Thursday, September 24, 2009

Giveaway - Baby Au Lait Bib

I’ve been thinking a lot about sleep lately. How much I’m getting, how much I’m not getting, and when I’m going to get more. So this month’s giveaway is all about sleep. To enter, simply comment on this post and tell me how old your little one was when he or she first slept through the night. Or, share a bit of advice about kids and sleep. I’ll randomly select one of the comments to win a very cool Bebe Au Lait Bib.

The Bebe Au Lait Bib is machine washable, reversible, and big enough to really protect baby’s clothes and skin. Rather than closing with itchy Velcro or cumbersome ties, it secures with two double-sided magnets. And, due to its innovative reversible design, you’ll be able to use it multiple times even if you haven’t had a chance to wash it.

When you comment, make sure you include your first name and e-mail address so we can let you know you’ve won. You also might also want to add your e-mail to the mailing list for this blog so that you know when we have our next contest! The deadline for this contest is October 10th, 2009. Good luck and happy sleeping. :)


  1. I have a 6 month old boy(David) who slept through the night since day 1!! He is a Godsend! On the other hand my daughter(Gabriela-who is 2) still wakes up between 4:30-5am every morning! AHHHH


  2. DD#1 slept thru around 5 months; DS slept thru around 6 months; and DD#2 slept thru at 7 weeks! Couldn't believe it!

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  3. I have no idea when my peanut really slept thru the night. . . those months all blur together. I can tell you she was about 7 weeks old when she started sleeping for a 5 hour stretch and that was good enough for me. I considered that a night's sleep for me- or at least good enough.


  4. Jordan slept through the night at 10 weeks, Emilie at 10 months, and Maya and Eden somewhere in between. It seems the more consistent we were with sleeping and feeding schedules, the sooner the girls slept through the night. It's sometimes hard to be that organized though when you're running on such little sleep yourself! I don't think I've slept through the night since I married my husband - any advice for loud snorers??

  5. Thanks for the posts, ladies. I randomly picked #3 to win the Bebe Au Lait Bib-- congrats, Erin! Kasia is now 7 weeks and she's also sleeping for a 5 hours stretch. Yay, me! :)