We all know that BabyBjorn makes cool kid products that many of us couldn’t do without. So it made perfect sense to me when I found out that they’d teamed up with the producers of the new movie, Motherhood, (opening in select theaters in October). With Eliza (Uma Thurman), the heroine, trying to do a zillion things at once, including plan her daughter’s birthday party and write an essay on what motherhood means to her, it becomes obvious how important anything that makes life easier really is.
Here’s the part about what you can WIN! Go to www.Babybjornmotherhood.com to enter your story on what motherhood means to YOU...you could win a trip to the premiere in New York City, or a BabyBjorn Baby Carrier Synergy. Submit your entry on the Babybjorn site, or tweet about it on Twitter.com. You can also take a fun quiz to find out your motherhood identity, for a chance to snag BabyBjorn loot. Deadline: September 20.
And as if all that wasn’t enough, we’re offering you another chance to score, right here at Parenting.com with The Meaning of Motherhood contest. Submit one photo that captures what motherhood means you (along with a 300-word essay); the winning mom will receive $1000 worth of Babybjorn merchandise (!), have their photo published in the March 2010 issue of Parenting, and take over a weeklong “guest blogger” spot on Parenting.com. Deadline: November 1.