Munchkin Peek-a-Boo competition

Meal time fun

Munchkin is on the look-out for three new faces to be the 2015 ‘Munchkin Peek-a-Boos’! Munchkin’s motto is ‘It’s the little things’ and they are all about finding the fun in the day to day. We might find bath time or feeding time boring but for our little ones these are moments of fun that happen every day! I know Toby has plenty of fun at mealtimes (when sometimes I wish he would just hurry up and eat!) as you’ve probably noticed from the amount of photos of him in his highchair that end up on this blog!

The Munchkin Peek-a-Boo competition launched on Tuesday 15th April and has three age categories (0-6 months, 6 – 12 months and 12 – 24 months). To enter, all you have to do is submit a photograph of your baby/toddler having fun during bath time or feeding time, along with a five-word caption. Entry is via the Munchkin UK Facebook page and all entries will be put into a ‘Munchkin Peek-a-Boo’ gallery.

There will be one winner and one runner up in each age category and each winner will feature as a ‘Peek-a-Boo’ face within the 2015 Munchkin UK catalogue, marketing materials, packaging and across social media. Winners will also receive a framed version of their favourite photograph from the photo-shoot and a bundle of Munchkin products to take home. Three lucky runners up will also receive a bundle of marvellous Munchkin goodies.

The competition closes on 16th May so head to the Munchkin UK Facebook page to enter!

Munchkin Peek-a-Boo logo

 

**Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post and Toby is not eligible to enter the competition due to our role on the Munchkin Lindam blogger panel.

One thought on “Munchkin Peek-a-Boo competition

  1. What a great idea for a competition –
    it really is ‘the little things’ that matter 🙂
    I think you’ve got a cracking chance with that lovely photo.
    My ‘little ones’ are now both bigger than me –
    time goes so fast –
    but it’s those little things that I remember, and I know they do too –
    sometimes they will mention something that seemed so insignificant at the time, but the memory has stayed with them for years!
    Emma X

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