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Win a baby bath and massage kit

Enter to win 1 of 3 Coochi and Vital Touch Natalia baby bath & massage kits! All you need to pamper you and baby!
Congratulations to Clare from Pontefract, Sobil from Weston-super-mare and Sarah from Warwick who each win a fantastic baby bath and massage kit.


Each kit contains a Coocoose baby bathing apron, Natalia Top to Toe Baby Wash & Massage Oil.

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The highly acclaimed Coocoose by Coochi is a pure babysoft cotton baby bath towel you wear as an apron, leaving both hands free to bathe, hold and cuddle your baby dry safely.

Perfect for newborns right up to toddlers - it also protects you from splashes. As recommended by midwives and in Mother and Baby, Practical Parenting and I'm Pregnant magazines. For more information, please visit

Natalia is a range of 100% natural aromatherapy products for pregnancy, birth and new parents specially selected to be gentle and nourishing. What you put on your new baby's skin can be as important as what you feed them and your positive touch will add another dimension of nurture as you use these wonderfully soothing, healing and relaxing

All entries must be received before midnight on 18th November, 2007.

A winner will be chosen at random from those listed on on 19th November, 2007

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I'm starting to get into the baby shopping mood ad it all looks so cute. 20 weeks pregnant today.
by nilora78 6th Sep 2010, 10:13am
easy to use just pop it on and your done also it looks adorable :)
by sallyrocks 19th Mar 2009, 9:36am
Hi My Baby Girl Is 13 Month Old I Wanted To Know That Which Massage Oil Is Good For Her As My Mom Says Dabur Lal Tail Is Best Plz Suggest Is It Good To Massage
With Her....or With Which Oil
by sunitaverma 15th Dec 2008, 8:55am
just what will be needed for new baby
by issaybon 23rd Jan 2008, 9:22am
i think the baby massage kit will be excellent for bathtimes and will encourage baby to become calm relaxed and sleepy x
by jannetteroden 19th Nov 2007, 11:57am
Coocoose is made from pure babysoft cotton. I have always found that baby massage is a wonderful way to bond with my baby and it relaxes both me and the baby. My baby would sleep soundly straight after his massage, allowing me to rest too. This apron/towel looks fabulous and I would love one for my next newborn
by jrhymer 19th Nov 2007, 11:57am
Hopefully baby massage will help with the colic...
by BabyValentine 19th Nov 2007, 11:56am
Keeping me dry, makin baby dry.... soft and snuggly all round...and the closer i get to baby <well you can never have enough cuddles> the better x
by icsitwins 19th Nov 2007, 11:53am
When my daughter was several months old I took her to baby massage. It was a lovely experience for both of us and I would highly recommend it. I took the course and we now have a lovely certificate with a picture of both of us.
by LaurensMum 19th Nov 2007, 11:51am
I have a four month old baby and think this is a fabulous invention - i had been using a bit bath sheet wrapped around my neck in a similar way and was made up to see something specially designed for this purpose - and it's made from 100% cotton so it's extra gentle for baby x
by luckyannette 19th Nov 2007, 11:50am
It is such a bonding experience for mother and baby!!
by Bubbles17 19th Nov 2007, 11:48am
Looks like a great kit.
by marto51 19th Nov 2007, 11:46am
I am looking forward to the baby massage classes, my wife and i are going to take it in turn to go and share what we learn.
by teacherandrew 19th Nov 2007, 11:45am

