Baby bottles and rattles

February 28, 2011

I know a lot of parents don’t believe in giving their kids candy or sugary cereals, I’m not one if them.

Now don’t get all worked up, my kids eat their vegetables most of the time, even the ones they don’t really like. They love salad and fresh fruit.

They also love sweets.

I love to bake. Cakes, cookies, brownies, fudge, cupcakes, muffins, even bread.

I try to have something on hand all the time.

Even so, sometimes I still crave a candy bar or something tangy. Something I can’t make myself.

I always have a stash of chocolate in the freezer, currently its Ghiradelli peppermint bark, and an assortment of other things in a container in the pantry.

The one thing I can never keep on hand is Bazooka’s Baby Bottle Popz. Why? My girls always grab those first. Always.

As I’m sure you know I like to throw themed parties. Finding candy that fits the theme can be a challenge.

I’ve now helped with three baby showers and it never once occurred to me to use the Baby Bottles as a gift to the attendees, or at least the kids.

So when I was given the chance to promote Bazookas new Baby line, Rattlerz I said yes.

My girls love the lollipop-powder combination of the Baby Bottle Pop so I’m going to assume that the lollipop-candy combination of the Rattlerz is going to be a favorite soon.

This is where the best part of a promotion comes in. the giveaway!

I’m giving away five sets of the Baby Bottle line products. That means five readers will receive one Baby Bottle Pop and one Rattlerz.

The contest is open to all of my readers near and far. The winners will be chosen by the random number generator on Monday, March 7, 2011.

To enter all you have to do is answer this one simple question: What was the best/worst baby shower game you’ve ever played?

The restrictions are easy, no duplicate comments and you must answer my question.

You may Twitter and/or blog this giveaway by linking back to this post and entering the URL for the post in the comments for up to two additional entries.