The big blogiversary giveaway: day eight

Although Mummy Fever has been around for quite a while now, it is a year since the new look blog emerged and things really moved on. As a result of this we are only really celebrating the first anniversary of this side of Mummy Fever.

As part of this celebration we are bringing you lovely readers a month of giveaways. Each day during March we will be launching a new giveaway and on the final day of the month there will be a bumper list of prizes on offer for one lucky winner.

Each giveaway will run for two weeks so you will have plenty of time to enter.

There are some great brands taking part and these are some of our favourites, so we hope you enjoy the prizes.


Good luck from all of us!

Today we are giving you the chance to win a Kinetik Non-Contact Thermometer.

The quickest & most accurate way to check your child’s temperature Kinetik’s Non-Contact Thermometer

If your baby or child is ill, it can be extremely stressful.  A temperature often signals the start of an infection / illness, so gauging an accurate temperature reading, as quickly as possible, is imperative.

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Suitable from birth, the Kinetik Non-Contact Thermometer is small, easy to use and importantly, the ‘non contact’ element, means you can take your child’s temperature without waking or upsetting them.  The thermometer provides an instant, accurate, non-invasive reading.

In addition, the Kinetik Non-Contact Thermometer is able to read a room temperature, ensuring it’s comfortable, as well reading surface temperatures, enabling you to check bath water or milk.  With the Kinetik Non-Contact Thermometer you have complete piece of mind and crucially, you known your child is safe.

The Kinetik Non-Contact Thermometer is available from: Argos, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Co-operative, Morrisons and Asda.

RRP is £19.99

Just complete the easy widget  below to enter!

The big blogiversary giveaway: day eight

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  1. This looks amazing, thank you so much for offering up all these amazing prizes for your followers x

  2. This is a fantastic device. You can check thier temperature in the night if they are unwell without disturbing them x

  3. We have a cheap thermometer that we bought from the chemist for about £5. There’s always an thought that it may not be accurate.

  4. The ‘non contact’ element of this thermometer is brilliant. It takes ages to get your little-un off to sleep when they’re poorly and the last thing you want to do is to disturb them when checking their temperature.

  5. love the OC Fair the rides the food the experience I used to enter thru 4h as a child it has been years since we have been back home in CA to attend the fair but we ll be there this year so excitied

  6. We have been thinking of getting one of these for my daughter as we have to check her temperature throughout day and night because of the methotrexate injections supressing her immune system. thank you for the review of it – will keep fingers crossed and if don’t win then i will buy one anyway as it sounds like it will prove useful.

  7. We would find this an immense help in our house- forehead strips are absolutely hopeless on a wriggly toddler! Thanks, and fingers crossed 🙂

  8. My daughter refuses to have her temp taken after being in hospital with croup, so hopefully this would work better!

  9. I had to borrow a thermometer from a neighbour the other day as ours went missing – thanks for the chance

  10. These are a brilliant idea, my daughter is a nightmare trying to take her temperature, no matter what I use. When you ring the doctor and they say what is her temperature and I always say I am not sure, they speak to me as if to say, Well you should know it. I feel really bad.

  11. I love the idea of this. There seems to always be a poorly one in our house at the moment, and the little ones hate being prodded and poked when they feel rough. This would be amazing! Thank you for yet another great giveaway!

  12. This would be very handy have 2 children at nursery so they are always picking illnesses up

  13. My son is prone to febrile seizures if he gets too hot but he hates the normal thermometers, this looks like it could be really helpful

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