Win a Toy Story 3 Air Hockey Game (competition now closed)

Toy Story 3 Air Hockey Game GiveawayToday is your last chance to win this Toy Story 3 Air Hockey Game, so get cracking! All you need to do to enter the prize draw is add a comment or review to ANY article on our website by midnight tonight (Wednesday December 15th), and you can enter as many times as you like. Other prizes include a Luxury Spa Kit for Mummy, and a Tunes for Toddler Tantrums CD.

To boost your chances of winning, remember to share our competition on your favourite social media (Twitter, Facebook, Digg, etc). Use #reallykidfriendly or leave a comment below to tell us you’ve shared it… it’ll make it easier for us to track the entries.

To DOUBLE your chances of winning submit a list of your favourite family friendly places in a UK area you know and love. It could be child friendly places to eat, great spots for mummy meet-ups, the 10 best places to go sledging, whatever. (Use this form or email ideas@reallykidfriendly.com)

Every entry is also counted towards our Grand Prize Draw.

Easy peasy, right? We look forward to reading your comments and reviews! Good luck!

A very special thank you goes out to TheHut.com, who have kindly donated the Toy Story 3 Air Hockey Game. If you’ve never shopped at TheHut, please stop by their site and have a look – they’ve got competitive prices, lots of special offers across the site, and their quick links to Top Toys and to browse by your child’s favourite character make it easy to find exactly the right christmas present for your little one.

As parents with Zhu Zhu obsessed children, we love how they’ve gone all Hamster-tastic too (Hamsters at TheHut.com). I’m thinking of writing a blog post inspired by this totally ridiculous but fabulously pink and Princessy Hamster-driven carriage.

£10 off when you spend £50 on Toys at TheHut


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Founder & Director at ReallyKidFriendly
Janis is a cheery and versatile digital expert with a healthcare background, usually seen either geeking out or sprinting through North London trying to catch her kids, Mads and Danger Boy. Thanks to her two boisterous rascals, she has become an expert in soft play areas, parks, energetic music classes, and where to get a stiff drink once they’ve gone to bed.
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