Celebrate Baby’s First Christmas with Babies “R” Us {Giveaway}

This post is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy.  While a sample was received to facilitate this post, all opinions remain 100% mine.

When Hurricane Katrina flooded our home in August of 2005, my first daughter was just 6 months old.  The weeks that followed were challenging to say the least as we struggled to rebuild our home, our City and our lives.  As a first time Mom, I was determined to have my baby girl’s first Christmas at HOME.

My husband and I worked tirelessly to make our house a home once more.  On Christmas Eve, the dream became reality.  Our house was bare boned with just floors, walls and a Christmas tree, but we were home…finally.  I will never forget day which was special in so many ways.

Did you have a baby in 2013?  Baby’s First Christmas is a special time in a family’s life filled with memories, traditions, and photos and Babies R’ Us would like to help you prepare and celebrate!   Virtually chat about holiday traditions, preparing for the big day, and Mommy’s holiday helpers while winning prizes at one of three Babies R’ Us Twitter parties.

Join the fun by following the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #BRUChristmas on the following dates:

  • Wednesday, 11/6 at 8pm EST– “Holiday Traditions”
  • Wednesday, 11/20 – “Mommy’s Little Helpers”
  • Wednesday, 12/4 – “Final Prep for Baby’s First Christmas”

In addition to the online celebration, you can join one of the in store events to enjoy holiday crafts, giveaways and a free $10 Babies “R” Us Gift Card!  The events are broken up by age of your child, so check out the calendar below:

To get you in the spirit, one reader will win a $50 Babies “R” Us gift card right here on Experimental Mommy.  Enter below:

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  1. Vikki Billings says:

    We get a new ornament every year from my mother, I have 46, she has never missed a year!

  2. My favorite tradition is making hot chocolate while putting ornaments on the tree.

  3. nellie curry says:

    Making crafts, hanging the ornaments

  4. Tanya White says:

    We let the kids open 1 gift at midnight.

  5. Baking cookies is my favorite tradition.

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