Nanny to Mommy: Feel Better with BeKOOOL + Giveaway



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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Feel Better with BeKOOOL + Giveaway

I received complimentary products to provide this post. All opinions are my own.

This time of year brings out the colds. It stinks, but it's true. So what can you do? Give your sick kid immediate cooling relief with BeKOOOL. No one wants their kiddo to get sick, but we do want to feel comfortable as possible when they are. That's why BeKOOOL has put together this awesome prize pack for all of you.


Parents no longer have to watch their kids suffer while they wait for medicine to kick in thanks to BeKOOOL's immediate and long-lasting cooling relief. BeKOOOL's non-medicated soft gel sheets are convenient and fit in your diaper bag or purse. These adhesive and non-messy gel sheets are a wonderful alternative to the traditional messy washcloth or warm bath. Your kids will even think they're 'koool' because they have Disney characters on them.
 
 
About the prizes:

BeKOOOL Soft Gel Sheets for Kids: Single-use gel sheets for kids that provide immediate cooling relief from fever for up to eight hours. They stick to kids' foreheads, so little ones who are sick can comfortably rest and relax. They provide up to eight hours of cooling relief and safe to use with fever-reducing medicine because it’s non-medicated. I have been using these for years with my kiddos and I love the immediate relief and my kids love the fun designs.



BeKOOOL Migraine: Single-use cooling gel sheets that provide immediate soothing relief from migraine headaches. I have a used these a few times now and they are very helpful in relieving my migraines. You never know when one will hit, but it's nice to have these when they do. They are cooling with a minty scent that is very pleasant.



Kinsa Smart Thermometer: Kinsa builds app-enabled thermometers that offer peace of mind by remembering illness details, and guiding you on next steps if fever and symptoms are cause for concern. Buy on Amazon.

Dad to Dad: Parenting Like a Pro: Expert advice, guidance, and insight from pediatrician-Dad, Dr. David L. Hill. Buy on Amazon.

Llama Llama Holiday Drama & Llama Llama Home With Mama: With short and simple rhyming text, the Llama Llama books are perfect for educating and entertaining kids. Written by Author Anna Dewdney, check her out on Amazon.

Enter to WIN!
One lucky Nanny to Mommy reader will win everything picture above, retail value $90. Entry is simple, just follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter below! Open to US only. Must be 18+ to enter. Winner chosen via Random.org through Rafflecopter. All winning entries are verified. Make sure to follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on all our current giveaways. Good luck!
 

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Welcome to the Sweet Holiday Memories Giveaway Hop!

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 Event Runs: 11/15 to 12/1
 
Below you will find a linky full of awesome giveaways from bloggers. Each one has a family friendly prize! All valued at $25 OR MORE! So hop around and win something! :D


Nanny to Mommy received complimentary products to provide this post. No monetary compensation was received to share this giveaway. Nanny to Mommy and participating bloggers are NOT responsible for prize fulfillment. This giveaway is open to US only, must be 18+ to enter. One entry per household/IP address. No social media was involved in this giveaway in any way. Winner is chosen via Random.org through Rafflecopter. ALL winning entries ARE verified. Winner will have 48 hours to respond with all information in email or another winner will be chosen. If you would like to see your product featured in our Holiday Gift Guide or sponsor a giveaway event, please contact Diana.n.chastain@gmail.com.

38 comments:

  1. Whenever my granddaughters get sick, I help them to feel better by making homemade chicken soup with the alphabet pasta in it. Kids love to spell words with the alphabet pasta in their soup. I also snuggle up with them and read one or two of their favorite books to them. :-)

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  2. I let them relax and drink plenty of water. I also cover them up and tuck them in cozy.

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  3. Let them rest and give them plenty of water. Spoil them a little bit too. ;)

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  4. Whenever my kiddo is sick, we stay hydrated and get some rest!

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  5. Lots of snuggles!! Fluids and essential oils!!

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  6. Attention. Together on couch watching their favorite movies. And lots of homemade warm soups.

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  7. I lay with them and watch cartoons. Usually makes them feel better.

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  8. Ashley Chassereau Parks11/15/2015 09:30:00 PM

    I try to make them feel better with lots of snuggles, running the humidifier, watching movies, and juicing some oranges! If the toddler is the one who is sick I try to get her to nurse as much as possible. :)

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  9. I give them lots of attention & give them unlimited cuddles :)

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  10. My daughter nurses a ton when she's sick! I love that I can atill comfort her that way!

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  11. Lu likes to get her blanket and her crafting supplies and curl up on the couch and just hang out with me.

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  12. Cuddling and just letting them know you are there. Often a stuffed animal and the remote plus 7up is helpful.
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  13. Popsicles and Disney movies seem to help all ailments at our house!

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  14. amy guillaume linderman11/16/2015 01:01:00 PM

    i like to make homemade chicken noodle soup for them

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  15. Laying on the couch and watching their favorite movies!

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  16. I make soup and grilled cheese and we watch tv!

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  17. I try to make sure they get plenty of fluids and snuggle them lots.

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  18. I make some chicken soup and let them rest - Judy Feldman

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  19. Letting them cuddle and watch movies.

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  20. I cuddle with my daughter, give her Popsicle and snuggle with her to watch movies on a sick-day.

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  21. Reading books to them when they're sick always makes them smile.

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  22. My kids love when I read books to them if they are sick, we also love to snuggle up and watch movies together!

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  23. When my grandsons aren't feeling well they love to curl up on our couch with their favorite blanket and books. I read to them or let them watch a movie. Usually they fall asleep most of the time.

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  24. Curling up in my lap and falling asleep seems to the priority for them when they are sick.

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  25. When my kids are sick they love to eat popsicles, and watch movies.

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  26. We give them medicine and a nice warm bath. Then we cuddle them.

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  27. The way I help my kids feel better is by letting them sleep in my bed and watch their favorite movies and of course lots of rest. Both of my kids enjoy their feet or backs rubbed so I make sure to them extra rubs when they are feeling yucky! I would love to try the BeKoool soft gel packs for their fevers! We love Llama Llama books too and we don't have these! Super excited about this awesome giveaway to help make those sick days a little easier. Thank you, Carrie Lee

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  28. reading to them, or rocking them in the rocker or sometimes just laying beside them

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  29. Jennifer Rogers11/23/2015 01:44:00 AM

    It depends on the sick, sometimes a bath, sometimes vicks and sometimes just holding.
    j1man1r66@etex.net

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  30. I make them homemade chicken soup with pastina and chamomile tea.

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  31. My son loves to watch movies with me and snuggle when he's under the weather. He really loves when I rub his tummy and play with his hair.

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  32. When my son is sick, I let him lay on the couch watching cartoons all day while i pamper him the whole time!

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  33. My grandson has asthma so breathing treatments help him to feel better.

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  34. Giving lots of hugs and popsicles always help

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  35. When the kids are sick, I give them soup, juice bars, and plenty of liquids to keep them hydrated. I also use a vaporizer and some homeopathic cough syrup.

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  36. BE COOL IS THE MOST AMAZING PRODUCT.
    It works well for both kids and adults, moms and Grammies too.
    Great for fevers and headaches, migraines and hot flashes can allbe nefit from bee cool.

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  37. Nicole Lancaster12/01/2015 08:18:00 PM

    Tea and Chicken Noodle Soup and the Disney channel all day it how I make my kids feel better when they are sick.

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Diana