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Giveaway: Skip Hop’s Cool Hare!

This is brilliant! A way to get your tot to sit still and be involved during what I call the morning hair brushing show-down (it’s like an old western movie at my house as my daughter stands across the room with her hands on her hips and stares me down. I stand on the other side, brush in hand ready to rumble) Skip Hop is always an innovator when it comes to baby and kid products so its no surprise they have come up with a fun and functional all-in-one grooming set which also complements any nursery! This Hare Brush & Comb Set has cute bunny ears which double as a useful brush and comb, each with a soft-grip handle sized perfectly for grown-ups’ hands. The soft brush bristles are gentle on your baby’s scalp, and the wide-toothed comb makes untangling hair a cinch. When you’re all done, your tot can coo at his perfectly coiffed locks in the round, baby-safe mirror on the bunny’s base. Very Clever Skip Hop…

WIN IT NOW! One lucky Project Nursery reader will win the “Hare” Baby Comb and Brush Set by Skip Hop and here’s how…

1. Comment on this post with your favorite Skip Hop product? (Their site is so fun to browse)

2. Extra entries are counted by 1) posting on our Project Nursery Forum (up to 5x) 2) subscribing or commenting that you are a subscriber and 3) blogging about our giveaway. Don’t worry, we track it all!

3. The winner will be selected at random by using

4. Contest ends Friday, November 28th, 11:59pm pst

CONTEST CLOSED – Congrats to Rebecca of Mommyhood Is Thankless. Visit her site for a listing of great giveaways found on the web.


Caryn B

Friday 28th of November 2008

I like the Skip Hop Playspot!


Friday 28th of November 2008

My favorite is the Farm Friends table fun set. How cute to eat off of those.


Friday 28th of November 2008

I love the City Chic Diaper Bag.


Friday 28th of November 2008

The Day to Night Baby Log with illuminated Time Capsule sounds handy, I'm having my second child in two weeks and I know that between a newborn and a 2-year-old I could use help keeping organized. Thanks!

Vicki wurgler

Friday 28th of November 2008

I like the playspot interlocking foam tiles