Brush brush brush! It’s a never ending story in our house. Recently we took our son to the dentist for a black spot on his tooth. We were pretty sure he had just bumped it but looking online there was a chance that it could be abscessed so better safe than sorry! We were right. Nothing to worry about however, the dentist said it happens often to kids whose mouths are crowded like his. He said it’s imperative he starts brushing and flossing twice a day. I have been trying to find creative ways to keep him interested in brushing and me4kids has been a nice solution.
I received the smile buddy kit and my son was quite excited to open it. He was tickled to see a timer and a toothbrush with suction cups. He immediately wanted to go into the bathtub and start sticking it to the wall like he does with his tiny duck bath mats. I was also interested to see flossers for kids in the kit. They had Buzz and Woody from toy story on the package so of course he liked them. The kit also contained Crest toothpaste and stickers all in a reusable carrying case.
We also received the nail buddy kit for my daughter. She loved the cat on the front and kept looking for our cat Snoogens which was amusing. The kit contained two nail files that are kid friendly but she was too small to use them on, two nail polishes, and a nail brush. I love the nail brush for both the kids since they play in the sand a lot so it comes in very handy. It also had a nail buffer and two appliqués for her nails that were self stick. I applied the nail polish to her toes in alternating colors at least I tried to! She was very squirmy but enjoyed the appliqués on her toes. Now she likes to put stickers on her feet all the time!
You can buy different me4kidz kits at Target and BabiesRUs or online including the medibuddy and the diaperbag buddy. Prices range from $3.95 for the little buddy wipes to $14.95 for the medibag.