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Welcome to our Spring issue!

Spring in definitely in the air and we have a wonderful selection of items to tempt you with. As word about the TIPS online community continues to spread we receive a steady stream of enquiries from companies interested in featuring in one of our e-newsletters. We have a very strict admission criteria and I carefully vet every single company before I make the final decision on which products or services to feature. 

My Story brings you the heartfelt account of a TIPS Tester's first few days as a new parent struggling to get to grips with the art of breastfeeding – I am sure many of you will relate to this. A lot of my time is spent counselling new parents who just need a little extra reassurance in those early days when confidence levels can be fragile. My aim to provide new mums (and dads) with the support they need when they need it - is a constant juggle.

The first featured website could provide the answer to my (and your), whose national PR campaign is about to be launched, has carefully sourced specialist advisors covering important lifestyle issues including all aspects of parenting. I one of the first 200 experts selected within four main categories. provides customers with easy access to trustworthy advice, at a time to suit. We have 100 £5 evouchers up for grabs so don't forget to enter mini-competition 3.

The second - is an excellent example of best practice in completely natural skincare run by a dynamic and passionate advocate of safe ecofriendly products (not just skincare). 

This natural theme continues with our featured bookOrganic Places to Stay UK & Ireland - a great resource for those of you who like to source organic products when away from home. This innovative and user-friendly directory of organic accomodation will make choosing your next holiday home child's play. You can even win a two-night stay (worth over £300) in the gorgeous Orchard Cottage.

Our featured DVDPelvicore Technique - is a simple but relaxing exercise programme with a difference. It focuses on the all-important pelvic floor which none of us can afford to ignore.

Please check out the TIPS website for information and advice on breastfeeding, baby skincarecup feeding, decongestantscord blood banking and of course the pages and pages of reviews for our latest TIPS award winning products. And enjoy the delightful collection of new pictures, sent in by members of the TIPS online community: including our favourite shots of a TIPS babytoddlerfamilybump and breastfeeder. And don't forget to read our new My Story.

See who won the e-competitions (drawn mid-month) and e-newsletter 12 main competition for Natracare hamper of goodies and of course our mini-competitions. Read on for details of some wonderful new prizes on offer, including the seven mini-competitions! Good luck...

Remember if you're not 'in' you can't win!


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Dedicated advice line: Remember you can contact me on my own Speak Now number, you can call me anytime on 09064006215* if I am unable to answer immediately, press 1 and you will receive a free text to alert you when I am next free.

My speciality subjects are breastfeeding and baby skincare although I am happy to take calls on any midwifery related issues.

Press and Media: If you are looking for expert advice on midwifery related topics you can also call me on my advice line.

*£1.50/min from a BT landline. Calls from Mobiles and other networks may vary.

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured products :: Dribblebuster..tipsducktipsduck


The Dribblebuster® is much more than a simple bib. It is the perfect solution for dribbly babies, especially during teething. In this case necessity is the Grandmother of invention: designer Alison developed this clever product because she wanted to keep her grandson dry and show off his lovely outfits at the same time.

We recruited ten Parent Testers with babies aged between four and six months and sent them a Dribblebuster® to test - making sure the colour was suitable for the sex of each baby. 
Comments were extremely positive. Most Testers were surprised that such an ingenious product was available. With such positive feedback, I did not hesitate to give the Dribblebuster® a TIPS Clever Design award. You can see the full review and pictures of the Dribblebuster here


For a chance to win one of one of six Dribblebusters (listed in the Daily Mail '10 of the best healthy baby products' feature) check out mini-competition 1

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured products :: Yes! SuperBaby..tipsducktipsduck


When testing the YesSuperBaby® toys I wanted to examine their potential to be more than just a plaything. I asked TIPS Testers to explore this and the potential for these products to enhance the attachment parenting experience – something I am always keen to promote.
We recruited ten Parent Testers with babies aged between three and eight months and sent out five Miracle Scarves™ and five Miracle Bands™. Before testing, Testers were asked to read evidence-based guidelines. These included detailed information on attachment parenting, safety issues associated with the manufacturing of toys and hygiene as well as an explanation of what makes a successful baby toy. A well-designed toy should:

  • comply with the current safety regulations
  • be washable
  • be reasonably price, and above all
  • provide fun and stimulation for baby.

