December 28, 2012

Spa in a Basket


Stressful holiday season? Well, relax it's almost over. You've bought and wrapped countless toys and baked cookies for everyone else. Now it's time to take care of yourself. This Spa in a Basket has the tools you need to unwind and start the new year right. This spa basket includes bath gel, soap, lotion, and bath salts in a Honey Vanilla scent. Also included are a wood massage tool, a sponge, and comfy slippers. Treat yourself to this set and you can take on any post holiday challenge coming your way.

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December 24, 2012

BOB Revolution SE Duallie Stroller


Just in time for New Year's Resolutions, this BOB Revolution SE Duallie Stroller removes most excuses for getting in shape after the holidays. In addition to comfortable seating for two little ones, it has a state of the art suspension system to provide an exceptionally smooth ride during your run. The swiveling front wheel allows for superior maneuverability and locks forward for increased stability jogging or when the terrain turns tough. At the end of your work out simply use the easy, two step folding method for easy storage. See, no excuses.

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October 3, 2012

Baby Banana Bendable Training Toothbrush


You might think an infant is too young for oral hygiene. Actually, you'd be wrong. It's never too soon to take care of your baby's mouth and gums. Developed by a mom hygienist, this bendable training toothbrush is safe to use as early as 3 months. It's banana shape makes it fun for a baby to hold and it soft and bendable texture means its safe. During those painful teething months, keep it in the freezer so your little one can get some relief from swollen gums. The best feature is probably the fruit shape. You are teaching healthy eating habits too.

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September 20, 2012

Baby ComfyNose Nasal Aspirator


It may not be a pleasant subject, but runny noses are pretty common in babies. Bulb aspirators can be difficult to keep clean and trap germs. Fortunately, there are new ways to make sure your baby's airways are open. This BabyComfyNose Nasal Aspirator has ten times the suction of bulb and battery powered aspirators. It uses a tissue filter system and the mesh storage bag allows for hygienic drying after cleaning. Developed by a physician, it's BPA and phthalate free. So if you do have the unenviable task of clearing your infants nose, you can be sure you are doing it safely and effectively.

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May 23, 2012

Children's Advil Infant Drops, For Ages 6 - 23 Months, White Grape, 1/2 Ounce Twinpack


Inspired by today's daily event...you can never have enough fever reducer in your house! As a parent, you never want to think of your child being sick, but you still have to be prepared. Always keep track of the fever reducers, allergy medicine, and pain killers in your house. Over the counter medicines like Children's Advil Infant Drops will come in handy for a surprise illness or midnight fevers. Don't worry about it spoiling. The odds are you will run out before it will expire.

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March 28, 2012

InStep Sync Single Bicycle Trailer


Who says the only way to get in shape after having a baby is running? There are so many jogging strollers on the market, it's easy to forget bicycling is a fun and effective way to shed those baby pounds. This InStep Sync Single Bicycle Trailer is a great way to bring baby along while you work out. It attaches to most bicycles and has a two in one canopy to protect your little one from bugs and bad weather. After a ride you can simply fold down the trailer for easy storage. You can take comfort in the fact that you will be teaching your little one the importance of exercise. That's a good feeling.

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March 7, 2012

Triple Paste Medicated Ointment for Diaper Rash


If you have an infant then you know about diaper rash. It can happen for a number of reasons, a dirty diaper, allergies or illness. Curing it can be tricky, everyone has their own method. There are so many over the counter choices to choose from. Triple Paste Medicated Ointment is a reliable method to help ease pain and swelling associated diaper rash. It's also fragrance free and hypoallergenic. It's also recommended by pediatricians and dermatologists. At first, it may seem like an expensive alternative. When you see your baby smiling again, you will know it was worth every penny.

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February 7, 2012

Triple Paste Rash Ointment


Diaper rash is one of those inevitable pitfalls have infancy. It is painful for your baby and it's painful for you to watch your baby suffer through it. Many lotions claim to relieve the rash, but few actually do. Triple Paste diaper ointment is a reliable way to ease your infants pain and get those giggles going again. It's so reliable, pediatricians even give out free samples of the ointment. It's a little on the pricey side, you may want to stick with vaseline or powder if you can. You can just keep this on hand in case of a flare up. You will be glad you did.

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January 30, 2012

Summer Infant Three In One Family Thermometer


When your baby is sick, all you want is to know how to make it better. A good thermometer is the perfect tool to get you on the right track. This Summer Infant Three In One Family Thermometer can take a temperature orally, rectally, or under the arm. The 5 second reading will quickly tell you if your infant has a fever and the red and green fever alert glow feature takes the guess work out of reading the thermometer.

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January 6, 2012

Sensory Brushes (Bag of 12)


If you have a child with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), treatment doesn't have to cost a fortune. There are less expensive ways to supplement treatments offered outside the home. A soft sensory brush can help alleviate sensory aversion and can be done while the child is home watching a favorite program, relaxing. Of course, there is no substitute for professional help, but if you can help your child find comfort, that's best for everybody.

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June 16, 2011

Bedwetting Alarm


So, you thought that potty training was going to be the end of buying diapers. Did that turn out to be wishful thinking for you? If you are a parent of one of the 3% of boys and 2% of girls who still still wet the bed at age 10, you need another solution. This Malem Ultimate Bedwetting Alarm attaches easily to the undergarment the child is wearing. The alarm uses sound and vibration to wake the child when wetting occurs. If necessary, there is a lighting option for the deepest sleepers. Before you know it, you will be happily sending your little one off to sleepovers.

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June 10, 2011

June is Potty Training Awareness Month


Did you know that June is potty training awareness month? Well, now you do. It can be hard to transition your toddler from a little potty to a grown up toilet. It's hard, cold, and a lot higher! You can help your little one feel more comfortable with this padded cover. It also has handles along the side to help your toddler feel secure. It's easy to clean too. You can remove the pad from the base if a mess does occur. Potty training can be a tough phase, but with the right tools, you and your toddler just might get through it.

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June 1, 2011

Dr Mom Slimline Stainless LED Pocket Otoscope


During certain times of the year, it can be hard to tell if your baby is fussy due to an illness or allergies. This Slimline Stainless LED Pocket Otoscope will take the the guess work out of what is making your baby cry and help get you some answers. For about the price of one office visit copay, you can empower yourself and provide immediate relief to your baby. You can provide allergy relief or pain relief with knowledge gained right in your own home. You truly will be Dr. Mom.

See infant earaches, ear infections, pain relief.

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May 12, 2011

Baby Belly Band Belly Button Cover


One of the most stressful tasks the parent of a newborn can undertake is the cleaning of the belly button. This tender area can easily become chafed by diapers and clothes. This soft cotton cover protects this sensitive area and helps the healing process. You have enough to lose sleep over in those early weeks, keeping the belly button clean should not be one of those things.

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