What if Baby Necessities could be Practical and Environmentally Luxurious?

Omni Bath Visor

baby using visor in the bathtub

The Omni Bath Visor is your child’s best bath time solution! Stressful and tearful bathing experience for babies and young children will no longer be parents’ concerns. It’s simple and effective to use. The Omni Bath Visor is designed to fit onto your child’s head comfortably with stability. The Omni Bath Visor will help preventing water from flowing into your child’s facial area, and create a tear-free experience. This advanced expandability allows for the most comfortable fit, while being completely leak-proof! Each Omni Bath Visor is durable, and long lasting. Our recommended minimum age to start using the Omni Bath Visor is 9 months old (with roughly 17.6 inches on average in head circumference). No need to worry about your child outgrowing the Omni Bath Visor, as it will even fit on adults. 

 

Your child’s safety is our priority. The Omni Bath Visor will help to keep your child safe from the risks of Water Phobia, Ear Infections, and Dry drowning/Secondary drowning. The Omni Bath Visor is endorsed by Dr. Ben Cohen MD, Pediatrics by the Sea, located in Delray Beach, Florida, and Steel City South Pediatrics, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

 

Additional benefits are that the Omni Bath Visor can be used to help your child adjusting from bathing to showering, and to also assist your child when washing their own hair! Being carefully crafted with environmentally friendly materials, the Omni Bath Visor not only strives to make bath time fun, but to also be environmentally responsible to our world’s ecosystem. The Omni Bath Visor will be your child’s new bath time companion that will create a safe, and enjoyable bath experience!

 

For more information, visit https://www.walnuttreeinfantlove.com/ 

Or contact Pediatrics By The Sea at (561) 272-8991

 

What You Should Know With The Sudden Rise In Cases Of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

Hand, Foot, and mouthJust the name of this viral infection is scary enough for parents of young children to be concerned. For the most part, though, it is not usually dangerous. All the same, there are certain facts you should know with the sudden rise in cases of hand, foot, and mouth disease to protect your family. Children five and younger are at the highest risk, but teens and adults can also be susceptible.

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What Your Kids Need to Know About Poisonous Plants

Poison IvySummer is a season filled with outdoor activities for children. Whether your child is headed to a summer camp, or is simply playing in your backyard, it is always good for them to know the hallmark characteristics of common poisonous plants such as poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.

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Is Your Kid Too Busy?

Happy mom and child What are you thinking right now? All sorts of guilty thoughts could be running through your mind as you consider this question.

“I want them to have what I never did,” could be one defensive but reassuring thought. Or “am I piling on too much stress,” could be the doubting-my-parenting skills reaction.

The honest answer is: It depends.

Let’s look at this topic from several sides and then you can decide if your kid is too busy.

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How To Speak To Your Child About Weight And Bullying

Unhappy GirlSpeaking to your child about weight and bullying is difficult enough without the mixed messages they see everywhere.  Parents are forced to compete with the countless media messages in our culture about weight and bullying. You can counteract this by always striving to model respect.

Consider what you say to your children and what you say about others.  

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January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month

Baby's hand in mothersOne in 33 babies are affected by a birth defect each year, though most are not known until after the baby and mother leave the hospital. While some defects such as cleft lip or spina bifida can be diagnosed during pregnancy, most go unnoticed as they may not affect the outward appearance of a baby or show little to no symptoms at first.

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