Win a £100 voucher to spend in the Tesco Baby Event

With a new baby in our household I was really pleased to hear that Tesco have launched its biggest ever baby event which runs from Monday 16th Jan – 5th February. There are some great bargains to be had and I will be stocking up on stuff to keep us going for at least the next six months as I am really aware how much this stuff adds up.One of the things that I will be getting are baby wipes as you can never get enough of those, I’m also keen to get a new microwave steriliser as ours has been used for 2 babies and is looking a bit worse for wear. Listed below are some of the bargains to be had:
● Pampers Baby Dry Carry Pack: was £6.49 each, now £4.30 each
● Pampers Simply Dry Carry Packs was £4.50 each, now £3.00
● Johnson’s Baby Wipes 64-Pack:was £2.44 each, now 95p each
● Huggies Super Dry Economy Pack: was £9.98 each, now half price £4.99
● Aptamil Growing Up Milk 12m+ 900g: was £8.49 each, now £6.50 each
Products on BOGOF:
● Johnson’s Baby Bubble Bath & Wash, 500ml: £2.99
● Johnson’s Baby Gold Shampoo, 500ml: £2.60
● Johnson’s Baby Pink Soft Wash, 400ml: £2.98
● Johnson’s Baby Bedtime Bath, 500ml: £2.50
Half Price Buys:
● Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Electronic Steam Steriliser: was £47.99, now half price £23.99
● Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Microwave Steriliser: was £26.99, now half price £13.49
● Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Electric Breast Pump: was £99.99, now half price £49.99
● Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Freedom Breast Pump: was £29.99, now half price £14.99
Make sure you follow @TescoBabyClub for your chance to win great prizes every day during the Baby Event.
Tesco have very kindly given one reader of Being a Mummy the chance to win £100 worth of Tesco Vouchers to spend during the event. All you need to do is comment below and tell me your favourite baby memory.
Terms and Conditions:

The competition is open to UK residents only and will close on the 23rd January at Midday UK time. Your entry will be disqualified if you do not leave contact details. Winners will be picked at random (decisions final) and the prize will be sent directly from the PR agency. There is no cash alternative.


39 Responses

  1. Mrs C 16th January 2012 / 2:31 pm

    My favourite memory has to be when LMC was about six months old and we had her first snow. I sat her in her bouncy chair by the patio window looking out at the white garden and she just sat there completely mesmerised by everything outside and the snow still falling from the sky. She couldn't yet say anything, but just kept pointing and looking at me with that look on her face as if to say &

  2. Merry 16th January 2012 / 2:31 pm

    Holding my baby son for the first time, on the second day of his life, during which time he just managed to open his eyes and look at us and clearly loved being held. It was one of only a few times either of us were ever able to hold him and happened while there was still hope he would recover and come home. There is a photo of the moment, which means I have held on to the sense of joy that it

  3. Fiz 16th January 2012 / 2:36 pm

    Oh,please, babies really do not need follow-on milk, it's just an invention by the baby milk devils!

  4. emy 16th January 2012 / 2:39 pm

    Such a great prize!! My favourite baby memory of Imogen was when I was bathing her in her little baby bath over the main bath (so she can't have been that big yet but I can't remember what age). I splashed her a little bit and she did a big splash with her arms. It went right on my face and she burst out laughing. It was once of the first times she really laughed and was so amazing seeing

  5. The Shoe Blogger 16th January 2012 / 2:56 pm

    We bought TB a potty for his 1st birthday – the first thing he did was put it on his head.<br />Coincidently, I bought one for Li&#39;l Mister&#39;s 2nd birthday and the first thing he did was put it on TB&#39;s head.

  6. mummy24 16th January 2012 / 3:18 pm

    mine would e the moment both my kids were born <br /><br />@ashlallan

  7. OzzyJLlewelyn 16th January 2012 / 6:35 pm

    My favourite memory is of seeing my wife&#39;s face the first time she saw both our daughters, (and the look on mine, I&#39;m sure!). The look of pure bliss (calm before the storm) was incredibly emotional.<br /><br />@nonoticehobbit on twitter

  8. anna8301 16th January 2012 / 7:52 pm

    Breastfeeding, I really liked when my daughter was so close to me. It is not the same with bottle

  9. make do mum 16th January 2012 / 8:20 pm

    This will sound cheesy but it was the first time that K smiled properly at a few weeks old – when I knew it was a real smile &amp; not just wind!

