Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Keep Your Baby Smelling Fresh Longer with Dreft & A Giveaway #DreftHypo







This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divasand Dreft. I received product free of charge, but all opinions are 100% mine


Oh that sweet sweet newborn smell. You know the one, it makes our ovaries quiver. Yeah, that one! I can't get enough of it. It's the mix of that freshly baked baby and their laundry detergent that has been around for years. Dreft, the #1 baby laundry detergent choice of pediatricians to be gentle and hypoallergenic on baby's skin. 

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My kids have some pretty sensitive skin and with the winter month coming I always switch to a hypoallergenic laundry detergent. I secretly love this since it always brings me back to when they were babies. Thankfully Amelia still snuggles and needs Mommy at only 14 months old but my older girls rarely ever want to snuggle anymore. 


To keep her nursery smelling clean after a blow out I like to use Dreft Odor Eliminator & Fabric Refresher! It helps get that stinky smell out and make her room smell oh so baby like. 


Want to save yourself some money? 

Head over HERE to score yourself a $2.00 off coupon for Dreft to try for yourself!



Twitter Party Details:
Join us for a #DreftHypo Twitter Party on Thursday, November 6th from 9-10pm as we discuss the best ways to keep baby comfortable and safe from the cold this winter season with pediatrician Dr. Dyan Hes, a New York Magazine 2013 Top Doctor - and mother of two!

Prizing includes:
  Prize #1 -  Our approved blogger Dreft prize pack (2 bottles of Dreft; 1 set of Dreft wipes; 1 laundry stain remover; 1 to-go stain remover; 1 odor eliminator and fabric refresher) + $25 gift card for Little Me clothing and Little Me footie pajamas  (http://www.littleme.com/products/baby-ducks-2-pack-footies.html)

  Prize #2 - Our blogger Dreft prize pack + $50 gift card for Little Me clothing+ 1 Little Me Cable Sweater and Hat set (http://www.littleme.com/products/white-cable-sweater-with-hat.html)

Prize #3: Our blogger Dreft prize pack + $75 gift card for Little Me clothing+ 1 Little Me Coverall Unisex Cable Sweater (http://www.littleme.com/products/coverall-unisex-cable-sweater.html)

 Prize #4: Our blogger Dreft prize pack + $100 gift card for Little Me clothing + 1 Little Me Quilted Pram (http://www.littleme.com/products/quilted-pram-neutral-bear-1.html)


One very lucky reader is going to win a Dreft Prize Pack that includes: 

·  2 bottles of Dreft ($38)
·  1 set of Dreft wipes ($10)
·  1 laundry stain remover ($5)
·  1 to-go stain remover ($4)
·  1 odor eliminator and fabric refresher ($5)
·  $30 gift card for Little Me clothing ($30)
·  Little Me footie pajamas sz. 6 months ($16)




45 comments:

Melissa said...

Fuzzy socks and soft, minky blankets!

Jessica said...

I keep baby warm by bundling her up in a winter jacket with a scarf and a hat.

James Robert said...

Have to have the winter coats, hats, scarves and gloves along with a blanket

CindyWindy2003 said...

I bundle up baby in blankets and a hat and warm layers.

Meena said...

With soft blankets, jackets, socks and good old fashioned hugs!

McKim said...

I try to dress them in either fleece or knit material that keeps them warmer. Always wear footies or slippers too!

clc408 said...

My niece has a warm snowsuit, hat and mittens.

Robin Abrams said...

bundling them in blanket

Ken Ohl said...

bundling in blankets is the key. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Jessica B. said...

I dress my babies in layers to keep them warm. jj250@aol.com

meredith m said...

Im going to swaddle!

meredith m said...

i love swaddles!

paulasue said...

Bundle baby up warm, from head to toe, lots of layers. Thank you for this awesome giveaway! Paula C.

RambleSAHM W. said...

Footie jammies even during the day! Keeps them warm.

Ken Ohl said...

lots of blankets. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Tanya White said...

With footsie pajamas and warm blankets.

Tara Oliver said...

soft cuddly blankets!

latanya t said...

a onesie and then a top, thicker socks

Erica C. said...

Lots of blankets!

Rachel Travis said...

Warm cuddly outfits and blankets!

LesleyfromWI said...

I make sure she is bundled up properly for the cold!

beth said...

We keep her bundled up!

Karen Drake said...

We don't have a baby yet but we will keep her warm with blankets once she arrives.

channallocks said...

keep them bundled

dawn keenan said...

We do a lot of layering, and also keep extra clothes in the car in case the temps change.

Katie Klein said...

I always swaddle them for warmth.

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

The heat in our home is always set to 75 in the cooler months and my children sleep in footie pajamas in case they come out from under the covers.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

smilekisses said...

I use socks and heavy jammies for the kids.

Frozen Frugality said...

Baby Bags and carseat covers. (i'm an expert at this being from Alaska. :P)

Linda Bradshaw said...

Soft comfy blankets, full clothing, socks and shoes are great ways of making my grandbaby warm in the cooler weather.

Sherry Conrad said...

Bundle him up in layers.

Lauren Eggers said...

Lots of layers and wool blankets

Karen Dreboty said...

I layer them in clothes!

Teresa Thompson said...

We always layer clothes.

April Bever said...

I have a pajama set that has little footies and gloves and is SUPER SOFT! plus blankies and socks help my baby stay warm

susan1215 said...

I dress my babies in layers to keep them warm.

Peggy Rydzewski said...

warm clothes and always something on the feet.

Anita Fonte said...

I use thermals for the colder months under there regular school clothes.

laurasloves said...

I make sure he is dressed up in his warmest footed sleepers at night and covered in his soft favorite blanket.
Laurie Emerson
lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

Vikki Billings said...

A nice warm coat and some blankets if outside, or long pants and a long sleeved shirt or sweater, socks and shoes.

Deborah Gardner said...

Lots of layers and warm knit hats during cold months!

Sand said...

By using thermals, sweaters and other warm clothing.

trisha dowling said...

i use my baby blanket from when i was young!

Susan Taylor said...

Lots of layers

Deborah Wellenstein said...

We stay inside!