WaterWipes helping Premmie Babies + 2 Readers Can Win


Having a baby is a life-changing experience.

Imagine having a premmie baby? Or twins early?

Larissa with Jackson who was born at 27 weeks.

Larissa with Jackson who was born at 27 weeks.

When pregnant with the twins I was told that I might have them early.

My water broke at 33 weeks and eventually had the girls at 34 weeks and 2 days.

Due to the twins being 6 weeks early and nearly 7 weeks early due to twin A or now known as Julia they went straight into the NICU (Neo-Natal Intensive Care).  We stayed there for about 4 weeks from memory.

After the stay in the NICU, the babies and I were transferred to our local hospital to ensure that they put on more weight.

An early birth can be stressful for the mum, dad and of course your new little person/people.


WaterWipes has teamed up with Miracle Babies Foundation to support premature and sick newborns. “Miracle Babies Foundation is Australia’s leading organisation supporting premature and sick newborns, their families and the hospitals that care for them. Since 2005, Miracle Babies Foundation has been passionate in developing and providing vital programs and resources to support and enhance a family’s experience from a threatened pregnancy, hospital journey with a premature or sick newborn, the transition to home and beyond.”

“Each year in Australia around 27,000 babies are born prematurely.”

Larissa Lawrence and her partner found out they were expecting twins, however at just 25 weeks into Larissa’s pregnancy, one of the twin boys sadly passed away.
As you can imagine this would be an extremely difficult time for any parent.
While Larissa and her partner were dealing with the heartache of losing one of their boys, Larissa went into labour at 27 weeks and had his little brother, Jackson.

Jackson and Larissa spent 90 days in the NICU. While in hospital Larissa found that Jackson had very sensitive skin and WaterWipes was a great help.

“WaterWipes contain 99.9% water with just a drop of fruit extract so they are safe to use on a newborn baby. His rash went away almost immediately, and one year on we still only use WaterWipes and still have no rashes,” said Larissa.”

Premature births can also happen with a singleton pregnancy.

Having a premmie baby is daunting.  They are so tiny, need extra attention, maybe help to breathe and with feeding.

My girls were born and could not suck yet, therefore they had to have a feeding tube.

One was in a humidicrib due to being extremely jaundiced and the other was in the ward in a cot. Changing a super tiny nappy with gloves and in weird holes in the humidicrib was very difficult, but something I did learn to do.

I know that no one thinks they will ever have a premmie baby. I didn’t and actually never thought about it.

2 Readers can WIN a 3 Month Supply of WaterWipes. Each pack is valued at $90, and contains 360 wipes.

How to Enter?

Simply fill out the Raffelcopter form and answer the following question as a blog comment on this post.

Q. “Did you have a premmie baby/babies? Could you use a 3mth Supply of WaterWipes? Let us know by leaving a comment on this blog post.”

To comment to answer the above go to the bottom of the post where it says, WHAT DO YOU THINK?  Then enter your comment on this post.

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When does the Giveaway End?

Midnight 9th of August 2018.


Who Can Enter?

Australian Residents Only


In Australia, WaterWipes are sold at Coles, Woolworths, Priceline, Chemist Warehouse, Terry White Pharmacies, various independent pharmacies and online retailers.


A huge thank you to WaterWipes for this great giveaway.

I also wanted to thank Larissa and her family for sharing the story of her pregnancy, loss and the joy of having their little boy Jackson. I want to send you a HUGE virtual hug.


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32 Responses
  • Kym
    July 26, 2018

    My son was born at 37 weeks due to pre-eclampsia and weighed 2100 grams. Totally unexpected due to the gestation however he had stopped growing some weeks prior. We did a 2 week SCU stay! Very lucky we are both here today!

  • Amelia
    July 27, 2018

    I had the opposite of a premmie baby – a 4kg monster born right on time. He’s now 6kg at 6 weeks and a constant source of poops, milk regurgitation and dribbles… not to mention I still haven’t worked out how to stop the sprinkler system going off every time I undo a nappy 😉
    Wet wipes are at a premium in our house accordingly. I like the Aldi ones, but find them hard to get out of the packet. The Coles ones are easy to get out of the packet but aren’t so wet as saturated. Would love to give Water Wipes a whirl: hopefully they’d be my goldilocks product.

  • Ally Mack
    July 27, 2018

    We love water wipes. Our little boy was in hospital for the first 5 months of his life and he had major issues with nappy rash while we were there. Once we introduced water wipes everything started to clean up and it took away at least one issues the poor bugger was dealing with. We now use water wipes only with our bit and everything has been tip top down stairs for him!

  • S Jones
    July 27, 2018

    At 30 weeks currently, I feel like I could go any day. I have such a different feeling to my son born two years ago. My midwife says I’m measuring at nearly 34 weeks, so it could be a prem baby for us! Fingers crossed our home extension is done in time to bring home baby to a clean and safe environment!

