Kids Breathe Easier on a Starry Night

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Star light, star bright, I wish my cold would go away tonight. Credit: Vicks

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends using a cool mist humidifier throughout the winter months, to help relieve congestion and coughs for kids. So, why not use a humidifier that also can help lull kids to sleep at night?

New from Vicks comes the Starry Night Cool Moisture Humidifier, which has a built-in projector that turns your kid's room into a planetarium filled with glowing stars. The projector is independently controlled, so you can flip it off once sleep sets in.

Now, that sounds like soothing news for you and your little ones.

Available at Amazon for $49.99.
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AdviceMama Says:
Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.