I saw one of these coochi products at the babyshow, what a great idea. I would loved to have bought one there and then if I hadn't spent all my money on so many other fab products there too!
by tracyuk55 19th Nov 2007, 11:44am
i intend to use coochi products as they are made of pure cotton, i want to learn how to do baby massage and hope to attend classes which are held in our local childrens centre.
by sammimaskell 16th Nov 2007, 8:57am
Our older daughter is 6, and we used practised lots of baby massage with her. Even as a toddler she would lie on her tummy when she was cross or tired and demand a massage to make her feel special again. Now she is keen to learn how to massage the new baby..
by joanna123 14th Nov 2007, 1:17pm
what a lovely relaxation kit for baby x
by esquerbev 14th Nov 2007, 1:17pm
i have not yet tried baby massage does it work and calm your baby
by debsdebbie 14th Nov 2007, 1:16pm
my baby doesnt like having a bath so i try to make it fun by using some of her favourite toys whilst she is splashing around in the water it makes it more fun for her and easier for me to wash her
by banditbiker 13th Nov 2007, 10:50am
My baby is due july and is going to be my first baby. im really excited but was quite worried to start with but this website has really helped me and has gave me alot more confidence it what to expect. i never knew how much things changes over a couple of weeks and with pictures it makes me really interesed and really excited and want july to come quicker than ever. x
by mems 13th Nov 2007, 10:36am
by bonnit 13th Nov 2007, 10:35am
I am into massage therapy and I totally believe in infant massage. What a wonderful way to bond with your precious little one:)
by sarabeth 13th Nov 2007, 10:34am
The highly acclaimed Coocoose is made from a pure babysoft cotton, My friend has one of these and swears by it, she says it's Fantastic and wouldn't want to be with out one when bathing Freddy.
by mraggas 13th Nov 2007, 10:30am
My baby is due next june and it is going to be my first child so this website is really helping me with whats hot and what's not. thank you all for you're ideas!
Its suprising me how much stuff you actually need and I would never have thought that you can buy anything like this which is a wonderful idea!
by staceyrudd 8th Nov 2007, 9:19am
This is a great idea and when expecting our first child we can use all the help that we can get. Anything to make those job easier and run smoother. The fact that it is a cotton product also should make it feel great for bub too.
by sande162 8th Nov 2007, 8:59am
What a brilliant and logical idea
by melb 7th Nov 2007, 7:56am
Wish something like this was available when I had little ones. It's a challenge to keep them jumping out of the tub now come hair wash time!
by Sahmx5 6th Nov 2007, 9:10am
saw this on dragons den thought it was a great idea!
by ssouthurst 6th Nov 2007, 9:08am
looks fantastic
by timsmith 5th Nov 2007, 12:33pm
It seems to be very comfortable.
by Mureli 5th Nov 2007, 12:08pm
Sounds great something special for someone special!
by Richierich 2nd Nov 2007, 9:01am
It's a unique idea and saves alot of time
by katjane2 30th Oct 2007, 9:27am
What a great idea, to give your baby a cuddle
Right after she comes out of a tub full of bubbles!
by hyacinthbee1978 29th Oct 2007, 8:39am
Hey! what a great idea, there's no soothing and relaxing moment like being in your mom's arms. The Coocoose is cool let me grap one!
by ross 26th Oct 2007, 8:53am
Looks and sounds great would love to own one
by corbin1 26th Oct 2007, 8:52am
The Coocoose apron looks like a very good idea. Keeps you dry and saves you searching for a towel when hopping baby out of the bath!
by Luciox 25th Oct 2007, 8:40am
What a brilliant idea the Coocoose is, both hands free and so safe
by megger 25th Oct 2007, 8:38am
touch is the most natural thing to do and something which has astounding results on restless babies
by laura1964 25th Oct 2007, 8:37am
Will massage help relieve my child's eczma
by morex 24th Oct 2007, 8:45am
I have never really tried massage but would love to start !!
by hastiel 24th Oct 2007, 8:41am
This looks great what a great way to calm and relax your baby
by lilmiss1982 24th Oct 2007, 8:39am
My little one loves to have a relaxing massage after his bath, I would love to win this.
by jacand 24th Oct 2007, 8:38am
This is just the ticket
by bigman13 24th Oct 2007, 8:37am
This looks lovely
by AskBaby9607 23rd Oct 2007, 8:40am
I think the Coocoose baby bath towel is an excellent idea plus the main advantage is it will last your baby right through to being a toddler!
by whitee 22nd Oct 2007, 12:13pm
i love massaging my baby as it's a way of interacting with my baby and its quality time. i think that every one should try it.
by Chamma 22nd Oct 2007, 12:11pm
As a soon to be second time Mum this prize sounds delightfully useful - more than so many things that one buys before knowing....
by vickik 22nd Oct 2007, 12:05pm
We adults all know how great and relaxing a nice massage is after a soothing bath, so what better way to send your little'un off to sleep fully relaxed and dreaming sweetly. Our new arrive will certainly be delighted with this kit as will me and my wife for the extra relaxation we'll get as a result.
by kitchener 22nd Oct 2007, 12:04pm
I would like some advice on what soap powders to use as my baby has very sensitive skin and sometimes has rashes.
by jacinta 22nd Oct 2007, 12:03pm