We are delighted to award YesSuperBaby® toys a TIPS Clever Idea AwardYou can see the full review and pictures of the winning toys here

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For a chance to win one of three YesSuperBaby® toys check out 
mini-competition 2

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured website :: www.greatvine.comtipsducktipsduck ® (


I was first contacted by Natalia 16 months ago, at the beginning of a lengthy development process which culminated in the launch of®. One of my first comments to her was: 'this is so blindingly simple - it should have been done before!'
From time to time we all find ourselves thinking, 'I wish I knew someone who could answer this question for me.' Now, you do.® is a revolutionary new service. provides people with direct access to leading experts who will offer them help and advice in return for a per-minute fee. 
The® pioneering website has more than 200 leading experts ready to provide specialised and quality information on all aspects of parenting, health and well-being and education. The service aims to be a trusted source of reliable information in a world where it is often difficult for internet users to assess the quality and reliability of online information.
All's experts (Sharon herself is listed under the sub-topics bathing your baby and breastfeeding & weaning) have been handpicked. Their work experience and qualifications were assessed to ensure the best professionals were recruited for this. These specialists provide reliable, individual advice to improve the lives of's users.
Through®, people can book telephone appointments with experts of their choice and download high quality materials at the click of a button.
Particular benefits of this service include: choice, convenience, access to experts who may be geographically remote and confidentiality - it is also possible to call anonymously. With Greatvine experts you can rest assured you are in good hands.
The experts are available to offer advice on a number of topics including pregnancy, breastfeeding, sleep, post-natal depression, morning sickness, continence, raising teenagers and fathering.® makes it very easy for people to access trustworthy, high quality individual advice and get support for any problems associated with parenting, health and wellbeing. Please visit their website here.® have teamed up with TIPS to offer 100 £5 e-vouchers to use against a telephone consultation (maybe one-to-one counselling time with Sharon or any other expert). Check out mini-competition 3 to see how could you win an evoucher.

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured website ::www.nothingnasty.comtipsducktipsduck


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Nothing Nasty is a small, family run business, based in Monmouthshire, Wales. Handmade in small batches, their products are very fresh.
Elin contacted me last month and we have been constantly in contact since then (can't believe it has taken us this long to find each other). Our philosophy on baby skincare is identical and we share the same concerns, including the dangers of sun protection products (the TIPS FAQs on sun protection have been updated as a direct result of my correspondence with Elin). I am very excited about this excellent range of simple but effective products which are brimming with good stuff - proving my mantra that 'less really is more'!
Elin Ross Pedersen founded Nothing Nasty in 2001. Pregnant at the time, Elin wanted to eat the best possible food (mainly organic and local produce) to give her first born as good a start as possible. 
When Rebecca was born, Elin wanted to create a safe healthy environment for her. She started to consider all the dubious ingredients used in household cleaning products. Alarmed to find how noxious these were, Elin started to make her own completely natural cleaning products, and called them "Nothing Nasty". But this was just the beginning. So many common products around the home were unnatural concoctions, stamped with health warnings. And with so many toxic ingredients in everyday products it was really hard to know what was safe. 
Especially scary were the ingredients commonly found in skincare products. Elin started to scrutinise the small print on the labels. She realised that some of the products could really be harmful. 
She decided to research traditional ways of making skin care products, naturally. How did people keep their skin healthy in the past? What have native societies used to look after their skin? What herbs, nuts, and plants produce the best, most beneficial extracts? 
The next step for Elin was to start making skin care products over the kitchen sink – mixing up moisturisers, stirring lip salves, blending hand creams…It wasn't difficult, just time-consuming, and fun. A sprinkle of rose petals here, a dash of avocado oil there. 
In the beginning, she gave her Nothing Nasty creations as gifts to friends and family. Word began to spread, and people started to ask if she would I sell the products. Elin started to sell Nothing Nasty products at the local market - this was the perfect way to get close to people, to hear about their skin care problems and concerns, and based on their feedback, hone the first range of natural skincare products. 
Nothing Nasty products are 100 percent natural. The colours are naturally occurring colours in oils and butters. The scents in these products are naturally occurring from the herbs and essential oils used. No synthetic perfumes or preservatives are added. The ingredients listed on the website are just as they are in the products. Nothing else. Nothing Nasty only makes skin care products that Elin uses on her own and her family's skin.
I assessed the Nothing Nasty products rigorously before agreeing to work with them – I do this with every company. I wanted to make sure that Nothing Nasty products are not aimed at the newborn market - in her literature Elin advises a water-only regime on newborn skin. I also needed to ensure that quantities of essential oil used in the baby oil were low enough to be absolutely safe - essential oils can be potent, especially for babies and young children. The standard therapeutic dose of essential oil added to a carrier oil is 30 drops per 100mls. In the Nothing Nasty baby oil this is reduced to 10 drops, which is excellent. I am highly impressed with Elin's background knowledge and am more than happy to recommend these lovely products - you can visit the Nothing Nasty website to see the full range here.

