Evenflo Genius in Training Tee Giveaway

We all know that becoming a parent definitely changes your life, relationship, and your priorities.  It definitely causes you to take inventory of the things that really matter and to do away with the things that don’t.  I have never kept it a secret here that being a parent is extremely demanding and rewarding at the same time.  Unfortunately, children do not come with a manual and new parents are often at a loss as to how to deal with some of the changes that parenthood brings with it.

Luckily, there are a wealth of resources out there on how to deal with everything from breastfeeding to potty training.  It is very important, however, to maintain a sense of humor when addressing such topics as “Maintaining intimacy in your marriage after childbirth“, as it certainly becomes a real issue for most couples.  It’s no real surprise that the demands of an infant can have an impact on how much time couples have to spend quality time together.

According to a new Evenflo Savvy Parents Survey, 47% of new moms say that they have less sex now than they did before having kids.  Parents who participated in this survey also say that they had to make many adjustments in order to accommodate time in their schedule for intimacy.  As a matter of fact, 25% of these parents stated that they had to schedule their quality time around their babies’ nap times.

Although this is a serious issue for couples, Evenflo has created the Savvy Parents Guide which contains a series of parodies which make light of some of the changes that parents go through after the birth of a child.  It is an online destination featuring humorous webisodes, advice, support, and entertainment that moms and dads will find very useful.  Parents can review all four videos online by checking out the Exersaucer Savvy Parents Series.

These webisodes support the re-launch of the new Evenflo ExerSaucer Jump & Learn and Double Fun activity centers designed with new shapes, colors, and textures that engage a baby’s senses, spark their imagination and encourage them to interact with others.  Evenflo ExerSaucers are inspired and designed through a new partnership with the Child Development Institute to help babies learn and keep them safe and secure if mom or dad need to accomplish a quick task.



Evenflo would love to give a lucky reader an adorable “Genius in Training” 12 month old tee!



TO ENTER:  Please visit the Evenflo website and tell us which video from the Savvy Parents Guide Series  is your favorite and why…

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This giveaways is open to US residents only and will end on January 5, 2010 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be contacted via e-mail and will have three days to reply with a name, and a mailing address (no PO Box) or a new winner will be chosen.

Product Review/Giveaway disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above to giveaway to one of my readers in exchange for my opinion and for the purpose of writing this post. I only recommend products or services I use personally and I believe will be “family friendly.” I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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  1. Stopped by to follow your blog from the Mingle Monday blog hop… do comment/follow me back 🙂
    Have a Happy Holiday Season!
    Positive Kismet Blog

  2. I love the “How to raise a genius without being stupid” because that was totally me with my first kid. HAHA. I tried to get him interested in a shape sorter when he was like 2 months. Yeah I was naive…lol

  3. I follow you with GFC

  4. I like Evenflo on facebook

  5. I like you on facebook 🙂

  6. I follow Evenflo on twitter @detroitmommy

  7. I follow you on twitter @detroitmommy

  8. I like the How To Raise A Genius Without Being Stupid, I know a lot of moms trying to make their child smarter with dictionaries and stuff. Let the kids to be kids 🙂

  9. I “Like” Evenflo on facebook

  10. I Follow Evenflo on Twitter

  11. I follow you on twitter , of course 🙂


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