Eight maids-a-milking: giveaway

Cow Cup

On the 8th day of Christmas my true love gave to me…

Well, it may not have been 8 maids-a-milking, but it can be 8 Cow Cups for 8 lucky maids-a-winning! See what I did there? No? Ok, well, the truth is, as a baby I was pretty much keen to get on with it – no chilling out while Mummy did all the feeding for me. Oh-ho-ho-nooooo! I was totally hands on and keen to take over. We, like a lot of new parent:demanding-toddler combos, tried most cups on the market, but we finally settled on the Cow Cup as our fave. And lucky for Mummy that we did: no matter what I did with this baby, the juice stayed in the cup. The milk refused to exit the spout – unless I was actually drinking!

From the inventors of the udderly brilliant Anywayup Cup comes the Cow Cup. Featuring a unique no-spill valve, and a cool design, we have 8 Cow Cups to give away. Enter by leaving a comment via the Rafflecopter form below. Extra entries can be earned by subscribing to the Anywayup Cup Facebook and Twitter feeds.

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95 Responses to Eight maids-a-milking: giveaway

  1. Katarina Lloyd says:

    A cup that doesn’t always end up on the floor!

  2. Tracy Grant says:

    A cup that never empties, some days my little ones are so thirsty

  3. Anne says:

    socks and booties that stay on!

  4. EMMA WALTERS says:

    a robot that tidys all the toys up after them

  5. a button that mutes them ;)
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  6. kayleigh louise says:

    something 2 make them sleep!!

  7. Aimee Swift says:

    a self rocking pram to get little ones to nap

  8. P Wendy Clayton says:

    A napy that doesn’t need changing more than once a day

  9. stephanie tsang says:

    I’d like to invent something that would keep a baby sleeping all through the night.

  10. Megan Carr says:

    I would invent a force field that goes around Christmas trees so that they can’t pinch the baubles and use them as tiny footballs!

  11. These are great. My 3 yo still has his at night for his water and I haven’t had to get up for yonks. In truth, they changed my life!
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  12. anna says:

    i would like something that tells u exactly what they r thinking, before they can talk and tell u!

  13. Jo says:

    My son Thomas would love one of these!! :-)

  14. Jo says:

    Something to stop them dropping the cup on the floor once they have finished it
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  15. Romanian mum says:

    A flexible cup
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  16. Laura Costello says:

    Some kind of bubble wrap costume so they don’t get hurt! xx

  17. Sam says:

    A button you could press that tells you what exactly is wrong when they’re whinging.

  18. Lauren says:

    A toy that entertains every child without making any noise!! *headache*

  19. iain maciver says:

    a robot

  20. Nessie says:

    This would be great for my little one!

  21. jessica cook says:

    a cure for teething!

  22. Catherine McAlinden says:

    A velcro sleepsuit so they stay in their bed!

  23. Eileen Teo says:

    i will invert robot to teach them writing.

  24. grainne marnell-fox says:

    a temperture adjusting bottle so it’s always just the right temp

  25. sharon griffin says:

    a temper tantrum freeze button ;}

  26. Jane Morfett says:

    Clothes that don’t get dirty!

  27. A syrup that you take just once to prevent all allergies :)
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  28. Kirsten Barthy says:

    A self changing nappy

  29. kerry Locke says:

    Volume Control !!!

  30. Lorraine says:

    A cry translator so I know exactly why they are crying and how to calm them.

  31. Louise says:

    something that ensured they napped for the right amount of time
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  32. Sheila Bound says:

    Eye keeper opener to help to keep going after sleepless nights.

  33. emma says:

    a cure for teething problems

  34. Paul Heaney says:

    cool design

  35. Solange says:

    Instant sleep remote

  36. CHRISTINE ANDREWS says:

    a snow machine…..even for summer

  37. esther james says:

    a wriggle preventer!
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  38. Ang Broadbridge says:

    Right now a blooming safety gate that the dog can’t get around!

  39. Ang Broadbridge says:

    Right now a blooming safety gate that the dog can’t get around! Cheeky mutt!

