Theresa B.

Helpful votes received on reviews: 54% (7 of 13)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 394,339 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 13
Masione Baby Girl Shoes with Cute Pink Floral Bow Masione
Now 10 months old, my daughter has out grown these shoes but I bought them when she was 6 months.
I found them to be a tiny bit wider and therefore roomier than other baby shoes which is something I appreciated because it made it easier to fit them on my baby's feet without feeling as if I may be squashing her delicate little toes.
They're very soft and have a lovely pattern which matched many of my daughter's clothes due to the soft colours in the floral mix.

I was happy with them, would recommend them and would also buy another pair if they did them in larger sizes.
Summer Infant Nasal Aspirator (Green) by Summer Infant
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars DOESN'T WORK!, 26 Feb 2014
I bought this while pregnant in order to "be prepared" for future use as I had something similar I used for my first child.

My little one is now 9 months old and has unfortunately picked up a cold with her nose running like a tap, exacerbated by sneezing.
Armed with this summer infant nasal aspirator to appease the drip and avoid wiping her delicate skin CONSTANTLY of snot, I set about using it... to no avail.
I've tried every so often throughout the day using different approaches. Unfortunately it's rubbish and doesn't aspirate ANYTHING and costed more than the similar product I used to use on my first child.
DIGIFLEX 3 Port HDMI 1080p Auto switch Splitter Hu&hellip by Digiflex
After reading a good chunk of mixed reviews on and off undecided over 3 days, I breath a sigh of relief that it works just fine for me.
I use it to connect my virgin media box and playstation 3 to the HD TV whilst my media player uses the second HDMI socket in my TV.
In all honesty I haven't bothered to work out how to make use of its intuitiveness as I am simply grateful to no longer have to switch the leads from socket to socket sticking my hand behind the equipment, turning it or sliding it out, fiddling about and possibly eventually causing a short in the cable with dragging it out when I can't be bothered to contort my back, neck and wrist and squeeze my fingers to grip the… Read more