Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Philips Avent and I received Compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.
As if on a schedule, Saskatoon got its first real snowfall late in the evening on October 31, as we were heading home from a night of trick-or-treating. And while I’m excited about Baby Cormac experiencing his first winter, I’m also worried about him experiencing his first winter colds!
In fact, he’s had a bit of a stuffy nose the last few days and I’ve been carefully watching to see if his congestion gets worse or if he develops a cough or fever. That’s why I’m so grateful to have the Philips Avent Smart Ear Thermometer in the house!
This thermometer is so easy to use, even on a small squirmy baby. Since it accurately records temperature in just two seconds, I only need a moment to see if Cormac is running a fever or doing just fine. I also like that the thermometer provides temperature in either Celsius or Fahrenheit, since I have an easier time remembering normal body temperature in Celsius.
But my favourite feature of the Philips Avent Smart Ear Thermometer is its Bluetooth capability that lets me connect it to the free Philips uGrow app on my phone! Once connected, I’m able to record and track my baby’s temperature to help me monitor his health. (Handy tip, if the thermometer isn’t connecting through the app, try opening the Bluetooth settings on your phone and searching from there.)
I also use the uGrow app for recording other milestones, including my baby’s’ height and weight, his sleep patterns and even the amount of milk I’m pumping at different times of the day. It’s a handy all-in-one app for both tracking and monitoring Cormac’s growth.
Have a new baby in the house? Philips has a fabulous giveaway that you won’t want to miss! One lucky reader is going to win a Philips Avent Natural Essentials prize pack containing two 4oz Natural Bottles, two 9oz Natural Bottles, a microwave sterilizer, two soothing pacifiers and a bottle brush, an $88 value! Please note that this giveaway may appear on other blogs, and that your information is being collected by Philips Avent and not by Mommy Kat and Kids.
While I’m obviously happy to have this thermometer for my new baby, the truth is that it’s just as useful for my other two boys as well. It’s quick and easy to use, and even comes with a handy chart that lets me know the average body temperature for different ages.
If you don’t currently have a thermometer in the house, now is the perfect time to pick up the Philips Avent Smart Ear Thermometer. The quick readings, accuracy and ability to track your baby’s temperature through the app will help you ensure that your little one makes it through the winter feeling his best!
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53 thoughts on “Track Baby’s Health with the Philips Avent Smart Ear Thermometer-Giveaway”
No, the women in my family are extreme milk producers and we never used a pump.
I had to use a pump after my first son was born and had to be in the NICU , then for my other two it was easier to pump and feed them.
I did not use a breast pump.
I did use a breast pump a lot with my first born (he was a preemie and had a feeding tube for the first few weeks) so all had to be pumped if I wanted him to have breast milk, I did continue pumping after he was out of hospital as he was extremely fussy. I didn’t really pump with my second and my 3rd and 4th I only pumped when necessary.
I onl;y used a breast pump a few times as I couldn’t see to get the hang of it.
I did pump with both of my girls. the pump wasn’t that great and it was hard to get milk out but i managed
Yes I did, however I found hand pumps didn’t work well and then had a colossal electric pump (mind you this was 40 years ago) which did work. It helped to increase my milk supply and was especially useful when I had a mastitis.
I am currently pregnant with my first and plan on breastfeeding and using a pump to help aid in the process.
No never had a pump
No pumps here.