  40. Sarah winder says:

    An automatic nappy changer haha
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  41. Something that works like an alarm clock. You set the time that you want them to wake up at and they sleep until then!
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  42. helmut grein says:

    something to avoid those head bumps

  43. Apart from a volume button, it would have to be something to reduce dribble! Beastie dribbles so much, it drives me bonkers, lol! x
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  44. nicola barter says:

    something to keep my baby entertained for more than a minute so can get on with my jobs!

  45. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

    A self-changing nappy would be good. :) :D x

  46. Kerry Brown says:

    mute button for my toddler…. -_-

  47. Sue McCarthy says:

    A device that translates their cries so you know when they are poorly / hungry / demanding attention etc.

  48. Kirsty Fox says:

    A pause button for when I need to take a breather!!

  49. abigail edkins says:

    a rocker that rocks at the sound of babe crying

  50. Carolin says:

    A clever little invention that makes sure that their cover doesn’t fall off x

  51. Kara says:

    so many things, something to stop colic, something so a cup is never empty, a blanket that cant be kicked off, a sleeping device lol xx
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  52. HELEN LLOYD says:

    Something that does everything else whilst we play

  53. Colette Burgess says:

    An “off switch” for overtired babies who won’t go to sleep!

  54. Helen Gardner says:

    A machine to read their minds…I’d love to know why a toy that makes a simple squeaking noise has my little one in fits for hrs

  55. peggy rossiter says:

    a painless way of cutting teeth

  56. KIERAN WALSH says:

    cutting teeth, something to help with pain

  57. Janet Coverdale says:

    Something to stop them waking up so early when you have had a late night

  58. Emma Ellison says:

    Something that makes them aware its the weekend so they give us a lie-in!

  59. Sarah Walford says:

    A bib that works and doesn’t get stained by bananas!!!

  60. I’d invent toddler air bags which are little patches like little round plasters and when toddler is falling or approaching a wall at more speed then a toddle…. the plaster kicks in and an mini air bag is deployed thus reducing the risk of scraps and bumps on head and the fear of social services coming round :)
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  61. Automatic handwasher to prevent sticky fingerprints on everything!

  62. leyla says:

    Id invent a self cleaning high chair, as I dont know how food manages to get in some places
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  63. Hannah says:

    I invent a bib that moved to catch food, or attracted it like a magnet to make cleaning up easier!

  64. shelagh milne says:

    Something that keeps them totally save and occupied while I cook the dinner

  65. Miranda Holman says:

    A robot nanny to do the night feeds :)

  66. Gul says:

    I would love to invent a robot nurse to do the night feeds!

  67. chris y says:

    A nappy changing device that would entertain, distract and KEEP MY TODDLER IN ONE PLACE until nappy change completed!

  68. sian hallewell says:

    a mute button!

  69. Janine Atkin says:

    a sick catcher! no matter how careful you are, it always ends up on the sofa/new cream rug/my sunday dinner/new dress you are about to leave the house in. a device that could predict when it will happen and where it will land!
    far fetched maybe but if it existed i bet many would buy it!

  70. kristy brown says:

    Something to keep them small until you are ready for them to be big!!

  71. Paz says:

    Mittens that stay on!

  72. Sharon Burroughs says:

    A dummy that puts itself back in they’re mouth!!

  73. Sharon V. says:

    Shoes that stay on ..so you dont get home from shopping to find they are wearing one shoe !

  74. Sarah Corbett says:

    I would invent a clothing range which isn’t all pale pink and blue! Something unique and funky is badly needed in this market place!

  75. Josie Coltman says:

    Trousers which stay up even when crawling in them!

  76. Clare Walshe says:

    A quick way to get them to sleep and stay asleep

  77. kate knight says:

    socks that stay on

  78. Mickie Bull says:

    Anti tantrum device

  79. karen dixon says:

    a silence button

  80. Nicola says:

    Self heating and self cleaning milk bottles

  81. Nicola says:

    A set of instructions…!

  82. Caroline H says:

    A hypnosis device that would distract for five minutes, guaranteed, whenever you really, really needed it!

  83. Gill B says:

    An indicator on the forehead that tells you what is the matter!

  84. jennie jackson says:

    A mute button!

  85. Helenthemadex says:

    self cleaning version!

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