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GIVEAWAY! Enter to Win an Earth's Best Gift Bag of Goodies

Earth's Best

Only the best for your baby, right?

Soon after you hold your newborn baby in your arms, you probably become keenly aware that he or she is a little blank slate and it’s up to you to paint their canvas healthfully and responsibly.

Earth’s Best Certified organic baby food is often a brand that new parents turn to for their babies’ first solids, considering the ingredients are all grown without artificial fertilizers and pesticides — it’s about “nurturing your baby’s health with the utmost confidence.”

From chlorine-free diapers and wipes to tantalizing organic fruit and veggie purees and snacks, Earth’s Best will help you rest easy knowing your surrounding baby lots of wholesome goodness. And we love it so much we’re giving away an Earth’s Best gift bag to one lucky Baby’s First Year reader!

Click below to see how you can enter to win!

ONE WINNER WILL RECEIVE:

- Earth’s Best Chlorine Free Diapers, Size 1 (44 diaper count):
- Earth’s Best Chlorine Free Baby Wipes (one pack of 30 wipes):
- Assorted Earth’s Best Baby Food Puree products
- Earth’s Best Organic Fruit Yogurt Smoothies
- Earth’s Best bib and bowl
- Earth’s Best Pop Snax
- Earth’s Best Rice Cereal
- Earth’s Best Organic Crunchin’ Crackers

HOW TO ENTER:

- Let us know in the comment section below that you “Like” Baby’s First Year on Facebook and/or you follow us on Twitter. (So, make sure to go here and “Like” us, and/or go here and follow us — and then leave a note in the comment section on this page to let us know you’ve done it!)

WHEN TO ENTER:

- Start . . . now!
- Entries will be accepted until 1:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, June 28 2012.
- A winner will be selected at random and announced on Friday, June 29, 2012, right here on Babble’s Baby’s First Year.

Please note the giveaway is limited to U.S. residents only

If the winner does not respond within 48 hours of being chosen, a new winner will be selected at random

Good luck!

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