Thursday, 5 November 2009

You Got A Sooki Baby? GIVEAWAY!



I am banging my head against the keyboard trying to get work done while the Doctor keeps asking me questions and telling me he wishes he could have yet another choc chip cookie. Anyone that thinks working from home is a holiday (but you have the fridge right there!, you're at home - awesome, it must be blissful being at home all day, but you get to work in your pyjamas!*) seriously, you can come over here and come and headbutt the keyboard with me. I need a lifeline.

But today, the lifeline is yours. A pretty giveaway. SOOKI BABY are giving three PMM readers the chance to win a babywear piece each.

All you have to do is comment on this post and tell me what size (between 0-2) you'd like to win.

Dijana Dotur (designer of SOOKI BABY) started the quirky label at home. With two small kids. I wonder if she headbutted her keyboard some days too?

* I don't work in my pyjamas. Nor swimsuit. Ever.

37 comments:

Suzy said...

Oh I so hear you on the working from home thing. I end up doing laundry in my lunch break, and don't have the perks of good coffee and adult conversation that working in the city offered...

I'd take a Size 2 :)

Sarah said...

Gosh, does the Dr want to put bandaids on your head when you bang it on the keyboard? Size 1 would tickle my fancy! Cute stuff.

sandra said...

Everyone says working from home is the way to go, but heck, it's good to get away from the place too.

I'd love a size 0.

Ellieboo said...

As I type this it is 4 minutes to the start of Glee, so your day is just about to get a lot better!

Great giveaway - size 2 please

Pimi said...

I love the Sooki Baby range. Size 0 would be fab ploise :D

kitty said...

Ooh, too cute! Size zero would be lovely.

Gillian said...

Size 2 for us! I love their stuff - great quality. We have a top with a picture of a kangaroo that says 'frog?' on it. Makes me laugh every time I see it. Also the "I AM NOT AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD WOLF" top. Very cute.

Sarah said...

OH yes !!!! Little man would LOVE a Sooki Baby outfit! He would be one trendy boy!

Size 0 would be perfect this summer!

Georgie Love said...

Glee is over. Size 1 please!

Need to resist watching more on youtube, but they said REPEATS NEXT WEEK. What bullshit is that?

Jessi said...

oh yay yay yay!

size 2 for my 13 month old tommy-boy.. :)

thanks lovely

Lucyc said...

I'm on my maternity leave at the moment with dreams of giving up teaching and starting a textiles business from home (with some journal writing also). Am I being ambitious???? I dream of pj's, babies round my ankles and dinner in the oven whilst working at the computer.
Hmmmm... maybe I should put some cushioning on the keyboard now?
I would love a size 1, good luck x
(www.m-other-lucyc.blogspot.com)

Lisa said...

I had to buy a coffee machine to distract me from head butting my keyboard anymore. Now I hit away in a caffine-induced state. (LOVE Sooki Baby, my little boy LIVED in the stuff and has one of their size 2 pieces now, but they are snapped up SOO quick at our local retailer).

Rach said...

How people make a success of a home based business while raising children is beyond me! I can't cope with a few orders a week let alone launching something as successful as the sooki brand. It takes amazing organisation and passion, both of which I think I am lacking!

Smallest size would be lovely...

Mama Mogantosh said...

It's so hard. And I understand why everybody thinks it would be so easy and perfect cause that's what we all damn thought too! Am thinking about getting a teenage babysitter for a couple of hours in the arvo so I can write in the caravan.

Size 2 pls Lexy.

Amy Paul said...

Sooki babies are worn by groovin litttle gremlins. My Monty boy would love a size 0!

Monique said...

We have a few sooki babes here who make getting any kind of work (paid or otherwise) impossible. My size 2 would love a new sooki to go with her attitude.

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Neeraj said...

Hi,

Hope you are doing well! This is Anamika Tiwari from Webneetech.com. At present we are interviewing entrepreneurs and now we are starting another section to feature (interview) bloggers and their blog on webneetech.com

We find your blog bit interesting and would like to feature your interview on our website.

Please let me know your email id or else contact us on i.webneetech@gmail.com, so that we can send you the questionnaire and feature you on webneetech.com Please visit www.webneetech.com to know more about us.

Regards,
Anamika
Webneetech.com

rebecca said...

I have no bubba, but I certainly feel your pain... sometimes I think it's like being trapped... I get so excited at the markets on the weekend because I get to talk to actual human beings!

Thanks for your comments on my blog too, so good to hear from pro-imagination people!

Bec.

