My Precious Kid -- Giveaway of the Week

This week's featured business: My Precious Kid
Kay Green is the Christian wife (29 yrs) of Russell, her high school sweetheart, and mother to "homegrown" kids Melissa 25, Jordan 23, Allison 20 and to Haley 8 years old (adopted at birth). Her granddaughter Madison Kay was born December 2006.

My Precious Kid ID Cards were a result of needing Homeschool ID's for her kids, and an ID for Haley after her adoption. The Car Seat ID card was Kay's brainstorm after seeing car seat ID stickers from the hospital that were messy to remove or change. The Velcro® tags can be changed for new information or a new child. The Luggage Tags are perfect for back packs, diaper bags, booster car seats and daycare or grandma's house. Your child's card speaks for your child when you can't!

Here's some of what they do:
My Precious Kid products include ID cards, DNA and Fingerprint Kits, First Aid Kits, ID Bracelets, Shoe ID Stickers and ID Shoe Tags, Baby Sling, Safety Tips Book, Medical Records Book, Toothprints products and Travel products.

Here's what they're giving away:
Two sets of Child Safety Packs. (Did you hear that? TWO winners this week!)

Each Child Safety Pack includes:

1 - Child ID Card with Self Seal Pouch
(for parent's wallet)
1 - Child Car Seat ID Card with Self Seal Pouch and Velcro®
(for child's car seat or toddler booster seat)
1 - Medical Release Form with Self Seal Pouch
(for day care or grandma)
1 - Child Luggage Tag ID card with Self Seal Pouch
(for diaper bag/back pack or toddler booster seat)
2 - Shoe ID Stickers
1 - Disposible Child ID bracelet/anklet plus

FREE Child DNA Fingerprint Kit:
1 - Fingerprint Card
1 - FBI approved Ink strip
1 - DNA Sample Bag with Instructions
1 - Child profile card in protective sleeve

Each card in this child safety product holds child’s photo, thumbprint, name, address, weight, height, birth date, emergency contact numbers, doctor name and number, dentist’s name and number, insurance info, plus a medical release signature allowing immediate medical treatment when parent is not present or can not speak for the child. Complete child safety protection for a child for ONE year! This is a parent "do-it-yourself" child protection kit prepared it in the privacy of your own residence!

You can see more of the details about this giveaway item by going here.

How you can enter to win:
Leave a comment telling why you feel that safety products like this are important. Have you been in situations where you really needed something like this? Tell us about it.

Something for everybody:
Use coupon code # 112081208 for 10% off your first purchase

The fine print:
Contest limited to US residents only. If you don't have a blog that I can reach you through, you need to leave your email address in your comment.

The winner will be announced on:
Saturday, August 16, 2008

56 comments:

peanutpeddler said...

WOW! I have been wanting to get this done. I keep forgetting about it, but I think it's SO important! Anything can happen anywhere and these little items can make a HUGE difference!

michelle said...

I would love to win one of these. It's important to have the id set to help get all the information in one place. I always take a photo of my kids in what they have on whenever we go somewhere where there's lots of people. I take the pic before we start playing, etc. So in case they get lost or worse, I can be specific about what they were wearing.

Uniquely Yours said...

I would love to win this.....what mother wouldn't! Wow! What a mom, Michelle I wouldn't even think about taking her picture before we go somewhere.

gkstratos said...

What can you say about products like this - they're invaluable. Should something happen, your mind would be in such a panic that I imagine it might be hard to recall little things like what they were wearing. Great idea.
gkstratos@yahoo.com

Kristie said...

What a great idea! I've never had a situation where I've lost one of my own, but my cousin was lost for while when he was 2. He was at his grandparents when he wandered off into a cornfield and was lost for several hours. A rescue dog ended up finding him. Having my own children now, I couldn't imagine what my Aunt was going through while he was lost!

khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

megankortepeter said...

I looked just the other day and there were 12 sex offenders in a ten mile radius of my home. Not sure if problems or just awareness is increasing but we have to protect our children.

Megret said...

I consider myself a pretty overprotective mom, so I don't ever let my little ones stray out of my sight. As they grow a little older, though, and go to friends' houses, to school, camp, etc., I think a product like this will definitely be useful and needed. I so wish we didn't even have a need for these kinds of things, but I am glad these types of items are available.
Thanks!
Megret
musesofmegret (at) gmail (dot) com

Alice H said...

Safety is incredibly important - there is so much information kids would need to remember if they got lost etc. Not to mention the piece of mind products like these would give ME! Thanks! afdr3d@umkc.edu

Buki Family said...

This is important because you never know what can happen. Did you hear about the Israli couple on vacation who left their 3 year old in the airport on accident? I can't imagine it would happen to me... but it does happen.

Stacy said...

I think this is so important especially with all the Amber Alerts you hear about.
hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

1stopmom said...

I would love to win this. I am a big time worrywart. Especially when it comes to kids. My 6 year old is very shy and does not talk around strangers.I am always afraid that she will get lost and whoever finds her will not know how to get her home. This giveaway is important one because it is something every parent should have.

bacon74 at 1stopmom.com

Cassie said...

My first instinct is to click out and not think about this. It's so scary. I have pinned notes in my sons pockets when we've gone to crowded places. The thought of collecting DNA and having the dentist's info is horribly depressing. I can see why it's important but it's really difficult. I need to get over it and this would really help. Thanks for the giveaway.

louiseb130 said...

This would give such peace of mind

itwasn'tme said...

this no longer is a want it, parents need it because of how the world has become..this doesn't mean be afraid of the world and strangers but be aware of whats going on in the world, be prepared and be on your toes in life

Shannon said...

Because you can never be too careful with your child's safety.

Colleen P said...