For a chance to win one of five 100ml bottles of her gorgeous Bonbon baby oil (RRP: £18.50) kindly donated by Elin, check out mini-competition 4 .This oil contains only cold pressed organic sunflower oil and tiny amounts of lavender essential oil.

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured book :: Organic Places to Staytipsducktipsduck

Organic Places to Stay UK & Ireland 
3rd Edition
By Linda Moss

Published 5 February 2009 by Green Books
RRP: £12.95
ISBN: 978-1900322447

For more information go to their website


As a new mum I want to ensure my child gets the very best nutrition possible - whether at home, eating out and definitely when on holiday! In an age of fast food culture, where pre packaged and processed foods are widely available, it would be easy to opt for convenience - especially when away from home. However, growing numbers of people are becoming aware of the dangers of pesticides and organophosphates, so many are increasingly looking for a return to a healthier way of living and eating - something akin to 'The Good Life'!
Linda Moss's 'Organic Places to Stay' offers an exceptional guide to some of the most picturesque corners of the British Isles complemented with tips on how to plan an organic get away. The book lists small hotels, guest houses and B&Bs, self catering accommodation and campsites. It combines maps with colour coded guides, photographs and contact details for all accommodation listed. The guide also indicates if the accommodation is on a certified organic farm or has organic certification for their kitchen garden, restaurant, etc. It should be noted that many of the contributors to the book have been nominated for various awards not only for growing their own organic produce, but also for promoting local food and drink on their menus.
This book is a necessary companion for those of us who relish the idea of fresh organic produce, home baking and the provision of veggie hampers for a weekend away. By including such varied accommodation as an organic farm in Worcestershire and a campsite with tepees in Pembrokeshire, this guide ensures it caters for everyone!
Review by Claire (TIPS parent tester)
When Linda Moss contacted me to discuss swapping links I was unaware of this resource. Since the publication Organic Places to Stay was first published in October 2006, there has been a significant increase in the profile of all things organic, green and environmental. This includes an interest in the availability of locally produced food and drink products in different areas. Much has been written about places to stay in relation to food and regional cuisine. Farmers' markets, farm shops and food and drink festivals have become increasingly popular with locals and tourists alike, giving everyone the opportunity to find out about local food.
Around half the establishments in the book are involved in producing organic food. The other half simply has an interest in organic food and try to source their produce carefully to create regional specialities and, in many instances, innovative cuisine. Information about the availability of organic food is given for tourists who choose self-catering options on organic farms. 
For organic places to stay in Europe and further afield visit Created by Linda Moss in 1999, this website has grown over the years to include around 600 places to stay in over fifty countries abroad, as well as 600 places to stay in the UK and Ireland. 
I am delighted to showcase Linda's book and website. I can also assure you that Linda's passion for all things organic matches my own passion for breastfeeding and baby led parenting. I heartily applaud her vision and can highly recommend this comprehensive selection of organic holiday properties. In fact I will be checking through her listings and aim to try one out the first chance I get!

