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Cari2447928 Cari2447928 4 years
Also, belly bandit?!? After 6 weeks of breast feeding my belly shrank anyway, don't think I'd feel comfortable in a compression belt; wouldnt need the Windy product if my stomach was being pushed on all day either lol
Cari2447928 Cari2447928 4 years
Foam bathtub, bad idea. We had an anti-bac, anti-fungal foam insert for Baby bathtub and it lasted 3 mos before it felt oily and looked worse for wear. Ours isn't cost $98 though (That's mad!)
Liz2447419 Liz2447419 4 years
My sister used the Nosefrida with her youngest, and watching as a non-mom, it was probably the grosses thing I've ever seen her do.  But it sure was effective!  Entering mom-phase, I think I can get over the ick factor (it's not REALLY gross, it just looks gross...the snot blockers are effective!).
Laura2433756 Laura2433756 4 years
Sooo, wait- if the Windi does for gas, "What the Nosefrida did for stuffed baby noses..." does that imply you are to SUCK the gas out of the baby's bottom??  It doesn't say HOW that one works... Does it just pop open the relief valve or what?  It may LOOK a little like a tampon, but more importantly, it seems potentially dangerous!  What IS it? :oP  
miss-leanne miss-leanne 4 years
That spoon saved me from sooo many messes. It's a must-have!
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