I think as a mom, it is important to share your knowledge, experience and saviors. These 5 items are game changers for your very little ones (1 and under), particularly during the colder months (and geez, have they been cold). So let's jump right in so you don’t have to tackle another moment of winter without these items.
The blanket stroller clips that you’ll be grateful to have. These babies aid in protecting your little one from elements by securing any blanket to various parts of the stroller or infant car seat. That way baby is covered and you aren’t chasing flyaway swaddles. And these stroller clips will not snag the fabric like your standard makeshift stroller clips (i.e. hair, office, etc.).
This is one of those things you most likely have seen or heard of and can’t quite wrap your head around it. YES, you are technically sucking your baby’s boogers from their nose with your mouth but NO, it is not gross or unsanitary. This nasal aspirator is an easy and safe way to relieve little stuffy noses and uses disposable filters proven to prevent transfer of mucus or germs. The image may be jarring but the product is great so trust the hype and try it out.
3. Boogie Wipes
Most of us will grab a tissue or a baby wipe to clean pesky boogies but once you’ve tried a boogie wipe, you’ll see superiority of these wipes. With natural saline that helps dissolve snot and aloe, chamomile, and vitamin E that soothes, these hypoallergenic wipes are a runny nose’s worst enemy and mommy’s best friend.
This one is for mom and baby (I got you covered mamas – literally!). This genius product will keep you warm and stylish in your own jacket throughout your pregnancy and beyond. No need to purchase a maternity coat. Keep your bump or baby toasty with the extension and for added warmth, add the stay warm insert.
When medicines are a no no, this simple household item is really the only thing that will help give your baby a little relief when they have a cold. Check out this list of top rated ones (all baby approved!).
I hope this has shed a little light (or much needed heat) on what products will help you fight the winter blues for your babe and you.