Being a parent can be confusing at times. Knowing what you need for your baby, and the best things to buy can be a real minefield. That’s part of the reason I run Tried & Tested each week – so many parent bloggers link up with their reviews of a whole range of baby and toddler products, so you can get a sense of what real parents think of real products, rather than just reading a description in a magazine or a bit of online promotion.
Tesco Baby feel the same way, which is why they have launched their new Mum’s Choice club. It’s a place where you can see other parents reviews and rate products yourself, as well as receiving a monthly email packed full of advice for the stage of parenting you are at, whether you’re pregnant, caring for a tiny baby or running around after a boisterous toddler, as well as expert advice and videos on every topic, from staying comfy during pregnancy and essential breastfeeding tips to first aid know-how and fun activities for little ones. There will even be exclusive prize draws for Mum’s Choice members where you could win pampering beauty treatments, expert cookbooks or baby and toddler essentials – and other great prizes.
One of my favourite features is the Mum’s Choice Awards. This will showcase the very best baby and toddler products, as chosen by parents themselves. There are so many ‘awards’ out there, but very few which are chosen by mums and dads on the front line. These awards will shout about the products that really work, in real homes, with real families, so you know that the items you choose will work for you.
Every parent who signs up to the Tesco Baby Mum’s Choice club before August 31st will be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 Tesco voucher. What are you waiting for? Just imagine how many nappies, wipes and toddler snack you could buy with that! You would even have some left over for a nice little mum treat – big box of chocolates anyone?
Do you love the sound of the Mum’s Choice club? I think it’s a great idea for parents at every stage – and as a huge #TriedTested advocate (obviously), it really appeals to me. Would love to know what you think?
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