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Baby Comfy Nose Aspirator Review and More...

I am very impressed by this product. I have a 7 month old baby boy and when he gets a stuffy nose I feel just horrible. I have tried those little bulbs that you squeeze and its supposed to suck the snot out, those really just irritate my little guy because they don't have an extended sucking period. Its just a quick burst of suction and you have to do it over and over. Not my idea of a good time. Then there is another I tried by another company which  makes a product that is similar to this one but the tip of the aspirator that you put in babies nose is really small and not very soft, and then the filters are small disks that you need to buy over and over unless you want to digest your babies infected snot... um yuck.

 So the BabyComfyNose is actually way up there in performance! The tip that you place in baby's nostril is the correct size and super comfy and you use tightly wadded tissue as a filter so you don't need to spend money on more replacement filters. Not only that but the BabyComfyNose aspirator comes with an awesome mesh storage pouch so your sure to have a clean dry aspirator after each use and still be able to put it away. Overall this product is amazing, with just the simplest and most necessary changes and additions it blows competitors out of the water. I highly recommend you check out for a video demonstration of the better snot sucker!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

I recently read a post online about being able to stretch one of those rotisserie chickens into more then one meal so I am going to try and do the same. I spent 12.00 all together on a chicken, breadsticks, and 2 deli salads and my grandma stopped by yesterday with some fresh peas and cucumbers so I am going to see how far I can stretch just those ingredients. Tonight we had the basic meal, chicken, breadsticks, salad, and peas. I will share my next meal from this list of ingredients tomorrow. 

As well I believe it is time for a garden status update. I have tomatoes, strawberries, lettuce, corn, peppers, cucumbers, dill, parsley, and basil. My cucumbers and peppers have been attacked by some little pests so they aren't doing well but the rest looks great! I just harvested some lettuce to help stretch my chicken meals. 

I also took a hand at making my own baby food. I ran out of my little jars I had gotten when my baby was born and I tried doing my own carrots... It is so easy and fun I am going to keep it up. All I did was boil some baby carrots, strain them and throw them in the blander with a little formula to help loosen it a bit. and then put it in ice cube trays. I served my boy what was left in the blender after I filled my trays and he devoured the whole bowl! So now I have some carrots made and all I need to do is take a cube or two out when I need them and pop them in the microwave. Easy as pie! What a funky and frugal day! :) 


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