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Bumbooster Review & Giveaway!!

My 4 year old daughter got to test out a BumBooster and it has been great!!
She's definitely past the stage where she needs to be strapped in, but she is still too short for the table without a little help.  She can't be the only one that hates to eat at chin level ...lol  This booster seat is a HUGE step up from sitting on the yellow pages :)


I really love the chair! The quality is amazing, I don't see this thing falling apart for any accidental reason.  Maybe even some on purpose reasons. :)  The Bumbooster is portable and very easy to clean.  They have lots of great designs.
I chose the Apple Green Oilcloth Booster Seat:


Here are some more I liked:


The Bumbooster sells for $84 and they have frequent sales.  They have a few right now that are on sale for $40!


Someone will win a BumBooster!!

There is a giveaway going on NOW at the Bumbooster Facebook page.  And as far as I can tell, no one has entered yet.
2. and then leave a comment stating who sent you to be entered.  

Feel free to leave my name (Tight Wad in Utah sent me).  If I win I'll give it away to one of you!!  If you want more entries, have your friends enter and say that you sent them.  GOOD LUCK!  Giveaway ends Dec 1st.
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Comments

Thank-you for sharing. They are so cute too. We could really use one of these in our home. I liked them and let them know that you sent me!
Anonymous said…
thanks for the chance - liked them and told them you sent me
robinlscott4 at hotmail dot com
Kathryn said…
liked them and told them you sent me! :D
Holladays said…
Thanks I liked them on Facebook and let them know you sent me! I could really use this with 3 under 6 years old!
Connie said…
Done!! I hope we win! Grandbabies are slippery little things when they are on a phonebook!
Connie G
CGruning at aol(dot)com
latanya said…
I like them and told them you sent me

Dlatany at gmail dot com
Tara said…
This is really cute! I've never seen anything like it before. Thanks! :)
Patti K said…
Super cute, this would come in handy!

pk1208 at aol dot com

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