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    Thermee Non-Contact Digital Forehead Thermometer Review by a Young Mom

Thermee Non-Contact Digital Forehead Thermometer Review by a Young Mom

Want to learn if your child is sick?

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  • This story has a happy ending — a darling 9-month boy! But I have to say, he was a long time in coming! My husband and I ‘tried’ for almost two years before we hit it lucky. It was an anxious time. If you’ve been there, you know what I mean. In the end, what eventually worked for us was the good old-fashioned basal temperature routine. The would-be mom takes and charts hermorning temperatures. It helps predict the most fertile times.


  • I wanted a thermometer that would record temperatures for me, –something fool-proof.  I’m not at my best before morning coffee, and the temp has to be taken before you get out of bed.I looked for thermometers online and –asany would-be mom would do! – I wound up looking at baby thermometers. I chose theThermee, a non-contact forehead thermometer put out by Ginger Hill Creations. It’s meant for children and adults. I liked the idea that I could buy a thermometer to help me conceive, and could use it for the baby later on. How’s that for positive thinking?


  • The Thermee stores temperature readings for you. I just ran the Thermee over my forehead and saved the reading. Later on, my coffee cup in hand, I could check to see if it was “the day!” Eventually, we figured out “the perfect day” and our son […]

Non-Contact Digital Forehead Thermometer

What are the uses of a non-contact Digital Forehead Thermometer?

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When a family member is sick, one of the first steps is to check for fever. However,thermometers vary in accuracy, speed, and convenience. To combine all three, check out the non-contact digital thermometer. It stores a range of temperatures for each person, so illnesses can be tracked over time. And because it never touches a sick person’s skin, there’s little risk of spreading disease.


These are the top uses for a non-contact digital forehead thermometer.

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  1. Catch the early warning signs of illness. Chickenpox can cause a fever before the rash develops. If a child has been exposed to chickenpox, scarlet fever, or roseola, run a quick scan across the forehead with a non-contact digital thermometer. Repeat this every day until the incubation period has passed. If a fever is detected, the illness can be treated immediately.


  1. Prevent illness in the elderly. Symptoms are often mild in elderly people, even for a major illness. A small cough can be a sign of pneumonia. A fever can be anything over 100°F. By keeping a digital record of daily temperatures, caretakers can detect signs of illness before it’s critical. Just store the temperature in a different memory mode for person.


  1. Decide whether to call a doctor. Just track the fever over a day or two and store the results in a non-contact forehead thermometer. If the fever is too high, or lasts too long, you’ll know to contact medical help.


  1. Protect those with a depressed immune system. […]

The Back Seat Mirror

Want to Drive in Peace?

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Parents have enough to worry about with their kids, much less having to constantly referee them in the back seat of a moving vehicle. This is not only stressful, but it can lead to the distraction of the driver, which could cause a dangerous accident. If you want an easy, practical and affordable solution to finally having peace in your car, then read on to discover the newest invention.

The Back Seat Mirror

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The Back Seat Mirror is a so simple you are going to wish you came up with the concept yourself. This handy device is an extra large, convex mirror that comes with durable straps, a swivel ball and is stylish to boot. To install the Back Seat Mirror all you have to do is affix it to the headrest of the back seat and position the swivel ball until you have a direct view of the mirror in your rear view mirror. That’s it! With this mirror in place you are well on your way to keeping the peace in the back seat of your car.

Let the “Looking” Begin

If you have children or pets, the Back Seat Mirror will be more than just handy, it can save a lot of hassles and squabbles that tend to arise when kids get bored or cranky. By having this “spying device” in place you can easily monitor the back seat without turning around. Think of the freedom (and peace and quiet) you will experience when your kids know you can check on their every move.

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The Back Seat Mirror is also a must-have when you are travelling with […]

Get a Kick Out of Soccer

Our Kids Video Book About Soccer

Interesting Music Video Book For Kids About Soccer

All About Soccer

children's Book About SoccerSoccer is a favorite sport of many kids and adults. It is played by over 250 million players in over 200 countries, making it the most popular game in the world. This is perhaps because all you really need is a ball and a group of players.

No one really knows how far back soccer goes, as many places and time periods had games involving kicking a ball. However, in the 19th century a set of rules were emerging to distinguish soccer from other ball-kicking sports.

two young soccer players running to the soccer ballSoccer is also known as “football” in some regions. Officially, it takes eleven players on two teams, with a rectangular field and two goals to play a proper game of soccer. Any part of the player’s body may touch the ball, except the hands – only the goalie is allowed to use their hands. Players have become quite skilled at re-routing, passing and deflecting the ball with their head, feet, knees and chest regions.

Soccer Team Together and Ready to take A PictureAs we mentioned […]

“S” is for Snake

Our Kids Video Book About Snakes

Interesting Music Video Book For Kids About Snakes

All About Snakes

Children's Book About SnakesThere are around 2,900 species of snake sharing the planet with us. For those of you that are afraid or dislike snakes, that’s probably about 2,900 too many. But if it’s any consolation to you, only about 375 of these species are venomous. The trouble with snakes, aside from their slithery bodies and forked tongues, are they can be anywhere. Snakes can live on the ground, in the trees and even in water.

Portrait of a Black MambaA snake is not slimey (even though it appears to be) but it does have scales. The scaly skin on its belly helps the snake grasp the ground (or tree) and propels it forward. As they grow they will shed their old skin. This is something like us taking off a sock, the snake crawls out of the old one and in doing so turns it inside out. Sometimes you will find the discarded skin of a snake on the ground or nearby logs.

These reptiles are found all over the world, except in the extreme cold climates. They are cold-blooded so they need to use the sun and heated rocks to keep themselves from freezing to death.