Video Review: Unboxing the Fridababy Bitty Bundle of Joy
Video Review: Unboxing the Fridababy Bitty Bundle of Joy
October 26, 2021

Video Review: Unboxing the Fridababy Bitty Bundle of Joy

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Video Review: Unboxing the Fridababy Bitty Bundle of Joy

Babies aren’t born knowing how to do things like blow their noses or breathe through their mouths for quite some time. So it’s up to parents to fill in the gaps on the important, but often un-glamorous bodily functions little ones haven’t mastered yet—like clearing up boogers and passing gas.

Until Fridababy came along with the Snotsucker, the tools of the trade for those jobs hadn’t been updated in a while (like, since you were a baby). But their four-piece Bitty Bundle of Joy kit reimagines the classics to help tackle some of the most common hygiene tasks of new parenthood. Babylist Scout Gina tests them out in the video above. Here’s what’s inside.

What It Does

The Bitty Bundle of Joy contains four of Fridababy’s most popular new parent tools:

Frida Baby Snotsucker gif

Nosefrida the Snotsucker

Few baby products elicit a stronger response than the Nosefrida Snotsucker. It uses the power of your lungs to, well, suck boogers out of your baby’s nose like you’d use a straw (watch Gina’s video at the :26 mark to see how it works).

While it may sound gross, the clever design of the Snotsucker is designed to be more comfortable for your baby, while giving you more control over the booger extraction process. And the special filter ensures that nothing will ever cross the threshold from your baby’s nose into the danger zone (aka your mouth). Believe it or not, since you can take the Nosefrida apart and wash it, the Snotsucker is actually more hygienic than the mucus remover you may get from the hospital.

Windi the Gaspasser

When babies drink milk, air bubbles will occasionally get into their tummies and turn into gas—which they don’t always know how to get rid of. So a pediatric gastroenterologist came up with this clever way to alleviate your baby’s discomfort. You simply massage your little one’s belly, lubricate the narrow end of the Windi and insert it into your baby’s rectum (sort of mimicking the way pediatricians use a rectal thermometer to release gas, but in a safe, parent-friendly design). Then poof. Literally.

Because of the way it’s designed, The Windi is just long enough to reach past the muscle that traps gas, but it has a special stopper so you don’t have to worry about going in too far. Just keep in mind that gas isn’t always the only thing trapped inside your baby. So you may want to keep wipes and a diaper handy just in case this tool is a little too effective.

NailFrida the SnipperClipper Set

Babies’ nails grow incredibly fast, and can be surprisingly sharp. Combine that with a natural desire to touch everyone’s face (including their own), and you’ve got a recipe for a lot of little scratches.

This mini manicure set includes a special nail clipper that’s designed to minimize parent-inflicted ouchies. The little spy hole lets you see exactly what you’re clipping, and the overlapping blades work more like a pair of scissors than traditional nail clippers (so you don’t have to use as much pressure). It also comes with an S-shaped nail file, which makes it easier to follow the natural curve of your baby’s nails to smooth out any jagged edges.

Momwasher Upside Down Peri Bottle

This last one actually isn’t for baby. If you give birth vaginally or by c-section, keeping your nether regions clean post-birth isn’t exactly a walk in the park. Most hospitals will send you home with a squirt bottle for perineal cleaning, but using it can be awkward, to say the least (think: plastic restaurant ketchup bottle and you get a sense of what you’re working with).

The Momwasher bottle is designed to be held upside down, with a nozzle that sprays upward, so you can keep your hand out of the toilet (watch Gina’s video at the 2:40 mark to see the magic). It’s basically a little portable bidet.

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Why You’d Want That

When it comes to repeat activities, like clipping your baby’s nails or cleaning the boogers out of their nose, small conveniences add up over time. It’s sort of like the difference between having a really good set of knives if you cook a lot or high-quality makeup brushes if you put on a full face everyday—good tools make for an easier job.

Fridababy took some of the most frequently used tools of newborn life, and made them just that much easier to use. And while you could buy all of these items separately, you save about $15 when you purchase the (very giftable) bundle. Watch Gina’s complete video review to see exactly what comes in this kit, and how it all works.

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