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08 July 2013

Travel Grobag *Giveaway*

The summer holidays nearly always involve travel, whether that's by rail, road or other means, so it's a good idea to have all the essentials before your days out begin. The gro company have created a Travel Grobag which is the hassle-free way to transfer your child from pram to car to cot in comfort.

 
 
The Travel Grobag:

 


  • ​100% single cotton layer
  • Available in 0-6 mth, 6-18 mth, 18-36 mth, and 3 to 6 year sizes
  • Chin guard at top of zip to prevent rubbing
  • Easy access travel opening that closes when in use in cot
  • Zip-click™ cover stops adventurous little ones from opening their zips
  • Machine washable and can be tumble dried on low heat
  • Includes FREE Nursery Thermometer with 0-6 and 6-18 mth sizes, user guide and safe sleep information



 
The clever travel opening makes it easy to use with a 5 point harness in both car seats and prams so your child can remain safe and secure while wearing one!
 
 


*** WIN ***

For you chance to win a Travel grobag in Sandcastle Bay you can enter via the Rafflecopter entry form below.
The giveaway closes on 5th August 2013.
 
Good luck!
 
a Rafflecopter giveaway
 
 
To find out more information on the gro company you can head over to their website:
 
They also have new royal versions available!
 
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178 comments

  1. Definitely blackout blinds for us!

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  2. Grobag - to make sure the baby is always covered

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  3. a musical nightlight helps my son sleep

    I follow you on all media Janie McColl

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  4. Commented on How important are routines?

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  5. The black out blinds are a must but perhaps lots of lavender infused bubble bath as well!@MummyFever

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  6. Milk before bed helps here. I follow you via bloglovin (chantelle hazelden)

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  7. Samantha Fenn08/07/2013, 16:02

    Black out blinds are brilliant, especially during the light summer months. I follow via networked blogs as manfa.lou

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  8. Black Out Blind very good product, no light can pass through.

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  9. commented on Silent sunday from 10/02/2013

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  10. A soothing mobile with a light display! I had a one that created a starry effect on the ceiling! It really helped all my babies fall asleep!

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  11. Crosse & Blackwell 4Kids Jelly *Review* - commented

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  12. I follow via Bloglovin as TracyKNixon

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  13. a nightlight or cd player with some story cds

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  14. i use ewan the sheep, he has womb noises & soothing music, it's really helped :)

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  15. nichola armstrong08/07/2013, 17:02

    it would have to be a black out blind, I cant live without them.

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  16. Good routines from an early age

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  17. Following and I would have the Black out Blinds

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  18. A good routine and a gro-clock. :)

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  19. (Following on networked blogs)

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  20. followed on bloglovin :)
    the gro clock is great :)

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  21. I follow with Bloglovin - Cosmetic Cravings

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  22. A bath shortly before bed always helps relax and wind down.

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  23. Blackout blinds, particularly in the summer when the sun rises very early.
    I follow you on Bloglovin and Networked Blogs.

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  24. Angela Turton08/07/2013, 21:57

    I commented on £50 night in

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  25. Angela Turton08/07/2013, 21:59

    I also commented on the sleeping tips post :)
    "Snuggle blanket, no spills anyway up cup of milk. All prior to a lovely hot bath with Johnsons bedtime bath :)"
    Great Giveaway x

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  26. A night light can work well

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  27. I commented on £50 night in

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  28. The gro co black out blind is a must!

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  29. Follow on pinterest and lots of other ways!

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  30. Follow on Pinterest (MyMillsBaby) and all the other major ways x

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  31. A mobile with a light display and soothing music helps Dexter.

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  32. A good room thermometer I use a gro egg.

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  33. Blog followed by bloglovin

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  34. Commented on £50 night in :)

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  35. andrea lloyd09/07/2013, 13:09

    a good routine

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  36. would have to be blackout blinds ! @chanson2010

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  37. following on google friends connect as nicci cowdell-murray

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  38. I follow with Bloglovin

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  39. set bedtime routine and black out blind

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  40. Blackout Blinds are a must I have them for both my girls

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  41. A room thermometer - to ensure that the room is at optimal temperature for a good (and safe) night's sleep.

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  42. I'm following on BlogLovin (Julestar)

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  43. For younger children I often use white noise or baby music.
    I commented on another post and follow on BlogLovin

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  44. one of those musical lullaby things that are noise activated. I follow via email as talcfour@hotmail.co.uk.

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  45. A nightlight and definately a good routine!

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  46. i follow with bloglovin as ashlallan

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  47. i have commented on Hot Wheels Ballistiks Full Force: Rapid Fire Blaster

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  48. sleepy wind down time is always a good idea, warm milk and a bedtime story


    i follow via email and bloglovin already

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  49. Following via Bloglovin'

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  50. The best pillow you can afford with crisp cotton case

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  51. a relaxing bath before bed

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  52. A calming evening routine and black out blinds :)

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  53. Few drops of lavender oil on my pillow helps me.

    Also followed on BlogLovin - Sarah Tonner

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  54. A musical light teddy like a Seahorse or GloWorm, both my boys have them, wouldn't do without them, lifesavers!

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  55. a radio or music playing very quietly in the background helps.

