Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Competition to win a trio of #anywayupcup

Competition Alert!

When Jasper was a baby - he's now 8 - I had one of the iconic, no spill, anywayup "Moo" Cups, as we called it.  I ended up getting several as I was mightily upset when the inlaw's let it be carelessly tossed from the pram - anyone find one in Rothamstead Park and it's mine by the way!  OK I was a new mama and am now over it but at the time *spitting*


So I was really interested in other products they had developed.  The little boy I look after is 19 months old (I have parental permissions for the pic), and he's been using the no spill cup, designed to help train children to begin to use any cup.  It's a great invention, but I would say if they hurl it with enough force they can still spill some *water, but not enough to get stressed about :)

* I only ever give water to the children, sounds mean, but I only serve liquid I don't want my carpet to wear!

And now we have the brand new Bird Cups, and I am running a competition for someone to win a Trio of them!   They are set to launch during September, so to get your hands on a shiny brand new set, just fill in the rafflecopter below, couldn't be simpler.   We'll pick a winner at random after the closing date!

 a Rafflecopter giveaway Good luck!
Annie
p.s. I am loving reading all your comments, unfortunately I can't answer all at the moment otherwise I would be in danger of winning them myself, and that would never do *sighs*



55 comments:

  1. Spilages on the carpet is something happening here right now. I used the moo cup with my eldest son, who has poor coordination, but it worked a treat.

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  2. Oh I would love this, never heard of them before and after my messy 2 year old, my little number two will be due early next year :)

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  3. Would love to win this as I will donate it to charity, to go to Romania.

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  4. These would be such a god send! - thank you for the chance x

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  5. I would love to win as I have two baby's that drink so much and I'm always in need of cups also I have been searching for the one that trains them to sip from a normal cup for ages but I cant find one anywhere

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  6. elizabeth barker23 August 2012 at 07:34

    Nothing wrong with only giving your kids water. It is good for them. These cups look great.

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  7. These cups are really good. Great idea

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  8. sound brilliant for grandsons

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  9. very handy save some spillages

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  10. Love these cups, grandaughter would love one

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  11. Please put me into the draw - thank you xx

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  12. I have never seen them before, they look like a clever idea.

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  13. These cups are really good. Great idea

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  14. helenwitcomb@hotmail.co.uk24 August 2012 at 14:37

    Love these cups.

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  15. They look a clever idea!! Great giveaway!

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  16. A clever idea. Ben is just getting mobile and really doesn't like a "baby" cup - so something like this looks ideal!

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  17. i love the moo cup, hope these new ones are just as good

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  18. My son is just ready for one of these!

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  19. love to win these for my 3 grandchildren

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  20. My autistic son still uses an anyway up cup in bed, it works a treat. k.mayhead@btinternet.com

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  21. These are great cups, thanks for the giveaway.

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  22. always going to come in handy and my new sofa will thank me

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  23. The piece of baby equipment I couldn't have done without was a Dummy-I have 5 children and I would much rather have a happy baby with a Dummy than a miserable child without.As a child I sucked my fingers until I was well into my teens and at least a Dummy can be taken away easier.I still bite my nails-they look awful.

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  24. We couldn't do without our nappy bin! Has saved us lots of trips to the outdoor bin! xx

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  25. There's SOOOO many!!! My favourite has to be the Lamaze wrist and foot rattles. Dex has suspected torticullus and this has totally helped him use new muscles.

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  26. I'm a massive fan of using the glo lights to show the temperature of his nursery and also doubles up as a nightlight!

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  27. When I was 4 I split orange diluting juice on my Aunt's new carpet. I'm 48 now, and I still promise her when I have a drink that I won't spill it this time!

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  28. These are brilliant , Keira had a cow cup when she was small and as soon as Rosie is big enough - she will too!

    The other piece of baby equipment I couldn't do without is my handblender , for pureeing Rosie's meals :-)

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  29. I could not do without the dummy!!

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  30. I couldn't do without baby wipes - I use them for everything and will probably still buy them when my two have grown up and left home! I had a moo cup for my son, but he lost it too! I was sad too... :)

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  31. When I had my babies many years ago I had to use terry nappies with disposable ones just for special occasions!
    So I would say nowadays I couldn't do without disposable nappies

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  32. Bouncy chair it's a lifesaver as can bounce it with my foot whilst cooking!

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  33. cool cup. along with the cup and baby wipes what can go wrong? ok dont answer that!

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  34. I couldnt do without my daughters highchair!

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  35. A safety gate as it keeps my little ones in the living room & out of harms way!

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  36. A simple one, but baby wipes!

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