Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Glodose...PTPA Winner! Review & Giveaway!

Summer is gone and you know what that means....cold and flu season is upon us.  No matter how much hand sanitizer (or "hanitizer" as my kids all call it!) I douse everyone with, we still get an (un)healthy dose of illnesses.  Actually, right now I am trying to power through a head cold that I am hoping I don't spread to the rest of the family (fingers crossed!).

There are a million things I don't like about when the kid are sick...I hate to see them tired/uncomfortable and unhappy being number one of course.  Anything that can make caring for a sick child easier scores MAJOR points with me.  When I learned about Glodose, I was really anxious to try it because, quite frankly, I thought the concept was genius!  Here is the scoop...

Glodose is the first and only light-up medicine dropper that makes administering medicine to children at night safer and easier. Glodose has a built in light and batteries with a simple push on and off button at the top of the dropper. When the button is pushed, the entire dropper illuminates and you are able to see the dosage clearly (even in a dark setting) and are than able to guide the medicine into the child's mouth. Not only does this product eliminate any light disturbance by not having to turn on any lights in the room, but also and more importantly can help reduce the risk of overdosing a child at night.



Isn't this just brilliant??  I have disturbed my half asleep children countless times to administer medicine when I had to turn their lights on.  This makes them feel worse and more often than not makes it a real challenge to get them back to sleep.  With Glodose you can see the measurements clearly without flooding your childs room with the overhead light.  I think this is a must have for all families!  I was not surprised that this was one was mom invented...most of the really great products are!  The Glodose is small enough to fit in the little Tyelnol bottles and is a breeze to clean.  The cost?  Are you ready for this?  $7.99!  This one is a no-brainer if you ask me.  Peace of mind for accuracy plus comfort for the kiddos?  Yes!  Pick one up today by clicking HERE.

I am so happy to tell you that Glodose is giving one lucky RBM reader their own Glodose Medicine Dropper!  Thanks so much to the sponsor and here is how to enter....



24 comments:

Hifam said...

I make sure we all get flu shots each year. We also try to spend time outside, or at least air out the house as often as we can.

Heather said...

Wash your hands often!
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Kimberly said...

We try to get plenty of rest
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Nikki Cole said...

Wash hand!!!!

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corey1971 said...

Washing hands, use of hand santatizer and making sure NO ONE uses the same glasses.

Anonymous said...

we wash our hands a lot and get flu shots...

Francine said...

Wash hands , get good sleep

pinkghosta said...

lysol spray
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jakeremom said...

We wash, wash and then wash our hands again. We also all get flu shots.

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Heather said...

I keep up with vitamins, usually gets us throught the cold and flu season safely.

Amber said...

I give my kids a multi-vitamin every day as well as fiber gummies.

♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

extra vitamin C, if we don't get enough with our food

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Robin said...

flu shots, lots of vitamin c and d, wash hands a lot,
hand sanitizer
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cool24 said...

We use hand sanitizer and if one of us is getting sick we take emergen-c which helps loads.

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Mercedes said...

Hand sanitizer. We practically buy it by the gallon. Those poor kids and their sanitized, sanitized hands!

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The Knapps said...

Washing hands and extra vitamin C

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Erika said...

My tip for staying healthy during cold/flu season is to wash your hands very often, especially after touching high contact surfaces (like doorknobs)!

Tes283 said...

Wash our hands. It really cuts down on germs & transfers of germs.

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tina reynolds said...

Flu shots and washing are hands a lot, we also take a daily vitamin. eaglesforjack@gmail.com

Diana said...

Washing your hands often and the dreaded flu shot!
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Stephanie said...

A lot of hand washing!

shirley said...

We do get our flu shots and wash our hands many, many times a day.
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HannahAchrissmile said...

its most important to teach your kids to wash their hands allllllll the time, especially before they eat anything.
Also, its important to fill your family's diet with highly nutritious fruits and veggies which help build their natural defenses up.
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Erin said...

Lots and lots of: hand washing, vitamin C and anti-bacterial when we're out in public.

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