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O Snotsucker. . . How I Love Thee

nosefrida.jpgI’m excited to let all you moms with little ones who can’t blow their noses know that I’ve found the perfect product to help your kiddos breath when they have runny noses.  Thanks to a dear friend who introduced us to NoseFrida, also known as the “Snotsucker.”   In our family, we prefer the term snotsucker.  What is a NoseFrida anyway?  It just doesn’t ring with our goofy bunch.  The Snotsucker!  Now, that’s a name that sticks!

So, what exactly is it?  It’s an expensive and simple little device ($16.99 at our local Whole Foods Store) that helps you suck (not beat) the snot out of your kid.  You simply put the tip of the tube at your child’s nostril, and you use your mouth to suck the snot out.  Yes, it truly sounds gross and it is gross.  BUT!  It works wonders and my child doesn’t cry when I aspirate her.  No, your child’s snot won’t end up in your mouth.  There’s a little foam filter that prevents you from inhaling your child’s snot.

When we had our first baby, the hospital sent us home with a bulb syringe.  Being new parents we had no idea what a bulb syringe does except to squirt water for fun.  When our child got his first cold and had constant runny nose, we discovered the wonders of the bulb syringe.  Soon enough we discovered a downside.  Whenever we bust out the bulb syringe, the baby cried like there’s no tomorrow.  The more he cried, the more worked up he got, and the more snot he got.  That was a bad cycle.  Well, with the Snotsucker our child doesn’t freak out anymore.  I can just suck the snot out while she stands.  I no longer have to manhandle the child to get her to cooperate.  Whooo hooo. . . Yes, the Snotsucker!  We love it.

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  1. Petrie Montgomery says

    Nope. Just cannot do it. Sorry, Lois. I think I’m the one who’d start crying and making snot when that thing comes out of the cabinet. Foam filter or not, it’s mind over matter…and my mind wins. Ick.

    And by the way, we use the term “snotsucker”, too.

    Hugs,
    Petrie

  2. DeAnn says

    Yeah! Kalina says “NoseFrida” when she has a runny nose! She loves it! So do we!

  3. Violin Mom says

    Oh… I don’t miss those days!

    Violin Mom in FLA
    http://violinkids.blogspot.com

    p.s. we called it a snotsucker, too.

  4. Vikki says

    Oh what a hoot!!! hee hee! This post made me laugh so hard, I almost cried. The only thing that kept me from crying was the fear that my nose would run, and someone might coming running over to me, waving a snot sucker in the air! 🙂

  5. Lois says

    Truly the Snotsucker is not for the faint of heart!

  6. Mary Beth says

    Well, Lois. You know me well. And you may be surprised by my response . . . ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! ack! no way Jose! nu-uh. O that is sick!

    I have now passed out, since I am faint of heart. *Collapse*



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