Are you expecting in 2014? Did you just have your little bundle of joy? Know someone who’s pregnant or trying to conceive? Then this event is for you! Alex of Mommy’s Obsessions
is expecting her second son this October and has created an event that is perfect for expectant mothers! Mommy’s Little Miracle is a Pregnancy, Newborn/Early Infancy, and Postpartum event that will be featuring everything from maternity clothing to newborn essentials, to postpartum products you must have! We highly recommend that you bookmark the open giveaway page by clicking on the image below then adding it to your bookmarks bar! Over the next three weeks you will have the chance to enter to win some amazing prizes from items for YOU and things for your little one!
Today Mommy’s Little Miracle is featuring a crib mattress so innovative, you’ll wish you had one for yourself! Mommy’s Obsession’s is excited to introduce you to the Colgate Kids Nuzzle Snuze
About Colgate Kids
(As from their website)
“The concept for Colgate Mattress was hatched in New York City on Colgate Avenue, which is where our name comes from. Colgate is the oldest crib mattress manufacturer in the U.S. with over half a century of business under its belt. The company started on March 5, 1955 in a small, 4,000 square foot building on Ponce De Leon Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia. Sol Wolkin, a US Army Air Force veteran, started Colgate Mattress Atlanta Corporation with the help and support of his partner and wife, Anne.
The business has grown steadily since its inception, expanding in 1969 and again in 1987 on Ponce de Leon, to allow for increased production. In 1993, with no more buildings available nearby, Colgate moved into its present 60,000 square foot building located in historic Cabbagetown. Today, around thirty-five Georgians work for and are part of the Colgate family. Most of these employees have been with the company for more than a decade, some for more than thirty years. Unlike so many U.S. manufacturing companies that have moved their production out of the country, Colgate has been manufacturing crib mattresses in Atlanta, Georgia for over 55 years.”
Photo Credits: Colgate Kids
When Little Mister was a baby, we were very fortunate to have a handful of large items given to use by my aunt and uncle, since their daughter was about three when Little Mister was born. We received our crib, changing table, and crib mattress from them and I was so grateful to have saved some money! Being that our trusty crib mattress had gone through two babies, and flew out of the back of our truck while we were moving (it got a little road rash but was otherwise okay!), I knew it was time to get a new crib mattress for Little Boy!
The Colgate Kids Nuzzle Snuze Crib Mattress is unlike any other crib mattress on the market. It uses air weave technology and provides an ideal microclimate to provide your child with a perfect nights sleep. This mattress is fully recyclable, GreenGuard Certified, has all natural flame retardants, and is available in three modern designs.
To Purchase: Visit Colgate Kids to shop their variety of crib mattresses, or grab a Nuzzle Snuze for $389!
To Win: Mommy’s Obsessions and Colgate Kids want to give one lucky winner a Nuzzle Snuze Crib Mattress of their own!
The Giveaway will close late on the evening of August 25th. The winner will be chosen at random through Giveaway Tools. The winner will be announced both on Giveaway Tools form as well as notified by email and announced on Mommy’s Obsessions Facebook. Winner must respond within 48 hours of receiving their winner’s email otherwise they will forfeit their prize and a new winner will be chosen. The winner will have their prize sent to them by Colgate Kids. Mommy’s Obsessions and other participating bloggers are not responsible for prize shipment. Must be 18 years and older. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google are in no way affiliated with this giveaway. No Purchase Necessary. Void where prohibited by law. US Only. For any questions contact Mommy’s Obsessions. Mommys Obsessions did receive compensation or product in exchange for the promotion of this event. This blog did not receive compensation for the promotion of this event.