Update: Giveaway: Chicco's Cortina Travel System and toys
Update: The winner of Chicco’s Cortina Travel System and infants toys is Kelli from Grand Forks, ND, who said the stroller and car seat look "so comfy and safe for the baby while being so chic and yet convenient." She correctly answered the entry question about the number of bubble level guides that the Chicco KeyFit30 Infant Car Seat has: two.
The other winner, of course, is a family that Friends of the Family will give the other set to! Thanks to Chicco for donating the extra set to this family.
Chicco is happy to grant a holiday wish this year– a lucky CBB family, and a Friends of the Family family (see below) will receive the prize package that Chicco sends out to new celebrity moms- featuring Chicco’s Cortina Travel System including the new Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat, and five toys from Chicco’s collection for infants. The Cortina is a full size stroller packed with features for convenience, comfort, and safety.
The Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat holds infants from 4-30 lbs in the safest rear facing position, and is the newest version of the number one ranked Chicco KeyFit Infant Car Seat. The KeyFit 30 is easy to install and moves easily between the base in the car to the Cortina stroller.
We’ll also send you five adorable toys for infants including the Soft Kitten Neck Rest, Up and Down Musical Bear, Sleep N Play Musical Puppy, Caterpillar Bracelet, and Elephant Teething Blanket.
Enter to win this prize package! Visit ChiccoUSA.com to find the answer to this question: How many bubble level guides does the Chicco KeyFit 30 Infant Car Seat have to ensure accurate installation? Email your answer AND full name and mailing address to celebritybabyblog @ gmail.com.Make sure you put "Chicco" in the subject line in order for your entryto be counted. Giveaway closes Friday, December 7 at 9 am EST. (For giveaway terms & conditions, click here.)
The products sent to Friends of the Family will be given to a family in their Young Moms and Young Dads programs. These are two-year programs for teenage parents to help them manage the tremendous stresses of young parenthood. They are provided with transportation to and from class once a week, a hot meal, and childcare for their babies while they learn about parenting, the importance of their own educational achievement, possibilities for job training, and much more. Over the course of the program, they also form a great network of support with the other young parents.