Send us your Most Deserving Mom-To-Be nominations

Do you know an expecting mother who deserves recognition? Well, now is your chance to tell us about her.

Enter her in Momaha’s Most Deserving Mom-To-Be contest.

In 300 words or less, share why your special lady with the belly bump deserves to be showered in more than $1,500 worth of baby gifts. Don’t be shy. If you’re expecting, enter the contest, too!

Registration ends March 4 at 10 a.m.

How do you enter? Simply follow these three steps:

1. On Facebook, “like” momaha and Baby Love fan pages.

2. Join Momaha’s newsletter, by clicking here and entering your email address and choose to receive Momaha updates.

3. Email your 300-word-or-less essay and a photo of the candidate to momaha@owh.com. Photos are required!

The candidate must be pregnant to enter this contest, 21 or older and present to win.

The top three stories will be announced and voted on by momaha readers March 7 through 11:59 p.m. on March 28.

The winner will be announced at 2 p.m. at the Baby Love, Omaha's Only Baby Fair on April 3. Runner-up and third place winners will walk away with a smaller prize pack as well!

What will she win?

More than $1,500 worth of baby gear and prizes — from a boppy pillow, electric nose sucker, bouncy seat, stroller/car seat/travel system, bassinet, breast pump and more.

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IF YOU GO!

10 a.m. to 3 p.m., April 3

Baxter Arena, 2425 S 67th St.

Visit the Momaha booth at the largest baby exhibit in town. Features Momaha’s Most Deserving Mom-to-Be contest, more than 50 baby and toddler vendors, $20,000 in baby gear giveaways, professional belly bump and kid photos, a mommy pampering station, infant CPR, car-seat safety, setting up a safe nursery classes, Healthy Baby Bootcamp and ETSY row.

Arrive early! The first 250 expectant mothers will get swag bags filled with $300 worth of goodies.

Tickets: $8 in advance, $12 day of show. Kids 12 and younger are free.

Information: omahababyfair.com

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