Saturday, March 8, 2014

EasyGo Baby Dispenser Review + Giveaway

Feeding a newborn. To those without children, it may sound easy, but trust me, it's not. My son, Dallas, he eats on a three hour schedule. So that means at ten, one, four, and so on throughout the night, he is wide awake, screaming.  This means I have to work fast to make a bottle when he's hungry, and to make sure one is made when we get ready to lay back down, because if not, when he wakes up, there's no time to make one before he's screaming bloody murder.

Another thing I don't like about feeding, is having to haul around that bulky can of formula. It takes up so much room in the diaper bag, and it makes it hard to fit his diapers, wipes, bottles, extra change of clothes, and whatever else he needs. 

I came across the perfect solution to these problems, the EasyGo Baby Dispenser. It's the size of a large bottle, with a measuring component on the inside. They come with two components, one for Enfamil, and the other for Similac, Gerber, etc. (Enfamil's is different because it takes a different amount of formula.)

You slide in the measuring component into the slot, lock it in. Unscrew the bottom of the bottle, and measure twenty scoops of formula, and put them into the bottom. Once you're done there, fasten it back to the rest. Turn it upside down, turn the dial left (left when upside down, right when right side up), give it a little shake until you see the formula fill the measuring unit, turn it back, and it empties it into the top compartment, and you have one scoop of formula, ready to pour into the bottle. This cuts the time of making a bottle in half for me. I can measure out the amount needed for his large bottle (which holds 8 ounces of milk), and have it ready to make when he runs out at night, so if I keep a bottle of water, and the EasyGo dispenser nearby, I can have a bottle fixed in about a minute. 

The EasyGo, from what I have figured out, holds about 4 scoops in the top when full. It takes 4 scoops to 8 ounces of water, so it's perfect for filling the bottles up. Also, since it's the size of a large bottle, I can fit it nice and snug into his diaper bag, and it doesn't take up a lot of much needed space. I do find this to be a must have if you have a baby, especially a newborn.

You can purchase this from the EasyGo website for $19.95, or enter to win one of your own here!

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-Disclaimer: I was sent this product for review purposes, and did not receive any monetary compensation for this post. All opinions are my own. The giveaway item was donated by the company.

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