Crane Adorable or Drop Humidifier

bluedrop01AND THE WINNER IS:   Randi Waguespack Phillips

So many of our little ones need great products, but did you know you can get functinality and ADORABLE all in one?  Crane has offered a humidifier of the winners choice from the adorable animal line, including the Hello Kitty and SpongeBob, and the drop humidifiers.

The one catch, you must be willing to write a review for our blog site about the humidifier and how it works for your preemie! ;)   The product will be shipped directly to the winner from Crane!  Go to and check out which one YOU want to win!

Value $45.99 but for some…priceless!  MUST be a preemie family to enter!!


How a Crane humidifier can help your preemie:owl01

– Increases air moisture for easier breathing and a good night’s sleep

– Relieves cough, cold, and flu symptoms, including nasal congestion, dry cough, sinus irritation, nose bleeds, dry skin

– 1 gallon water tank runs whisper quiet up to 24 hours

– Mists up to 2.1 gallons of moisture per day

– Effectively humidifies rooms up to 250 square feet

– Auto shutoff safety sensor

– Uses less energy than a standard household light bulb

– Does not require a filter

– Suitable room size: Approx. 250 sq.ft/ 23m2.FDA & patent registered.




Giveaway ends 03/24/13 at 11:59 PM EST. Entrants must be 18 or older and located in the US only. Winner to be chosen at random. All entries must be properly recorded in the comments to count (i.e. Link to tweets, Facebook page, etc). Winner will be notified via email and has 48 hours to respond. If winner does not respond, a new winner will be chosen and notified. By entering this giveaway, you agree to all of our terms and conditions.

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29 Comments + Add Comment

  • Ezra James has chronic asthma and a lot of times his symptoms can be relieved with a humidifier, especially if he has a dry cough. We have one, but we are looking to replace it soon! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • My daughter was born a 29w 4d, one of her problems was she had a collapsed lung 2 days old, then when she was about 5 months old she was admitted back to the hospital for 4 days for pneumonia, she doesnt have any issues yet but all her drs say she is very likely for asthma, and also most of her colds end up in her chest and lungs.

  • Casper our 26 weeker now 18 months, has had multiple infections that have caused him to go into the hospital. When he gets even a little bit sick his breathing suffers and he experiences difficulty sleeping. A humidifier would really help him with his breathing and allow him to get a good nights sleep.

  • We have used a humidifier since my dd came home from the hospital, she has allergies and Asthma. Our humidifier recently broke so we need to replace it 🙂

  • Would LOVE a Crane Cow Humidifier for our little baby girl who’s expected due date is 3/19/2013!! We also have our preemie son who is 17 months old who could use during cold season!

  • it would defiantly help us through the cold and flu season…..stuffy/runny noses and deep coughs!

  • Ezekiel was born with bpd and has trouble breathing, we use a humidifier to help his tiny lungs stay well daily and would love the crane frog humidifier!

  • My little guy gets croup fairly easily and this would be so helpful (and cute) to keep by his crib to ease his cough!

  • We live in Colorado and the air is really dry here. The humidifier would definitely help us with sore throats and all that that comes with dry air, as well as adding a cute Hello Kitty to our Preemie daughter bedroom!!

  • My little preemie get congested so easily and this would help a lot!

  • We constantly run a humidifier in our son’s room at night and have done so since bringing him home from the NICU. I think that is what has, in part, helped him to remain so healthy in his short 2 1/2 years even with all of the odds that were stacked against him. A new humidifier would replace the current one, that is on its last leg.

  • My son is recovering from RSV and Upper respitory infection. It would help to have one I could put in his room to help clear up his noise.

  • My daughter always seems to be congested! I think this would help her a lot!

  • We have moved to a dryer climate this last year and I’ve noticed the girls have had more coughs than before. A humidifier would really help relieve their symptoms when they are sick.

  • These are so much cuter than the bulky, ugly humidifier we currently run in our LO’s room.

  • I would love one of these to put in my sons room.

  • humidifires help my girls when they have colds!

  • I have a 3 year old former 27 weeker and an almost 2 year old 25 weeker. They are doing fabulously! Our 25 weeker is getting so close to walking! She is on no meds and has a vp shunt and g-tube. I am also 18 weeks pregnant with our 3rd, expected to go to term because of a trans-abdominal cerclage!!

  • Perfect for the times our little ones get congested!

  • I would love this for my son!!!!!! Since November he has had pneumonia and broncititis twice!!!!!!! This would help him alot!

  • this would be great!! we had one of the duck humidifiers and it broke this winter. Financially we can’t replace it right now…

  • My daughter gets alot of colds during the winter. Everytime she gets sick, whe loses weight. SHe is so far underweight that even a loss of only a few ounces concerns her pediatrician and us. A humidifier would help reduce the severity of her colds.

  • my son has the “preemie grunt” and is frequently stuffy – I feel that this would help that situation greatly. my 4yo sleeps in the same room and has a lot of trouble with allergies as well.

  • Our old house is so drying that I need to run our humidifier (a Crane BTW) 24/7! I would love to be able to have a new one before this one dies.

  • would love to win

  • It would help when anyone in the family is feeling sick.

  • A humidifier would help us a lot because my little 29 weeker actually has a few issues with his breathing when it comes to dry air. So having a bit of moisture would be fabulous!

  • A humidifier would help our trio have easier time breathing especially when they are sick…the pediatrician recommended hot showers with them during illnesses but with my wheelchair showering with the triplets isn’t an option. It would help greatly.

  • My little girl has chronic lung disease and the “common cold” can really take its toll her.

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