For a chance to win one of two copies of Organic Places to Stay UK & Ireland check out mini-competition 6

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured forum :: TIPS forumtipsducktipsduck


Although our Forum is still in its infancy, traffic to the TIPS website has jumped by 25 percent since it was launched. The TIPS Forum includes a wide variety of topics including breastfeeding, baby skincare, parenting, stay-at-home mums, pregnancy, postnatal depression as well as movie and shopping offers info. It remains intimate enough for members to really get to know each other, and yet with 46 subheadings and many more threads to join the opportunities for discussion are endless. To encourage new members, we are offering five copies of my book, Breastfeeding: the essential guide to the first five people to join the Forum after publication of this e-newsletterYou can register here.

tipsducktipsduckFeatured event :: Baby Show tipsducktipsduck

Glasgow SECC, 24 to 26 April 2009


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I am delighted to be joining Colin and Janet Cordner on the Jackson Reece Baby Wipes stand (410F) where they will be selling their award winning bio-degradable, eco-friendly, carbon conscious baby wipes. This excellent product has won two TIPS awards (Best of the best award in 2007 and Editor's Choice award in 2008). I will be on hand to give new parents the most up-to-date baby skincare advice and to hand out copies of the latest version of the Babycare - back to basics™ leaflet, so come along and say hello.

For a chance to win one of eight tickets (worth £8 each) to the Glasgow Baby Show check out mini-competition 5

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tipsducktipsduck Featured event :: Off to a good starttipsducktipsduck

Glasgow Royal Concert Halls, 18 May 2009



NHS Health Scotland in partnership with NHS Education for Scotland and the Scottish Government are organising Off to a Good Start to encourage decision makers, service providers and practitioners from across all sectors to consider how they can work together to have a positive impact on the initiation and continuation of Breastfeeding.
I am delighted to announce that I will be presenting a poster at this exciting event. The title of my poster is Breastfeeding toolkit for supporters and I will be highlighting my latest article on breastfeeding. This was published last September in the Nursing in practice magazine - you can view the article here. Copies of the toolkit will be available to take away on the day.
To find out more about this event, visit the NHS Health Scotland website here.

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tipsducktipsduck New My Story :: Amytipsducktipsduck

We are delighted to introduce you to this issue's featured story by Amy. Read Amy's My Story here.

If you have a story that you would like to share, find out how to do this here. The best story will be published in the TIPS e-newsletter and the author will receive a small prize as a thank you for sharing it. So get writing - we look forward to reading your entries.

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured DVD :: Pelvicore Techniquetipsducktipsduck


Pelvicore Technique with Kari Bo
By Corewellness™ supported by
TENA advice line: 0845 30 80 80 30
DVD – approx 34 minutes:


  • Introduction – 2 mins
  • Know your body by Kari Bo – 4 mins
  • Pelvicore technique conditioning programme – 20 mins
  • Instant control technique – 2 mins
  • Real stories - 6 mins

