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We are very excited to be giving all of our lucky members the chance to WIN a Babylove Ezy Combo Harnessed Booster Seat.

2 lucky winners will receive a Babylove Ezy Combo Harnessed Booster Seats valued at $249 each. 

Every parent wants the very best for their child and seeks comfort in choosing proven, trusted brands. Babylove know that protecting your child and keeping them safe is your first priority.

The plush Ezy Combo harnessed booster is ideal for your growing child. The large contoured side wings provide superior side impact protection. The seat is generous allowing most children up to approximately 4 years of age to use the in-built harness. Once the middle height marker is reached, convert to a booster seat up to approx. 8 years of age.

Please note this competition is open from 15th September 2014 until 15th October 2014 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. R. McFarlane - NSW
  2. A. Bell - SA
  • i tell my children its important for our safety and to keep us alive if another car accidently hit us


  • I show my grandchildren about car safety by always using a seat belt and making sure they are using theirs. I always urge the use of age appropriate, proven, trusted car seats for the best protection


  • Ensuring their seatbelt is fastened before taking off, and educating them that wearing your seatbelt is very important as it can save your life if god forbids you get into an accident. It’s good that they know why wearing your seat belt is very important


  • Walk down to the local shop for groceries or the newspaper with my kids where i can.
    Park the car and walk around to the sports ground, on the way explaining the observations and choices you make to get there safely.
    Talk about the importance of wearing seat belts and insist that everyone in the vehicle wears appropriate restraints for their age and size.
    Always demonstrate responsible and safe behaviours when driving, as a passenger or while walking anywhere around vehicles and roads


  • Give him a good example sit in the car and good explanation about car seat safety :)


  • If you make it fun they will learn without realising.


  • We always ensure seat belts are on, no distractions and talk about why it’s important to be safe in the car. Travelling up and down a freeway daily it is a top priority for us.


  • We have big issues with safety ,doesn’t realize how to keep safe .He’s 4 &I find him up trees high as he can go! But we try to explain he wasn’t safe .Ongoing safety rules said repeatedly.


  • Even little bumps can hurt,
    So safety drives me berserk!
    Worrying as I drive,
    I want my precious bundle to survive!


  • i I would tell my son how car safety is extremely important,to have seat belts done up at all times because they can save your life, and not throwing items/toys around the car when mummy and daddy are driving, because they can cause an accident


  • By making sure they are in safe & tight & as they get older explaining more & more


  • I tell them that the car does will not be turned on until everyone has their seat belt buckled, and tell them that their seat belts are important and why.


  • Children lead by example so I always ensure that they see us where our seatbelts so they understand the importance


  • Riding in Nanny’s car is fun but we must do the right thing.
    We are not allowed to eat or drinking in the car things we bring.
    Before we start on our way we all have to be buckled up.
    We even have to buckle up our young pup.
    Silly songs sung as loud as we can,but always making sure we are all belted up.


  • I have always told my daughter that she must hold my hand when in a car park. I don’t need to say it anymore as she instinctively grabs my hand whenever we approach one. Winning a Babylove Ezy Combo Harnessed Booster to replace this one would be the bees knees!


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