Friday, March 8, 2013

The Remedy for Cold Season~ Little Remedies Care Basket Giveaway

It's been a horrible flu and cold season, but luckily *knock on wood* it hasn't hit our house this year. There isn't much worse than watching you child when he or she is sick and I always try to have some things on hand to help relieve their pain. My go to brand for children's medicine has always been Little Remedies.
Our Little Remedies® are unique because they contain only what’s needed to make your child feel better. That means no dyes, no artificial flavors and no alcohol, ever. Sure, we're scientists and researchers, but we're parents, too. And we believe there's a better way to get better.

I love the Little Remedies philosophy of "less is more." I don't think our kids need all of the dyes, flavors and alcohol that are so prevalent in other children's medication on the market. The Little Remedies line includes products for fevers, colds, and tummy troubles. Their gripe water was the only thing that would get rid of Grace's uncomfortable hiccups that she got daily and the gas drops have been a lifesaver with Connor's awful reflux gas.

Giveaway

Little Remedies has generously offered to give one Moments That Take My Breath Away reader a care basket filled with their great products!


The basket includes:

How to Enter:
This is a Rafflecopter giveaway.  Follow the instructions on the widget to enter. All current likes/follows count! Please contact me if you run into any technical difficulties with Rafflecopter.  The giveaway runs through Friday, March 15th at 11:59 PM CST! Open to US residents only. The winner will be emailed and will have 48 hours to respond. If they do not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen.


The first entry is mandatory- Visit Little Remedies and leave a comment on this blog post telling me which product you would like to have for your little one. Once you complete this entry, the widget will give you the option of completing the rest. Complete more steps for more chances to win!

Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I was not compensated for this post. I received the item(s) free of charge for reviewing purposes. All opinions are honest, and my own.

47 comments:

  1. All of them would come in handy at some point but would really like to try the honey pops

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  2. All of them would come in handy at some point but would really like to try the honey pops

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  3. Little Remedies for Noses® Decongestant Nose Drops is what I would like

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  4. We can't function without their gripe water!!!

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  5. Little Remedies for Noses® Stuffy Nose Kit - This nasal aspirator works better than any we have ever received from the hospital when my children and grandchildren were born.

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  6. Love Little noses for sniffles!

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  7. I didnt realize there was so many products but i have tried the little remedies for fevers because lil man had his two month shots and ran a slight fever. All better now!

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  8. I've used the honey Elixer and it really seemed to help Caleb when he had a cough. I would love to try the congestion nose drops.

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  9. would like to try many of these!

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  10. I need to stock up on their gas drops!

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  11. The stuffy nose kit. It's a constant at our house!

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  12. I would like Arianna to try the Little Remedies® For Tummys™ Yummy Fiber Gummies. Toddler constipation is no fun.

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  13. I want to try the stuffy noses kit!

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  14. would really like to try the honey pops!!
    http://blessingsbyrenee.blogspot.com/

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  15. With both kiddos sick right now, I could use the first 7 listed!

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  16. Little Remedies® For Tummys™ Yummy Fiber Gummies.

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  17. All of these would be great for my 2 grandchildren!

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  18. Little Remedies for Colds Honey Pops

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  19. Little Remedies®
    Intensive Moisture Therapy
    xo

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  20. Oh I would love to try the Little Remedies® For Noses™ Decongestant Nose Drops! I feel so bad when Carters nose is plugged up.
    Laura Jacobson

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  21. I love them all and could use them all because my boy gets sick all the time but the honey pops seem handy!

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  22. The Honey Pops...when my daughter is sick, she is so bad about taking medicines...this I think she would gladly take :-)

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  23. we love the gas relief drops for little tummies.

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  24. I'd go with the Little Remedies for Colds® Honey Elixir.
    chris.baylorbear (at) gmail (dot) com

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  25. Little Remedies for Noses® Stuffy Nose Kit

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  26. I would like to try the Little Remedies for Tummys Gripe Water. Looks like a good product. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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  27. I would like to try the honey pops

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  28. I would like to try the Little Remedies for Fever

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  29. The Little Noses would help us.
    maggietucker10 at yahoo dot com

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  30. The Gripe Water!

    sreis1987 at gmail dot com

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  31. baby rub for colds
    goldengirl7763 at hotmail dot com

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  32. Little Remedies® For Noses™
    Stuffy Nose Kit

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  33. The Stuffy Nose kit looks like it could come in handy.

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  34. I like the pain relieving for little owies

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  35. My stuffy little guy could use the Stuffy Nose Kit.

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  36. Cradle cap solution. That stuff really hangs around!

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  37. I would love to try the Gripe Water, I have heard great things about it
    cabriolian@yahoo.com

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