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Do You Want To Win An iPad?

Thought so! Really, who doesn’t want to win one of the hottest pieces of technology? I have an exciting contest to tell you about, but there is only one catch, you have to know something about changing diapers.

Remember that fabulous new diaper company Pink Lining, the British company with the gorgeous diaper bags, that are to die for? They recently unveiled a brand new app called the Nappy Station Location. The app is designed to automatically locate and recommend diaper changing facilities near you (as long as you are located in the United Sates, United Kingdom or Canada). Those who have children will attest to the convenience this free service would offer. Our family has been traveling quite a bit lately and not only have I had trouble locating proper change facilities on the road, but I’ve been to my share of diaper changing facilities that were … not so clean to put it lightly.

So what does this all have to do with winning an iPad? Find out after the jump!

Pink Lining has launched the Nappy Awards to recognize the best Nappy Station Locations, and the nominations are up to you!  If you know of a park, mall, business or other location that provides excellent facilities for changing your baby, you simply nominate them by entering the info here. Every time you enter a location, you gain an entry and you can enter as many times as you like!

Pink Lining Diaper Bags

The iPad isn’t the only prize up for grabs. Pink Lining as even more fantastic prizes, waiting to be won. You can submit your recommendations and entries until January 15, 2011. The Finalists will be announced on February 1, 2011 and the lucky winners will be contacted by email before March 15, 2011.

Head on over for your chance to win!

Have you ever had a bad experience with change stations?

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