We’ve partnered up with Stokke to offer you the chance to win a set of Tripp Trapp steps from Stokke, plus two tickets to an exclusive nutrition workshop at the Good Housekeeping Institute
The kitchen table. A place where stories are told, memories are made, and, undoubtedly, messes and spillages are created and cleaned up once again, ready for a new day. The hub
of the family right from the start, even for the youngest members of the clan.
Although your newborn baby won’t be eating until she hits the weaning milestone, this doesn’t mean she misses out on all the fun. Enabling eye contact and early interaction is great for development and this is where the revolutionary Stokke Tripp Trapp steps begin their life with the help of the Newborn Set.
Over 45 years ago, Norwegian designer Peter Opsvik knew there needed to be a chair designed for every stage of childhood and beyond. Today, the Stokke Tripp Trapp has become one of Scandinavia’s most recognisable designs.
The key to its success is timeless, quality design that has seen millions of children around the world having grown-up using this iconic chair. So whether you’re enjoying a relaxed Sunday brunch, or have the grandparents over for dinner, enable little diners to sit together with the rest of the family; the Stokke Tripp Trapp goes right up to your dining table, allowing your child to learn and develop alongside you. Daily interaction with their family positively impacts a child and stimulates their healthy development.
- Your very own Stokke Tripp Trapp.
- Two places for you and your baby to attend an exclusive Stokke workshop hosted by nutritionist Charlotte Stirling-Reed at the Good Housekeeping Institute, London, on 24 September, 3-5pm. Hear the latest research and the importance of eating together.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply fill out the form below:
Terms and conditions: *competition closes at 11:59pm on 18 september 2019
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