It’s Mozzi (due) in May Giveaway – Puj Tub


Mozzi Banner Its Mozzi (due) in May Giveaway – Puj Tub

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UPDATE! To say that there was an overwhelming response from companies who wanted to celebrate Casey and baby Mozzi would be a gross understatement. The desire to participate was so great, that from here on out, I will be hosting two giveaways a weekend.One on Saturday, one on Sunday.

Hold on to your hats people, this is about to get really good.

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Today the company that will be showering Casey (and one of you) with their brilliant why-didn’t-I-think-of that must have product is PujBaby! (insert SQUEEEEE, I’m so excited about this)

GIFT TO CASEY: A Puj Baby Bath Tub!

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I actually reviewed a Puj tub on DesignHER Momma about a year ago when Gage was just a tiny baby (review link).

Basically, I love this tub because it stores flat, you can snap it together one handed (while the other hand holds baby) and it can fit/conform to almost any sink. Watch this video to get the full effect, it’s truly brilliant.

Need I say more?

GIVEAWAY: One commenter will also be gifted a Puj Baby Bath Tub! (retail: $39.99)

You have three ways to enter (leave a comment for each):

1. Give Casey a bit-o-advice when it comes to bathing a newborn.  If you don’t have anything wise to share, that’s ok! Just shrug your shoulders and admit you know nothing!

2. Tweet! You can say whatever you want, but make sure it includes a link to this post and the @pujbaby twitter handle. Or you can be lazy cut and copy this:

It’s a @pujbaby bathtub giveaway celebrating @mooshinindy and #mozzi! Visit @designhermomma to enter to win: http://tinyurl.com/49kfnvz

3. Become a Puj fan on Facebook.

This giveaway will run through next Sunday, February 20th. Open to US residents only.

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*All gifts have been generously donated. I have not received any product or monetary exchange for writing these post or promoting the brand.  I have only received in return the amazing feeling of joy, being able to gift Casey (and you) some cool gear.

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  1. Ok…I would say “keep a washcloth over his wiener,” but you aren’t having a boy. That was really my biggest tip.

    I got nothing for girls.
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  2. tweeted!
    Katie recently posted..promises kept

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  3. and i like on fb.

    seriously…i could use something that stores nicer for the next beh beh…whenever that may be.
    Katie recently posted..promises kept

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  4. I don’t know anything about bathing a newborn just yet, but I will find out when my first baby (a boy!) arrives in May! The same time little Mozzi is due!

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  5. when it comes to bathtime….the shorter the better!

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  6. No advice here- our little guy just tolerates his bath. I’m hoping they’ll be more fun when he’s older!
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  7. Babies have sensitive skin early on – just use warm water. When older (and sick with a cold) I love Johnson’s Vapor Bath in the green bottle! It smells so yummy. Johnson’s Baby Wash in Lavender is great for little girls!
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  8. I’m a FB fan!!

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  9. Have everything in arms reach and preferably grow an extra set of hands, if you can’t Dad’s will work ;)
    Be prepared for accidents in the bathtub and having to rinse and restart.

    Congrats!

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  10. tweeted :)

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  11. I’m a fan on facebook.

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  12. The only advice I have is that if you have a very chubby baby make sure you get inside all the folds on her neck, I have a friend who always complains about baby roll stink, lol. :)

    And this thing is brilliant!
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  13. A lesson I learned in the NICU…first I strip the baby down to her onesie and diaper and lay her on a couple layers of towels on the counter (baby tub is filled and in the sink). I wash her face, neck, ears, etc. with a clean soap free warm cloth. Then with footballish hold, I wash her hair over the tub. After her peach fuzz is clean, I lay her back on the towels and strip her down to the skin. Naked baby is then transferred to the tub, where she is soaped up, scrubbed down and rinsed off until she is squeaky clean. Clean baby then hops back to the towels where she is dried, diapered, lotioned and dressed. Voila! Clean baby with a minimum of fuss or getting chilled.

