You would have to have been sleeping under a rock if you hadn’t realised that the Royals are soon to be welcoming the pitter patter of tiny feet. Yes William and Kate’s baby is due in the next few weeks and there is much speculation over what they will name their first son or daughter. To join in with some of the fun BabyTV.com carried out a Nationwide Survey involving 1500 UK parents asking what they thought the baby would be named, this is what they thought;
Who made the final decision when you chose names for your children and how did you decide on their names? I had dreamt of Little Bean’s name long before I even met Hubby but thankfully he liked it and it stuck, when it came to Beanie Boy we struggled to find a name that we liked and then one evening Hubby came home and suggested it and I loved it straight away. Dare I say it when it came to choosing Jelly Bean’s name, I was watching a Celebrity TV Game Show when one of the guests was telling the host the names of his children and my ears perked up at the name of his son, decision made! According to the survey almost 60% of British Mums choose their child’s first name whilst Dad’s have a mere 21% influence and grandparents are way down the pecking order at just a 4% influence.
Mummy Matters Competition Time!
Now I have an opportunity for you to enter two great competitions, one here on my site to win a Baby TV Package worth £60 containing these 6 DVDs to keep your little one entertained.
Entry is so simple;
All you need to do is enter the main competition at BabyTV.com you can read the details of the competition below. Once you have entered the competition on BabyTV I would like you to come back here and leave a comment below telling me that you did so and the name that you created.
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Giveaway Closes 11.59pm on 28th June 2013!!!!!
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Baby TV Competition Time!!!
Challenging convention, Baby TV is throwing down the gauntlet to British parents and asking them to create a NEW name for a boy or a girl.
Baby TV is launching a competition challenging you to create a new name for a boy and a girl together with an explanation behind it e.g. Cathliam (a combination of Prince William and Catherine Middleton).
A Right Royal Prize
The winning name – be it the cleverest or the one that make’s us smile the most – will literally put their child in the picture with prizes you’ll want to keep forever.
· A framed portrait of your child in the style of their favourite Baby TV character.
· A soft toy made in the likeness of your child’s cartoon.
· The cartoon image on a series of memorabilia – a shirt/ a pillowcase/ a mug and a water bottle.
Founded in 2003, BabyTV offers 24 hours of top-quality content created by educational experts for babies and toddlers, in a commercial-free environment. It was designed to support parents by providing shows that explore early learning themes through fun, with an emphasis on parent-child interaction. A part of FOX International Channels since 2007, BabyTV airs in over 100 countries globally via 600+ affiliate platforms, and in 18 languages, and also provides its content via VOD, Mobile and Broadband offerings. Visit www.babytv.com