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Win a stunning Babyface bed set

Enter our competition to win one of these wonderful hand appliqued Seaworld bed sets from Babyface
Congratulations to Alex from Cleveland who is the winner of this adorable bedset.

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All entries must be received before midnight on 29th April, 2007.

A winner will be chosen at random from those listed on AskBaby.com on 30th April, 2007

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Babyface is a web based company that was set up by two mums. Babyface specialise in the design and production of children's bedding and accessories. They offer a one stop shop to transform a child's bedroom by offering gun and imaginative themed bedding and accessories. All the ranges are hand quilted and appliqued and made from 100% cotton. They come in a variety of stunning designs to fir Single bed and Cot bed sizes

The Collections capture the imagination of children and parents alike. A comprehensive range of specially-designed quilts is accompanied by a series of accessories including Pillowcases, Cushions, Curtains, Laundry Bags, Hantufted Rugs, Nappy Stackers and Cot Bumpers to compliment each theme.

The current collection provides plenty of choice for girls and boys alike. The beautifully-detailed Ballerina and Fairy designs will woo any little Princess. The brightly coloured Pirate Range is an absolute must for any would-be masters of the high seas. The highly decorative Little Indian Range is suitable for both girls and boys and an aquatically themed Seaworld design is sure to inspire dreams of adventures beneath the ocean waves! For those who still require lots of beauty sleep, the Snugglepie Baby Range is perfect for newborns as they settle into their nursery surroundings.

To view the entire Babyface range visit www.babyface.uk.com

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How lovely it is completely different with lots of colour.
by Bughead 20th Jun 2013, 3:01pm
BEAUTIFUL BEDDING FOR SWEET BABY DREAMS
by trixiebella1 11th Aug 2010, 5:24pm
i love the bedding its really differnt cant find anything like that bed set around where i live its really nice love for my child to have it
by kh086 14th May 2010, 4:46pm
hope i win
by sallyrocks 19th Mar 2009, 9:33am
WHAT A DELIGHT OUR BABIES FACE SO BRIGHT JUST THE COLOURS HE SEE'S HE CAN HARDLY BELIEVE. ADORABLE SHAPES HE STUDIES AND TOUCHES THE BEDDING IS LOVELY SO NICE AND SO CUDDLY. PLEASANTLY HE SNUGGLES INTO HIS BED. GOODNIGHT OUT LITTLE SNUGGLEPIE BABY
by Dexter 17th Feb 2009, 9:46am
my baby being a winter baby, this is essential to keep the cold away
by tshepiloe 2nd Jun 2008, 8:45am
LOVE THE BEDDING,A BABY LOVES TO FEEL SECURE IN THEIR BED
by BARRYC30 13th Sep 2007, 8:38am
a baby loves to feel warm and comfortable with lovely bedding
by jacqui1964 28th Aug 2007, 8:35am
great unisex design so if your looking forward to a suprise when your baby is born its a great purchase
by kaciy2k02 3rd Aug 2007, 8:49am
I absolutely love the bedding!! The colors are vibrant and the themes are fun for all ages. The line is unlike any I have ever seen. It is so different, unique and fun. Unfortunately I reside in the USA and I don't think you ship to the USA.
by hutchsmom 2nd Jul 2007, 8:34am
A sleeping bag has proved excellent for our baby. She's always warm and safely tucked up, and being put into her bag is a great signal to her that it's time for sleep.
by chillihaha 30th Apr 2007, 8:37am
Sing the same song/lullaby each night. This routine will soon let your baby know that it is a prelude to sleeping.
by bdavies 30th Apr 2007, 8:36am
I have a really simple and easy tip to get your baby off to sleep, it worked on my little boy! Three months after my baby was born and with no sleep at all, in desperation we asked our health visitor for any suggestions; she advised raising the cot at one end, elevating baby's head slightly. Obviously its not safe to use pillows, but you can place a folded towel underneath the cot matress or wedges under the head end legs of the cot. I will be honest, i thought it was nonsense and couldn't see how this would work, but it did! HOORAY! He slept soundly every night after that and has done ever since (he's 1 in a few weeks time), i don't know how or why it works, and I don't care, so long as we all get a good night's sleep! i hope this works for some of you.
by daddyjim 27th Apr 2007, 8:51am
For my 6 month old, I have set a routine of giving her a massage, changing her into pj's and taking her to her room with dim lights at the same time every night. She gurgles a bit happily, but then goes to sleep immediatly. But you would need to persist on the routine, for it to work.
by AskBaby8055 26th Apr 2007, 1:41pm
I feel this set would improve a babies sleep!
by yvonne14 26th Apr 2007, 10:21am
We struggled for months to establish a bedtime routine, but since fitting a blackout blind in the nursery we have found things much easier. Our baby still hates going to bed, but after bath, bottle and a lullaby from daddy, he's off in the land of nod!..............
DREAMING of winning this fantastic bedtime prize!!!!!!
by debsibabe 25th Apr 2007, 12:26pm
A nice relaxing bath with dad followed by a soothing whale noises and sea CD, works everytime
by Cockney 25th Apr 2007, 8:23am
On bad nights where they just won't sleep,going for a drive in the car usually settles them very quickly as they Motion resembles that of being in the womb and it's soothing to them.
by chrisma232 25th Apr 2007, 8:22am
A calm and quiet evening, spending time together before bedtime, and having a routine. My son can be a stickler for knowing if I'm rushing to get him to bed, and have missed a part of daily routine out- e.g. bedtime story, or a kiss goodnight. It's importnant to establish a routine that can work at home, as well as when you're away visiting friends and family.
by Potty 24th Apr 2007, 8:43am
I get my goddaughter to sleep by opening the window just a little bit and putting an old fashioned ticking clock next to the cot. My mum swore by this method, it works for my g./daughter and, having seen the results I fully intend to use it myself!

