May 3, 2015

She's Growing Up + Giveaway

Can you believe how fast the little ones grow? I can't believe that our little one is almost ready for her first birthday! It's been a crazy first year but we have enjoyed every minute of it. Here's a little throwback of our last year.

Isn't that amazing! 

With Mother's Day fast approaching now is a perfect time to enjoy your little (or not so little) ones and remember the good times. This year I am remembering with NEW Dreft Blissfuls. This in-wash scent booster gives families the baby fresh scent they love. It is safe on all fabrics and it's so fun to bring bag that nostalgic, amazing baby scent with every load of laundry.

I am so excited about Dreft's new additions. They now have laundry care products to fit the needs of every family starting with Dreft Newborn for expectant and new parents, Dreft Active Baby for your soon to be toddler, and Dreft Blissfuls (my favorite) for the whole family.

This week I am excited to announce that Dreft has partnered with new mom and singer Kelly Rowland to share more about their new line of laundry products. Join us on Tuesday May 5th from 9-10 pm EST as we talk with Kelly about her life as a mom and how she plans to celebrate her very first Mother's Day! You'll want to make sure you RSVP here for your chance to win some great prizes including:

  • Diaper Storage Caddy
  • Pampers diapers
  • Dreft products 
  • Baby Einstein Play Gym
  •  $100 Origami Owl Gift Card 
  • 2 FitBit Charge Wireless Fitness Trackers
You'll also want to make sure to download Dreft's "Amazing Baby Days" app now available for free at the App store. This is a one of a kind app designed to help parents capture the amazing moments of pregnancy through baby's first year. This app has recently been updated to add features allowing parents to make keepsake movies from photos and videos captured within the app! It's great fun and easy to do!

Today I am also very excited to announce that Dreft has offered an amazing gift prize to one Kerrific reader. The prize package will include:
Booster Chair
5 Year Memory Book

Entering is simple. Just fill out the form below. Good luck!

This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Dreft
I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review and compensation, but all opinions are 100% mine.


  1. I love feeling the baby kick when I was pregnant. I also seeing baby in the ultrasound.

  2. My favorite memory was seeing my little one for the first time. After months and months of wondering what he'd look like it was amazing to see him and feel so much love for one little person.

  3. Feeling the baby kick is awesome. I'm 20 weeks right now and it's my favorite thing.

  4. Kristin Goodson

    My favorite memory was feeling my son kick and shopping for baby items. I loved knowing that I was providing nutrients and love to my son even in the womb.

  5. my favorite memory is seeing my baby and getting to hold him for the first time.

  6. One of my favorite memories was telling my grandfather I was having twins. He was so happy!

  7. My favorite memory was finding out she's a girl.

  8. My favorite memory was the first ultrasound.

  9. The first heartbeat on the Doppler is just such an amazing experience.

  10. My favorite memory was the first time i could feel her kicking.

  11. My favorite memory was the first time he called me mama

  12. My favorite part of pregnancy is feeling the baby move around and kick me all day!

  13. My favorite memory while pregnant is feeling that fluttery like feeling in my tummy for the very first time. My son was pretty active after that :)

  14. My favorite memory was snuggling with my baby girl when we came home and just looking at her all day!

  15. One of my favorites will always be his first bath at home. Hubs and I tackled it as first time parents and it was adorable, sweet, and silly all wrapped up in one

  16. My favorite moment of pregnancy was when I found out I was having a girl! I couldn't stop crying, it just made everything so much more real. (I would've been happy with a boy of course but just knowing the sex made everything seem so different!)