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  56. have commented on the bumble bees

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  57. a musical night light :)

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  58. My little boy had a lamb skin in his cot when he was a little one and it really helped. It kept him warm in winter, cool in summer and comforted by the smell and feel of it all year round.

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  59. Certainly a black out blind! Especially in the summer.

    @rachiegr

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  60. white noise machine works wonders for my daughter :)

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  61. Black Out Blind geat idea

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  62. follow on GFC and Bloglovin
    also commented on Watch Bake Create - Transport

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  63. the pram, plenty of fresh air always tires us out

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  64. commented on Bin Weevils Bling Collection and following on bloglovin

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  65. without a doubt, good quality blackout blinds.

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  66. Listening to classical music

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  67. A good daytime and nighttime routine!

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  68. a bathtime & reading time routine before bed works really well

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  69. following on pinterest http://pinterest.com/katieo2500

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  70. Ewan the Sheep. Haven't tried myself, but have read wonderful reviews.

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  71. Commented on the Discovery fajita kit review :-)

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  72. Followed via BlogLovin (bellawella86)

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  73. defo blackout blinds.

    following by email and GFC

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  74. Commented on hot wheels review

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  76. following via GFC as tina edwards - tina9stan@gmail.com

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  77. karen hutchinson16/07/2013, 22:30

    groclock as toddlers have no sense of time

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  78. A GOOD ROUTINE AND LAVENDER BATH

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  79. I think a good routine is key.

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  80. We can't leave for a sleepover at Granny's without our Gro portable blackout blind! The little stars and moons on the new design are adorable too :)

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  81. Also commented on 'reasons to smile'

    http://www.theminimesandme.com/2013/07/reasons-to-smile.html?showComment=1374231634062#c4343083592448704442

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  82. A white noise app whilst they are settling

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  83. Followed on pinterest - charbarcrazy

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  84. A nice relaxing bath before bed works for us!

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  85. A warm bath/drink and lavender on your pillow

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  86. I commented on your handprint dog post.

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  87. Following already on both - Jenna Parrington x

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  88. for my little ones a night light

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  89. Sarah Walford25/07/2013, 21:32

    We have the same bedtime routine, Bath, Book and then use the music box which plays a gentle tune for ten mins. In general before the music box has finished they are asleep.

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  90. Bath, story and a little spray of lavender in the room earlier in day.

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  91. Ewan The Sheep. He helped loads when Jakey was newborn x

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  92. a dehumidifier works a treat

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  93. I follow via networked blogs, g+ and email :)

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  94. At the moment our son is teething so requires a soother for a good nights sleep. We also leave a radio on in his room so it's not silent in there.

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  95. I commented on Top Tips for a peaceful nights sleep :)

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  96. I commented on the sleep post x

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  97. Definitely the black out blinds

    Rebecca Maddocks

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  98. We use black out blinds and both Melly and Flynn have sleeping bags.

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  99. I follow by email.
    Looks like a lovely grobag, love these for my kids particularly Flynn x

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  100. a night light has always worked for our little girl

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  101. following with GFC as jayneunderwood73

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  102. following on bloglovin as micaela6955 and pinterest too http://pinterest.com/micaela6955/boards/

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  103. I would recommend the black out blind, perfect when you want to sleep in and your little ones don't!

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  104. Air humidifier and black out blinds

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  105. A bottle just before bed time always works :) X

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    www.Bump-to-Baby.com
    UK based Lifestyle & Parenting Blog

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  106. We've just bought a blind and it is fab! Especially with this summer we are having. I'd also recommend a night light

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  107. Blackout blinds are great, so my daughter has a great nap in the afternoon and I can get a few things done!

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  108. a toy that plays lullabys & has lights, my son loved the star one, worked well

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  109. MANDY DOHERTY03/08/2013, 00:14

    Following on Networked Blogs

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  110. My little girl could do with some blackout blinds these light nights and early mornings have her getting up very early

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  111. lavendar baby bath - I think Johnsons make on for babies that is lilac in colour, it helps them sleep if they have their bath just before bed !

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  112. Following on Bloglovin' (Jo Booth)

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  113. A warm relaxing bath and some warm milk.

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  114. A blackout blind, night light and a good routine. X

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  115. black out blinds n a comfort toy xx

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  116. My son use to have a thinh attahced to his cot which played soothing music & projected stars onto the ceiling of his bedroom. Cannot for the life of me remember what it was called but it did the trick every night!

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  117. Following Bloglovin as Ali Johnson

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  118. The blackout blind is amazing; we have one in our daughters' room & it gives a good extra hour in the morning & a more settled sleep. There' not much I swear by other than that! x

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  119. the blackout blind would be really useful

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  120. Blackout Blinds. Follow on Bloglovin valeriekay1690 :-)

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  121. following on bloglovin as lindasallieguest

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  122. commented on owl cupcakes in make, bake and create

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  123. Ewan the dream sheep is excellent. The heartbeat sounds put our little one to sleep in minutes.

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  124. Some classical or gentle music playing quietly at bedtime.

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  125. A night light is a good idea

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  126. a nightlight or night projector with soft lullabye music

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  127. Could not live without blackout blinds

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  128. Black out blinds, especially in the summer! :)

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  129. Following on Bloglovin' as Claire Appleton

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  130. Room thermometer so you can regulate the temperature

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