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  14. Be prepared for that little babe to HATE his/her bath at first! I have two kiddos and neither of them ever liked a bath until they were close to 6 weeks old. After that, it can be a great bonding/playtime experience!

    Oh, and I have been wanting one of these tubs since it was reviewed on Simple. They look awesome!!!

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  15. This looks great I would love to give it to a friend who is due in June! My advice is enjoy it! They are only little for a short time, soon it will be coloring with soap crayons and fighting over combing her hair, just enjoy the littleness…awwwww.
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  16. I tweeted this giveaway…I would love to win this…
    thanks..
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  17. Good advice is to have everything you need ready before putting baby in the tub. so much easier when you are done with the tub…then you don’t have to leave the baby alone and get cold..lol
    Jaime Pott recently posted..its been a long time

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  18. I am a fan of PUJ on facebook!!
    Jaime Pott recently posted..its been a long time

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  19. First bath for baby at home: screaming mess. It does get better! You’ll get that baby lotion smell high and just wanna cuddle them all up!

    Oh, and don’t forget to wash the fat creases under their neck… :0)

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  20. My advice? Bath ‘em as little as possible. Not kidding.

    I use wet wipes between baths to keep her fresh, but bathing her too often can dry out her skin.

    (p.s. I have wanted one of these since you did that review way back when!)
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  21. Liked on FB!
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  22. Don’t forget to wash those chin/neck creases! No one told me about that, and it wasn’t until I noticed a not so nice stink and a little pink rash that I realized that area needs extra attention.

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  23. I am a facebook fan!

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  24. Bath advice? Get one of those duckies that tell you if the water is too hot. I made the mistake not to use one once… bad day for me (and my babe!!!)

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  25. I’m pregnant with my first child so I have a lot to learn when it comes to bathing newborns. I have heard that you should keep a warm washcloth on their tummies so they don’t get cold while you bathe them.

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  26. I’m a Puj fan on facebook.

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  27. It’s been 7 years but I’m about to have a newborn all over again. I don’t remember a ton about bathtime. I do remember enjoying the lavender lotions. Not sure that they put baby to sleep but they put me in a relaxing mood. :)

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  28. Charlsie Miller says:

    I am having my second baby in 63 days and I don’t know that I have much advice on bathing a baby but from what I remember just try to do it as fast and safely as possible. My first hated being wet.

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  29. Here’s a couple of quick tips:
    -I always lay a wet washcloth on baby’s tummy to help keep her warm.
    -Have anything/everything you could possibly need ready before you start the bath.
    -Both of my kids enjoyed bath time, but hated every second of getting out/drying off/getting dress, so I liked to make Daddy do that part. :)
    -Let siblings help! I put the baby tub in the big tub and bathed both of mine at the same time. Big brother loved to help wash the baby. Not sure what I’ll do now that there are going to be 3 of them!

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  30. I’m single and without child…I got nothing, but this tub would be perfect for my friend, also due in May!!!
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  31. My advice is to start pouring water over her head as early as possible and don’t stop if she hates it (she will most likely hate it… at first). Keep doing it at every bath until it is no big deal. Because otherwise, you end up with a three year old who can’t stand a drop of water on his face (or her face, but you know I was talking about Punkin).
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  32. Katrina Jolley says:

    Many accidents will happen so just have a few extra towels to start over with. Start pouring water over the head early so that she will get use to it. Awesome tub.

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  33. My kids love bath time, and sometimes I’ll put them in the tub just so I can sit in there and read a magazine! You can’t really do that when they’re newborns, so my advice is to make sure you have a towel handy before you start….you would think that would be a given but it isn’t always. Good luck!

