in your most inspiring and endearing ‘baby monitor moments’. We were looking for funny incidents or sweet stories that revealed how you and your baby were putting the monitor to good use, with a great prize of a luxury break up for grabs.Eight finalists
the following five worthy finalists are awaiting your vote to help make them our Supermum 2010. Read their entries and then click through to vote for whichever finalist you think should win!First prize is a pampering spa break for two and a year's supply
starts to train, is easy to clean and sports fun artwork to keep your child occupied as he sits there! There were seven runners-up in total, who all had some very clever ideas:Everyday Essentials finalist and mum-of-one Alexandra Cruikshank came up
With all the demands of modern living, many mums are juggling a lot of responsibilities. We wanted to celebrate all mums, so thank you to everyone who entered our competition. It wasn't easy choosing a winner - as all the entrants were Supermums!But Natalie Smith (above) has been...
. The competition was open to new dads who’d had a baby within the previous 12 months, and from the hundreds of nominations we received, the eight regional finalists – pictured here – were selected. The winner will be decided through a public vote so click through
online by clicking here.All entries need to arrive by December 18, 2007. Nine regional finalists will then be selected by our judging panel and will feature in the February issue of Prima Baby.You, your friends and family can then vote for your favourite
finalists will then be selected by our judging panel and will feature in the May issue of Prima Baby magazine.You, your friends and your family can then vote for your favourite dad from the selection of finalists.Do get involved - it's YOU who gets to choose
pictures sent in from the 10 regions around the UK, which receive the most uploads. You’ll then get the chance to vote for the finalists in each area to appear on a Huggies® billboard.So get snapping and remember that the journey of being a parent is about