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Win mum and baby pampering treats

Just post on the ThinkBaby Birth or Newborn threads in our Forum during February and you'll be entered into our draw to win mummylicious and little me goodies

Posted: 4 February 2008
by ThinkBaby

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The forums are an essential part of what makes ThinkBaby such a popular website for everyone from those trying to conceive to women with tons of questions in pregnancy to parents wanting to swap ideas and share experiences. To say thank you for all your wonderful contributions, we're going to enter everyone who posts on the Birth or Newborn forum threads automatically into a draw for a goodie bundle of pampering treats suitable for babies and new mums.

mummylicious creams, lotions and bubbles are suitable in pregnancy and when breastfeeding. Based in safe essential oils, they are great for your body and well-being, helping you to relax and feel luxuriously treated.
Alongside some mummylicious delights, the prize package includes treats from the little me range which accompanies mummylicious. Suitable from birth, these creams and bubbles help soothe your baby at bedtime, bathtime and even playful mat-time.

At the end of the month we'll make a draw from all the posts for February and post the name of the winner on the site.

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I just want to let people know that Great Ormond Street have a very helpful website for babies and children with birth marks.

My daughter Willow has a wee shooting star shaped port wine stain above her lip which no medical professional we encountered after her birth was willing to give conclusive advice on.

However after a net search i found the birthmark support group,and contacted a very kind lady called Toni Lingfield who heads up the pws group.

The advice given was reassuring and has sent us in the right direction.

It's good to know you are not on your own especially as people can be quite rude, the site provides you with both  practical and emotional support.

Posted: 04/02/2008 at 19:17

well done for them

Posted: 05/02/2008 at 08:02

Thanks for that Sharon, wish I'd known more about it earlier on. A really useful site.

The website is www.[b]birthmarks[/b]upport[b]group[/b]

Posted: 19/02/2008 at 20:08

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