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  34. Have all your stuff ready before you get the baby undressed and have a couple wash clothes handy (one for the tush & one for the rest of the body)

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  35. Aww, how cute! No good advice for baths for newborns… they just all hate them at first! Poor slippery little things!
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  36. Go over everything before you put the baby in the tub to make sure everything is in your reach!
    Krystal recently posted..krisy0987- Crap My son is getting sick Just hope it wont be too bad

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  37. Liked on facebook!
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  38. No advice, because I’ve never bathed an infant. But that tub looks incredibly handy!

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  39. i got nothing for a girl. but plenty of advice for a boy :)

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  40. i know nothing, but when i do have a kid this tub looks like a necessity!

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  41. tweet…tweet!

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  42. I’ve got no newborn-bathing advice, but I do like helping to double-team the bebeh bath if I’m at a friend’s house at the right time!

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  43. Have everything ready before you start the bath. You don’t want to leave the baby alone or have to interrupt bath time to get something.

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  44. I agree with the staged bath at one of the first posters put and also the pouring of the water until they become desensitized, my 3.5 year old still fights water on his head and I so wish I hadn’t pansied out and just kept at it when he was younger and couldn’t talk back :)

    That tub looks like a back saver!

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  45. I’ve got no advice to share (yet)! This tub looks like a must for my little one (also due in May)!

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  46. When my baby was really tiny I gave him sponge baths on the counter with lots of towels all around to cover the areas I wasn’t washing…in the very beginning he was just too little for his tub, even with the little infant sling!
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  47. I’m shrugging my shoulders and admiting I know nothing!
    Ott, A recently posted..ham- bean &amp pasta soup in the crock pOTT

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  48. Just remember if they poop in the tub, it’s ok, you can bathe her again :)

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  49. Tweet, tweet :)
    Kim recently posted..Priceless

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  50. My kidlets never enjoyed baths. Ok, maybe when they’re 1-2 but now it’s a fight to get my 8-9 year olds into the shower. What gives?!? Good luck with your newest kidlet!
    Kristie recently posted..Lessons Learned

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  51. tweeted @Kworrell0514
    Kristie recently posted..Lessons Learned

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  52. Get a Bathluve!!

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  53. I already like Puj on FB

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  54. I like puj on Facebook!

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  55. Veronica Garcia says:

    Always make sure the water is warm
    enuf! Always keep baby within reach n try to cover his/her eyes from water drippin down wen rinsing off shampoo…never leave baby unattended even for a split second! Have a towel at hand, I always place it on my chest and then take baby out and wrap him that way ;0) and most of all ENJOY every minute of it and every bath…each ones different and my baby sure does enjoy bath time!!! So talk plenty and laugh lots!!! ;0)
    good luck and enjoy ur precious treasure ;0)

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  56. Advice – first bath, make it short (as they just want to be swaddled up, back in your arms) and don’t try to clean everything with soap! Warm water does wonders and use a bit of California Baby super sensitive body wash/shampoo on the parts that you feel need it. I used that squirt bottle they sent me home with from the hospital to gently spray my baby’s head (she had a full head of hair) and that helped ME build my confidence. Baby screamed during her first two baths but now she loves them and only screams when I have to take her OUT. ha ha ha ha!

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  57. make sure you have everything all on hand and within reach… or have a “runner” like your spouse or mom. and make sure that runner has a camera to capture this first time. we’re about to have our 2nd and we feel way more confident this time around. also hoping for a Puj as it seems like a HUGE backsaver. but, glad we captured those moments on camera!

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  58. melissa roach says:

    When it comes to bathing a newborn…always have the tub, something for baby to lay on, soap, wash cloth, towel and pjs ready. Also test the water beforehand!

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  59. Shannon Wieneke says:

    Always test the water before placing your baby underneath. You never know when the water may be too hot or too cold!
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  60. Shannon Wieneke says:

    I am a PUJ facebook fan. shannonforpeace(at)gmail.com

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  61. Shannon Wieneke says:
  62. Lay a thick towel out next to the sink. Put the baby on it, and sponge bathe them every couple of days. I don’t think either of mine had anything more than sponge baths until they had decent head control.
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  63. Cover baby with a warm, wet washcloth to prevent her from getting cold while in the bath. I’ve watched dozens of people try to scrub whiny, freezing cold babies; this is such a simple trick! (Not as simple and ingenious as that bather… life would have been much easier with that!)

