There are so many unknowns when you have a baby.
Why are they always crying? Are they hungry? Do they have wind? Are they swaddled tight enough? Are they too hot? Or too cold? Are they sick?
I’ve been really struggling with Fox being fussy. Finding the right swaddle that keeps Mr Houdini’s arms in tightly but also keeps him cool.
This weather has been relentless and juggling the air con and his hissy fits from being over tired not to mention the growth spurts. Has caused a lot of unknown and anxiety for both Benji and I.
After a few days of Fox being really restless we started to think maybe something was wrong. So we thought it best to take his temp. We had charged and set up the Nurofen for Children FeverSmart Temperature Monitor and placed it easily under his arm. He didn’t have a temp. Thank goodness. But one day he will and with the help of the Fever smart app I can track it to make sure it doesn’t get dangerous.
Setting up the app was a breeze. It connects to the monitor and feeds you all the information right to your phone.
It sends push alerts which I love as it interrupts whatever you are doing on your phone. The flexible thin monitor doesn’t interrupt bubs sleep or irritate them.
It’s the ideal monitor to have on hand if you had a sick or teething bub. Or if you’re like me and just need it to make sure there isn’t anything wrong.
This post is sponsored by Nurofen for Children. All non-Nurofen information is the opinion of the author. Always read the label. Use only as directed. If you are concerned about your child’s fever see your doctor. Nurofen FeverSmart is accurate within +0.2°C with correct usage. Environmental factors & child’s position may result in greater variance.