Baby Gizmo Weekly Giveaway: Beaba Babycook

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BabyGizmo.com’s Giant Weekly Giveaway is a fabulous Beaba Babycook Baby Food Maker.

All you have to do is log in at BabyGizmo.com to be entered to win! Winner will be chosen at random from all the people that log in and/or leave a comment!    Giveaway ends on Sunday, January 23, 2011 at 11:59pm CST.

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*Plus, you will receive extra entries into the giveaway if you:

1)  Leave a comment below and tell us why you should win this fabulous Beaba Babycook Baby Food Maker!

2) Comment on Baby Gizmo’s Facebook Page!

3)  Twitter about the contest!  (You need to leave a comment here and let us know you Tweeted it.  That’s 2 extra entries if you do though!  One for the Tweet and one for the comment here!

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Comments

  1. Kylee says

    I made all of my sons (2.5 years now) baby food myself, boiled, steamed, roasted and pureed in a food processor. This would have helped so much! I would love this for myself for out next baby or for my best friend who is expecting her 1st child this year.

  2. Andrea peacock says

    I am almost through my first trimester of a blessed pregnancy that we had been told may not happen for us. I definitely want to make my own organic baby food when the time comes for solids! Only the best for this miracle baby!

  3. Erica Simon says

    This looks like something I can really use! We will be starting solids soon and I am planning on making my own baby food. This would make things so much easier!

  4. Colleen says

    My daughter is tube fed and we want to start blending her diet because formula does not seem to agree with her. This seems so easy.

  5. Alexis says

    I enjoyed making food for my first child (the hard way). this would have been a life saver. Would love to give it a try for the next :)

  6. says

    My son is almost 5 months, and we are getting ready to start solids. I have made food for my other 4 children, but it always is a bit cumbersome, with lots of pots involved. This looks so easy!

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