Nûby™ Medical Kit Review

No Mom ever wants to need a medical kit or medicine but it’s just one of those things you need on hand when the time comes. P wasn’t sick a single day until he started daycare a few months ago. Since then, he has had an ongoing cold/runny nose, ear infection and a nasty 24 hour bug. Yesterday however, he started a fever that didn’t seem to go away and reached 104.4. I wanted to rule anything serious out so we took a trip to the local ER where he was given the clear and instructions to alternate Motrin & Tylenol.

While I wish I didn’t need it, I am sure glad I had gotten the Nûby™ Medical Kit a few weeks ago to review. Normally I would share a ton of photos with P demonstrating the product we are reviewing however, my time was needed tending to my poor little one and not behind a camera, I am sure you understand 🙂 I did take a quick photo while we waited in the ER to send to Rob who was really worried :/

I remember before P was born being a little overwhelmed with all of the medicines, delivery methods and gadgets you could buy. At the end of the day, this kit has the necessities and available on Amazon for only $12.99. 
The Medi•Nurser™ is great when giving medicine to an infant. With a silicone nipple, it’s a little easier and quicker to administer the medicine. 
Nûby™  included the perfect size nail clippers for tiny fingers but still easy for adults to use. 
The Sure-Dose™ Medicine spoon allows you to measure teaspoons and milliliters accurately. Designed for a child to hold, it’s the perfect delivery method during that phase of wanting to do everything themselves. 
The Sure-Dose™ Medicine Dropper is great for those late nights when you are sleep deprived and trying to give you child medication. I love that you can extract medicine from small bottles with no mess and either use directly to deliver the medicine or put into the Medi•Nurser™.
We are still using a rectal thermometer when P is running a fever but I am glad we have the Nûby™ digital thermometer for when the time comes.


1 Comment

  1. Shannon Stubbs November 24, 2013 at 4:51 am

    Poor little guy:( That is so hard when the kids are sick and obviously miserable. I hope all is well now. This reminds me, I really need a new thermometer. I have a few, but they never seem to work when I need them.

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