I like the title of this post "precious kid." When a car or a laptop gets stolen, it can be replaced. Kids can't be replaced! I think this is a great safety kit. Thanks!

Heather said...

My favorite part of the kit is the car seat ID. I just brought my daughter home from the hospital and they had some to put on her carrier. I don't have one for my son's seat though. These would be great if you got into a car accident and were non responsive because it has contact information on it so that the hospital knows who to call. I would love to have this for my kids. It seems like in this day and age, no one should go without something like this.

Maja said...

Every parent needs this, especially when it's all in one place, organized. Great prize. I never had a scare, but it's good to be prepared.

Hil'Lesha said...

So much goes on these days. It is better to be safe than sorry.

Katharos said...

I think these things are necessary so that we can give our kids a little freedom while making sure we keep them safe.

mverno said...

to protect the little ones

Cherie J said...

I would love to win this. This is so important. When I was a toddler my mom tells me I got lost. Something like this would have been a blessing at the time. Thanks for the chance to win.

cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com

kygirl said...

It is always a good idea to be safe. In our world today it should be priorty. I have never been in a sitution where I needed something like this. But you have just open my eyes a little more.

Aura said...

I just bookmarked the My Precious Kid site yesterday to show my husband. Last week I brought my four year old on the train to manhattan for an appointment and after we were done we walked a block to Toys R Us to buy something. We entered the store and my son was busy looking at the electric doors while I took one step away to get a flier and suddenly I heard him scream MOMMY! and run out the door. Apparently he didn't see me and thought to run back to the doctors office, luckily I found him right away. As soon as he calmed down we reviewed our safety tips about what to do when lost. On advice from a baby magazine I decided to get him shoe tags with my cell number in case he ever got lost again. I sure hope it never happens again but this time we'll play it safe and get him some ID tags.

aahaft@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Have never been in a specific situation, but I'll do anything to keep my kids safe.

dangotmail AT yahoo DOT com

monique said...

i think this ideas is too cute, for kids that love the outside but the "outside" does love them, Yet!

oneinamil23 said...

This is a great idea!! I'm always scrambling for good shower gifts - I'll have to keep this in mind! I know it would come in handy with my 2 year old - he loves to run as fast as he can away from me and hide in clothing racks, etc!

autumn398 (at) yahoo.com

Sharon said...

YES!!!!!!!
First...If I win...this goes to my BEST friend...who needs this...safety is THE most important thing...and with this busy world, we need some help...nothing is more important. I HAVE been in this situation...a bunch of times...with my now Teenage Son...and wish I had more items to help. THANKS

agordon10 said...

These really can be a lifesaver not only in a dangerous situation, but great for the benign, like leaving for the babysitter or at a party.

bfox74 said...

This would be a great gift from a grandparent to their children, to protect the grandchildren!

Joy said...

these little things can make such a difference in emergency situations.

Smooshy said...

I've never needed one but my nephew is pretty sneaky and fast! This would be great to have on him if he ever got lost.

Jenn S. said...

Great giveaway! These items are so important because you just don't know what is going to happen. Better to be safe than sorry.

mogrill said...

This is a wonderful idea! Especially for those fast little buggers.

tesashel said...

It's so important these days to have this kind of info, just in case. Kids are so precious - we don't need to take chances.

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with this idea. Kudos.

stephanie_adkins@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I don't know how, but I would share this with my cousin who has a child with severe mental retardation. She is older now and wandering off on her own. She doesn't speak, so it is extremely important to have this type of identification. My little one is 3 and on the contrary extra loving and trusting of just about everyone. Scary at times.
ivyjimenez@att.net

Kari said...

I would really love this, for the peace of mind it would bring. I am constantly worrying about my children, esp. when I take them out alone.

Teresa said...

I find that child safety products are essential.Seven years ago my sister lost her little girl to a "freak accident",so no matter how much you think "It can't happen to my child",it can!

Tammy said...

I have never (thank goodness) needed a product like this before, we are homeschooling for the first time this year though, and an ID card would be helpful to have!

sharon said...

because you never know what will happen, always better to be prepared

diannediamon said...

what is more precious than your kids....safety is always #1

maggie0352 said...

This is a great giveaway. My grandaughter is having her first baby and you should always be prepared. Thanks for the chance to win. maggie0352@aol.com

heatherpfaff_2006@hotmail.com said...

i am getting ready to have a baby and this would be something that could help out early on in life.. lord knows we wanna keep them safe

Heather

miriama said...

They are great because you never know what can happen. I carry pictures of my daughters and now my granddaughter. It is so important to be safe.

Princess Golden Hair said...

any product that helps you keep your kids safe is priceless. Thank you so very much for telling me about this must have for my little ones

fancyfeet48 said...

any thing that will help protect kids is worth it

Will said...

Any safety products are invaluable.

Erica said...

Safety products are important for all children. They are invaluable when they can give information to people who can help when you can't.

Julie said...

I like this product because you can do everything at home. Everyone should make sure they keep these records in a fireproof safe. I had this done when my guys were little because you just never know. If the worst happens, these kits can be a life-saver. Thanks!

jkrisken(at)gmail(dot)com

Susanne said...

I always say the safer the better...no one wants to put their child in an unsafe situation.

lilyk said...

Safety products like this are important because they provide an additional layer of protection and security. Thankfully I haven't been in a situation where I really needed to use any of these products but knowing that they're available gives me peace of mind.

donna444444 said...

It is very important to keep the kids safe.

Rockin' Mama said...

Unfortunately we live in a dangerous world. Children can get lost/confused and forget important information easily

jasonncaryn at yahoo dot com

Jinxy and Me said...

All of these products are so important to keep little ones safe. You just can't do enough to make sure danger doesn't come your way!

masonsgranny59 said...

great safety idea:)