Win a Christmas Pack valued over $160!

You are probably putting up the Christmas tree today, and the kids are starting their countdown to Christmas day. Christmas is a wonderful time to spend with our families and we would love to know how you plan to spend it. We would also love to hear any great suggestions we can share with our little parenting community!
In fact we would love so much to hear all about it we will be giving away a great Christmas pack to spread the cheer.
Entering is easy. Just make sure you get in by the 17th of December!

1. Reply to this post about how you plan to spend your Christmas, and we’d love hear of any new traditions that you have picked up over the years.
2. Follow us on Twitter
3. Like us on Facebook
Each post goes into a draw and the lucky winner receives a cool Christmas pack which contains the following essentials:
1 x Tommee Tippee Click n Shake teether rattler (Valued at $10.95)
1 x Tommee Tippee Insulated Twin Bottle Carrier (Valued at $49.90)
1 x Moose Baby Bib Clip (Valued at $9.99)
1 x Mummy Hook and 1 x Baby Hook Pack (Valued at $19.95)
1 x Pack of 25 Cherub Natripur Breast Milk Bags (Valued at $19.95)
1 x Cherub Colour Change Nutribottle (2 Pack) In your choice of blue or pink (Valued at $31.95)
1 x Cherub LCD Dummy Thermometer (Valued at $18.95)

The Total Value of our Christmas giveaway over 160 !!!

Good Luck & we wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Parents Like Us

14 thoughts on “Win a Christmas Pack valued over $160!”

  • Parents Like Us

    Thanks so much for all of you who took the time to enter our Christmas competition. It was a hard decision to make, hence the extra time we took to deliberate, but we have a winner.

    Congratulations Michelle V! We will be in contact with you to grab your details to send your prize out to you.
    We will also like to thank all the competition entrants by offering them 20% off storewide (you will receive an email shortly). Rosalie Bernacki when our system crashed your email details were lost from blog admin page, so please contact us at mail@parentslikeus.com.au for your 20% off coupon code.

    And here's Michelle's winning entry;

    In the lead up to Christmas, a fairly new tradition (we’ve been doing it for about 4 years), is that I get my three young daughters to choose an item from either World Vision’s Smiles catalogue, or Unicef’s christmas gift range. We then make a donation, and they receive a card in the post for the item they have ‘bought.’ It could be a chicken, pencils, immunisation for children in third world countries, etc.

    They love displaying their cards near the Christmas tree.
    Other traditions include going to my parents for a traditional roast lunch with all the trimmings, followed by a lamb spit at my Greek in-laws place. Every year, one of the adults dresses up as Santa and hands out the gifts!

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  • Rachel Kapsalakis
    Rachel Kapsalakis December 18, 2012 at 7:56 am

    Spending Christmas with friends and family is at the top of my wish list this Christmas. They are individuals, who via invested time, help guide me through life's web. They are the support group I rely on when the chips are down. Sometimes I don't even realize I need them but they are always there. They are the people who genuinely care about what I have to say. They have "carried" and guided me through my darkest days, and helped me celebrate the brightest ones so I think it only fitting to take some time out at Christmas to thank the people that mean so much to me!

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  • Vicki McWaters

    This year my family will be coming to our place to share a big feast of Greek BBQ, which my Aussie husband has now perfected! We alternate spending Christmas day and Boxing Day with my family and my husbands family, so we have Christmas for two whole days. Last year I started a tradition of making a Gingerbread house, which, after lunch, all 7 children will demolish and eat! My 4 year old will help make the Gingerbread house this year, well, if he doesn't eat all the lollies first! My husband and brother alternate dressing up as Santa each year, and we still find it hilarious that we all take turns to sit on Santas lap to get our presents and take a photo...can't wait for Christmas, so much fun!!

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  • Amanda M

    Last year we started a new tradition where we celebrate Christmas day with our extended family a week before Christmas day. That way Christmas day is reserved to the opening of gifts, relaxing, and spending quality time together.

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  • Jessie Boan

    We alternate every Christmas between our families - this year is with my parents at our house. We plan on celebrating with great food, presents, morning Church service and an all-in water fight in the afternoon! Can't wait!

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  • Sarah D

    With my little family of 3 just relaxing and eating all those bad things that we shouldn't but are all so yummy.

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  • Ray Smith

    Originally from the Central Coast, we usually go back north, this year we are in beautiful Sunshine City with relatives. We are having lobster and fondue for Xmas and mum is going all out for little's ones first Christmas.

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  • Ruth Cameron

    This year Christmas day will be devoted to my son and brother. Really looking forward to it as we haven't all been together for Christmas for years as my brother has been living abroad.

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  • anastasia

    Christmas for us is all about family, giving, eating and JOY!! We always have a delicious lunch BBQ and food brings us all together to share a special day and create some happy memories!
    Traditions are decorating the tree together as a family, baking lots of yummy Christmas treats and going to church on Christmas morning then heading home to open all the presents!
    What a great giveaway – thanks for letting us have a chance to win it!

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  • Karen Edwards

    We spend the morning as a family opening presents with a yummy cooked breakfast then head over to the inlaws for a cooked lunch then usually an easy dinner at home if we're hungry :-)

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  • Michelle V

    In the lead up to Christmas, a fairly new tradition (we've been doing it for about 4 years), is that I get my three young daughters to choose an item from either World Vision's Smiles catalogue, or Unicef's christmas gift range. We then make a donation, and they receive a card in the post for the item they have 'bought.' It could be a chicken, pencils, immunisation for children in third world countries, etc.
    They love displaying their cards near the Christmas tree.
    Other traditions include going to my parents for a traditional roast lunch with all the trimmings, followed by a lamb spit at my Greek in-laws place. Every year, one of the adults dresses up as Santa and hands out the gifts!

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  • Virginia Mason

    We are going to have a beach Christmas this year with my husband's family and it will be my baby's first Christmas too. I am really looking forward to sitting on the deck, having a bbq, singing carols and watching the children play. As for traditions, we make a gingerbread house every year. We will bring the house to decorate and share with every one.

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  • Katie @ The Imperfect Housewife
    Katie @ The Imperfect Housewife December 9, 2012 at 1:18 am

    We are spending this year as a family + welcoming a new bundle into our family. Talk about a fantastic Christmas gift!

    A tradition that we have started with our kids is opening our Christmas stockings on Christmas eve. They are usually filled with small useful gifts such as a new set of PJ's, a toothbrush etc. We love breaking up the gift giving and it's nice for the kids to go to bed on Christmas Eve in some new PJ's! Then on Christmas Day we open up our Santa Sacks and enjoy the festivities together!

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  • Rosalie Bernacki
    Rosalie Bernacki December 7, 2012 at 11:48 pm

    We spend Christmas day with our immediate family. Mum and Dad still love to have all the kids in the house and sleeping under the same roof, if only for one night a year. I get up and arrange all the pressies in order of names and then whip up a small breakie, before the lunchtime feast begins....
    (Entered details posted on Facebook. Marie)

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