Squoosh Yourself for a Chance to Win an iPad mini Or Four Fruity Flavours of Squoosh


To celebrate the launch of Kids Gourmet, their new product line-up for big kids, Baby Gourmet is giving away four iPad minis and lots of Squoosh. Grab your kids and visit Baby Gourmet's Facebook page where they can squish, squash, squeeze and otherwise Squoosh their faces to share with their friends. www.getsquooshed.com 
 
While on Facebook, grownups can enter the "Squooshtakes" for a new chance each week to win an iPad mini or a sampler pack of Squoosh. In all Baby Gourmet is giving away four iPads and 20 sampler packs of Squoosh. Squoosh is a new organic snack that delivers one full serving of fruit and vegetables in every pouch.  All four Squoosh flavours have no added sugar or salt, are kosher, and are nut-free and gluten-free.  The perfect snack!
 
Find Squoosh at a supermarket near you. 




Disclosure: I did not receive any product or compensation for this post.
 
 
Posted By Andy at www.howtobeadad.com
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Fact. Moms have a monopoly on pain when it comes to child birth. There is a medical chart called the Universal Pain Assessment Tool that doctors and nurses use to gauge it. Sure, it’s stupid and useless. But what about dads? Dads deserve something stupid and useless, too!

We consider it our duty to fill the void. We’ve created this helpful chart so that medical professionals and expectant first-time fathers alike can be better informed about what to expect in the delivery room FROM FATHERS. Charlie’s skill as an actor and my craft as a designer, coupled with both of our recent experience as observers of child birth, have come together in this potent Instructional Diagram.

Yes, Charlie and I know we can’t unsee what we have seen. And yeah, we may never look at lasagna the same again, but we know that seeing our wives do what they did and our sonscome into this world is something that cannot be given value. It is priceless.

 

See more Instructional Diagrams to keep learning how to be a dad, at least by process of elimination.

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