Available free from

Supported by TENA, Core Wellness TM is a Europe wide campaign, which aims to improve women's health and wellbeing. The first program in this campaign is the Pelvicore Technique developed by Professor Kari Bo.
An exercise scientist and physiotherapist based at the Norwegian school of sports sciences in Oslo, Professor Kari Bo has spent the past 20 years researching and treating women with pelvic floor disorders. She is considered to be one of the world's leading experts in this field. 
The first section of the DVD tells you about the different pelvic floor muscles, how they work and what happens when they become weak. The most common symptom associated with such weakness is stress incontinence. It is reassuring that around 70 percent of sufferers experience great improvements by doing pelvic floor exercises. Kari Bo goes on to explain how you can isolate the pelvic floor muscles before guiding you through the 20 minute Pelvicore Technique programme. A short Instant Control technique is also demonstrated. This will help you train your pelvic floor muscles so you have an instant control tool when you need it most: when coughing, lifting and laughing.
As a mother of five large babies I have to admit that my own pelvic floor is undoubtedly weaker than it should be. I also have to admit to often forgetting to do my pelvic floor exercises. Any programme has to engage me and be easy to follow - I believe the Pelvicore Technique is a great example of good practice. I will definitely be following this gentle and relaxing exercise routine which anyone could do and which has the potential to make a real difference to women's everyday lives.
It would have been good to include the website address (a missed opportunity for self promotion?) and the running time on the DVD. However, I was extremely impressed with the excellent advice provided – this was refreshingly free from commercial bias.
You can order a free copy of the DVD online. Detailed information and advice on bladder weakness (for men and for women) is available at where you can also order free samples of products.

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tipsducktipsduckFeatured podcast :: My baby radiotipsducktipsduck


Sharon's latest interview featuring the recent Dribblebuster and Miracle product awards (including advice on breastfeeding, cot death and bed-sharing too) is now being featured online. Previous interviews on breastfeeding, baby skincare, cup feeding, baby baths, cuddle towels and decongestants are regularly broadcast on at 10am and 5pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays (in the 'ask an expert' slot). Click on the logo at the foot of our homepage and follow the link to 'Today's shows' then click on 'Tune in' to listen online.

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TIPS Awards winners are featured in the national press!
In the 10 March 2009 Daily Mail Good Health supplement, no fewer than three TIPS award-winning products were listed in the '10 of the best healthy baby products'. Nice to see the national press are keeping an eye on the results pages of TIPS! Have a look at the press clipping here.

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15 January – 14 February 2009
Q : When was the first TIPS e-newsletter published?
A: Spring 2007
WinnerSoshanna from London

15 February – 14 March 2009
Q: What is the name of the bib that has just been given a TIPS Clever design award?
A: Dribblebuster
Winner: Maura from Oxfordshire

e-newsletter 12 main competition

The lucky winner of Natracare bumper selection of natural products is Farhana from Essex

e-newsletter 12 mini competitions:

  1. The two lucky winners of of the Rhinodoron decongestants are: Natalija from Greater Manchester, Charlotte from Cheshire

  2. The lucky winner of the bag is:
    Vivi from Tyne and Wear

  3. The nine lucky winners of the Lanowool breast pads are:
    Kat from London
    Jenny from Berkshire
    Nisha from London
    from Ayrshire
    Pauline from West Midlands
    Gillian from Ayrshire
    Natalija from Greater Manchester
    Sarah from Lancashire
    Lesley from Hampshire

  4. The lucky winner of The winner of the Babysense CD is:
    Nicola from Ayrshire

  5. The lucky winner of the Baby-led weaning book is:
    Gillian from Renfrewshire

  6. The six lucky winners of the HalosnHorns photo competition are:
    Amy from Sussex
    Heather from Renfrewshire
    Vivi from Tyne and Wear
    from Ayrshire
    Pip from Kent
    Natalie from Buckinghamshire
    You can see the photos here.

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Remember you can contact me on my own Speak Now number, you can call me anytime on 09064 0062 15* if I am unable to answer immediately, I promise to call you back. My speciality subjects are breastfeeding and baby skincare although I am happy to take calls on any midwifery related issues.

Press and Media: If you are looking for expert advice on midwifery related topics you can also call me on my advice line.

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Above is the first incredible picture of baby Ashleigh with her mum just minutes after delivery. At 29 weeks and weighing only 1.12kg she is a tiny little miracle – we are thrilled to say that mum and baby are both doing well as you can see from our latest pictures (below).

