Friday, 11 May 2012

Closed Win Toddling Shoes from Little Dish Ends June 10th



Hot on the heels (pardon the pun) of the Little Dish and Barnardo's Big toddle pack giveaway comes another set of lovely prizes for Given To Distracting Others followers. You get chance for a sneak preview before they go on sale too!

In support of the Little Dish partnership with Barnardo’s Big Toddle, (for more info read here)  Little Dish are  going to be selling special packs of their Chicken and Butternut Squash Pie with a pair of toddling shoes for just £5.
The limited edition packs will be available in Sainsbury’s from Wednesday 23rd May. They come in three different shoe sizes – small 4/5; medium 6/7; and large 8/9 and they even come fitted with a little Mabel badge.

**Now the shoes will  sell out pretty fast, if you want to ensure a pair for your toddler, don't wait until the end of this giveaway**
For your chance to win one of five pairs Little Dish have kindly offered to me, you need to step right up (sorry) and enter the easy Rafflecopter form, don't forget to leave a name in comments if you post as anonymous so I can match the entry to you comment.
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Disclosure:  I have not been paid or otherwise compensated to promote the topic, product or service reviewed in this post.

99 comments:

  1. Oh what a fab prize! My God-daughter is just starting to walk, and I just know that once she gets her confidence there will be NO stopping her, she's a stubborn wee cutie. :)

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  2. Lovely prize, my granddaughter makes me laugh every time I see her, took her to church, she decided to stand at the very front & said "Bogey, need tissue"!!

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  3. Pick need pick mere haha

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  4. Hi, thanks for another great competition! Little tiny shoes are sooooo cute! I'd like to win some for my grandaughter Olivia who is a lovely smiley happy baby of 8 months at the moment. @WrightyH

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  5. Thanks for the comp, I'm taking my son on the big toddle with the childrens centre. Fancy dress & a picnic in the park :o) Michelle x

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  6. Not quite a toddler yet - but not far off!

    Leigh Larkin @fairyprincess31

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  7. My youngest daughter is forever dressing up often tries on my shoes (much to my dismay as she always seems to throw them back in my wardrobe!). One day she asked me why I never wear my heels anymore and I told her it was because my legs ad feet aren't what they used to be since becoming a mum. A few days later her class teacher called me over and told me that my daughter had told the class during 'news'...'my mummy only wears flat shoes now because her legs stretched apart when she had babies!' We both had a laugh!!

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  8. would love to win for my wee boy!

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  9. perfect for my toddling toddler!
    tina santilli

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  10. This is a lovely prize - my daughter is only 20 months old yet she loves shoes. She already has her favourite colour shoe which is pink of course :-) she also loves walking round the house in adults shoes. Problem is she also knows that people have to put their shoes on to leave the house so when i have friends round if my daughter wants them to go she hands them there shoes and waves goodbye - HOW EMBARRASSING LOL

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  11. grandaughter isnt a toddler yet but im sure when she is she would love these

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  12. these look great! :o)

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  13. my niece she is simply fab

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  14. ../(,")\♥ ♥(".)
    .../♥\. = ./█\. what a great prize. My children are older but i have a grand
    .._| |_ .._| |_ child who will be toddling very soon. Talking of things kids say when they are younger. My son who had just had chicken pox got on the bus with me. We sat opposite a teenage boy with bad acne and my son asked him if he had chicken pox too

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  15. Jonathan Smith11 May 2012 at 21:40

    These shoes are 'Cool Tumble'.

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    (”__”) My 2 year old daughter just adores shoes, she is totally obsessed just like her mummy! Luckily she likes clothes too unlike her eldest brother who used to streak naked out the front door any time it was opened! Once when the neighbour asked him where his clothes were, he said he hadn't any! The embarrassment was excruciating!

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    (”__”) My 2 year old daughter just adores shoes, she is totally obsessed just like her mummy! Luckily she likes clothes too unlike her eldest brother who used to streak naked out the front door any time it was opened! Once when the neighbour asked him where his clothes were, he said he hadn't any! The embarrassment was excruciating!

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    (”__”) My 2 year old daughter would love a pair as she just adores shoes, she is totally obsessed just like her mummy! Luckily she likes clothes too unlike her eldest brother who used to streak naked out the front door any time it was opened! Once when the neighbour asked him where his clothes were, he said he hadn't got any! The embarrassment was excruciating!

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  19. Would love some of these for my 2 year old niece. She loves shoes and handbags!

