Jul. 05

CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Coddlelife Glass Bottle and Bloem Drying Rack Review & Giveaway!!

 

 

My nephew Corey suf­fered severe colic dur­ing his first cou­ple of months of his life and it was hon­estly a stress­ful time in our lives. With my sis­ter being a sin­gle mother, she relied on the help of me and our mother to help her through these very try­ing days. We were with him 24/7, and I tell him today (now that he is older) that so many times I could have just thrown him out the win­dow! lol

It did not seem to mat­ter what we did to com­fort him, it was never enough.

 

 

 

 

With my own mother rais­ing 6 of us kids, one thing that she stated that was really impor­tant is using the right kind of bot­tle dur­ing feed­ings. We switched to ven­ti­lated bot­tles that would actu­ally help the air flow inside the bot­tles, caus­ing air to escape while baby drank his milk. This notion caused for Corey to swal­low less air, ulti­mately reduc­ing his gas and colic.

We are now going through the same thing with my newest lit­tle 2 month old niece Riley and it really sucks! We had no other choice than to try a bot­tle that was aimed to reduce colic. We received a Cod­dlelife Glass Bot­tle and Bloem Dry­ing Rack to test on baby Riley.  We really adore the fact that the Cod­dlelife Glass bot­tle is BPA-free, con­tains no poten­tially toxic ink, it’s made of high-quality mate­r­ial, and most impor­tantly it is com­pletely afford­able and very worth every sin­gle penny! These bot­tles are designed to reduce colic, ear infec­tions, burp­ing, and even spit up. While baby Riley no longer suf­fers from colic now, I can say that when she’s using this bot­tle we notice that she does not burp or spit up as much as when we used other bot­tles on her.  I’m now absolutely con­vinced that these bot­tles work on Colic, and am sold on the Cod­dlelife Glass Bottle!

 

 

 

 

“As a par­ent and like many oth­ers, Anson Lam wants the best for his chil­dren. When his sec­ond child suf­fered ter­ri­bly from colic and fre­quent ear infec­tions, he and his wife tried many prod­ucts to help their baby daugh­ter.  Los­ing sleep at night became over­whelm­ing and no one in their fam­ily was able to get much rest. Try­ing to get their lit­tle one to burp and spit up to reduce the air in her belly led to more dis­com­fort because doing so   brought up uncom­fort­able tummy acids which burned her lit­tle throat. 

It was only after using a fully-vented bot­tle that elim­i­nated the inges­tion of air along with milk that their baby girl started to show sig­nif­i­cant reduc­tion in colic and ear infec­tion. The prod­uct they used worked well, but there were too many sep­a­rate parts to clean and ster­il­ize.  This is when he real­ized that a sim­pler, improved bot­tle with less parts and eas­ier to clean was what he and other   par­ents needed.

At the same time Anson and his wife were con­fronted with their baby expe­ri­enc­ing the dis­com­forts of colic, con­sumer aware­ness about sus­pected harm­ful BPA, poten­tially haz­ardous ink and   phtha­lates in infant prod­ucts also became agrow­ing con­cern.  Nearly all baby feed­ing prod­ucts were made of   poly­car­bon­ate plas­tic which were clear and pretty, but not nec­es­sar­ily the best for heat­ing and use in feed­ing babies.

It was at this time that Anson and his wife decided to cre­ate Cod­dlelife bot­tles with a one-piece vent­ing nip­ple sys­tem made of either high qual­ity glass or polypropy­lene plas­tic  (PP).  Both glass and polypropy­lene are con­sid­ered much safer than poly­car­bon­ate mate­r­ial which had been the stan­dard up until then.

Cod­dlelife prod­ucts are BPA free, con­tain no poten­tially toxic ink, are afford­able and of high-quality. The bot­tles are designed with the lat­est nip­ple vent­ing tech­nol­ogy to reduce colic, ear infec­tions, burp­ing and spit up. While other bot­tles on the mar­ket may reduce colic, Coddlelife’s award-winning, patented sys­tem is the only fully-vented nip­ple sys­tem that vents air and con­tains the fewest parts to clean and sterilize. 

With Cod­dlelife, there are no parts that require replace­ment like costly dis­pos­ables or sep­a­rate parts that may become lost or bro­ken with fre­quent clean­ing and ster­il­iz­ing. Par­ents now have an alter­na­tive to tra­di­tional vented bot­tles with Coddlelife’s one-piece, easy to clean nip­ple vent­ing sys­tem; a safe, effec­tively vented nip­ple sys­tem that also saves time and money.

Founded in 2009, Cod­dlelife con­tin­ues to expand mak­ing high qual­ity feed­ing prod­ucts. It is the response and feed­back from moms and  dads that move us for­ward.  It is their expe­ri­ence, their ideas, their wants and needs that keep us look­ing at ways to make the par­ent­ing expe­ri­ence easy, fun and safe.”

 

 

 

We also received the Bloem Dry­ing Rack to review and it is awe­some! What I love about this dry­ing rack is that it’s easy to store and it’s very easy to use. Sim­ply unfold the dry­ing rack into a “bloom” posi­tion and you’re ready to dry those bot­tles, caps, nip­ples, etc!

 

 

 

 

The Cod­dlelife Glass Bot­tle and Bloem Dry­ing Rack gets a huge thumbs up from Cool­Canucks, and I rec­om­mend these amaz­ing prod­ucts to everyone!!

 

♥→I received prod­uct for review. The opin­ions within this post are of my own and I was not influ­enced in any way. Please do your own research before pur­chas­ing prod­ucts. Your opin­ions and results may dif­fer than mine.←♥

 

 

Buy It!! You can pur­chase the Cod­dlelife Glass Bot­tle and Bloem Dry­ing Rack on Amazon.com as well as on the Coddlelife.com website!

 

 

Win It!! Enter my sweep­stakes give­away below for a chance to win a Cod­dlelife Glass Bot­tle and Bloem Dry­ing Rack!! Open to Cana­dian  & US res­i­dents only.

 

 

How to enter: All entries must be sub­mit­ted using the Raf­fle­copter form below. After you com­plete the easy manda­tory entry, you can do as many bonus entries as you’d like to increase your chances of win­ning. I will be check­ing for dupli­cate entries to make sure it’s fair, and no cheat­ing will be tolerated!

 

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