Giveaway: Boon Flair Pedestal High Chair #baby #toddler #feeding #pishposhflair


At the request of fans, PishPoshBaby is now allowing fans to upload a picture of a messy baby or tot in a high chair, instead of reposting this picture daily. Keep reading for the details….

PishPoshBaby is hosting another giveaway! How awesome is that? You could win a Boon Flair Pedestal High Chair valued at more than $200.

This high-chair has a soft, waterproof pad that can be removed for easy cleaning. Safety features include a five-point harness and restraining post. The pedestal base is sturdy and slides smoothly under tables. The chair will glide in any direction, and the hands-free braking system allows you to easily lock the chair in place. The sophisticated pneumatic lift system makes it easy for parents to adjust the seat’s height. It’s easy to clean too! No cracks or crevices.

Keep reading to find out how to enter.

  1. Follow PishPoshBabydotcom on Instagram.
  2. Post a picture of any baby or toddler eating the “messiest meal in history.” See the photo below for reference. You can post up to once a day.
  3. Use the hashtag #pishposhflair when you post your photo.

The winner will be drawn at random. If the winner has more than the maximum number of entries (one for each day of the giveaway), he/she will be disqualified, and PishPoshBaby will redraw.

If your Instagram account is private, you will need to make it public the day PishPoshBaby draws the winner, so they can verify your entries.

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   Note: I was compensated for posting about and promoting this giveaway. Any opinions stated above are my own and may not reflect yours.

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Taking Your Family to the Hospital: How to Take Care of Them in Time of Need


Hospital Bed

When a family member has a medical condition that requires hospitalization, it is a time of stress for the patient as well as the family. However, it is in the best interest of the patient and family to be aware of the patient’s needs and of the care being received, and to make the effort to see that the facility giving the medical attention is not negligent and has the procedures in place to earn the patient’s and family’s trust.

Medical Team Response

Monitor the concern of the emergency or admission medical staff to the patient. Response time for taking vital signs, X-Rays, and any other necessary procedures for an accurate diagnosis should be performed in a timely manner relative to the gravity of the patient’s condition. This is the time to be assertive on behalf of your family member and ask questions to assure yourself and the patient that the diagnosis is reasonable and appropriate.

Patient Care Admission

Once the diagnosis is made and is agreed upon by the patient, family, and medical staff, it is important that the patient gets the proper care upon admission.

Care would consist of continued vital sign monitoring, proper medication at the correct time, surgery if required, and the medical staff notifying the patient’s designated family member of any changes to or concern for the patient’s care.

Family Visitation

When a family member is admitted to the hospital, the primary concern is for them to receive the proper care but also for them to rest and recuperate.

A family visit can lift the patient’s spirits, but it is also an opportunity to check the patient for possible bedsores and to view the care and response of the medical staff assigned to your family member; if it is noted the nursing staff is not as quick to respond to medication requirements or other care required, then this is the time to voice your concern and ask for the situation to be corrected.

In conclusion, the best patient advocate is the designated family member, and they have the right and duty to question medical staff that is in authority for changes to care and any other concerns that arise during the patient’s duration of care. Assertiveness by the family member can avoid malpractice and egregious errors by the medical staff and is one way to feel confident the patient will receive the proper attention and an easier recovery.

Author Bio:

Kara Masterson is a freelance writer from West Jordan, Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah and enjoys writing about home and family and spending time with her dog, Max. Information credit to Gittens & Associates, lawyers specializing in personal injury law and car accident in Newfoundland.

Note: I was compensated for this posting this sponsored article. Any opinions written above are the author’s and may differ from yours.

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Remaking memories from childhood- family game night

Although our family is small and young, I’ve already started planning things I want to do in the future when Baby J is old enough (and hopefully when we have more kids). I want to homeschool my son and watch his little eyes light up as he grows and learns. I also look forward to spending time together on family bike rides, picnics, trips to the fair, and you get the idea… Yes, some of these activities we already do, but Baby J doesn’t enjoy them now the way I know he will in a few years.

We’re surrounded by technology, and that’s not a bad thing, by any means. But I think it’s important to balance technology with human interaction. Technology should complement our lives, not be the center of them. One thing I remember doing often with my siblings and occasionally my parents growing up, was playing board games. It was a fun way to spend time together, especially on cold winter nights in Northwest Ontario!

I want to incorporate family game night into our lives for a few reasons: it’s fun, it’s inexpensive, and it builds unity within the family. It’s a way for families to slow down and just spend time enjoying each other’s company. Games can also be a learning opportunity. Many board games require strategy to play or quick thinking.

The games I remember playing the most with my brothers were: (affiliate links)

1. Candyland- I loved this as a little girl! The colors and candy part are super fun, and it’s easy for little kids to play.

2. Monopoly- A great game for all ages. It teaches strategy, money management, etc.

3. Clue- This one was a favorite, because I figured out quickly how to bluff and beat my brothers.

These two games aren’t board games, but we played them a great deal as well:

1. Uno- promotes quick thinking!

2. Dutch Blitz- like Uno, you have to think quickly, but you also need to move quickly too.

These games are nostalgic for me, so they’re probably the ones I’ll introduce to Baby J. But if you don’t want to go old school with games, visit this article to see how to bring family game night into the 21st century.

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Do you have a family game night? What are your favorite games?

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