Nomie Baby Giveaway

**Winner has been emailed** So many of us have encountered things we needed as preemie parents, well Nomie Baby was founded with a preemie as her inspiration behind inventing the award winning & patented nomie baby car seat cover.  Not only that, but 10% of all profits to the NICU that was there for us to help the tiniest babies.  So not only do you support a Preemie Mom, but a NICU with every purchase!  That being said, Nomie Baby has graciously donated a car seat cover for our giveaway to share the love with another preemie!

Our uniquely designed, patent protected, washable infant car seat cover will protect your infant car seat against spills of all kinds. Our specialty fabric has a waterproof backing, so that spills don’t seep through to the car seat fabric. You could spill a bottle on the car seat, remove the cover in seconds, throw it in the wash, and be mess-free! As our muse says, “It’s no big deal, Mommy!”

  • Newborns and infants up to 20lbs.
  • Waterproof backing, yet soft on your infant’s skin
  • Washable: washing machine and dryer friendly.
  • Easy install. Edges are elastic-lined to slip around most brands of infant car seats.
  • Fits most brands including Britax Roundabout and Graco.
  • Harness straps slip through Velcro openings.
  • Colors available for girls and boys: light blue, navy blue, pink, charcoal (gray/grey), lime (yellow)


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LEGAL STUFF: This promotion is in NO WAY sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.  You will NOT be notified publicly via Facebook if you are a winner. You MUST be 18 to participate. By entering this giveaway, you are providing information to It’s a Preemie Thing (a subsidiary of Togs N Things, LLC) and NOT to Facebook.  Prizes do not have cash value. There will be no returns/exchanges on any of the items.

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  • My micro preemie was born at 26 weeks. I was pregnant with twin boys and had placenta previa. At 21 weeks I started to hemorrhage and went into preterm labor. I was admitted to the hospital for 5 weeks on magnesium. I was in hospital bed rest. I had 11 blood transfusions and 1 Iron infusion On July 1, 2011 Twin B Caleb’s water broke and he died within a few minutes. Ethan survived and weighed 1lb 14oz lost weight to 1lb 7ozs 13.5 inches. He had stage 3 ROP and had laser eye surgery on both eyes. Ethan spent 75 days in the NICU. He went home at 4lbs 3ozs. He is now a happy giggly 7month old 15lbs baby.

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