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Finding a sippy cup that best fits the occasion and your childs needs simultaneously can be tough. Philips AVENT toddler cups are designed to fit your child’s ability starting with spouts, then, straws, and finally natural lids.
Recently, Philips AVENT teamed up with Scholastic books to write a book that showcases their new line of toddler cups. In the book, “Sip, Sip, Hooray” all of the children’s cups mysteriously disappear as Mrs. Sippopotamus searches for the perfect cup for her baby hippo. The book is a perfect toddler bedtime story. It is very colorful and engaging. This short story kept my little girl asking, “what happened?” as the story progressed. [Read more…]
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Perfection is here! Get a closer shave every time with the Philips Norelco 9700 shaver. It’s their most advanced shaving system yet! Dads can use it wet or dry for the perfect shave.
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We are long time fans of Philips Sonicare. So much so that all four of us use the brand exclusively. Earlier this year I shared our experience with the Philips Sonicare For Kids Power Toothbrush. This child-friendly toothbrush includes 8 cool stickers for customizing. It’s also 75% more effective than a manual toothbrush in hard to reach places. There’s a fantastic infographic about kids and toothbrushing stats included in that review, so I definitely recommend checking it out. Last year Nate made the switch to Philips Sonicare Power Up toothbrush as well. [Read more…]
Based on a survey completed by parents, most children between the ages of 3 and 12 need supervision when brushing their teeth. According to the infographic below nearly 94% of parents feel confident with their child’s toothbrushing skills when supervised, however the number drops to 68% when the child brushes alone.