Sunday, June 7, 2009

Be Ready For The Dot (Today ONLY)

Do you remember the day you started your first period? Most of us do... and I'll bet that a large percentage of you either had no clue what was going on or were pretty vaguely informed about what was going on with your body.

If you have daughters, nieces, goddaughters - you really should visit Dot Girl. Dot Girl's First Period Kit is filled with everything you need when you have "that talk" with your child. There's a guide filled with information for you to share with your daughter, a calendar so she can take charge of tracking her cycle, several types of sanitary pads along with a coupon for a free pack, a reusable warming pad to ease those cramps, napkin disposal bags and wipes. Everything you'll need for that inevitable first day.

They even have Period Undies to help her feel confident that she won't have any embarrassing leaks. There's also a selection of books to help your daughter understand what's happening to her body along with scented disposal bags and other functional undies.

We have one (1) Dot Girl First Period Kit to give away to one lucky reader.

There are several ways to enter - here are the rules:

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*Pop on over to Dot Girl and look around a bit. Then come back and tell us why a first period kit would be handy or tell us how unprepared you were for that first day.

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There you have it! Seven very simple ways to enter our contest - how easy is that? Complete rules can be found on our Contest page.

This contest ends TODAY Sunday, June 7th at 11:59pm (pdst) so don't wait - make sure you've gotten all seven entries TODAY! Please note: entries received after the cutoff time will be deleted prior to drawing a winner.

- Liz

Posted by Liz of Pink Lemonade

18 comments:

DawnS said...

This would be a great kit to have to guide conversation with my daughter.

DawnS said...

Following on Twitter (RyleeForLife)

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Fan on Facebook (Dawn Speese)

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subscribed via email (dspeese at bellsouth dot net)

NesieBird said...

My daughter and I could use this, too. Thanks!!

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rmc1ra said...

I have had the conversation with my daughter and she is WAITING for her period or as my mom used to say "auntie Flo" to visit. She is nervous and I think this kit would make her feel more prepared.

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rmc1ra said...

I subscribe.

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Jenn S. said...

A first period kit would be really handy. My daugter is at the perfect age for this. I want her to feel as comfortable as possible when she has her first period. This kit would be a great help in that.

rosannepm said...

The period kit explains it in a way that is intelligent. My mother taught me about it ina rather vulgar way. I would want my duaghter to be better informed.
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I'm a fan on Facebook
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I'm a subscriber
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Pam said...

I think it's nice that the kit includes a coupon so the girl can pick whatever product she likes best, and I also like the heating item to soothe cramps. I always loved a heating pad when I started my periods. Thanks. A useful giveaway.

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Gianna said...

It would be very handy since my oldest daughter is pretty close to that age..

masonsgranny59 said...

This would be a great kit to have to guide conversation with my NEICE WHO LOST HER MOM 2 MELANOMIA.

lilyk said...

A first period kit would be handy because it would help prepare a girl who hasn't had her period yet for what's to come.

lilyk said...

I subscribed by email.

lilyk said...

I became your Facebook fan under the name Lily Kwan.

lilyk said...

I signed up for your social network with the name Lily Kwan.