Apparently the clock reminds them of the heartbeat in the womb - not sure what the window is in aid of but don't try it if it's snowing!
by bsa71 24th Apr 2007, 8:43am
My baby boy Leon has been 100% good at sleeping through the night. He knows when bedtime is, because I gradually dim the lights in the bedroom and put his mobile on, over his cot. Then he plays happily with his toys for a while and finally drops off to sleep. Sometimes I will give him his dummy as he is teething and its soothes him very well. Then he will sleep straight through the night and when he wakes, he likes to play happily until I wake up. I gradually wake up as he is coo-ing to himself. We then share a first smile together as we greet each other for a new day. I think routine is important with babies.
by CatKin76 23rd Apr 2007, 1:18pm
Our little girl Lucia was a very good sleeper. We always had a flexible routine of bath, milk and story in a darkened room and quiet time etc. However, now that she has learned to crawl and stand up she can't wind down at the end of the day. No matter how many times I lay her down to sleep she just stands up and crawls up and down the bed. She even does this in her sleep and ends up crying in the middle of the night because she is stuck?! I hope this period doesn't last too long and she learns to settle again.
by hollandl 23rd Apr 2007, 10:43am
We find a routine of bath, story book, saying night-night to all his toys and then tucking up in bed with his Bebel Gilberto CD on works wonders...it's not supposed to be lullaby music but the laid back Brazillian sounds are soothing for our baby and we don't mind listening to it over and over either...but I do wonder if he'll end up learning Portuguese!
by MattsMum 23rd Apr 2007, 8:57am
With my first child I always sat in a real comfortable chair and sat and chat away to him sometime playing his cot mobile while stroking his head,it always worked wonders for us.
by 22 18th Apr 2007, 10:05am
A well-rested happy baby means a well-rested and happy mum! And I understand the Babyface range does exactly that! What more can I say!
by AskBaby9672 17th Apr 2007, 4:46pm
a *fairly* regular routine of bath then milk, often works better when done by daddy but the icing on our bedtime cake is gently stroking a finger down the middle of her forehead and down her nose when we first put her down, just for a few minutes, she strains her head out for it at first then a hypnotic effect seems to kick in and she goes very still and quiet and falls asleep pretty easily...
by oranginagirl 17th Apr 2007, 4:46pm
After realising that no matter what I did to try and settle our baby, my "tough" partner stepped in and convinced me, with some difficulty, to let the baby cry herself to sleep while we had some time together to eat dinner properly. We checked on her frequently as I felt very guilty. After a couple or a few weeks (I can't remember how long, now) by the time we'd finished dinner, she had settled and was either getting to sleep or was already asleep. Now at 5 months, our daughter is used to a flexible evening routine including some or all of the following: a feed (breastmilk, vegetable puree, formula), a bath, story time, quiet play if she's visibly not tired. Our baby finds sucking her fingers and sometimes using a snuggle cloth (mini security blanket) soothing.
by AskBaby10857 16th Apr 2007, 9:01am
Establish a bedtime routine and stick to it. e.g. bath, milk then story. Your baby then learns that what follows is sleep time. Well, that's the theory! My baby seems to think it's cry time after story time, but I do find that letting him cry for 5 or 10 minutes does get him to sleep far quicker than if I stay with him.
by BusyDaddy 13th Apr 2007, 12:50pm

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