Ok, so Parenting had a contest where if you retweeted a link you were entered to win Kolkraft’s newest baby play saucer, Wally the Wonderbug. I retweeted it thinking that you, my dear readers, would be interested in the contest. Lo and behold, I won. I never win anything, so of course the thing I would win would be something that I can’t use. Every single baby in my life is just a little too big to enjoy it (the weight limit is 30 pounds), It’s a shame too, because Wally the Wonderbug is pretty awesome.
From the Kolkraft website:
The Kolcraft WonderBug Activity Center opens up a world of discovery and development for baby in the form of a cute, lovable bug. Eight development toys help entertain baby and develop basic motor skills. A bouncy seat pad and a seat that spins around make the Kolcraft WonderBug Activity Center a great solution for growing babies. For games, contests & more check out our Wonderbug website www.kolcraft.com/wonderbug
- WonderWorm sings, talks, and lights up to engage your baby
- Batting butterfly has crinkle fabric wings and a mirror inside
- Bee twists and turns with a big smile
- Flower rattle includes textured grab handles
- 8 colorful toys have different sizes, shapes, movements and sounds
- Toys have been tailored to help your babies development
- Seat spins 360 degrees for full access to all toys
- Height adjusts on seat to grow with your baby
- Easy-to-clean toy tray
- Machine-washable seat pad
- Designed for ages 4 months old and up until baby reaches 30” in height
- Approximate assembled dimensions: 27.25”W x 23”H
- Disassembles easily for travel & storage
- JPMA certified
- Baby activity center requires 2 AA batteries, not included
So….I’m giving it away! One lucky Parenting Geekly reader in the Seattle area will win the brand new, in the box, Wally the Wonderbug. To enter leave a comment here telling us what makes you a Geeky Parent. I’ll randomly pick a winner from all the entries on May 13. For an extra entry, you can tweet a link to this page mentioning @ParentingGeekly and post a comment here saying you’ve done so.
This contest is limited to those in the Seattle who will be able to pick Wally up. If you are outside of the Seattle area and win, you will need to pay shipping (probably about $20, though the Wonderbug’s MSRP is $69 so it’s still a deal!).
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