Review and Giveaway: Medibuddy from @me4kidz

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I will never forget the time I took a shower and left Rosie quietly watching television.  I could poke my head out and check on her and we would talk or sing the whole time.  Suddenly I noticed she was quiet for a minute (if you knew Rosie, you would know that’s reason to worry).  I stuck my head out of the shower to see…. Rosie covered from head to toe with… bandaids!  The child loves bandaids.   We actually had to stop letting her use them for play because her skin was getting red.

Being prepared for everyday childhood injuries is serious but there’s no reason not to make it user-friendly, modern and fun.  And that’s what the family-owned company, me4kidz, did.  Their first aid kits are cute and easy to use.  I don’t know about you but when Rosie cries, something short-circuits in my brain.  When she’s hurt, panic mode sets in and my brain is definitely not functioning at full power.  Because of the design of the medibag and medibuddy sets, the first huge benefit I thought of, is this first aid kit is easy to find!  Even if your brain is in OH-NO-MODE, the adorable white and red bag with a makes-you-smile monkey is fast and easy to grab.  The medibuddy sets, because of the shape, are easy to feel for in a purse or diaper bag.

When your small child is hurt, no matter how small the injury, they are surprised and scared.  Many times, like Rosie, they don’t have a frame of reference or history to fall back on to know if it’s serious or minor.  For a small child, there is no such thing as a “minor injury”.  The medibag is shaped like a doctor’s bag – comforting for you and for the child – and cute!  It calms down your child (and you) to see the funny monkey on the front.  Then you open it and find everything you need to care for the day-to-day type injuries that children are prone to.  The book, First Aid, CPR and AED Guide is organized by the kind of injury – Poison Ivy, Burns, Blisters, etc.  There is a short introduction about Victim Assessment and more, but then there are big headings with the injuries.  I wish they were in alphabetical order, but there is an index in the back.

I love that there are tons of towelettes.  Every first aid kit I’ve ever had, we run out of towelettes first.  Besides every size and type of bandage you could imagine, there is a instant cold compress (good for muscle injuries).  The most, most, most important item in this kit however, and I’m sure every mom will agree, is STICKERS!  You have to have a sticker, right?  Rosie calls them, “Good Patient Stickers”!  That’s the treatment for tears and turns them into smiles.

This girl loves her band-aids!

me4kidz has found a way to include all the serious, important items you need but then they added pizzazz and fun!   The company is family owned, all products are made in the USA and all the products are proudly put together by the disabled.

One lucky KLY reader is going to win a medibuddy!  Enter in the Rafflecopter form below:

Disclosure of Material Connection:  All opinions are my own unless otherwise stated.  I was sent a Medibag for review.  This disclosure is in accordance with FTC guidelines.



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    Crystal Mexico says:

    I accidently put the wrong link where I posted the LINKY at..This is the correct link where the giveaway is posted:

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