Win a Safetots Bed Guard

Today I’ve a give-away for you, one to help to keep your little ones safe.

The move from cot to bed is a big one, for both toddler and parent, and a bed guard can often provide some much needed reassurance. It can help your child feel more secure in their new environment, and give you the peace of mind that they are safe and can’t roll out onto the floor.

Safetots have a range of bed rails available, and I have one of these to be able to offer up as a prize to one of my readers…

safetots bed guardThe Safetots Bed Rail is great to stop your little one from falling out of bed and can cleverly fold down so you can easily put your child in and out of bed. The bed rail comes in its own carry bag so you can easily fold away for storage or take it with you when travelling. Available in three colours, white, natural and blue.

It can be used on both solid and slatted beds, and is suitable for children aged 18 months to 5 years old.

It measures 100cm wide by 40cm high.

Retails at £19.99


The winner will be able to choose the colour that they prefer as their prize.

If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning this, please use the rafflecopter below and answer the question. The competition is open to UK entrants only and closes at 12am 25th May 2015. Good luck!

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As we’re talking about a safe and happy night’s sleep, what’s your favourite bedtime story?

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164 thoughts on “Win a Safetots Bed Guard”

  1. I always loved The Last Noo Noo. The little monster guy plants his last dummy/soother when his mum takes them away and he grows a ‘noo noo’ tree. I hope I can read it to my children one day.

  2. Siobhan Davis

    Sleeping Beauty 🙂 Always gets my son to sleep 🙂 x Best of luck everyone and hope everyone has a great Bank Holiday weekend x

  3. Angela Turley

    We love the “blue kangaroo” series…… daughters favourite is I’ll Show You Blue Kangaroo”

  4. The Monkey Puzzle – Julia Donaldson. Such a sweet story – about a butterfly trying to help a monkey find his Mummy. They meet loads of animals on the way. Both my boys love it!

  5. We are loving Whatever Next at the moment. It was the hungry caterpillar last month (We have a new one every month)
    My older boys love David Walliams books though, they are hilarious!!

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