I’ve never been crazy about the baby talk… at least it hasn’t been a concern of mine.
I thought about it many times, but I never had the immediate desire to procreate. It wasn’t until about a year ago that I decided that I wanted to have my first baby when I turn 41.
As I dismiss the topic, I recently came across the news that one of my childhood best friends is having her first baby; and all of the sudden, this topic has become a priority in my life.
Now, I spend most of the time thinking about my best friend, her growing baby bump, and her needs. It’s weird to think how much love and care you could have for a baby that isn’t even yours! I can’t resist to imagine how intense of a love it must be to be a mom!
As I try to make a positive impact in my friend’s new role as a mom, I started thinking of different products or baby items that will be helpful for her. Sadly, I won’t be able to go to her baby shower, so I decided to get her some must-haves ahead of time.
I got her a couple of presents, one of those being an infrared digital thermometer by ReliefCare. Babies are vulnerable and exposed to all sorts of triggers, so I wanted to gift her with something that would be useful in keeping track of her baby’s health.
What I really liked about this thermometer is that it isn’t basic – instead, it provides a variety of functions and reading modes that are useful in keeping track of your baby’s temperature.
For example, ReliefCare has a forehead and ear mode, which is great depending on your individual needs. If you happen to forget the last temperature reading or if you just need to keep track of your baby’s temperature, this thermometer actually tracks the temperature of your baby and even recalls the last 25 readings! It also has infrared technology, which allows you to track your baby’s temperature from a distance – which is great, especially if your baby is hyper. This thermometer also has a a bi-color LCD display, which allows for easy reading.
This was a fantastic find and I think you should check it out!