This contest is now closed. Congratulations, Jyotpal (WI)! Every mama and baby is different, but no matter your preference’s (or your tot’s) there’s specially designed gear to fit your family. This week Difrax is offering one […]
This contest is now closed. Congratulations, Jyotpal (WI)!
Every mama and baby is different, but no matter your preference’s (or your tot’s) there’s specially designed gear to fit your family. This week Difrax is offering one lucky winner a Baby Essentials set, which includes a 3-Stage Pacifier System and duo-pack of Smart S-Bottles—each made for each stage of your bambino’s development.
Difrax knows one size doesn’t fit all, so it created a pacifier system to grow with your child! Choose from two styles (classic to mimic mom’s breast or orthodontic to stimulate palate development and jaw muscles). Each collection comes in three sizes: newborn to 6 months, 6+ month and 18+ month. Every stage is specifically made with features that fit the needs of your baby’s age. The 18+ month pacifier is even built to wean baby off the habit thanks to its extra strong construction (which means it’s less satisfying for your tot).
Plus there are plenty of fun colors and patterns, so you’ll never lose sight of babe’s all-important buddy!
Mom and mini will both appreciate how easy mealtime is with Difrax’s S-shape bottle that’s ideal for combining breastfeeding and bottle-feeding. (Use it right from birth!) The unique shape ensures that the nipple is always full of milk, so your wee one swallows less air—which means less trouble with burping, vomiting, colic and earaches. Thanks to a constant flow of milk, your babe can feed undisturbed and then sleep longer and more peacefully afterwards.
One lucky winner will receive a Baby Essentials set with a 3-Stage Pacifier System and duo-pack of Smart S-Bottles from Difrax, valued at $36. The contest will run through Sunday, February 1, 2015. Enter once a day to increase your chances, and check back next week for the announcement of the winner![gravityform id=”317″ name=”January 2015—Difrax”]