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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Review of Me4Kidz Products and a CONTEST!

PhotobucketI recently tried out the Medi buddy from me4kidz.  I was interested in this product because I am always giving you ideas for getting out and about with your family and with that, accidents can happen. I thought this product might be something moms & dads on-the-go could toss in their bags to take along in case of little mishaps. It just what I thought! It's perfect!

PhotobucketAccording to Safe Kids USA, more than 3.5 million children ages 14 and younger suffer from sports and recreation-related injuries each year and 215,000 of those playground injuries result in emergency room visits. While a parent never wants to seetheir child in pain, owies are inevitable, so what better way to be prepared with the medibuddy™ in tow. me4kidz™, LLC is making first aid fun with their newest medibuddy™, inspired after their youngest son, Luke. Every time Richelle would take Luke for a walk or to the park, their original medibag™ 4 kidz was too big to cart so she kept putting together a little make shift first aid kit that would fit in her baby bag or stroller…and voilĂ …the medibuddy™ was born! A winner of the 2007 Greatest Product iParenting Award, this kid-friendly and compact first aid kit includes everything needed to treat and soothe a child’sminor injuries when you’re away from home.

PhotobucketCreated by me4kidz™, LLC, the designer and manufacturer of the eight-time award-winning medibag™ 4 kidz that can be found worldwide in 10 countries, the new medibuddy™ is not too far behind. Pediatrician approved, brightly colored in an assortment of primary colors and packaged in a fun carry anywhere case this “Lit’l Buddy” is a necessity if you have children. Jam packed with 40 quality first aid items …how could any child or parent resist? All of the products are latex free and the medibuddy™ includes all the essentials such as knee and elbow bandages, sting relief pads, gauze pads, antiseptic wipes, burn relief cream, antibiotic ointment, crayon-shaped bandages, smiley-face stickers, and more.

“Being prepared and knowing how to treat minor injuries can make all the difference when trying to keep a child that is injured calm,” says Richelle Nassos, founder and CEO of me4kidz™,

PhotobucketI have had other little travel first aid kits and they did not have nearly as much packing into them!  What else is great about them: they are refillable, made in the USA and family owned and operated.  They also have a nail buddy, smile buddy, diaper bag buddy and more!

me4kidz would like another family to get prepared.  We are hosting a giveaway for a medibuddy.  To enter this contest, simply visit their website and tell me about a product that interests you.  I also encourage you to 'like' their Facebook page.

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