Giveaway: Bumble Bag, Carol's Daughter, and BabySoy just like celeb moms received
As seen in this May’s InStyle magazine, author Vicki Iovine‘s (The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy) A-list bash was enjoyed by celebrity moms like Gwen Stefani, Nelly Furtado, Maria Shriver, Jenna Elfman, Soleil Moon Frye, Holly Robinson Peete, and Nikka Costa. We want to treat you like one of these celebrity moms and give you the chance to win the ultimate goodie bag that was given to her guests. One lucky Celebrity Baby Blog reader will win a Bumble Bag Jessica Messenger/Backpack in Pink Latte stuffed with fabulous products like SIGG, Carol’s Daughter and BabySoy. This celebrity favorite bag is enduring style for the adventure. Designed especially for the mom on the go, it is resistant to everyday stains yet super soft and ultra feminine. Check out the entire Bumble collection at www.duematernity.com.
SIGG is a modern line of beverage bottles that are popping up all over as the must have item with stylephiles and the eco-conscious alike. They come in a vast array of designs and sizes and are nearly indestructible, totally recyclable and completely eco-friendly as they do not contribute to environmental waste (like plastic bottles do) nor do they leach harmful chemicals (such as Nalgene bottles do over time). These unique bottles have a special baked on non-porous interior liner that does not impart any taste or odors into the liquid. I’ve just ordered bottles for me and Anya to replace our respective sippy cups- I picked out the 0.6 litre Pattern (left) for myself and the 0.3 litre Spring Impression (right) for Anya.
BabySoy features clothing made from soybean fibers and is designed with nature’s softness – perfect for your baby’s first wardrobe. Soybean fiber is an eco-friendly and advanced textile fiber using renewable natural resources as raw material. It is being touted as the "vegetable cashmere". It has an incredibly soft to the hand feel, luster, loft and drape, combined with durability. Its porous structure and grooves on the fiber surface bring excellent wet permeability and warmth retention to keep babies warm and dry. Check out our review of the BabySoy line.