Monday, July 29, 2013

The First Years Summer line up! Review & #GIVEAWAY

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Party of 5 loves to travel and we are always on the go in our house. Staying safe and being prepared if an accident occurs is a huge thing for us.



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To help keep my family prepared in case of accidents we were sent The First Years On The Go First Aid Kit



Since fun-in-the-sun boo-boos, bumps and bruises can happen, The First Years and the American Red Cross have teamed up to offer an On-The-Go First Aid Kit made especially for babies & toddlers, perfect for summer adventures! With an easy-to-grip handle and a portable-sized clear case, accessing emergency supplies is easy for busy moms and dads. The On-The-Go First Aid Kit includes 54 essential items when a kiss from mom just won’t do the trick: bandages, antibiotic ointment, scissors, tweezers, instant cold pack, gauze pads, hand sanitizer, and more! Pack it in your beach bag, keep in the car or put it in your camping bag! Available at Wal Mart for $19.99




Next up are the First Years Gum Drop Bottle Starter Set



The Starter set conatins everything you see above!!

GumDrop® provides the latest design innovation in pacifiers, teethers, bottles and accessories to help comfort your new baby. Beginning with the newborn GumDrop Pacifier, the pacifier trusted by hospitals, the collection has expanded to include a complete line of feeding and soothing solutions for your little one. This summer, relax knowing GumDrop has you covered with its 10-piece starter set. The slim design of the GumDrop bottle makes it easy for baby to hold on to the bottle when mom and dad’s hands are already full. These BPA-free plastic baby bottles include leak-resistant travel caps, and 100% silicone nipples. This ten-piece set from The First Years includes three 4-oz bottles;  two 8-oz bottles; two replacement nipples; two newborn pacifiers and a package of 40 pacifier wipes. MSRP: $17.99, available on Walmart.com and in select Walmart stores

We can't leave out the bigger kids now can we? 




The First Years Gripper Sipper Cups are PERFECT for on the go! They are SPILL Proof and actually don't spill unlike the other cups!

Headaches from summertime sippy-cup spills can come on faster than sunburn! To alleviate this frustration, The First Years has moms and dads protected with The First Years Gripper Sipper Spill-Proof Cup. The First Years sippy cups come in a variety of colors, and the no-slip-grip and contour shape are perfect for little hands needing to be fed anywhere on-the-go. Because it’s spill-proof and reusable, the Gripper Sipper is great if you’re having a picnic, at the beach, at a restaurant, at home or visiting grandma and grandpa. Plus, all The First Years sippy cup lids are interchangeable, making it easier to match cups and lids on-the-go. Dishwasher safe and BPA-free. 9 oz. MSRP: 2 pk $6.96, available in Walmart stores nationwide

BUY IT: You can purcahse all 3 of these amazing items for around $35 at WalMart

WIN IT: ONE Lucky Party of 5 reader is going to win all 3 prizes thanks the awesome folks at The First Years!

Each household is only eligible to win 3 TOMY products, via blog reviews and giveaways, each calendar year. Only one entrant per household per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.



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33 comments:

Fun in the Sun said...

went to a pirates game and my grandson fell down and skinned his knees up. Sure could of used the first aid kit!

Natalie said...

Summer adventure to the beach where the First Years on the go first aid kit would have been helpful would be when we went to the beach. My 4 year old got a splinter in his hand from a hand rail - tweezers, alcohol wipe and band aid would have been wonderful to have on hand!

Jenn McClearn said...

my son got a horrible blister from new shoes at the playground,would have loved the first aid kid so I could have put a bandaid on it right away

lana said...

Thank God this summer my kids where safe

Brooke T said...

at the pool

Amanda Boerst said...

We could have definitely used the First Years On the Go First Aid Kit yesterday at the zoo when my two year old fell and scraped his knee.

Carrie Wright said...

It would have helped with all the skinned knees and scraped elbows my nieces and nephews get.

Jody Sisson said...

Took the Grand Kids camping and fishing in July, Grand Son got a fish hook stuck in his hand, Grandpa got it out cleaned it up and we had some Band Aides in the camper.
jodysis at windstream dot net

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

My son fell on the outside steps this summer and cut himself just below his eye.
The first aid kit would have definitely have come in handy then.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

juliemurphy said...

when my kid slide into the base and was skinned up

nickieisis3 said...

My son was playing frisbee tag and scraped his knee. This would have come in handy.

abedabun dawn said...

At the river, my friends little girl cut her foot on a stick. We did not have any means to take care of it so we wrapped it with a paper towel and took her to the hosp. where she received 3 stitches.

Rebecca009 said...

I have a little girl who is just learning to walk and she is always getting ahead of herself and trips all the time! Band aids are always the magical fixer upper!

samdaleo said...

We had an outing on our boat and a child jumped into the water right in front of us. We ended up damaging the boat but avoiding the child. No was hurt but it sure would've been a good time to have a first aide kit just in case.

Thanks!
Samantha
jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

MaryAnn said...

When we were on a car trip this summer my 3 year old stuck a lego up his nose. Tweezers and a first aid kid would have been amazing.

Larry Johnson said...

we could have used this when we went camping 3 weeks ago and my son tripped and skinned his knee and elbows. :(


-Alicia Whybra

Melissa Nagy said...

My daughter tripped at the beach and skinned her knee on some sharp, broken shells. I little gauze, some antiseptic and a bandage would have been great.

Amanda Collins said...

When me and my 4 month old son went swimming and he somehow cut his heel, would have been nice to have a first aid right then and there.

Deb S. said...

At the beach my son cut his foot on a shell. Very small cut but we needed the wipes and bandaids to get him moving again.

Anne N. said...

This would have been helpful when we went on vacation and riding bikes when my daughter fell and skinned her leg.

Julie Goetz said...

The First Years American Red Cross On-the-Go First Aid kit would have been helpful when I took my son to our beach vacation. He cut his foot in the water.

Janice Crespo said...

They all went swimming and Amy tripped and scraped her knee :(

bbrittbrat1398 said...

My family and I went on a camping/fishing trip and every day it seemed like someone got hurt.
Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

Donna Kellogg said...

The Kit would have been helpful this summer when my daughter fell and skinned her knee She really believes band aids takes away all the pain

Susan Smoaks said...

The First Years American Red Cross On-the-Go First Aid kit would have come in handy on our summer vacation to the beach. we had several skinned knees and toes.

susansmoaks at gmail dot com

Teresa Thompson said...

This would have come in handy while we where camping. My granddaughter suffered lots of boo boos.

kelly thompson said...

i think when my kiddo fell out of a wagon comes to mind as to when the kit would have been helpful!

LesleyfromWI said...

The kit would have been helpful when my son fell on some glass & cut himself

Timothy D said...

At the family lakehouse there are always cutes, bumps, and bruises. It would be very helpful almost everyday there!

Breanne said...

My nephew fell at the park

Vikki Billings said...

It would have been helpful to have at the park when my grandson fell off the slide.
vikki.billings@yahoo.com

Michele Rodocker said...

My son turned 4 this summer and it has definitely been the year of bumps, falls, scrapes, bruises, & ouchies! We could have used the first aid kit earlier in the summer when he and our dog were out running and playing in the back yard. Then of course, they crossed paths the wrong way and my son went flying head first over the dog and onto the cement patio- scraping up his nose and forehead. I'm due with our second boy in September, so yes, we need more first aid stuff around this house!

Tamar said...

I could've used it for the splinter my son got when he was on the deck.