>Munchie Mug Review & Giveaway- My Baby is turning 1 (and Cool for Preschool!)

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I never heard of the Munchie Mug until I started blogging a few months ago.  Which is so tragic, really.  Trust me when I say to you that if you have a toddler or are around one a lot and you don’t know what Munchie Mugs are, you WANT to…and you will be forever glad that I shared them with you.  If you are already familiar you will just nod your head in agreement.  WHY?

This is a snack cup that actually IS spillproof.

Sure, its cute.  It comes in pink, too.  (Don’t worry, it also comes in blue and yellow)  Has that nice space for little hands (or an adult’s hands) to hold the cup so it doesn’t go flying around the world.  (You could also use the toy linky things to clip this onto a stroller or carseat strap and keep it from touching the ground).  But can you see the blue fabric?  Its genius, I say.  We brought our Munchie Mug to my sister’s wedding last night and every parent there, with kids from 3 weeks to 25 years of age, were in awe at this thing.  Every single one of them was impressed.  Baby B likes to crawl around with her hand IN the mug, but she does frequently pull her hand out and have herself some puffs or cheerios.  Even when she waves her arm around and the cup goes flying- THE SNACKS STAY IN.  They don’t fly out!  Trust me when I tell you we have tested this theory many times in different scenarios.  Munchie Mug always wins.  
The bigger 2 are dying to try it, but I am trying to keep it for the littlest Bargain family member.  She’s the one who needs it most (OK my little man could use one as well)!!  
Did I mention that Munchie Mugs are SAFE, too?  Oh yes, my friends.  No BPA.  
This is straight from their website:

Munchie Mug is 100% proudly made in America with safety in mind. Made of tough, durable, and recyclable No. 5 polypropylene from American suppliers, the plastic and color additives are approved for direct food contact according to FDA 21 CFR, sections 177.1520 and 170.39. Munchie Mug comes with a 16 oz. plastic jar that effectively holds 10 oz. of dry foodstuffs and is suitable for children 10 months and older. The unique patent pending lid screws on tight, assuring that it stays on and the food stays in

Not only that, but it is dishwasher safe.  Hard to not like that, right? I love my dishwasher.  *Sigh.* I also love things that I can put IN my dishwasher.

So now that you have seen this thing, and know how great it is- I bet you are dying to go order one RIGHT NOW.  If you are…well, here’s where to do that. OR, you can enter to win one, right here on my little blog.

Mandatory Entry:
Go to Munchie Mug and tell me something you read in the FAQ or something on the site that caught your eye.   Oh, and tell me what color you want (pink!! pick pink!) if you win.   Leave your email too please!

Extra Entries:
Follow my blog via GFC, Networked Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, RSS Feed or Email subscription (1 entry each.) IF you follow me in ALL those manners, grab 5 extra entries and put “loving this mama” for the extras

Share this giveaway on any social networking site.  Leave the URL to your post please!!  If tweeting please include @mamatomjr

Like Munchie Mug on Facebook

Comment on any non -giveaway post with a relevant comment and get 3 entries/post

This giveaway will end on August 11, 2010 at midnight EST.  Winner to be chosen using random.org.  If I don’t hear from the winner within 48 hours of contact I will choose a new winner using random.org.

Good luck!

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I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.  

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  • >I read that each Munchie Mug is supplied with a clear threaded solid lid that can replace the special fabric lid and keep the food fresh whenever the Mug is not in use! I want the blue one!reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  • >This caught my eye and makes me happy :)There is a small writable band on the lower portion of the special lid where names may be placed with a permanent marking pen.I have a 2 year old boy who loves to spill his snacks on the floor for the dog and my new little girl coming in September as she will be doing the same thing :) I will say Yellow so they can both use it!mandalynne@kc.rr.com

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  • >The Munchie Mug comes only with the 16 oz. cup. (Assembled size is 5-1/4” tall x 4” in diameter)mverno@roadrunner.com

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  • >I love that it is made in America. I love the pink color.Thanks for the chance.mogrill@comcast.net

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  • >The fabric stays closed until a hand pops in! I'd love a blue one PLEASE!ourkidsmom @ gmail dot com

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  • >I learned that the Munchie Mug was field tested for over a year. I would choose the pink Munchie Mug. =)lisar79 at msn dot com

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