I am very excited. This autumn, the Baby and Toddler Show is back at Event City at the Trafford Centre from 26th to 28thSeptember and another at Bluewater from 10th to 12th of October.
Why am I so excited I hear you ask?
Well, I am a self-confirmed ‘baby-stuff-aholic’ and, after my last visit with my little girl who was quite obviously too big for her pram, I was thinking I would have to give the next show a miss for fear of looking like a pram-geek-fraudster.
However my pregnancy means I can attend the shows with a bona-fide reason (and hopefully bump) and drool at baby stuff to my heart’s content.
I actually took part in a focus group earlier this year, telling the organisers of the Baby and Toddler Shows, what I loved and hated about the previous shows I had visited and, the powers that be listened and have made sure that the new shows will be bigger and better than ever before.
This year, there will be expert advise session on breastfeeding, baby wearing and weaning to name just a few and Huggies Pull-Ups are bringing their American School Bus to the Show to provide parents and children with everything you need to know and learn about potty training during both the day and the night. The bright yellow interactive school bus is a great way to learn in a fun and playful environment.
I had better get saving as, purchasing products from the show means you are guaranteed the best prices on your big purchases such as car seats, prams and buggies at the show. Eeeeek.
Pram-envy/melt down may be on the cards.
Must. Behave. Myself.
If that’s not good enough, I also have a pair of tickets to give away to your choice of either the Manchester or the Bluewater show.
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