We love sharing great opportunities for our readers to win something fabulous – so we are sharing this fabulous opportunity with parents of those with kids under 2 years old to win an iPad mini.
All you need to do to win is sit down with a cup of tea (ahem); probably after the kids have gone to bed. Fill out this survey, and tell us what life is like as a parent to a kid under 2.
This survey has been created by a PhD student in Clinical Psychology at the School of Health in Social Science in the University of Edinburgh; Aigli Raouna. They are looking to find out more about the emotional links between parents and their babies. It is a really fascinating piece of research.
It will take you about 20-25 minutes to fill this out, but we promise that the results will be really helpful to the University, and also in helping us to understand what being a parent is all about. The questions within the survey have also been approved by the University Research Committee as well.
The closing date for the competition is the 31st August at 11.59pm; but I suggest you enter as soon as you can so you don’t forget about it all, as we know that is a reasonable time off for most of us…..
CLOSED: Take the survey here –
Winner: Barbara Haliotou
This promotion is run by the University of Edinburgh and KiddyCharts is not responsible for the fulfilment of the prize, or the terms and conditions of the competition. All details for the competition are available for review on the direct link to the site on the University of Edinburgh’s website.
We are simply helping them to reach a wider, relevant audience.
Do pass this article on to anyone that you know that also have a child under two. The more data the university gets the better.
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Note: We have received no compensation or been gifted products for writing this article. We just think that the research is an excellent idea and will be particularly beneficial to parent; so we have agreed to support it for free.