Congratulations on your purchase of the NozeBot! Get ready to kiss all of your little one's snot problems good-bye. While you are busy doing the happy dance, we want to make sure that you are prepared to introduce your new device to your little one.
How to Introduce The NozeBot to Your Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler: The Complete Guide
We promise not to leave you hanging! Click on the different sections below for our full guides featuring both doctor and parent- approved tips to introduce your new NozeBot to your baby, toddler, and preschooler!
How to Introduce the NozeBot to Your Baby
If you have a baby at home, you’re probably wondering about introducing your new device to your little one, so we want to walk you through our best practices to make sure that it’s an enjoyable experience for both you and your baby.
How To Introduce The NozeBot To Your Toddler
Toddlers, or littles ones ages 1-2 years according to the CDC, are hitting developmental milestones such as walking, waving, and showing more independence each day. They are also learning through imitating others behaviors, especially whenever it comes to the adults and older children in their lives. If you toddler has an older sibling at home, encourage them to become a part of their younger brother or sister’s first introduction to the NozeBot, they will make it so much more fun!
How To Introduce The NozeBot To Your Preschooler
According to the CDC, the preschool age group ranges from 3-5 years and exploring the world around them is one of their favorite things to do! Reading, playing with friends, basic chores, and letting your kiddos start to make simple choices for themselves are great things to spend time on them with.
Like the toddler age group, preschoolers are still very curious, so leading with safety whenever introducing them to anything new, bringing them to a new place, or sharing a new experience is key ...which brings us to the NozeBot!
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A clear nose means better sleep.
The Nozebot is a battery-powered suction device designed to clear nasal congestion in babies and children.