Win A Sleep Suit From The White Company With Infacol’s Colic Awareness Month {Giveaway}

Did you know that September 26th is officially the most popular birthday in the UK ? The number of babies born in a single day rises from 1,800 to 2,000 ! This means there are lots of excited expectant parents awaiting their little bundles of joy. However 1 in 3 of them are not aware Infantile Colic, a medical condition which affects 1 in 5 newborns. Colic can cause excessive crying which can be a challenge to soothe.

Infacol and Cry-sis, the only parenting charity dedicated to supporting parents through excessive infant crying, have launched Colic Awareness Month in September. The campaign strives to educate and support parents so they can enjoy the full experience of parenthood.

While some parents use methods such as lullabies and background noise to soothe their crying babies many are turning to modern technology for help. A new app has been developed which claims to interpret an infant’s cry. By using acoustics of the cries of thousands of babies, the new app ‘Chatterbaby’ claims to help parents decipher a cry of hunger, pain, tiredness or if they are just fed up. Infacol carried out a survey of 500 mums and dads with babies under the age of 2, and found that 1 in 3 parents would be willing to try an app like this, if it helped to calm their infant.

To mark Colic Awareness Month Infacol would like to offer one of our lucky readers the chance to win a gorgeous sleep suit from The White Company (size 0-6 months). If you would like the chance to win you can enter the giveaway below using the gleam app. Make sure you pop back daily for an extra bonus entry. Have a read the terms and conditions and best of luck with your entry.

Terms & Conditions

  • Entrants must be over 18 years old.
  • Open to UK entries only.
  • The Closing date is 05.10.2018 11.59pm.
  • The prize is a White Company Sleep Suit Size 6-6 Months as stated above.
  • The winner will be selected at random from all valid entries and contacted by email.
  • The winner has 14 days to respond failure to do so will result in a new winner being selected.
  • Winner must allow 28 working days for delivery of prize.
  • Please read our privacy policy to understand how we use any data we collect.

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84 thoughts on “Win A Sleep Suit From The White Company With Infacol’s Colic Awareness Month {Giveaway}

  1. When my daughter had colic i gave her infacol and burped her after feeding and to soothe her to sleep i would put on Ewan the dream sheep for white noise.

  2. We did not go through colic thank goodness! but I think just knowing that it will end (one day) and taking breaks and rest for yourself has to help?!

  3. Yes, my son did and it was horrible, he used to cry every night from 7pm onwards for hours. I tried everything, in the end I just relied on my Mum to help me take it in turns to soothe him – it was a hard few months x

  4. Oh yes my little girl suffered terribly with Colic, I had to put a powder in her milk and give her baby massages that really helped.

  5. My son and daughter didn’t suffer with colic thank goodness, but I’m expecting again in December so need to have Infacol front of mind just in case.

  6. No, my daughter just didn’t want to go to sleep. Didn’t want to miss the party I think. She still doesn’t need much sleep and she’s 27 now.

  7. my son suffered from colic very bad, he used to cry for upto 3 hours a night, I did not find anything that helped except putting music on

  8. Thankfully not, but my nieces daughter suffered terribly and seems to be winding for hours, she also does baby massage, changed teets and infacol.

  9. They thought my little girl had colic and we tried so much to settle her but with no luck 🙁 Actually turned out she has a cows milk protein allergy!

  10. Thankfully my kids didn’t suffer with colic, I would have asked my mum for advice on what to do if they had of x

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