A New Tradition! Let’s Carry it Onwards

on October 2, 2012

Traditions are supposed to be made, right? Well we think so and starting today we are commencing a brand new Australia and New Zealand Babywearing Week Tradition, one we hope will continue on……

We have two gorgeous prize packs up for grabs which each include: a NEW *sample* Ergobaby Bamboo Forest carrier (yet to be released); 2 x Chameleon Cloth Nappies (RRP $35.95) from Cushie Tushies and Regular Breastfeeding Pads (RRP $9.95) from MamaMinx; and a Beans and Nuggets Baltic Amber children’s necklace from AmbeRocks (RRP $25.00).

The catch? Well the prizes aren’t for you! You need to nominate a winner, someone you think can truly benefit from this bundle of goodies. It could be your best friend who is expecting her first baby; your neighbour who you have observed trying to awkwardly carry their one year old in their arms whilst walking their dog. It could be a babywearing event or a local charity. You just need to convince us that they are one of the two people/events/charities that should snag this sweet prize.

The start of a new tradition at Australia and New Zealand Babywearing Week starts with this competition…..the opportunity to share and grow the babywearing community by gifting a new Ergobaby carrier and goodies to someone you think would truly benefit from our prize pack. Go on….enter today and SHARE the competition with others.

Donna ‘Scanlan’ Seymour
Haley Tui Hazel


CLOSES: Midnight, Sunday 7 October, 2012

Terms and Conditions
Our competitions are open only to Australian and New Zealand residents aged 18 and over.
Two winners will be selected to award their nominated group/individual a prize pack which includes: 1 NEW *sample* Ergobaby Bamboo Forest carrier from Babes in Arms; 2 Chameleon Cloth Nappies (RRP $35.95 each) from Cushie Tushies; 2 Regular Breastfeeding Pads (RRP $9.95 each) from MamaMinx; 1 Beans and Nuggets Baltic Amber Childrens necklace from AmbeRocks (RRP $25.00).
This competition is a game of skill. The winning entry will be chosen by a selection panel based on the entrant’s creativity and skill in answering the nominated questions.
The judges’ decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered in to.
All entrants must follow the instructions provided
Babes in Arms reserves the right to change the dates of the promotion if required. Also, if there are compelling technical or administrative reasons which we cannot control, Babes in Arms can cancel or modify the promotion. Notice of any changes to the promotion will be given at blog.babesinarms.com.au
The winners will be notified by email and their name will be published on the Babes in Arms blog within 2 weeks of selection
Babes in Arms reserves the right to select an alternate winner if BIA’s determines in its sole discretion that the winner/s do not adequately satisfy these terms and conditions.
Prizes are not transferrable and not redeemable for cash.
The prize winner is responsible for any expenses, fees and costs connected with the prizes that are not included in the prize descriptions.
Babes in Arms and their promotional partners are not responsible for any loss or damage in relation to the prize once it has been awarded.
All entries become the property of Babes in Arms. Once submitted, your entry will not be returned to you. In return for entering the competition you grant Babes in Arms a worldwide, non-exclusive, irrevocable licence in perpetuity to reproduce, publish, adapt, communicate and broadcast all or part of your entry in any media for the purposes of this competition and inclusion in Babes in Arms branded products and marketing materials.
Babes in Arms will use the personal information contained in your entry to conduct the promotion, and award the prize.
If you win a prize, Babes in Arms can use your name to credit you for your entry and for marketing purposes.
  1. Amber green I would like to win for my mothers group which besides me is all first time mum’s l think they think Im very out of the norm with my cloth nappy love baby wearing and belief that Amber necklaces make all the difference because when ever I invite them to a Babywearing meet or give them advice they still seem to be doing them same think next week.which is fine everyone should for what’s best for them but it weat to win for them then maybe I could convert the whole groupwhichwould make a huge difference because Babywearing is not very big in my town/city and baby borns are used alot

    • anzbw Just remember to fill out the entry form!