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There's still time to send in photos.

GET Your Photos in for Baby of the Year 2017 - because you still have a chance to see your gorgeous little one in the Liverpool ECHO.

In case you couldn't make it to the photo sessions for the ECHO Baby of the Year 2017 you have until July 23 to send in your own pictures to be featured in our Baby of the Year bumper supplement, due to be published in the Liverpool ECHO on August 15&16. Just go to liverpoolecho.co.uk/baby to enter in your little cutie.

There are four age categories: 0-9 months; 10-18 months; 19-35 months; 3-5 years.

Entries are now open until a deadline of July 23 at 11:59 pm. Please note that only one entry per child will be accepted so if you have already been to our photo shoot and chosen your picture do not enter again.

If you attended our photo shoots but have not yet chosen which photo you want to appear OR if you have photo's to pick up, the teams are back at St John's this Saturday, July 22.

All baby photos will be featured in our supplements in the Liverpool ECHO in August and readers will have the chance to vote for the baby who will be crowned the Liverpool ECHO Baby of the Year 2017.

Winners will receive PS500 Kiddieland vouchers. You can only submit one picture per child. You can submit entries for as many children as you like, however you must have parental responsibility for each child.

Images should be in jpeg or png format and at least 200 pixels per inch.

Pictures should be ideally in portrait format, with the child facing the camera, clearly visible and in focus. Your photo should be in full colour, with no filters, effects or wording. All children featured should be suitably clothed.

Remember go to liverpoolecho.co.uk/baby to enter in your gorgeous baby.

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Date:Jul 19, 2017
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