When I was seven months pregnant with Mademoiselle I remember walking into Mothercare & just crying. The feeling of not knowing what I needed for my new baby was immense.
Why didn’t I know the difference between a body and a sleepsuit? How many swaddling blankets – what was a swaddling blanket? Then there were decisions like cots or Moses baskets? Wipes or a Top n’ Tailer? It was a whole new world and one that was completely overwhelming!
But help is always at hand, and attending the Baby & Toddler Show was really helpful. I was pregnant to bursting when I went, waddling around the exhibition like an oversized whale. But for me & Dadtired it was really valuable.
So I’m delighted to offer a pair of COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS to The Baby & Toddler Show, at Sandown Park, Surrey (7-9th April).
At the show there’ll be a variety of big brand names, innovative products, local companies and services and experts who are ready to give you a helping hand in parenthood.
Being a new mum & managing a toddler is at times exhausting & scary but always amazing, but I also found it challenging at times without some direction & advice.
At the Baby & Toddler Show there are opportunities to meet a range of brands, save money on baby essentials and guaranteed best prices on car seats, prams, buggies and furniture – all the big name brands will be there including Bugaboo, Britax, Mamas & Papas, Maxi-Cosi, Quinny, Silver Cross, Cosatto, Bloom, Cybex, Joolz and many more…
There will also be expert speakers giving advice on everything from sleeping, feeding, budgeting, first aid and generally just how to cope with being a new parent!
Sandown Park is easy to get to from London and the South East, Berkshire, Hampshire, Sussex and Kent.
For your chance to WIN a PAIR OF TICKETSto The Baby & Toddlershow, Sandown Park between 7-9 April 2017, enter via Rafflecopter below & good luck!
I'm Tracey, nice to meet you. Mummyshire was 'born' three years ago after we moved from London to the Oxford countryside. Here I chart our journey adjusting to our new lives, the challenges of being in the countryside & surviving parenthood.