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  20. These would be lovely for my Princess Phoebe, she's just starting to want to stand so won't be long before she's off!
    They'd be great for my other Munchkin Jake too aslong as they come in a different colour, even I'm not mean enough to put him in pink clogs!

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  21. def need some shoes in preparation for my little monster, big monster just decided to get up & start walking, no wobbling about & small steps, bit of a shock so need to be prepared this time lol

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  22. .I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post

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  23. I would love to win these for my niece. She's a bit of a late walker and has been 'bottom-shuffling' up until recently but now she's found her feet, she's like Speedy Gonzales! :)

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  24. My little boy is obsessed with Fireman Sam & Norman Price! He is only 27 months old yesterday, and he saw a cat walking across the garden and he shouted "Wait a minute, it's a wolf" Me & my OH fell about laughing- he just picks up the most funniest comments & phrases, and uses them in the right context (OK maybe it wasn't a wolf in this case....) haha!

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  25. My son, who'd get the shoes, has just learnt to roar/growl and is so chuffed with himself each time he does it!

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  26. Joanne Cross joannecross1980@yahoo.co.uk12 May 2012 at 23:11

    My little toddler, who I only ever give organic fruit and the occasional organic baby snack to, has just spent the whole day yelling 'sweets' at the top of her voice. I don't know where she heard it. But it's really ruining my middle class mummy act!

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  27. Valerie Hartley13 May 2012 at 12:58

    Hi - fingers crossed.

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  28. Fingers crossed - Joanne hover

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  29. my 2 year old daughter is very clever but also very naughty- an evil genius in the making!

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  30. my 2 year old daughter is very clever but very naughty!

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  31. These look very cute. My 19 month old is constantly toddling - he doesn't sit down!

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  32. My little man Ryan is such a funny boy
    He's a loveable rogue with a favourite toy
    Funny thing is his toy is Baby Jake
    But in a Pink Bunny suit - for geees sake
    I get funny looks when he carries it around
    But he's my boy and he makes me proud.
    I wouldn't care if he carried a dolly
    He's a funny little soul, a sweet little lolly

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  33. I'd love to win these for my grandaughter Paige, she's just turned 1 & is walking round everywhere so these would be great.

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  34. Jessica Magson14 May 2012 at 07:18

    I'd love to win a pair for my daughter - her feet are rowing fast than I can book her in for shoe fittings!

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  35. My grandson as just turned 18 months and started toddling last month after propelling himself around on his bottom and using his left hand, now we can't keep up with him these shoes will be great as he loves been out in the garden and allotment with his grandad

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  36. Hi would love to win these for my friends little boy, He has just stared walking and waving to everyone ! Kim Mayhead

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  37. hi my toddler is always gigggling

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  38. i would like to win for my daughter shes such a little chatterbox but a little cutie too

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  39. georgeous shoes

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  40. A few days ago when I said to my daughter "Lily I love you" she replied with "Shhh be quiet mummy".

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  41. Hi! Please enter me in the draw - thank you!

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  42. My son has just started to walk and is now trying to learn how to kick a ball. It never goes the way he wants ;-).

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  43. My son is 2 and loves toddling about. In fact he is doing a Big Toddle this year and would love to have Big Toddle shoes to wear with his Buzz Lightyear outfit (he has to go as his favourite super hero and we have watched the films already about 10 times!) Di Mayze

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  44. would love 4 my daughter .........going though a stage of literally kissing bums atm lol

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  45. My little boy has been attempting to drink from a plastic cup all day - the result = one very wet and soggy toddler! I've tried explaining to him that he needs to sip it rather than just throw the contents at his face and hope that some falls in his mouth but my advice has fallen on deaf ears!

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  46. The little chap who will be wearing these is called Seth and he loves to sing! He sings 'row row row the boat' every morning without fail - he's like a cockerel :)

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  47. I would lovee to win these for my grandaughter, i live at the side of the river and she loves playing there (under supervision of course) She would need the large size please Pamela Wendy Clayton

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  48. My toddler is obsessed with shoes and would love to have a pair of toddling shoes to add to his collection!

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  49. My little man is just amazingly cute, he is bilingual and comes up with funny mixes and creations. today he counted "one two three funf acht funf ten" lol :)

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  50. My 2 year old niece spends most of her time in wellies,these would make a change! :)

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  51. My 3yr old daughter has a habit of telling people that mummy has 2 bums as she thinks my sparetummy is a bum lol!

