Baby Event 2015: NUK - Pacifiers, Bottles, Nursing Pads, and Nipple Shield

*Disclaimer - I received the products in this post from NUK in order to facilitate this review for my readers.

Do you have a little one on the way or a baby who needs some feeding supplies? Then, try out NUK products!

I have been working with the very popular baby brand known as NUK off and on for awhile now, on my blog. I was very excited to let them know that I had a Baby Event 2015 going on through April or so, and that I would love to work with them again. They said yes they'd love to! I chose the most popular products that I know I will need once baby boy is born to be able to review for my event. They wanted me to make sure that I told all about their orthodontic pacifiers specifically for 6 - 18 months that they sent to me in a few boy designs. They come in a 2 pack package and are really easy to open to remove. 

The next products that I received from NUK are a set of two Tri-Suction Bowls which are made for 6 months and older. We will use these for spoon feeding baby foods later on. The cool thing about these bowls is that they have 3 suction cups on the bottom of the bowls to stick better. They are also microwave and dishwasher safe, which is a huge plus to save time! These can help prevent spills. The 2-pack comes with 1 lid. 

The next products that I received from NUK are especially made for mom (me), as these are 50 Ultra Dry Nursing Pads which will be a huge help to have handy, as I fully plan on nursing this baby and pumping as well. You can never have too many of these on hand! The second picture you will see below is of a Nipple Shield with Case which will also be useful while breastfeeding.

The final products that I received from NUK to review in this post is known as the 5 oz Advanced Orthodontic Bottle . I got a 2 pack of these and am very excited to be able to use them. I worked in an infant room of a daycare in 2013 / 2014 and a few of the babies had these same bottles, and they're great to help with colic babies to drink formula or breastmilk alike. 

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