Seamless switch to battery power. Portable for travel.
Magnet for kids to play with.
This one has been our favorite sound machine and have bought more than one. We had a power outage with our first baby while she slept at night and the sound machine automatically switched from AC to battery power, so that got us hooked. We have had Duracell batteries explode in one, so that was only usable when plugged in. Maybe the Eneloops would have fared better.
If the sound cuts out for no reason, it may not be broken. The kids may press the timer button when you aren’t looking. Just turn it off and back on.
If you keep batteries in it, check them periodically.
No scent. Doesn’t need much for cleaning. Plant-based. Nozzle turns to lock.
Mishandling the cap can stop the foaming action. Using too much will make lots of bubbles.
This is our go-to dish soap for bottles, kid utensils, you name it. It has no scent, doesn’t irritate my skin, but gets the job done. We actually use it to wash the kids' hands sometimes.
Buy the large refill bottles and don’t put in too much unless you want to see nothing but bubbles while you search for the Foogo straw.
Pour the liquid into a small container when you have to travel with bottles, utensils, etc.
Good flow. Easy to drink from. Well insulated. Durable.
Potential leak if the straw isn’t pushed in all the way. May be hard to one-hand grip with smaller hands.
Hands down this is has been our favorite water bottle. Both girls love using it and will fight over the same one, though we’ve bought three so far. My nephew has one, too. It has survived many drops and the flip cap is easy to snap back in.
When reassembling it, be sure to push the straw in all of the way. Otherwise, the straw will start to bend as you tighten the top and may break the seal, causing a leak.
Day care used to put a rubber band around the stainless steel, which made it easier to grip for our baby/toddler.
Stay tuned for product reviews! Although these are supposed to be 1-minute reviews, there are so many products that I need to work out an effective plan on how to best categorize them.