Thursday, December 18, 2014
We received a sample in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
We had the opportunity to facilitate a review for the Acu-Life True Easy Syringe .
This is the time of the year when the "sniffles" are going around. It is especially stressful when the kids are ill. As a parent it makes me feel helpless when my kids get sick. It can be even more frustrating when they require medication. Most medicines I have ever used don't come with a helpful medicine cup or dispenser.
I have always found that with my kids it was easier to use a medicine syringe rather than a cup. I usually have to pick up a new syringe every time one of the kids get sick. The most common problem I have had with all the syringes I have used is the measurements get wiped away when you wash them. It may be just between a dollar or two to pick up that syringe but as with any dollars they add up, and wouldn't it be nice to know you have a high quality medicine syringe at home. One that is going to last through many dosages instead of a few.
The Patented Acu-Life True Easy Syringe is a liquid medication dosage device. It is designed to help parents and caretakers administer a precise prescribed dose safely. The color-coded dosage ensures an accurate dosage of medication every time.The True Easy Syringe is BPA free.
I really like the True Easy Syringe over other syringes I have picked up in Pharmacies over the last 22 years. The syringe is easy to use and delivers the correct dosage using the color-code cap. The calibrations are easy to read and will not smudge off after being washed a few times. It also makes it easier to hold onto and control the flow with an over-sized grip. There are very simple directions on the back of the True Easy Syringe package for using it and washing it.
I also find that syringes are the easiest to use when administering medicine to small babies. I would recommend The True Easy Syringe from Acu-Life to all parents and caretakers.
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Posted by Gladys Parker at 5:03 AM
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
I know many of our readers have little ones and while I don't claim to know everything about car seats I do know every child needs one, and they are expensive. I jumped at the chance to bring this giveaway to my readers. With the Holiday fast approaching that means many of us will take to the roads to travel to see loved ones. Safety 1st would like to pass along travel safety tips on "How to Survive the Holidays with Kids".
I've been blessed, my immediate family are all with in an hours drive, which helps reduce this grandma's anxiety level.
According to the AAA last year 94.5 million people were on the roads, train tracks or in the skies during the holiday season. Wow, that a lot of people! Then add your own kids into the mix of congestion and for some it can mean holiday headaches. However Safety 1st has some tips to help fight some of those headaches this holiday season (no these suggestions won't help you deal with Uncle Bob who has a tendency to be a bit to loud). :)
Let me tell you, I snapped at least a dozen photos of the princess in the new Advanced SE 65 Air+ Convertible Car Seat. They were each and everyone a bit fuzzy because she's officially a mover and a shaker!
1. Avoid peak travel days: Try not to fly or drive the days immediately before and after the actual holiday. Those are the busiest travel days. However, if you fly or take a train you might save money by traveling on the actual holiday, the roads are less congested too.
2. Prepare your child for the trip: Holiday parties can be overwhelming with sensory overload. Especially for young children its good to talk about the upcoming trip days even weeks in advance. This will help him or her get excited about the journey. Show photos of family members or friends your child has not met yet, this way the new faces might be a little familiar upon arrival.
3. "Are we there yet?" To help avoid that dreaded phrase and amour into your six hour trip reserve a bag just for the kids, include books, toys, diapers a change of clothes and snacks. Pre-load a tablet or smartphone with kid friendly apps or games. If you are driving keep all necessary items such as wipes, hand sanitizer or tissues easy to reach in a moment, there are times you may not want to be digging through the bottom of a bag for such items. The Safety 1st Car Door Sanitation Station is a great solution.
4. Car Seats: if you are flying check to make sure your car seat is FAA certified. If it's not clearly labeled contact the manufacture. For parents with older children the Safety 1st BoostAPak can double as a kid survival kit, it's FAA certified , and will fit in the plane overhead bin area.
If you are driving make sure your car seat is installed correctly. If it's been awhile side you visited a car seat check, it's recommended to check your seat with a Certified Child Safety Technician in prior to your trip. Safercar.gov is a great resource.
5. Prepare the guest room: If your child will be sleeping in a Play Yard during the trip, use that for a bed or nap the entire week prior to your trip, thus allowing your child to adjust and feel more comfortable in a new environment. Also if your infant or child sleeps better in a dark room or tends to wake up early with the morning light, bring a dark sheet to place over the window, with the same effect as room darkening curtains.
Safety 1st introduces the latest car seat featuring Air Protect + technology.
The Advance 65 Air+ Convertible Car Seat features Air Protect + to keep children form 5-65 pounds safer in the car.
Air Protect + combines the advanced protection of Air Protect® fusion system with patented GCell HX™ foam designed with hexagonal shapes for superior protection around the torso. TOGETHER they provide full body side impact protection.
In addition to Air Protect+, the Advance 65 Air + uses a STEEL-REINFORCED metal frame for extra stability and includes a 4-position recline for an optimal fit to your vehicle. They've also included color-coded belts paths and installation labels to help you install it quickly and correctly, which means less time getting it into your car and more time to enjoy the ride.
Super-extended weight range
Rear-facing 5-40 pounds
Forward-facing 22-65 pounds
Featuring Air Protect +
Air Protect® advanced fusions system protects your child's head, where it's needed most
GCell HX™ patented foam with hexagonal shapes inside the seat provides superior body protection
10-position headrest grows with your child
No re-thread harness
4-position recline for optimal fit to your car
Integrated cup holder
Meets or exceed Federal and ASTM Safety Standards
Safety 1st Is Giving One Of YOU The Opportunity To WIN The Advance 65 Air+ Convertible Car Seat!
Posted by Gladys Parker at 2:54 AM