Snuggle Me Organic Giveaway #2016HGG

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We think that Snuggle Me is the perfect Baby Shower gift! If you are like me, you love to pick up awesome baby shower gifts and hold onto them for the moment a loved one or friend announces their pregnancy! Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom and sign up for our giveaway!!!

When you have a little one at home, you look for products that can help you and be great for them too! Snuggle Me is the original co-sleeping bed for infants that provides a safe sleeping area for your little one. This product, however, can be used for other things such as tummy time too! The possibilities are numerous with this patented product.

There are 4 options for a Snuggle Me Co-sleeping Bed — Original, Organic, Pure and Wool. All of the products are made with the same high quality parts and are manufactured in the US. The difference comes in the fabric and materials used to make them. From ivory fleece to organic lamb’s wool, the Snuggle Me line provides something for every new Mom and baby. This would make a great gift for the expectant or new Mom this Holiday season! Check out the full review post HERE.

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About Snuggle Me

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10 years ago, we created and patented the first-ever, multi-functional lounging and co-sleeping cushion for babies. The idea was to recreate the womb with a portable, comforting cushion that could be used for co-sleeping, daily naps near mom, or for providing a familiar place to rest while traveling.

Our little invention was such a huge success in supporting mamas postpartum that it is now recommended by midwives, doulas, infant massage therapist & pediatric chiropractors all over the world as the “must-have” product for co-sleeping families.

Giveaway

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One reader will win a Snuggle Me Organic ($140 value) by using the Rafflecopter form below to enter. All entries will be verified and all entrants must be 18+ older and reside in the US. The winner will be contacted via email and will have 24 hours to claim their prize. The participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment.

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  1. Linda Stewart says:

    I don’t even have to stop and think about this one. I had a friend this week with a unique story. She has been oh so very sick for a good long while. She is a Gastric Bypass patient as well as suffering with PCOS. She had been told that due to the PCOS and her weight she would never be able to bear children. Even after somewhat successful Gastric Bypass surgery, and quiet a bit of weight loss, she is still considered severely obese. Anyway … After a large barrage of test and many doctor appointments later it was determined the constant nausea and pain was due to large uterine fibroid tumors and the solution to her sickness and pain was a fibroid embolization. Surgery was scheduled for Monday morning. During the pre-op workup on Monday morning this precious family was given the news that would forever change their lives. Jennifer was pregnant!! Not only was she pregnant, but she was 37 weeks pregnant!!! Pregnant!! Tuesday she went in for her first official OB appointment, considered extremely high risk, and during that appointment found out that by the end of the day on Tuesday she would no longer be pregnant, but she would be a mother. A few hours later she gave birth to an adorable 8lb 4oz baby boy. Mama is doing amazing well considering an emergency C-Section. Baby Gage has a few medical things going on and will spend a few days in NICU being monitored and tested due to medications Jennifer took while pregnant that could have some impact on baby Gage’s overall health. He has some trouble breathing but considering she had no prenatal care, was on medications not recommended for use during pregnancy, and the fact that he came into this world totally, to parents who were totally unprepared to be parents, they are all doing amazingly well.
    That said … without a doubt I would gift this to Jennifer and Ronnie for their new bundle of joy. You know … since they have absolutely nothing prepared for their baby boy 🙂

  2. Virginia Rowell says:

    I would gift this to my son who will have his first child (it’s a boy!) in about three weeks!

  3. I would keep this for my daughter

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