I got 2 of these. 1 for DD and 1 for DS. They attach to their sippy and then whatever else they are sitting in, whether it be the stroller, chair at the restaurant, or the airplane seat. Everytime they threw their sippy, I didnt have to fetch it. They just pulled it up from the tether.
This ranks up there as one of the best inventions ever for parents on the go....lol. With that tether, and their inflatable booster seats at restaurants, they are perfectly happy and quiet.View Thread
Seems like once a month DS has been getting diarrhea, leading to a BAD diaper rash. I stopped milk, fed brat diet, a TON of cheese, then I looked to DD, who has been constipated all of her life. What makes her constipated? FRUIT SNACKS/GUMMY BEARS.
I tried giving DS fruit snacks and gummy bears and it instantly firmed up his stools helping with the rash, so if you are also having troubles with diarrhea and rashes, but dont want to use meds, try cutting up some gummy bears or fuit snacks. They've worked seveal times for us!View Thread
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