifesaver - saved all those nasty stretchmarks - i hope that it works this time too!

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  36. My curved pillow aided a good night sleep for me in pregnancy

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  37. I bought energy tablets to help me through labour with my first but didn't have a chance to use them as it all went very quickly in the end but i found they came in very handy as a new parent as my little girl was up every 2 hours in the night and constantly breastfeeding i found they gave me the lift i needed to keep going. i will definately stock up next time too.

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  38. Baby oil, I used it for me and for baby massage.

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  39. Bio Oil for stretch marks and dry skin!

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  40. A shaped pillow as it was important to rest while pregnant and in the early days made a great feeding pillow for the little one.

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  41. nipple cream i could not have continued breast feeding without it! Ouch!

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  42. I always carried a snack, mints, and some sick bags around with me as I was sick every single day of the whole 9 months with my son.
    This prize would be fantastic for my niece who's pregnant at the mo and suffering like I did,

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  43. I'm following you on GFC as Julie (Whitehead) and Twitter as @jjuli2.

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  44. baggy jogging bottoms!

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    1. @katedsb on twitter x

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  45. Raspberry Slush drinks - I LIVED on them because I couldn't keep anything else down!! zz

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  46. Lots of milk for heartburn

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  47. baby wipes, cant live without them

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  48. Mama Mio Tummy Rub - Adore that stuff.

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  49. I really like them, do you know I have never designed gift boxes! You have so motivated me! I did not know you display was 2 times...Wow, dual the fun and fatigue. I can't delay to listen to how it goes. I think you are so intelligent to add vacation items!

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