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Dancing with the Stars All Stars winner Luke Jacobz and all round nice guy did something very nice the other day!

The former X Factor host and Home and Away alum came to the assistance of a lady – not quite a damsel in distress – but a lady who was having tech issues with her phone credit card as she attempted to buy a plant. In stepped Luke who happily paid for the plant. The lady was very, very grateful for his help, and while she was thanking him, he simply said: “Pay it Forward”. How gallant was that?

Little did Luke know that the lady in question was actually Dreambaby® co-founder and child safety expert and advocate Carolyn Ziegler, who has decided to follow Luke’s kind gesture and pay it forward.

She has donated 100 plush toys to the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. “A kind act like that deserves another kind act so Luke please know that you have helped put a smile on some little faces who deserve cheering up and thanks for being one of life’s true gentlemen.”

And now you have a chance to win 1 of 3 Dreambaby® ‘Pay it Forward’ Prize Packs. Each pack includes:

Please note this competition is open from 6 May 2021 until 6 June 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. 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. K. SampsonQLD
  2. J. YuenVIC
  3. J. MeissnerQLD
  • I would volunteer for new mums to do their groceries shopping, I know how are it is, specially with a newborn and toddlers. Sometimes is the little things that make all the difference in your day.


  • In our street a few houses have a ‘pay it forward’ meal day where we randomly cook ‘take-a-way’ for the others, each taking turns to be chef any day it suits. No pressure as it can be days or weeks after the last person.


  • find someone who jut needs a little extra assistance and find a way to do something special


  • As a teacher, I would love to offer tutoring to children from disadvantaged children/families for free. This would be my way of paying it forward by utilising my qualifications and experience. Building a child’s literacy and numeracy skills is fundamental and more important than a few hours of my time.


  • I’d cook for the homeless


  • Given the chance to pay it forward at the moment I would buy a washing machine for a close friend who is a single mother and struggling financially. Her washing machine broke down and I’ve been doing loads for her at my house but I’m not in a financial position to buy her one yet.


  • donate to share the dignity in support of all women


  • do one small nice thing for every person i work with so they know how well they are cared for


  • My step daughter is pregnant and would love to pay it forward with this prize and give her a little head start into her motherhood journey


  • My friend is going through some painful medical procedures – i’d visit a hospital ward to talk, entertain, keep up patients’ spirits and hopefully bring some comfort and support to them


  • Offer free housekeeping. to new mothers (patients). All laundry, ironing, cooking, dishes, and general house cleaning


  • I’d love to pay for a family’s restaurant meal. Doing something so good gives you all the feels!


  • i would finacially help my mum pay her bills and renovate her old house. she had to quit her job due to ill health and i would love to pay it forward to her.


  • I’d make some tiny houses for the homeless like theyre doing in America, somewhere warm and safe for them,


  • I’d love to give this prize to my daughter’s friends mom who is having a baby boy in a couple weeks and she is starting all over due to the 9 yr age gap. She’d be over the moon with joy.


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