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Jamie is our model toddler. His mummy was the lucky winner of the TIPS Xmas Hamper from e-newsletter 11. Here he is showing off the wonderful Tummy Tub packed full of award winning products. He is due to become a new big brother in the next few weeks so the prize couldn't have come at a better time.
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As a wee surprise for my long suffering hubby (who has just turned 50!) I have decided to sneak in a family shot of the Trotters. This snap was taken last year on top of a very windy tower which borders Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. It is unusual to find us all in the same place at the same time so this is a rare treat!
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We like innovative photos so when this one came in from TIPS tester Anna we were intrigued. Apparently her lovely dog Cub likes to give her bump a cuddle which we thought was lovely. This picture was taken a few days before the safe arrival of baby Bethan. Mummy, Daddy, Baby and Cub are all doing well!
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This is a beautiful picture of baby Anisa showing us how to achieve the perfect latch. I have been helping mummy and baby over the past few months (who said breastfeeding was easy?!) and after a few ups and downs (including the surgical division of a tongue-tie) both Mum and baby are not just breastfeeding but enjoying the experience too!
If you would like your baby or todder to feature in the next issue of the TIPS e-newsletter, just email me their picture.
Babycare – back to basics™ leaflet (version 7) – out now!


This award winning leaflet is distributed around the UK at various professional and parenting events. Health professionals and maternity units can buy hard copies – email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

for more information. As well as all the hints and tips you need about baby skincare, skin-to-skin contact and feeding but, this leaflet now includes the latest and safest advice on reducing the risk of cot death. Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

if you would like a free copy.

We are working on the draft for version 8 - so watch out for updates on the TIPS website.

TIPS top tips!

For excellent advice about the dangers associated with allergies to hair dyes plus safe alternatives to buy online go to: renaissancehenna

Sent in by Sabrina from London
For a chance to win Renaissance Henna goodies check out mini-competition 7


TIPS competitions
Orchard Cottage -competition

We are thrilled to announce a wonderful opportunity for one of our members to win a two-night stay for up to 5 people plus cot (worth approx £300) in the delightful Orchard Cottage, Johnsons Farm, Warrington. Situated in a quiet corner of an organic dairy farm, the cottage has been refurbished to a high standard. It is the ideal location for a family holiday with a difference. Visitors can experience the joys of bringing in the cows for milking (with help from Jess the wonder dog), feeding the calves, and harvesting fresh fruit and vegetables in season - all totally organic since 2000. There is a secure garden for children and many local child friendly attractions. Short stays on request. To the south of Lowton is Highfield Moss, part of which has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The 53 acre site was designated in 1986 for its biological interest (mainly mire communities, of which it is the best example in Greater Manchester). Find out more about the cottage here.

For a chance to win this wonderful prize answer the following question: In which county is Orchard Cottage? To enter, email your answers to Brigitte here. We will announce the winner in e-newsletter 14.

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bib mini-competition 1

For a chance to win one of six Dribblebuster bibs email the word 'Dribblebuster' to Brigitte here
We will announce the winner in the TIPS e-newsletter 14.


Yes!SuperBaby mini-competition 2

For a chance to win one of three Yes!SuperBaby® products (two scarves and one band) email the word 'Miracle' to Brigitte here. We will announce the winners in the TIPS e-newsletter 14.

YesSuperBabyLogo mini-competition 3

For a chance to win one of 100 £5 
e-vouchers for use on, email the word 'Greatvine' to Brigitte here.


Nothingnasty mini-competition 4

For a chance to win one of five bottles of Bonbon baby oil email the word 'Nothingnasty' to Brigitte here. We will announce the winners in the TIPS e-newsletter 14.


Glasgow Baby Show mini-competition 5

For a chance to win one of eight tickets (worth £8 each) to the Glasgow Baby Show email the words 'Baby Show' to Brigitte here by 14 April so we have time to post tickets to the winners. We will announce the winners in the TIPS e-newsletter 14.


Organic Places to Stay mini-competition 6

For a chance to one of two copies of Organic Places to Stay email the word 'organic' to Brigitte here. We will announce the winners in the TIPS e-newsletter 14.


Renaissance Henna mini-competition 7

For a chance to win a Renaissance Henna Natural hair colour kit plus Indian Jute bag(worth over £35) email the word 'henna' to Brigitte here. We will announce the winner in e-newsletter 14.


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