Buzzfeed Listed Indispensable and Inexpensive Products For Parents That Will Make Grandparents Lives Easier Too So Buy For Their Home Too

This Grandma has become a Buzzfeed fan.  I first saw the car seat opener, that is incredible and even easy for a mechanically challenged grandma like me to use, in a Buzzfeed article.  When you look at “36 Toddler Products That’ll Make You Think, “Wow, I Could Really Use This In My Life.””  you will see so many products that would be useful for grandparents to also have in their home.  I agree with the title, and many of the items are not just for toddlers.  Consider purchasing a few of more of these products for the grandparents’ house as a holiday gift.  If grandparents can use an item for a grandchild when visiting it is a valued present for the grandparent.  Also, grandparents, consider buying some for the parents of your grandchildren, especially, the car seat opener for those parents with long nails!

BuzzFeed, Inc. is a digital media company, providing the public with recommendations of the best of the Internet.  Buzzfeed gives great recommendations.  On their website they say:

“ Some may have been sent as samples, but all were independently selected by our editors. Just FYI, BuzzFeed and its publishing partners may collect a share of sales and/or other compensation from the links on this page.”

The following are the products of the 36, I recommend you definitely want to have if you are the parent of a toddler, and want to have at the grandparents’ house, that I have purchased and have at my house or given to the grandchildren as gifts. I have given some of these to grandma friends.  Not only will grandparents appreciate these products for their house, you will be happy they have them when the grandchildren visit. Don’t stop at these; look at all the 36 and I bet you get more of them than this Grandma owns. Click on the links on their website.                                                                                                                        

These are this Grandma’s favorites of the 36 recommendations.


iHealth No-Touch Forehead Thermometer, Digital Infrared Thermometer for Adults and Kids.  It has a built-in sensor that measures in seconds, and you can take their temperature while they’re sleeping.


Band-Aid Brand First Aid Hurt-Free Antiseptic Wash 6 Ounce (package of 2)


BUG BITE THING Suction Tool, Poison Remover – Bug Bites and Bee/Wasp Stings, Natural Insect Bite Relief, Chemical Free – White/Single.  This sucks out all kinds of bug bites, instantly relieving itching and swelling, so your grandchildren aren’t left scratching. I recently used it on my sixteen year old granddaughter, and take it when I travel. 


iLove 2 step stool for kids and toddlers. A sturdy stepstool that has grips on its surfaces and slip resistant rubber feet. 


Beautiful Placemats for Kids – Set of 4 Educational Non Slip Placemats are Easy to Clean – Motivate Kids to Learn While They Eat.  Includes ABCs, 123s, shapes, and colors.


Crave Naturals Glide Thru Detangling Hair Brush for Adults & Kids Hair – Detangler Brush for Natural, Curly, Straight, Wet or Dry Hair – Hairbrush for Men & Women – Choice of Pink or Turquoise or a package of two. 


Grandma’s Secret Spot Remover – Chlorine, Bleach and Toxin-Free Stain Remover – Stain Remover for Clothes – Fabric Stain Remover Removes Oil, Paint, Blood and Pet Stains.


 Munchkin Snack Catcher, 2 Pack, Blue/Green.  This Grandma loves these. 


Contigo Spill-Proof Kids Tritan Straw Tumbler, 14 Oz.


These help you make your own Smuckers Uncrustables copycats at home. SAVOYCHEF Sandwich Cutter and Sealer – Decruster Sandwich Maker – Cut and Seal – Great for Lunchbox and Bento Box – Boys and Girls Kids Lunch – Sandwich Cutters for Kids. 


I bought this as a holiday gift for my grandsons on the Etsy website on the Buzzfeed link.  They loved it for their superhero selves.

Now, that this Grandma has introduced you to Buzzfeed, take a look for yourself. You also will be a convert.



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