Baby Bird just got over an almost two week long cold. It started out with the cough, then for the past week straight all we dealt with was SNOT, SNOT, SNOT! The toughest part was watching it (the snot) sitting right there, just out of our reach – taunting us.
And right now, Baby Bird is 20 months old. Her idea of ‘blowing her nose’ is leaning into the tissue and making farting noises with her mouth. Cute to watch, but doesn’t help the situation at all! Especially when she is trying to sleep. Stuffy noses usually mean middle of the night wake-ups, and those are not fun for anyone.
hydraSense is the leading brand in saline solutions for the whole family and they now have a new, unique aspirator to help your little one when faced with a stuffy nose. The hydraSense® Nasal Aspirator and its filters were developed with pediatricians and it is a gentle and safe way to relieve your baby’s nasal congestion quickly and effectively. Check out this short video to see how the hydraSense® Nasal Aspirator is different than the regular aspirators out there.
Unlike squeezable nasal aspirators, the hydraSense® Nasal Aspirator allows you to control the strength of the suction with your aspiration. The aspirator is attached to a tube and you suck the excess mucus out yourself, thus controlling the strength. And don’t worry, it is designed so that no ‘snot’ will make it into the tube, or into your mouth.
And we all know how much I love coupons. You can sign up for their Dolphins Club to by April 10, 2010 and get a coupon to try it yourself at $8 off. Once you sign up and log back into your account, you can enter the code MC2010 under the online coupons tab, in order to get an $8 off coupon to be used towards the purchase of the hydraSense® Nasal Aspirator (Coupon itself expires December 31, 2010). You must sign up by April 10 though to get the coupon.
And yes, Baby Bird is feeling much better now and her cold (and snotty nose) has passed – finally!
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Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.