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  52. My two year old has decided that all her shoes relate to different characters in tv shows she likes. None of them are branded, but in her mind she has "Daisy shoes", "Rosie Shoes", "Peppa Shoes" and "Holly Shoes". Our job is trying to remember which pair is which!

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  53. My little one is one of two- everything is shared, so if lucky these shoes will probably get twice the wear!

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  54. Sarahann Tonner31 May 2012 at 18:47

    I would give these to my god daughter. She's just started walking and loves exploring!!!

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  55. my friend would love these for her baby

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  56. I would choose size medium if I won a pair of these for my daughter. x thanks x

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  57. My little boy shouts Pappaple and Nanana when he sees fruit.

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  58. My kid is a lazy little sod, maybe these would entice him to walk! - Shea W.

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  59. Hi these would be great for my little nephew Henry.

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  60. these would be great for my little nephew Henry.

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  62. Charlotte Jones3 June 2012 at 21:39

    They'd be for my 2 year old daughter - she loves walking everywhere and these would come in handy! She got a chance to wear her wellies again today and was over the moon!

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  63. lovely giveaway - jen jackson

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  64. My angelic Melody told me to 'Put your bum away, Mummy' while i was getting dressed this morning. Charming as ever!
    @olivia280177

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  65. I can see my little boy trying to eat them. He's got something with shoes, he always tries to eat them! haha :) x
    @LilinhaAngel

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  66. It's so funny what they say and the things they repeat! The other day we were watching a programme and the lady in it lived in a really dirty, filthy house, and I didn't realise my youngest was in the room and I said "eurgh what a dirty cow" and from then on all he would say was "dirty cow", when my mum turned up a bit later he opened the door he said "It's nanny, dirty cow!"

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  67. fiona matthews7 June 2012 at 15:09

    my teo year old stood in dogs poo few days ago and because we had to take her shoes and wash them she has now become obsessed with checking shoes for poo. she walks up to her uncles and tries to lift their feet shouting poo poo. not that funny in the supermarket when she meets them.

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  68. Hello! Rosie can't walk by herself yet but she's getting there. SHe likes saying "Ohhh OOOHHH oooh" like kenneth williams and puts her nose up in the air to show how Posh she is. SHe says "tickle Tickle" and tickles us on the knees and Pats us on the hand and says "ahhhh, ba ba"
    She is 15 months old and a little monkey.

    xx

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  69. Just saying Hi as I can't think of anything funny!

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  70. Hi, she has two left feet, always tripping over lol :)

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  71. Hope he can climb in them, that's all he likes to do.
    Jen8

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  72. I would love to win these shoes as I will donate them to charity to go to Romania.

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  73. Elizabeth Williams9 June 2012 at 00:55

    would love to win these for my little one

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  74. My grand daughter fell over last week and proudly showed me the scar and proudly announced that she had broken her leg.

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  75. Would love to win for my little one

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  76. my little boy loves putting his own wellies on but he always puts them on the wrong feet :) - sarah parker

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  77. My nephew is a little cheecky chappy and would love these!

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  78. These would be for my Grand-Daughter, still quite young but showing great potential in the shoe liking department!

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  79. great giveaway thankyou x

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  80. i think my little one will try and eat them, loves his shoes and socks lol x

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  81. Daisy is 15 months old and would be getting the shoes if I was lucky enough to win. Her big sister Piper is 4 but Daisy's feet are almost as big as Pipers already! I blame her Daddy who has enormous feet (mind you, mine aren;t exactly tiny) @piperanddaisy

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  82. My daughter recently pointed to the condiments on the table and asked what they were. I answered that one was pepper and one was salt. She replied, "salt? That's not salt. If that one is peppa then this one must be george!"

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  83. My friend's little girl, Erin is 16 months old and now she can walk, she never sits still!

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  84. loving all the little play on words you got in there :) my little princess Fifi isnt walking just yet but we still love a cute pair of shoes

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  85. I would love to win these for my little man who makes me laugh all the time, he loves calling everyone a bogey brain i blame horrid henry!

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  86. I would love these for my Godson Syd (Squidney!) He is the squdgiest boy around and is just so cute! He will be 10mths in 4 days time and is already walking quite well although bumping himself a lot! His poor Mum is run ragged and I know she would love these for him!

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  87. Sooo cute my daughter and her mum would love these!

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  88. MY daughter Tiana who is 4 is the happiest toddler around, she make us laugh as she wakes up giggling and goes to bed giggling every day :)

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