February 23, 2010

The Great Bottle Giveaway

Congratulations to Pippy who was selected by random.org as our winner! Thanks to all who participated!

Since there has been such an overwhelming response to the bottle reviews, Coddlelife has offered to provide a lucky reader with one of their bottles! The winner will receive one borosilicate glass bottle and a bottle wrap.

To enter the giveaway, you must do both of the following:

1. Subscribe to the Adventures of the Stay At Home Mom (if you are not already a subscriber).
2. Visit the Coddlelife website and comment on this post with something you learned about their company or products.

Extra entries are available! To enter again and increase your chances of winning the bottle, you must:

1. Tweet about this giveaway @coddlelife and post a link in the comments (good for one extra entry).
2. Comment on any of the posts from the Adventures of the Stay At Home Mom (good for one extra entry).

The winner will be chosen via random.org on February 26 and will be notified via email. Good luck!

31 comments:

  1. My favorite products are from mommies who saw a problem and sought out a solution. I always see these bottles, and have wondered about them. I tend to shy away from glass, probably for the same reasons many do. But I'd love to at least try this bottle! It looks great!

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  2. I love the innovative textured lip base on the Peristaltic Nipple. Such a great idea! I can imagine this would work better than the slick nipples to eliminate nipple confusion.

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  3. I just learned today that glass bottles exist! I am always interested in new products, and the fact that these are chemical-free is a big bonus.

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  4. Love that these bottles are lab-grade, and the lightest glass option on the market. Great giveaway, thanks! :o)

    Danielle, 0danielle0@gmail.com

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  5. i didn't know anything about glass bottles or this particular brand, so everything I'm learning from their website is new. To be more specific, I didn't realize a glass bottle could be both lightweight AND highly resistant to breakage. That's definitely a vital combination!

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  6. I had never heard of these bottles and as a new mommy I have been trying to find the best fit for my daughter and I. I love that the bottles are glass yet light weight and that the nipple keeps the baby's mouth open and helps resist nipple confusion as I breastfead my daughter once a day. PS I love your blog!

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  7. I learned that it is the lightest glass bottle on the market! Thanks for sharing your experience with it.

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  8. http://twitter.com/ErikaHicks tweeted about the giveaway

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  9. I follow you!

    aronsen40 at aol dot com

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  10. I honestly didn't know they had a glass botle! I aloso read that it is the lightest glass bottle on the market!

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  12. I subcribed! I visited their site and although I had done this before, I just now saw that the glass is lab grade. Pretty cool.

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  13. Posted on another post ("Featuring My Little Boy").

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  14. Posted on another post ("The Glass vs. Plastic Debate").

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  15. These are amazing! I wasn't aware that there were glass bottles out there, let alone a glass bottle that would be so stong, light, and modern. I am also in awe of the new technology to prevent baby from taking in air!

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  16. I didn't know they had glass bottles!

    meyer8907@yahoo.com

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  17. I didn't realize that the venting system is only one piece! I have heard one of the other popular brands had several pieces!

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  18. I follow your blog. I am a 22 stay at home mom. My baby boy was born December 7th. So many of your posts are so similar to what we are going through! Thanks for sharing!

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  19. I tweeted about the give away:

    http://twitter.com/klganden

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  20. i learned about the Peristaltic Nipple, which i would love to try for my 3 month old son(who has been having trouble switching between breast and bottle). love your blog!! (i also subscribed and commented on one of the other posts)

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  21. I'm a follower and I learned that the glass they use to make their glass bottle is the same type of glass they use on the space shuttles! That's pretty cool!

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  22. I tweeted about the giveaway!
    http://twitter.com/Pippy1208

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  23. Commented on another post (Nathaniel meets Sophia). Goodness they are adorable together!

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  24. Commented on another post (How This Love Came to Be).

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  25. I knew about about the venting technology, but I didn't realize the peristatic nipple was designed to mimic breastfeeding.

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  26. I subscribed to follow your blog

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  27. I tweeted about the giveaway

    http://twitter.com/auntpmh

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