  10. Reluctant Mum 16th January 2012 / 9:11 pm

    My best baby memory is a quiet Sunday morning when I came downstairs with my baby while Daddy lay in (!). I had found early motherhood such a struggle and feared that I didn&#39;t love my baby but that morning, when he was about 6 weeks old, I remember enjoying him for the first time and laughing with him. At 10 1/2 months now I am so in love with my boy now it seems strange and distant to

  11. Jenny 16th January 2012 / 9:37 pm

    My favourite memory was a couple of weeks ago when Nuala held her head high and looked around the room. She was only 4 weeks old but it looked like she was checking out the place!

  12. CupcakeMumma 16th January 2012 / 10:29 pm

    I think one of my best memories was with my first baby my Little Miss. When she got her first tooth I went bananas I was dancing everywhere and so proud of her. All those bad nights suddenly seemed worth it!<br /><br />Hannah

  13. claire louise 17th January 2012 / 4:51 am

    Mine would have to be the births of all my children plus there first words:) contact Twitter @clairelouise82<br />email<br />thanks great comp.x

  14. supergran 17th January 2012 / 8:01 am

    one that sticks out in my mind of many many memories – giving my granddaughter her first bath – she was 5 weeks old and by now was up to 5lb – and I nearly lost her in amongst the bubbles.

  15. Mirka Moore 17th January 2012 / 9:19 am

    My favourite baby memory would have to be to see daddy holding Isabelle for the first time, even before me, hope to see the same in 2 month&#39;s time with baba number two 😉 @Kahanka

  16. NKlein 17th January 2012 / 12:41 pm

    My favourite baby memory was finding my 7-month-old twin daughters communicating with each other for the first time. I put them in one cot- one lying down and one sitting up, looking in opposite directions, and nipped in my bedroom to make the bed. I could hear them babbling and when I came back, I found them sitting up looking at each other and giggling. It still makes me smile to this day, and

  17. milkpetal 17th January 2012 / 4:46 pm

    Giving birth to my little man! Becoming pregnant was a very stressful experience and the labour didn&#39;t go to plan but he was very worth it 🙂 You can contact me on twitter @milkpetal

  18. jumblyMummy 17th January 2012 / 9:48 pm

    My favourite memory of Lara is when she was about 4 months old and although I don&#39;t count it as her first word, it was her first attempt at mimicking my sound. She handed a toy to me and said a noise which sounded so much like &quot;there you go&quot; that I spat at her in amusement!<br /><br />@jumblyMummy

  19. Ness 17th January 2012 / 10:06 pm

    Seeing the love in the eyes of my husband when he held his grandaughter for the 1st time. I will always remember that.

  20. Carolin @ Mummy Alarm 18th January 2012 / 3:12 pm

    Amy had a phase of constipation when she was a couple of months old. To help distract her from the pain the straining caused her, daddy came up with the poo poo song that made her burst out in giggling fits. She still does that now when she hears the word &quot;poo poo&quot; – it&#39;s to funny…<br /><br />@caro_mad x

  21. Emma @mummymummymum 18th January 2012 / 9:04 pm

    One of my favourite memories is bringing my eldest daughter home 2 hours after giving birth! and sleeping in my own bed.<br /><br />@mummymummymum

  22. Jay 19th January 2012 / 10:53 am

    My favourite memory is actually just from a few days ago, I gave hubby a kiss as I was leaving for work, my little girl saw what I did and gave her Daddy a big kiss too. I love how caring she is!<br /><br />I can be conteacted at jay[at]

  23. TheMadHouse 19th January 2012 / 3:42 pm

    For me it is seeing my mum hold both of my boys as newborns. I love the photo&#39;s we took

  24. mum2jsci 19th January 2012 / 5:48 pm

    Wow how hard is it to find one best memory when I have four sons it could be the one when u get that first sloppy kiss, or the 1st time they give you that I&#39;m happy you are home mummy smile that just melts your heart. Okay I got it the memory/moment in time I hope I will never forget it&#39;s back in June 05 my eldest boy was 23 months and he bum shuffled faster than ussain bolt can run,

