Friday Giveaway: Skip Hop’s Bento Diaper Bag

Toting a lot of baby and little kid stuff? Make your life easier with Skip Hop’s Bento Diaper Bag ($99) – it will be perfect for outings this summer with the kids! We’re giving away a Skip Hop Bento Bag to one lucky reader — will it be you?  **The Giveaway is closed and the winner is Diane B, who was #27 out of 24 comments, chosen by random.org. Dianne said, “My son is 6 months old. Our favorite thing to do on Long Island is to visit Old Westbury Gardens. My son loves looking at the different plants, trees and flowers. He is extremely curious and loves nature!”The Bento has fifteen pockets (how awesome!)  to keep parents organized. You can wear it messenger style, use the cushioned tote straps or attach to any stroller with Skip Hop’s patented Shuttle Clips. It includes their signature insulated mealtime kit with their clix food storage containers. This is a bag that will last you way after your diaper days are done!

To Enter our giveaway

Leave a comment under this post about your favorite thing to do on Long Island with your children.

For bonus entries

1) Friend us on facebook — if you haven’t already.
4) Like Skip Hop on Facebook
5) Tweet about our giveaway (sample tweet:I want to win a the Bento Diaper Bag from @skiphopnyc on longislandmamas.com @L_I_Mamas)

This giveaway closes on Sunday night, June 12th.

Thank you to our friends at Skip Hop for supplying the Bento Diaper Bag. You must actually be a Long Island (or Queens) resident to win

 

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34 thoughts on “Friday Giveaway: Skip Hop’s Bento Diaper Bag

  1. Melissa Mejia

    My favorite thing to do on Long Island with my children is going to Long Beach. The beach is clean and beautiful and so family friendly.

  2. Meghan

    well my first child won’t be born until October, but I am excited to take them to Meschutt Beach in Hampton Bays and to Pumpkintown in Southampton. Thanks!

  3. Laurie Vesper

    My favorite thing to do on Long Island with my children is hit the beach–or take then to meet their Daddy for lunch.

  4. Sarika Gregoire

    My favorite thing to do in Long Island with my baby is to visit my in-laws…they are from a different country and they teach the baby so many different things (i.e. language, cooking, )…and I just love watching them dote on their 4th granddaughter like it’s their 1st (no grandsons :(

  5. Elpida

    I Am a friend on facebook and liked skip hop. My favorite thing to do with kids on LI is the long island children’s museum and pumpkin farms on the east end.

  6. april

    I have a 14 month old son and we live in queen i love to take him to the wantagh state park and walk around by the water and he loves to watch the birds. When the sunset goes down it awesome to watch with him.he just loves its

  7. Ingrid Rodriguez

    Going back to my hometown, buggy board in Long Beach, pizza at Gino’s and than a rainbow ice! Now i live close to the Source Mall which is great on a Rainy day!

  8. Channa leah

    my favorite thing to do on long island with children in the summer is letterboxing and discovering new places.

  9. Dianne B

    My son is 6 months old. Our favorite thing to do on Long Island is to visit Old Westbury Gardens. My son loves looking at the different plants, trees and flowers. He is extremely curious and loves nature!

  10. Jessica

    We haven’t been to Long Island yet, but I absolutely plan to go check out the aquarium and children’s museum as soon as this new baby makes his entrance!

    Love the sites you are putting together! xx

  11. Ellen

    A walk on the Bethpage State Park path with my 5 month old along with other moms and babies I met at the music class

    Liked and friend on Facebook and retweeted!

  12. Heather

    Long Beach- there’s the beach, tons of parks, sprinkler parks, kid friendly places to eat, the boardwalk to ride bikes…….

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