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Temple Touch Thermometer Review and Giveaway

Temple Touch Thermometer Review and Giveaway

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With four children and a busy lifestyle, we are no strangers to sickness. It seems like one of our little ones is always running a fever or fighting a cold. As a mother, you want to provide the best care for your children when they’re sick. The award-winning Temple Touch Thermometer from Medism is a must-have for every parent’s first aid kit. This thermometer provides optimum care with comfort and ease.

One thing I love about the Temple Touch Thermometer is how simple it is to use. Simply press the sensor to the temple or the underarm. In just 6-8 seconds, you’ll have an accurate temperature. No waiting, discomfort, or cross-contamination! (And my family may or may not have all had their temperature taken multiple times for “fun” after receiving our Temple Touch!) templetouch

Gone are the days of embarrassing your children with a rectal thermometer or waiting minutes for a reading from an oral thermometer. You can even take your child’s temperature while he/she is sleeping! (Trust me, I know!) Even the wiggliest of toddlers can tolerate having their temperature taken with the Temple Touch! This thermometer is perfect for the whole family. It’s quick, easy, and accurate! We compared our temperature readings taken with the Temple Touch with those of our more expensive thermometer, and the results lined up.

Unlike a few other similar thermometers, the Temple Touch Premium is affordable. You can purchase one for just $29.99. Click HERE to buy yours!

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*I received a Temple Touch Thermometer in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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26 Comments

  1. I would let them stay in bed, with the shades pulled, and bring them whatever they want to eat (usually soup and crackers). With my daughters, I would pull their hair back in a ponytail, in case they would throw up. And always, plenty of hugs and kisses, you know they’re always special coming from Mom!

  2. When my grandson is sick we snuggle, watch movies, and read. He gets ALL my attention.

  3. When I have a sick grandkid, I always love to hold them while we watch their favourite movie (if they are well enough)& of course I have lots of ginger ale in the house!

    thanks

    nancyrobster at gmail dot com

  4. Snuggle with them and give them popsicles.
    thanks

  5. Long baths, extra snuggles, and all the juice and Popsicles they want.

  6. We get cozy on the couch and watch TV.

  7. We don’t have any kids yet, but we are planning. 😉

  8. my daughter will be seventeen and when she is sick i still wait on her “hand and foot”.

  9. I like to let them sleep as long as they need to .

  10. I let her bring the portable dvd player in her room and watch her favorite movies!

  11. i don’t have a child but would love to win this as a baby shower gift!

  12. Snuggle and watch one of their favorite movies.

  13. My son has been sick pretty much ever since he was born (he’s 8 months old) so I don’t have any special routine since we have to do it every day! But we give him lots of hugs and cuddles and make sure he gets enough sleep.

  14. Just snuggle:)

  15. Make a special sick bed up and let them snuggle watching tv and sleeping on and off. Also i always let them choose a special snack

  16. Let her play on my laptop, play some of the games she loves.

  17. I give them my full attention and try to give them what they want.

  18. LOTS of snuggles

  19. Give one on one attention and make sure that he drinks enough fluids.

  20. We snuggle and watch whatever he wants to watch (on repeat if he wants)

    Littlemamameow at gmail dot com

  21. Lots of cuddles and cartoon watching!

  22. I snuggle up with my child and read their favorite story…then make up a fairy tale where they are the hero. :-) Thank you.

  23. Lots of hugs and kisses, movies and homemade Chicken Soup!
    Thank You!

  24. I put on their favorite DVD’s bring in a cup of hot chocolate and we watch them together snuggled under a big blanket.

  25. I like to get them some of their favorite movies to watch!

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