  • Alicia Bardsley
    July 27, 2018

    My son was born by emergency cesarean at 30 weeks weighing 1456gm. He spent seven long weeks in NICU and then special care nursery. For first time parents, it was very scary and not what we were expecting.

  • Laura S
    July 27, 2018

    Waiting to find out and yes please!

  • Rosemarie De Bari
    July 27, 2018

    My beautiful sister in law had her first baby 6 weeks ago, 8 weeks early and weighing less than 1kg. She’s nearly doubled her birthweight now, but still has a way to go before they can take her home. I’d love to gift this prize to her.
    I was lucky my three babies were born at 39+2 (induced), 41+5 (spontaneous) and 41+2 (spontaneous).

  • Karen Edwards
    July 27, 2018

    My little man is currently teething and nappy changes are awful lots of wipes are needed and an extra set of hands to hold him still.

  • Mary Preston
    July 27, 2018

    My son was born early, but not a true premmie really. The WaterWipes would be brilliant thank you.

  • Jody Smith
    July 28, 2018

    I was lucky to have 2 full term babies. I have a toddler and a 9 month old. A 3 month supply of Waterwipes would help me with sticky icky meal times and many dirty nappies.

  • Kathy Clark
    July 28, 2018

    i love that their is no chemicals perfect even for the whole family as we go through baby wipes all the time , thinking bout taking a share in them lol

  • Steven Day
    July 28, 2018

    These would be great to win

  • Karina Lee
    July 28, 2018

    My god daughter uses Water Wipes and could do with more. She is allergic to all wipes except this one as it doesn’t contain anything except water!

  • Sharon Markwell
    July 29, 2018

    My babies were not premmie but I do use WaterWipes on a daily basis and always have a pack in my handbag. They’re perfection plus.

  • Kathy Ferguson Clark
    July 29, 2018

    oddly enough these are perfect for my sore inflamed eye as their is no chemicals in them and it realives the soreness

  • Amanda
    July 29, 2018

    Are these safe? Will they irritate my baby’s skin? Are they drying? Anxieties and questions plague a first-time mum. wipes that are 99.9% natural water – seems I can’t get this one wrong!

  • Kara
    July 30, 2018

    Our first child was born 7 weeks early. Weighed in at 1.7kg. He was tiny!! I definitely could use some water wipes.. Im sick of all the chemical nasties. These would be perfect

  • Belinda
    July 30, 2018

    I had a baby born spot on her due date and she is a little pooper. I could definitely use some water wipes to help in that department!

  • Sarahmary
    July 31, 2018

    These water wipes would make a very welcome addition to our household for our newest addition to our fam!

  • Jessica Ashbrooke
    July 31, 2018

    No premmies here one stubborn 11 days over and one two days early that slipped out with impatience, I could definitely use water wipes got one in nappies who I swear takes number two 50 times a day

  • Indika Wijayasekera
    August 1, 2018

    I didn’t. But, friend’s triplets were born premature. They were tiny. Now they are all 5 years old beautiful kids. 🙂 I would like to use waterwipes Im currently pregnant 🙂 Would like to use them for my baby.

  • Michelle Budge
    August 3, 2018

    I will be a grandmother for the first time very soon. It would be so great to win for my new grandchild.

  • Rosalie Bernacki
    August 7, 2018

    Would love to surprise my bestie and her little bundles sue in October, with the safety wipes in the world!!!! We love them!!!

  • Bella R
    August 8, 2018

    I didn’t but my best friend did – I believe these WaterWipes would make a huge difference!

  • Becky Downey
    August 8, 2018

    Got a toddler who deserves some wipes without the usual horrid chemicals. WaterWipes are wonderful!

  • Antonia
    August 9, 2018

    I have had three Premmie babies, all ok though very stressful at the time, now my daughter has had a 10 week Premmie son.

  • Antonia
    August 9, 2018

    I have had three Premmie babies, all ok now but very stressful at the time, now my daughter has a 10 week premmie.

  • AH
    August 9, 2018

    I didnt – but these wipes would be great for my sister who did

  • Maggie
    August 9, 2018

    My three were all born at 37 weeks by induction for pre-eclampsia. My boys spent some time in special care to help them regulate their temperatures and for some help with their lungs. They both suffer now from sensitive skin and I tend to use face washers and water instead of wipes. I’d love to try these.

  • Julie ford
    August 9, 2018

    Nothing beats baby wipes and becoming a mother

  • Mikaela
    August 9, 2018

    My twins were born at 25 weeks. My son weighed 750 grams while my daughter weighed 730 grams. My son unfortunately only lived for 6 hours while my daughter is going strong! A 3 months supply of water wipes would be amazing, I’d love to donate them to the NICU that cared for my twins.

    • Suzanne Robinson
      August 9, 2018

      Hi Mikaela, I am so sorry to hear about your son, and what little babies they were. I cannot imagine how hard this would have been. Thanks for your comment. Suzanne

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