Win It: Baby Jack Blankets

As you travel from gathering to gathering this holiday season, your tiny traveler might grow fussy and bored of the car — or resist those all-important car naps. What if you could bring one stimulating toy that also doubled as a “lovie” for your baby to cuddle with? We’re describing the Baby Jack Sensory Ribbon Tag Blanket — and we absolutely love it!

Baby Jack and Company creates comfort and stimulation for kids with their unique line of educational sensory tag blankets. Colorful ribbons provide play and stimulation along with comfort, and all tags and ribbons are sewn shut so that tiny fingers do not become intertwined. All fabrics are super soft and educational, encouraging early learning of basic shapes, letters, numbers and colors. 

These blankets are snuggly and stimulating, small and portable — perfect for car trips and stays at Grandma’s house! We’re giving away two 10×10 Plush Loveys of the winner’s choice, plus our favorite 14×18 ABC Learning Lovey — so you’ll be all set for that next family road trip!


One lucky Daily Mom reader will receive two 10×10 Plush Loveys of their choice and a 14×18 ABC Learning Lovey, valued at $75. Winner’s choices subject to availability. This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Enter using the rafflecopter below. Mandatory entries include signing up for the Daily Mom newsletter and “liking” Daily Mom on Facebook, and additional entries can be earned by following further instructions on the rafflecopter. Good luck!

Check back at Daily Mom every day in December for a new giveaway! In case you missed it, yesterday’s giveaway was a month’s supply of supplements from Wojo Nutrition. You can also search Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #30daysofgiveaways. Happy Holidays!

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Sarah

Sarah is a yoga practicing, mostly vegan, coffee chugging, Jack White-loving, stay-at-home-mom to three kids 4 and under in Cincinnati, Ohio. In her free time, she does freelance work for Cincinnati Parent, Dayton Parent and Indy’s Child, and blogs about her adventures with three kids in the Queen City.

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