Last year I wrote about NoseFrida by FridaBaby, which is an amazing snot sucker. Well now FridaBaby has outdone themselves with The Windi, which is a gas and colic reliever. FridaBaby has developed another solution solver that actually works.
Mobi Tehcnologies, known for their high-tech products has done it again with their award winning DualScan Ear or Forehead Thermometer. This versatile thermometer can read a temperature quick and super fast from the ear or forehead. It makes temperature reading easy for the parent and child.
Rectal thermometers give the most accurate readings when checking a baby’s temperature so one to consider buying is the award winning Vicks Baby Rectal Thermometer. It is an ergonomically designed thermometer that is popular with parents.
After returning to the market just 3 months ago, Infant Tyenol has been recalled again. Johnson and Johnson recalled the bottles due to a failing bottle design. The new design was supposed to be a safety improvement for measuring doses. The new design has a protective cover on the top that does not seem to work
In December, the kind people at Ubimed sent me a Cleanoz Easy Nasal Aspirator Kit to review. The minute I opened the box, I was curious to see how it works but I was waiting until one of my kids had a stuffy nose so I could really see how well it works. Well lo
Its the cold and flu season and babies are getting congested. A manual bulb clears out noses, but not so well. The NoseFrida cleans out noses really well but is manual. The NasalClear Nasal Aspirator by Graco (formerly BebeSounds) cleans out noses too, but is electric. The NasalClear Nasal Aspirator works a lot faster than a manual aspirator, just
Buzz B, a battery operated nail trimmer by ZoLi, is a safe and gentle nail trimmer for newborns up to 2 years old.
One of the most ingenius nasal aspirators on the market is the Nosefrida Snocksucker. It works like a charm and clears your baby’s nose with almost no baby fuss compared to the traditional bulb nasal aspirator (also can damage nose tissues if used to hard or too much), which usually draws babies into hysterics.
A very common newborn issue is severe discomfort due to painful gas. Gripe water is a homepathic liquid that parents have been giving to their babies for hundreds of years (originated in Europe). It is a symptom soother, it does not cut gassiness or colic but it does soothe the baby temporarily. One thing to keep
For your baby’s first thermometer: * Buy an inexpensive digital model that can be used rectally (for the first 3 months) and then later a thermometer than be used auxiliary (under armpit) and orally. * LCD display that is easy to read. * Start button that is easy to press. * Don’t be swayed by