Anna said...

We,ve got nothing to be a Sooki baby about in these little numbers....one of the cutest brands I,ve seen out there! So stop head butting the computer and stoop being a Sooki baby.

Size 1 for my bambino Thankyou

Christina Lowry said...

Oh, sooki baby have the cutest stuff. My sister brought Cohen the cutest little top with little blue kids on it. So sweet. Please may we be in the draw for size 1 boys stuff.

Kirsty said...

Doing anything at home when you've got smalls is hard let alone working. I'm just lucky that my Master 1.75 still sleeps about 3 hours a day. Phew. I take my hat off to ya.

Thanks for the giveaway PMM. I'm thinking a size 2 would be fabulous oh and I have a boy. Just in case ya need to know.

Cheers!

zofia said...

Hmm, the baby boy is not too bad, it's the 5 year old sister I have to worry about ;)
Love a Size 2 for my cheeky boy.
(Oh, I work in my pj's where possible!)

jodi said...

headbutting isn't great for your vocabulary. keep that in mind! ha.
size 2 pretty please (boys)

Anonymous said...

Sometimes I'm so jealous when hubby gets to go to work. He leaves the house, wears clean clothes and smelling nice, talks to adults, gets time to himself but best of all...he gets to go to the bathroom by himself!!
Imagine such luxury.
Emma :)
qotfu72@yahoo.com.au

ps My boy is a size 2

Christie - Childhood 101 said...

Cute, cute, cute, size 2 please.

This afternoon I was unwashed, unbrushed and un-made-up and in my trackies when I bundled my 20mth old into the car for drive thru coffee and donuts. Just because I felt like coffee. I love the anonymity of drive thrus on days when I am too busy working to take care of me.

Nikki said...

Yup - I headbutt keyboards,too. I not only try to work from home (often in pj's) but ALSO take the little one with me to work. How's THAT for being a glutton for punishment?

Anyhoo - a size 0 would be amazing.

Jade said...

Oh I can imagine - it's never easy like people think!

I love Sooki baby clothing too - size 2 would be awesome for us :) I have a very cool little safari suit with sunny's and keys drawn on that I love to put on Jett!

nattyj said...

Hiya...size 1 for my baby boy would be divine! I'm sharing my computer with my husband atm (well should say OUR computer) as he has had a few weeks at home, but we are pushing each other off it all the time...my routine is mucked up...well my baby boy & I had a routine, he plays & I play too on the computer! (now my husband can really see what I do at home all day!)

m.e (Cathie) said...

the bad thing about working from home..you can't escape it sometimes!
size 2 would be fab ♥

Sherrin said...

No. Working from home is not easy. I totally get where you are coming from. I reckon it's harder. A lot harder- especially when you throw small people into the equation!

(I'd love a SZ1 (for the last longer factor!) for a small person who is soon to be born... would be such a lovely thing to gift.)

Shelley Trbuhovich said...

i hear you pmm; i know all about the working from home thing as it was my life for about three years before we set up an office elsewhere. i found keeping the house quiet while making phonecalls the hardest....and resisting distractions of the domestic kind.
size 2 would be delightful!
thanks for the giveaway op. x

Anonymous said...

Working from home is a hard juggling act, you're always on the go. Adore all things Sooki baby and would love a size 1 please.
Katie
knygh[at]hotmail[dot]com

Angie said...

working from home means you don't really get a tea-break because you're always squeezing in little bits & pieces....at least that's what I found (plus a lot of LATE nights getting stuff done)

I digress....I just bought that kombi SOOKI baby outfit for a friend's babe, but with babies everywhere at the moment I'll put my hand up for another....ummm....size 1.

Cindy said...

Any time you want to discuss the plan of working full time form home while supervising children and keeping the house in some assemblance of order, please ring - because I am realising how much of a stupid plan it is. If I don't answer though it is because I am asleep.
Size 2 for the Pop-inator would be cool

Black Eyed Susie said...

I may start headbutting my sewing machine soon. The only way I get anything done is to completely ignore the fact that I'm totally surrounded by chaos and totally ignore the need to produce dinner. Lucky I have an understanding hubbie.

Size O for Arj would be soooo cool. Hearing that Sooki started from home is very inspiring!

So Now What? said...

I would like to compare my work from home (computer) to say, my husbands work from home (tough manly manual labour) and how he fails to see that mine is just as important and no I can't get the kids a fucking juice as I am in the middle of some important shit. Just as important as yours DARLINK! K Rant over. Soz about the swearing.

Size 2 Boys x