Friday, 3 October 2014

GROHE: Our gift to you

One thing the kids won't ever get sick of is receiving surprise parcels. This time, they were enthralled with such a classy yet fun and functional gift courtesy of GROHE, the world's leading provider of sanitary fittings.
Photo credit: GROHE
The all new GROHE Rainshower Flower hand shower is sure to inject colour and fun into any bathroom. More importantly, the innovative petal-shaped bumper surrounding the shower head will be immensely useful to take the knocks from kids learning to shower independently. We've broken shower heads before, when the kids dropped them one too many times (when you have 6 kids plus water, it's not that surprising). In addition, this Flower Collection will pamper the skin with the same soft raindrops as all other Rainshower variants with the GROHE DreamSpray technology.

The kids couldn't wait to use it and remarked that Kate would be delighted to have such an adorable shower head to bathe with. I reminded them how lucky they are to be living in a beautiful new house, already fitted with GROHE accessories, thanks to the toil of their ah gong all these years. We were also grappling with some unfortunate news the past few days and I was trying to teach them that we don't need to accumulate material things to be happy. I asked if they were willing to give up this beautiful shower head to another child to bring joy to him or her. They all agreed to give it up. #3 was really cute, she asked if we could keep the flower pot. Sure my dear, sure.

So on this day which we dedicate to all children, may we have the honour of giving this gift to one of you, and with this gesture, we offer up all our wishes and prayers for children everywhere, especially those most in need of our prayers.

"Lily Rainshower" $177
Be the first to be showered with this lovely flower as it is only available in stores at the end of the year, retailing at $177. It will definitely brighten up any child's day and may even entice reluctant kids to get clean. The colour you will be receiving is the "Lily Rainshower" (pictured above) which has a white bumper and purple spray face.

All you have to do is to enter the {GIVEAWAY} below, Like Mummy Wee's Facebook page, and leave us a comment on this Facebook post, either Why you would like to win it for your child or a friend's child, or your child's showering story! (For us, Kate loves showering or rather playing with water, and will shower several times if we allow her to, while #5 has to be reminded daily to shower, if not he will conveniently forget to do so!)


a Rafflecopter giveaway


Details:
  • 1 winner will be chosen at random
  • Open to Singapore residents only
  • Ends 6 October 2014
  • Winner will be announced on Mummy Wee's Facebook page on 7 October 2014
  • Winner will be contacted by Mummy Wee

Here's wishing all the dear little people out there a

Happy Children's Day!



Disclaimer: GROHE sponsored us the Rainflower Shower head. All opinions are my own. Thank you, GROHE, not only for your generous sponsorship, but for your support in allowing me to go ahead with this GIVEAWAY, especially after you made the effort to accede to my request of colour choice.

~ www.mummyweeblog.com - a blog on parenting 6 kids in Singapore ~

12 comments:

  1. I would like to win it for the family, our shower head is giving way, there are water leaking from the wrong places. this will come as a good and fun replacement!

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  2. Noah loves being in the shower, as long as he's not the one getting his head wet! Hopefully, this would help persuade him to enjoy getting showered!

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  3. My 3 year old likes to be under the Rainshower system to get her hair and body wet! She's eager for a shower whenever she's at grandpa house!

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  4. I would love to win this cos my kids love bath time. With this bath time would even be more interesting!

    Evelyn Hu
    xuelyn@yahoo.com

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  5. Perfect for my girl who hates water on her face but doesn't mind as much when we pretend it's raining!

    Kathryn
    Kathrynng(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. I want to win for my family especially for my little boy; who afraid of water showering his head. If I win this, this come in perfect time because train him before send him for swimming classes. Hope to be the lucky one!!!

    Keith
    tan.keith@hotmail.com

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  7. I would love to win this for my gal who loves her shower daily and I am sure she will love the flower shower head !!

    Evelyn Lim
    Elim220380@gmail.com

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  8. My girl loves to play while showering. With a pretty shower head, it sure makes showering time more interesting.

    Cynthia Lau
    edenie98@yahoo.com

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  9. My girls love flowers. I'm sure this flowery designed shower head will make their shower time more pleasant and delightful.

    yeekityin@yahoo.com.sg

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  10. my kids LOVE playing in the shower! whenever the showers are turned on, my eldest son (4 years old) will go, "mommy! look! it's a waterfall!" after which he'll proceed to stand under it just to have the water fall all over his body!

    p.s. this lovely flower shower head will prettify the bathroom for sure! and that will make mommy's showering time even more lovely!

    Mabel
    amazinglystill@gmail.com

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  11. Hope to win this as my shower head broken recently and the spray isn't that even now. It's really a pretty flower. Hope the kids would find more joy in waterplay right in our own home during times of haze.

    Shirley Yong
    shirley@yong.sg

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  12. My lovely daughter like you flower shower head, now i want to buy one like this, but how?

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