SnuggleRoo Baby Bean Bag Giveaway – ends 3/27


Everything Mommyhood would like to welcome you to the SnuggleRoo Baby Bean Bag Giveaway!!!
This fabulous giveaway is hosted by Viva Veltoro & Thrifty Nifty Mommy and sponsored by SnuggleRoo!

This would be perfect for any newborn, infant, or even a bigger child! I know my 2 year old and 5 year old would love something like this!

Ruth from Viva Veltoro recently had the chance to review the SnuggleRoo Baby Bean Bag and her little guy loves lounging in this fun bean bag! What makes the SnuggleRoo unique is the interchangeable panels that allow the chair to grow with your child.

Here are a few details about the SnuggleRoo from their website:

  • Every SnuggleRoo baby bean bag chair comes with (1) newborn cover (baby strap with buckle) and (1) regular cover (without strap and buckle and the SnuggleRoo Baby Bean Bag Base.
  • Each has a maximum weight of 30 kg (from newborn to approximately 8 years old)
  • Size is 24″ wide and 33″ long
  • Helps relieve acid reflux and helps prevent flathead sydnrome

*Each bag is delivered unfilled and beans are NOT included (SnuggleRoo suggests 3 to 3.2 cubic feet or 85L to 90L), which allows parents to customize the comfort of the baby bean bag. Bean bag fillings can be purchased on the SnuggleRoo website or your local Walmart, K-Mart, Bed Bath and Beyond store or online.*

Connect: You can connect with SnuggleRoo on Facebook and follow them on Twitter and Pinterest.

Buy it: You can purchase SnuggleRoo Baby Bean Bags on their website for $49. You can also purchase the bean filling on the website (Shipping within the US only for the beans). Make sure you check the website for a FREE shipping code within the US.

Win it: One lucky person will win a SnuggleRoo Baby Bean Bag in their choice of color/print AND the bean filling (total prize valued at $69)!

Open to the US only. Ends 3/27/14 at 11:59 PM EST.
Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below. Good Luck!

Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for hosting this giveaway. Viva Veltoro, Thrifty Nifty Mommy, and the participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Please contact vivaveltoro{at} with any questions about this giveaway.


  1. I would choose the green polka dot one, so it could be for a boy or girl!!

  2. I really like the blue polka dotted bean bag.

  3. Beanybopp says:

    I would choose either the blue or green polka dotted ones.

  4. Dianna Thomas says:

    commented here also–

  5. I like either green or red polka dot. That way it could be used for a boy or a girl.

  6. Mikaela R. says:

    I would love to have the blue polka dot one!

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