DDH Babe for Bonds Baby Search

DDH Babe for Bonds Baby Search 2016

 

Every year, Bonds run a competition to find "new little faces of Bonds". Wouldn't it be fantastic to see a DDH baby win?

The DDH community has been in love with the appropriately titled, "Hip Hip Hooray" outfits, with many parents dressing their little ones in these to celebrate them finishing their treatment.

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Join us in this fun and creative way to raise awareness for DDH

With the winners getting the chance to star in an upcoming Bonds Baby Photo Shoot, and the major winner - Bonds Wonder Bub of the Year - set to win the chance to appear in a Bonds TV or billboard campaign, this is a fun and creative way for us to raise awareness for DDH. (Healthy Hips Australia have no affiliation with Bonds, we just think this is a great opportunity to further hip dysplasia awareness).

Vote for ALL of these gorgeous DDH Babes today:

 

If you've entered your DDH babe into the Bonds Baby Search 2016 and would like to add them to this list please contact us.

Alana S - 

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Iris P - 

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Aliviah L - 

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Dylan H - 

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Josh T - 

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India D - 

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Oliver W - 

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Alanah B - 

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VOTING PERIOD:

  1. Voting Opens - 12pm (midday) AEDT 3rd March 2016
  2. Voting Closes - 12pm (midday) AEDT 17th March 2016

 

What is DDH?

 

Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) is a common condition where the hip joint does not fit in the ‘normal’ position due to abnormal development and/or lack of growth of the joint’s ball and socket. Health professionals aim to diagnose it early in babies; it can result in months — and in some cases years — of medical treatment. Left undiagnosed, it’s one of the leading causes of early-onset arthritis of the hip.

 

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healthyhipsaustralia.org.au

 

For more about the Bonds Baby Search 2016

 

Bonds Baby Search 2016

VOTING FOR A BABY - 

HOW DO I VOTE? (taken directly from Bonds website)

To vote for your own baby, make sure you've signed into the Baby Search website, visit your baby's entry page and click on the 'VOTE FOR MY BABY' button. You will then receive a confirmation email where you'll need to confirm your vote to make it count.

For those who are not voting on their own entries, visit the Baby Gallery and search for the bub you wish to vote for. Once you’re on the bub's entry page, you'll need to register your email address and password (only if you're not already logged in) before you press the ‘VOTE NOW’ button so we can send you an email to confirm your vote. Once you've voted for a bub, you cannot vote for the same bub again, but you can vote for as many other bubs as you like.

Overseas voters are welcome.

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