Heimess Prize Pack giveaway

Check out our fabulous giveaway from Today’s Woman and Heimess – Bebenuk Canada.  You could win this Wooden Toys by Heimesswonderful unisex baby toy packages for yourself or a friend, or you could donate it to your local pregnancy centre or upcoming Christmas toy drive.

Made in Germany for more than 50 years, Heimess produce one of the finest quality wooden baby toys ranging from rattles, pacifiers clips, to Gym bear. Heimess wooden toys are painted with non-toxic waterbased dyes which are insensitive to saliva.

We have 3 prize packs to giveaway. Each prize pack includes:

1 x Clip figurine bear
1 x Dummy/pacifier chain bear
1 x Rattle bear

All you need to do to enter is leave your opinion on my review “Wooden Toys by Heimess” and viola you are on you way to winning one of these divine prize packs. So what are you waiting for?

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  • Tweet twice daily: #WIN a baby toy prize pack from Heimess – Bebenuk Canada at @todayswomanco https://www.todays-woman.net/?p=46676
  • Tell us your favorite parent- baby moment.


Now wasn’t that easy? Good Luck! The winners will be chosen randomly and winner will be announced just before thanksgiving, giving you three weeks to enter. Prize pack is valued over $60.00.  Giveaway is open to Canadian residents only and ends October 8th and 9:00pm EST. You must be 18 and over to enter. One person per household may enter.

I am attending a baby shower on Saturday and can you guess one of the items I am giving?

Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.
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36 thoughts on “Heimess Prize Pack giveaway

  1. My favorite baby-parent moment was when I discovered by putting big black polka-dots on a white piece of paper and my sons eyes followed it as I moved the paper. They had told me my son would most likely be blind. Tears of joy flowed from my eyes, as I new He could see.

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