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We all know how important it is to keep a child's nose clean. If neglected, then it can cause serious problems and pain for your child. For some names such as ear infections, bronchial infection and sinus pains. Have you though that cleaning your child's nose is like torture for them? Our SnotBeGone Baby Electric Nose Aspirator is the answer, this easy to use gentle device sucks the mucous out without harming your baby. A soft and powerful suction tip design is better than other products on the market.
The fuselage is not washable, please do not put the fuselage in water to clean.
NOTE: The fuselage is not washable, please do not put the fuselage in water to clean.
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Are you looking for privacy while nursing your baby in public places? Do you want to feel comfortable breastfeeding in public? A nursing cover for breastfeeding, that is more than just a breastfeeding cover, but can be used in a multitude of other ways?
Our 5 in 1 Infinity Flexi-stretch Nursing Covers are multi-purpose design that can be used with endless possibilities. Stroller Cover, Car Seat Canopy, Infinity Scarf, Car Seat Cover, Poncho and it covers (almost) anything.This is also a great breastfeeding scarf that’s very flexible and stretchable, while keeping it soft and lightweight at the same time.
When your out and about with your baby and you suddenly need to change your baby, our portable DiaperClutch changing mat is your go to accessory! You can easily store this in your handbag or carry around on your wrist. Simply unfold and lay on a flat stable surface and you can easily change your baby's nappy. Great for travel and shopping trips.
Bed wetting is a problem for many school age children and their families and it is important that they don't feel alone with this. If you have a child that suffers from bed wetting, then this could be your answer...
According to the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne (1), Bedwetting Alarms are considered the mostuseful and successful initial way to treat bed wetting. Research has shown that these alarms will helpmore than 80% of children to become dry, and most children will then stay dry. Bedwetting Alarms have good long-term success and are the fastest way of treating enuresis than any other method. And the advantage of Bedwetting Alarms is that they are cost effective.
Bedwetting alarms are essential in the treatment of bedwetting. Studies indicate a 60-80% long-term cure rate when used correctly. For a child who has bedwetting, once the bladder is full, instead of waking to go to the bathroom or "holding it" as the non-bedwetting child does, the bladder releases all of the urine into the bed. It seems that these children's nervous systems do not respond to the full bladder. In the child with bedwetting, the brain has to learn what the appropriate response to a full bladder is. This is where the bedwetting alarm is useful.
A bedwetting (enuresis) alarm is a device that emits an auditory and tactile sensation in response to wetness. The alarm is attached to the child's underwear or pajamas in the area that one would expect the first drop of urine to be noticed. When the child wets, the alarm makes a loud noise to alert the child and his/her parents that wetting is occurring. In theory, the child hears or feels this and learns to get out of bed and empty their urine into the toilet. Gradually, over several months, the child learns to respond to the feeling of a full bladder by going to the bathroom before the alarm goes off.
This is a type of behavioral conditioning. It differs from arbitrarily setting an alarm clock to go off at a certain time or by the parents waking the child when they are up. The best type of conditioning is in response to the child's full bladder and urination, which will vary in time from night to night.
Initially, the parents play an important part in arousing the sleeping child once the alarm has gone off. The parents usually will hear the alarm first. Once the parent hears the alarm, they should quickly respond to the child. If the child is sitting up or moving in response to the noise, the parent can just remind them what to do next ? go to the bathroom. If the child is still sleeping soundly, the parent may need to gently shake them, call their name, turn on the light or do whatever else it takes to arouse them.
In order to be effective, the alarm has to work 100% of the time.
If the alarm becomes unhooked during the night, child lose an opportunity for learning.