Saturday, April 5, 2014

Make Your Child's Easter Warm and Cozy with a Jacob the Sheep Hot Water Bottle from Warm Tradition (Review)

Disclosure: I was sent a sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. The views above are mine and mine alone.

Last year, I shared two reviews about hot water bottles from Warm Tradition.  One was a pinky minky swirls water bottle for Valentine's Day, and the other was a cute lamb water bottle that made for a perfect Easter basket filler.  

Warm Tradition Pink Minky Swirls Covered Hot Water Bottle - Bottle made in Germany, Cover made in USA

Well, I am back again this Easter to share another cute hot water bottle idea from the folks at Warm Tradition.  Just look at this cute Jacob the Sheep water bottle, complete with a plaid bow tie. :-)

Doesn't he just make you smile and want to cuddle up next to him?  My girls thought the same when I showed it to them.  And, for the afternoon, they kept taking turns cuddling with this extra large and extra soft 2-in-1 (a cuddly sheep and a hot water bottle).

It wasn't until a few days later that this 1 liter rubber hot water bottle, with the soft animal cover came in handy. The girls found my stash of Easter candy and went to town trying to devour as much as I could before I caught them.  Not only were they left with chocolate mustaches and sticky fingers, but they also had belly aches, which needed soothing.  I quickly ran to the hall pantry and pulled out the Jacob the Sheep hot water bottle along with the lamb one I was sent last Easter.  I removed the animal cover, which has a Velcro closure and filled the rubber hot water bottle up with warm water.  Then, I handed them off to the girls to cuddle with, and soothe their tubby troubles.

Unlike heating pads, I love using hot water bottles with covers like these with the kids as I don't have to worry about them getting too hot and burning the girls' skin, or having to sit and hold the heating pad on the girls, to work.

When not using water bottles to ease an upset belly, the these cute animal cover hot water bottles and other fun design covers from Warm Tradition, are perfect for every member of the family.  Not only will these hot water bottles keep you warm at night as you hold them close, but they are great for women's monthly cramping, muscle aches, or just a way to de-stress after a hectic day.  I personally love resting these hot water bottles from Warm Tradition over my hands and feet as I suffer from Raynaud's Syndrome, which leaves me with cold hands and feet all the time.  I find instant relief and warm piggy wiggies in a matter of minutes.  And, I can't help but smile as I look down at my feet and see these cute animal covered hot water bottles.

You never know when the need will arise when you or a family member will find relief with a hot water bottle.  So, why not make it more fun by giving TLC with either Warm Tradition's popular Jacob the Sheep or Lamb water bottles this Easter.  Kids will want to snuggle up with these cute water bottles.

Parents will love knowing that each of the hot water bottles from Warm Tradition is "free of BPA, phtalate, latex, rubber and is odorless, safe and recyclable.  Thermoplastic allows for very long lasting heat and comfort.  And, each bottle has an extra large opening for easy filling and prevention of spills."  The cap is easy to grip for tight closing and easy opening, so you don't have to worry about little fingers unscrewing the cap and spilling the water everywhere -- or, even worse, burning themselves. 

This is one gift that will be used time and time again, as it helps ease tension, melt away aches and pains and help little ways forget about their tummy troubles. So, why not make your child's Easter warm and cozy this year when you surprise them with a Warm Tradition's Jacob the Sheep hot water bottle, for only $33.95? To view the full line of Warm Tradition's Hot Water Bottles, please visit

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Disclosure: I was sent a sample from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. The views above are mine and mine alone.

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