Thank You Thursdays: Drool Monkey

July 05, 2012

Welcome to July's first Thank You! Thursday Giveaway!!! Today we are proud to offer something from our friends at Drool Monkey Organics. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Drool Monkey Organics produces the finest quality eco-friendly baby products. The featured product of DMO is the Drool Monkey lovie. The Drool Monkey is an ultra-soft and absorbent teething toy made of organic cotton. This wonderful product helps prevent drool & teething rash in two ways. First, the unique fabric composition provides wicking action keeping saliva off your infant's skin. Second, the knotable corners provide something for your little one to chew on for teething relief. Celebrities like Selma Blair (left) and Ali Landry's son Marcelo (right) have been spotted with their Drool Monkeys and now is your chance to have one too!!!

Selma Blair and Ali Landry's children both love Drool Monkey

One lucky Mama will win a Drool Monkey Lovie for their baby. To enter, use the widget below to "like" Drool Monkey on Facebook and tell us my you want a Drool Monkey in the comment section. Earn more chances to win by “liking” You! Lingerie, "liking" this blog post below, joining our You! newsletter and Drool Monkey Organics mailing list. Open to Mamas in the U.S. only. Contest ends July 6, 2012, at 12:01 a.m. EST. Be sure to check back to find out if you are a winner and remember our basic rules apply.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are chosen as a winner, we will send you an email alerting you of your winnings. If we do not hear back from you within 48hours, we will pick another winner.

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