  25. Sonia 19th January 2012 / 8:43 pm

    My favourite baby memory is the night I had Maisie; I stayed up all night just looking into her eyes while she breastfed! It was truly amazing :O)<br /><br />@mummy_loves

  26. ChelseaMamma 19th January 2012 / 11:25 pm

    My favourite baby memory is when I had my first born. My mum was with me in the delivery room and was given the baby to hold wrapped in a towel whilst I was stitched up.<br />Abbey proceeded to do her first poo and Nana (and Abbey) were covered in meconium!!<br />That incident is now a favourite family story and embarrasses them both. Now I have shared it with the world (well you anyway)

  27. Bdonna191 20th January 2012 / 9:44 am

    The Look on my husbands face when he held our first baby (and our second) is something I&#39;ll never forget

  28. daisybeebee 20th January 2012 / 11:27 am

    My favourite memory is of holding my little girl in my arms after a traumatic early birth due to pre eclampsia. Just looking into her beautiful eyes and holding her tight meant more to me than anything before and anything since.

  29. Amy 20th January 2012 / 12:14 pm

    My favourite baby memory was seeing my baby for the first time at the 12 week scan. I couldn&#39;t believe that this was my baby in my tummy and seeing her wriggling around for the first time was amazing.

  30. tanya 20th January 2012 / 12:28 pm

    My fav memory of my son was Christmas just gone, he woke up at 5am, chatting away, I heard him over the monitor and walked into his room. He was stood up in his cot, holding on with the biggest smile on his face! Then later that day he started crawling. It was the best Christmas yet! 🙂 il never forget that day! <br />@babyboutique12 <br />

  31. mymummypennies 20th January 2012 / 2:02 pm

    my favourite baby memory has to be when my son met his baby sister for the first time!, I had wanted to get home from hospital asap, so 12 hours after E was born we walked through our front door to meet Nanna and big brother B (who was 3) The look of absolute pride (and slight confusion!) on his face just made my heart melt! And (i don&#39;t care if it&#39;s possible or not!!) I swear I saw a

  32. softkiss51 20th January 2012 / 2:17 pm

    Wow thankyou for the fab competition! My favourite memory of my children was the first time my four year old cuddled his 10month old brother! SO lovely to see them together and how much they love each other! :)<br />You can contact me on twitter @sweet_Kat30

  33. Anonymous 20th January 2012 / 3:25 pm

    My favourite moment was pulling up outside our house in our car when we were allowed to come out of hospital. I was in the back with my baby boy, and my Husband was driving. My parents and my Brother were outside our house waiting for us. I was so excited to begin our new life together, and have my baby boy home with us to start his new life. <br />So far every day has been a wonderful memory. I

  34. Snaffles Mummy 20th January 2012 / 7:17 pm

    my favourite baby moment is when my grandad got to meet his great grandchildren

  35. JudeVFR400 21st January 2012 / 9:18 am

    Seeing her amazement and joy at watching animals; my mum&#39;s cats and sheep, and ducks in the park. Wonderful!

  36. Tired Mummy Of Two 21st January 2012 / 10:53 am

    My favourite baby memory was when Alison was born and Elizabeth came to visit us at the hospital and we had a three way cuddle on my hospital bed. Elizabeth was only 16mths and she reached over and stroked Alisons head and then gave her the present she chose for her (a little pooh bear teddy) It was a lovely accepting moment.<br /><br />@tiredmummyoftwo

  37. sarah d 21st January 2012 / 4:36 pm

    my favourite memory is my first scan at 12 weeks, seeing my son for the first time and seeing his heart beat. amazing

  38. Vanessa Mills 21st January 2012 / 9:16 pm

    My favourite baby memory was when Sam took his 1st steps the day we moved into our new house. It was like he knew he&#39;d made it to his proper home. The one we wanted special memories to be made in. <br /><br />I&#39;m @deliciousnessy on Twitter

  39. Greatbigrobot 22nd January 2012 / 11:46 pm

    My wife had a very long labour and then had to have an emergency ceasarian. But when I got to hold our first child for the first time and show him to his exhausted but very happy mother, that is something I will never forget.<br /><br />@greatbigrobot

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