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Wednesday, October 14

Baby Ddrops Review and Giveaway!

This contest is now closed. Congrats to Lisa and Andrea!


ETA: "Open to Canadians only" means open to Canadian residents only. Also, all comments need to be left HERE on this post.

I live in the sunniest city in Canada. So during the summer I chose to use sunshine as our family’s source of Vitamin D. But now the seasons are changing.IMG_1074 We seem to have skipped autumn altogether and jumped straight to winter {and we were forced to eat Robin’s minstrels*}. So I felt uncomfortable leaving Lucy without a supplement.

I purchased some Vit D drops at the store. But she hated them. She fought us the whole time we tried to deposit the dropper contents in her mouth. And I hated that they had a bunch of extra junk in them {like artificial flavoring}.

Then I saw Baby Ddrops on Twitter. I knew right away I wanted to do a review. Why?

Baby Ddrops are a daily, single drop dose with no flavors, preservatives, or colors.

They sent me a bottle (one tiny bottle contains 90 doses) to try. I’ve been using it for a while now and I’m very pleased. No more fighting Lucy to get her to swallow as much of her dose as possible. I just put a drop on my boob right before a feed. She has no clue she’s even getting anything.

Baby Ddrops

Did I say “very pleased?” I meant very, very, very pleased. Really. I don’t know what else to say. These drops are super easy to give Lucy. And they don’t have questionable crap in them. You really can’t improve on that…well, unless they were free. And guess what, for two of my Canadian readers they will be!

That’s right folks! Baby Ddrops is going to give two lucky readers their own bottle of Baby Ddrops!

How can you win?

1st entry (mandatory for any others to count}: Visit the Baby Ddrops Facebook page and leave a comment HERE with something you learned about Baby Ddrops or Vitamin D. You must leave a way to contact you on all entries {either leave your e-mail or make sure you can be e-mailed through your blog}. If you leave no way to notify you, or if you do not respond to notification within 72 hours a new winner will be chosen.

2nd entry: Become a fan of Baby Ddrops on Facebook and leave a comment on this post saying that you did.

3rd entry: Follow @BabyDdrops on Twitter and leave a comment on this post saying that you did.

4th entry: Follow @DomesticDork on Twitter and leave a comment on this post saying that you did.

5th entry: Blog about the giveaway and leave a link to the post in a comment on this post.

6th entry: Follow me here on Domestic Dork and leave a comment saying that you did.

7th entry: Tweet about the giveaway and link to the tweet in a comment {you must leave a link to the specific tweet not your Twitter account!}. You may tweet once daily.

How will the winner be chosen?

Winner will be chosen via Random.org then notified and announced here on the blog.

When will the winner be chosen?

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Contest open to Canadian residents only.

Good luck!

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*And there was much rejoicing! Yaaaaay!

28 Stubborn Stains:

Lisa said...

I didn't realize the recommended dose for pregnant women is 2000IU. I was worried taking 3000 every other day was too much.

Lisa said...

I became a fan of Baby D drops on Facebook

The Fringey Housewife said...

Yay! I'm so glad you have a great D supplement that you like! It's so important to use an oil based vitamin D as opposed to those chalky pills. ;P

To comment on Lisa's comment, many North Americans could take 10,000IU a day for a long time and not even come close to the dangerous levels. The best way to know if you are getting enough vitamin D is to have it checked the next time your blood work is done. It's super easy for them to tell you your serum levels. I take 4000IU a day and my serum levels are at 60 whatever units. Levels should be between 30 and 100. I aim for the higher end of that since I live in a cloudy rainy place (Seattle) and am still breastfeeding my baby (Lucy's cousin!)

Lisa said...

I follow @BabyDdrops on Twitter

I've read about taking higher doses, it just concerned me when I was pregnant. I probably should have testing done, since I live in North/ Central Canada & I have weird reactions to some supplements.

MacBump said...

I became a fan of Baby DDrops AGES ago on facebook, so I didn't *re* become one but I am one, just so's you know. :-)

macbump @ gmail.com

Lisa said...

I follow @DomesticDork on Twitter (@devaskyla)

Anonymous said...

I have become a facebook fan of Baby Ddrops :-) yelyah.hayely@gmail.com

Laura said...

I went to the facebook link for the drops, but I couldn't find a way to leave a comment. Do you have to be a fan first? and does "Contest open to Canadians only" mean you have to live in Canada??

Laura said...

(Oh, and that Laura comment was from lameredith@gmail.com)

Krista said...

Baby Ddrops are wheat-free, gluten-free, soya-free and peanut-free.

luvschweetheart@gmail.com

Krista said...

I am a fan of Baby Ddrops on facebook - Krista Michelle Schaffner

luvschweetheart@gmail.com

Krista said...

I follow @BabyDdrops on twitter @luvschweetheart

luvschweetheart@gmail.com

Krista said...

I follow @DomesticDork on Twitter (@luvschweetheart)

Krista said...

I now follow your blog via Google Friend Connect {Krista S.}
luvschweetheart@gmail.com

Krista said...

Tweet Tweet your giveaway! http://twitter.com/Luvschweetheart/statuses/4929431931

luvschweetheart@gmail.com

Krista said...

Tweetly Deet: http://twitter.com/Luvschweetheart/statuses/4941799714

Anonymous said...

I left a post on facebook, where i can be reached through my inbox there or my email...sounds like a great product!!

andrea amy
andrea_hockeygirl@hotmail.com

Sarah said...

I learned that babies need vitamin D supplements even when breastfed because not enough goes through. I also became a fan on facebook. My name is sarah and I can be reach through my email. life247365@hotmail.com

Sarah said...

I guess I need to leave a second comment to say I became a fan on Facebook. My email is life247365@hotmail.com

Lisa said...

Tweeted http://twitter.com/devaskyla/status/4980553329

Krista said...

Here is today's tweet: http://twitter.com/Luvschweetheart/statuses/5017963856

luvschweetheart AT gmail.com

Krista said...

Today's Tweet: http://twitter.com/Luvschweetheart/statuses/5042939942

luvschweetheart AT gmail.com

Lisa said...

Tweeted again. http://twitter.com/devaskyla/statuses/5080791066

Holly Noelle @ Domestic Dork said...

Andrea/comment on FB

Holly Noelle @ Domestic Dork said...

Ulrike/FB

Holly Noelle @ Domestic Dork said...

Hayley/FB

Holly Noelle @ Domestic Dork said...

MacBump/FB

Holly Noelle @ Domestic Dork said...

Macbump/Twitter

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