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  64. maggi parks says:

    As baby gets older let her hold a washcloth, seems to keep my little man distracted so I can bathe him.

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  65. No advice.. clueless :D
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  66. Tweeted! – @lythics
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  67. Became a fan on Facebook :)
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  68. Shrugging shoulders because I know nothing.
    Recently received recommendation for California Baby shampoo… so go with that. =)

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  69. Cover “it” up. Girls can spray too – not as often – but they can, and when they do, they’re sneaky about it.

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  70. And I am liking on FB…

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  71. Just have the towel ready to dry them off the moment bath time is over so the madness can end as soon as possible. (Can you tell M hated baths?)

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  72. I am a fan of puj!

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  73. Daily tweet:
    http://twitter.com/#!/shania4747/status/37147894498729984
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  74. My advice….just remember. All the baby REALLY needs is LOTS of love, diapers and food! :) All the rest is awesome, but these are the essentials :)

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  75. My bathing advice? Have your husband do it. I HATE bathing newborns. HATE. Probably because all my babies screamed through it. Once they are older though, it’s fun.
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  76. If you plan to nurse, at the FIRST sign of a sore boob, call your doc. I had mastitis twice and it was worse than labor. *shudder*

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  77. Also, I just retweeted Casey’s tweet about this giveaway. Can’t figure out the tweet URL. Am idiot.
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  78. How about: don’t take creepy pictures of your naked baby in the tub showcasing their genitalia and share it with everyone. I don’t have a baby yet [in the waiting process of adopting] so that’s the best advice I have.

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  79. whatever you do – do NOT keep a diaper on while giving your little one a bath. when our first was born i was oh so clueless and due to very bad dirty diapers those first few days, i was worried about poo in the tub, so i kept the diaper on. bad mistake. i guess you’re allowed to make a few mistakes right?

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  80. I only used my baby tub a handful of times. It was usually easier to just wipe down my baby’s face/ neck with a warm cloth each day. And once they got a bit bigger I would just sit in the big tub with them on my lap so at least I was getting somewhat clean myself even if I didn’t get to wash my hair

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  81. Keep a warm washcloth on their tummies to help keep baby warm.

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  82. Congrats Casey. I would buy the hooded towels, they keep baby warm and are so stinkin cute. I would also recommend California baby products for the bath, they are for sensitive skin and organic.

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  83. Have everything in arms reach, don’t bash them too often (2 or 3 times a week when they are little) and make sure you rinse all the soap off really good!

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  84. Puj fan on Facebook (lena naef)

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  85. My advice is to have everything ready and in reach before beginning to bathe your baby.

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  86. Heather Brandt says:

    Just became a fan of Puj on facebook :)

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  87. Bathe the eyes first

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  88. Fb fan of puj

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  89. Shirley Martin-Tutolo says:

    this would be so nice when my grandbaby comes to visit.

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  90. Advice: Wash her hair last to avoid a chill for the whole bath. A warm wash cloth over the tummy always seems to help too! Enjoy!!

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  91. I like Puj on Facebook!

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  92. Make sure your room is warm and speaking in soothing voices helps with the first bathes. Also, you don’t need as much water in the beginning with a newborn, use lots of wet washclothes to put the baby on and on top of the baby and use water to wet said washclothes and use to clean baby.

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  93. Bertha Howard says:

    They are only little for a short time, soon it will be coloring with soap crayons and fighting over combing her hair, just enjoy the littleness…awwwww. Am idiot. Also, you don’t need as much water in the beginning with a newborn, use lots of wet washclothes to put the baby on and on top of the baby and use water to wet said washclothes and use to clean baby. Recently received recommendation for California Baby shampoo… so go with that.
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