Playtex Baby Giveaway {worth $300!}

Did you chat with us tonight during the Playtex Baby Twitter party? We had a fabulous time sharing advice and our best tips, and reminiscing about all things baby. If you didn’t get a chance to join us, you should check out the #PlaytexBaby stream – You are sure to find some great info!

As promised, Playtex Baby wants to give one of you a bundle of amazing products for the new mom or mom-to-be. You can enter to win a Playtex Baby prize pack, featuring a Playtex Drop-Ins Premium Nurser Gift Set, Playtex Double Electric Breast Pump, Playtex Drop-Ins Breast Milk Storage Kit, a copy of Heading Home With Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality and a $175 gift card to a top baby product retailer (ARV: $300.00 USD).

How to enter:

Mandatory entry –

  • Leave me a comment telling me about the best piece of advice you received when you brought home Baby.

For additional entries you may leave me a separate comment after each of the following –

  • “Like” the Playtex Baby Facebook page.
  • Tweet a link to this giveaway and include my Twitter handle – @YoungMommy – and @PlaytexBaby
  • Share a link to this giveaway on your Facebook page.

All entries must be received before 9pm (PT) on May 21st. Winner will be chosen at random and notified via email shortly after.

Happy feeding!

Playtex is paying me and providing the prize(s) and for this promotion at no cost to me. This promotion is not being administered or sponsored in any way by Playtex or its affiliates, but solely by me. Any questions or comments regarding this promotion must be sent to me at insert website and not to Playtex.


  1. Jill L says

    Just enjoy the baby and don’t worry about the dishes. Babies grow up way too fast. Love em and hold em while you can.

  2. Julie L says

    Just enjoy the wonderment and joy of having your baby….I was told how time flies by so fast-and it does…much to my sadness…dont’fret about your housework..treasure it please….I speak from experience it was the one of the happiest times of my life

  3. Terri P. says

    The best advice I received was to go with my instincts vs. information in a book. I learned to use both my instincts and the knowledge of books together rather than focusing on one over the other. Thanks!

  4. says

    My best advice was that you can NOT spoil a newborn. Hold her as often as you want and keep her close 😉

    BTW – i LOVE my playtex dropins. Having this prize would really boost our bottle supply now that my baby girl is getting ready for bigger bottles. Those 4 ounce ones just aren’t enough and I haven’t bought the bigger bottles :)
    Chaunna´s last blog post ..5 Low-Cost Ways To Have A Funtastic Friday With Your Family

  5. Michael says

    Best advice I got was not to whisper and tip toe around sleeping baby but use normal voices. That way the baby will be used to those sounds and could sleep through it.

  6. says

    The best advice I’ve received is to not take other’s comments and ideas on how to raise a baby too seriously. Advice is good but you’ll know what your little one needs.

  7. Katie says

    Best advice = “don’t sweat the little stuff.” We started out by freaking out at every rash, diaper leak, and cry, but soon learned that they’re all a part of being/having a baby and that there’s nothing you can do to prevent them, so just clean up, ointment up, and soothe baby and carry on like it never happened.

  8. amy h says

    Best advice…don’t be embarrassed or too proud to accept the help that is offered by family and friends.

  9. says

    Leave me a comment telling me about the best piece of advice you received when you brought home Baby.

    She’s not here yet, but the best advice I’ve been given so far is to embrace and enjoy every day, because baby will change so much every single day. :)
    Lara´s last blog post ..The Belly- Week 32

  10. Erin E says

    I’m currently 8 months pregnant with our first, so I don’t have any advice yet, but I will say that I think that being calm and confident is key. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
    sewmuchstuff at ymail dot com

  11. Alyssa Hamilton says

    Haha…that little boys like to give you surprise showers, so always keep a washcloth on hand to cover him up if he needs to be diaper free for more than a millisecond! :0

  12. Melinda Gordon says

    The best piece of advice I received was to enjoy and savor every second!!! I have been and it has been the best days of my life!

  13. Littlemamameow says

    He’s only been home for a few weeks but so far the best advice I’ve gotten is to sleep when he sleeps (advice I should take more often) and that he won’t like baths so dont freak out

  14. Christal Couturier says

    Take all the help you can get,so you can sleep. You are no good when tired and cranky

  15. Katherine Dunn says

    liked playtex baby on facebook (kate dunn)

    kylie8cake (at) gmail (dot) com

  16. tina reynolds says

    Too enjoy it, that it goes by way to fast, and also to relax and not worry about everything being perfect, and to trust your instincts thanks so much for the chance to win

  17. Lyndsey R. says

    The best advise I was given was to put the baby in the crib and walk away when you get frusterated from the intense amount of crying. Crying will not hurt the baby for just a couple minutes and will give you a minute of peace.

    lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  18. Lyndsey R. says

    I like Playtex Baby on FB as Lyndsey Rullman.

    lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  19. Lyndsey R. says

    I shared the link on FB as Lyndsey Rullman.

    lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  20. Christina says

    The best piece of advice I received was to sleep when the baby sleeps and let the housework go.
    christina.brundick at gmail dot com

  21. Steph A says

    The best advice I can think of was to sleep when you can and take time to relax because with a baby sometimes you can forget to do this!

  22. Stephanie A says

    I haven’t brought home baby yet, but people keep telling me to enjoy her while she is little because she is going to grow like a weed!

    sassygirl4u27 at gmail dot com

  23. kathy pease says

    the best piece of advice was that if i needed anything to call and ask for help and to get lots of rest..because at first it can be very overwhelming

  24. Tara L says

    THe best advice I received is that it is ok to wake my baby up for regular feedings

  25. Mellissa C says

    Your are gone to make mistakes as a new mother. Try not to be so hard on yourself, That was great advice!

  26. Michelle M says

    The best advice I received was to sleep when baby slept. I take advantage of that as much as I can.
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  27. Debbie Kennedy says

    The best advice I got was to make the bed with 2 sheet sets, with a mattress protector in the middle, so if baby got sick and the sheet got wet, you just have to rip off the first layer, and don’t have to worry about remaking the bed!

  28. Amanda says

    I’m still waiting on baby to arrive, so I haven’t received any advice about what to do when I bring her home.