A Double Blessing Baby Shower: Preggie Pops & Preggie Pop Drops {Review & Giveaway}

July 25th, 2011

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One of my sponsors in A Double Blessing Baby Shower is Three Lollies.

Do you suffer from morning sickness? With my son, I had tremendous morning sickness (only nausea) which lasted the first 16 weeks of my pregnancy! This time, with the twins, I only experienced morning sickness for 3 weeks (THANKFULLY!). The worst thing about morning sickness, to me, was the time when I got up in the morning to the time I was able to put something in my stomach. This time around, I had to have something in my mouth as soon as I woke up or I would feel horrible, even after eating.

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Preggie Pops were created for those that prefer a natural type of relief to the neverending nausea. In turn, a product created based on research and input from pregnant women resulted. Preggie Pops and Preggie Pop Drops come in a variety of natural flavors. These include sour fruit, ginger, mint and more. They also have an organic brand of Preggie Pop Drops.

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I love the fact that there are minimal ingredients and these are made with natural essential oil flavors and colors. They also have a great taste and do not make me feel like I’ve just had something super sweet. These offered me relief from nausea, but since each pregnancy is different, I assume that individual results will vary. I actually prefer the drops, but if your hospital allows you to suck on something during labor, I think the pops would be great too!

Not only does Three Lollies make pregnancy related products, but they also make Quesy Pops and Quesy Pops for kids. These would be a great option for quesiness from medication and even as an alternative to a cough drop.

Three Lollies has generously offered 3 readers a pack of Preggie Pops and Preggie Pop Drops! Enter using the form below.



Good luck!

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9 Responses to “A Double Blessing Baby Shower: Preggie Pops & Preggie Pop Drops {Review & Giveaway}”

  1. Jan Messali says:

    I used ginger to help with nausea.
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  2. Katie Smith says:

    I had ginger ale or lavender helped too
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  3. Donna says:

    I found that if I ate small snacks all day long, I didn’t feel nauseous.

  4. Kira says:

    I get super sick, and the best medicine for me is to never allow myself to get hungry or it is all down hill from there!

  5. Theresa says:

    Saltine Crackers help me!

  6. laura says:

    Ginger snaps and ginger tea have always helped me with nausea, and sometimes a benedryl

  7. I had horrible nausea, and NOTHING helped. :(

    MamasMusings@hotmail.com

    • Alissabeth says:

      :-( I had to use prescriptions with my son. This time, vitamin B helped for a while, but I did have to get the prescription again too. Thankfully, it was only about 3 weeks of morning sickness this time.

  8. kirsten oge says:

    I have morning sickness off and on during this pregnancy. My dr told me to eat smaller meals more often and it’s so far helped.

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