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Giveaway: A Stocked-Up SaraBear Diaper Caddy by Munchkin

Invented by a mom who saw a need for at-your-finger-tips accessibility to all the baby care essentials, the SaraBear Diaper Caddy by Munchkin represents the perfect marriage of style and convenience. With not a patchwork bunny or dancing clown in site, this lovely holder of all-things-diaper is welcome in my living room/bedroom/office… thank-you-very-much. When I saw this, I knew that you mamas would love it, so we have one to giveaway! To find out how to enter, see what’s inside, and learn more about this ingenious product read on…

Each SaraBear Diaper Caddy by Munchkin starts with a custom “Shaker style” basket in a tight weave of real wood. A handle is attached on either end of the basket and can be collapsed to lie along the side of the basket. Each liner is made from a heavy-weight, 100% cotton fabric. The basket will firmly hold a baby wipes container, and has pockets for diapers, ointments, burp cloths and swabs.

The caddies contain no PVC and the dyes used in the textiles are entirely formaldehyde-free. Any wood stain that is used on a SaraBear basket is water-based and lead-free. The packaging was deliberately designed without the use of plastics.

At a moment’s notice or a baby’s cry, take everything you need to care for baby from one room to the next.

Sold on Target.com and at Babies”R”Us stores, as well as BabiesRUs.com.

In the SaraBear Diaper Caddy the winner will receive:

Arm and Hammer Pacifier Wipes

Arm and Hammer Nursery Wipes

A Baby Laundry Bag

and Changing Pads

Enter for the chance to win by leaving a comment here. Come back and enter every day. Share on Twitter, Facebook & Stumble Upon, leaving an extra entry for each. Giveaway ends at Midnight, July 30th. Open to US residents.

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