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Tres Tria Makes Co-sleeping Safer

Dec 07, 2010
Many parents choose co-sleeping with their baby simply because it is an easier solution for a mom and a baby, allows both of them have a better sleep and creates that special connection between mother and her child.

However, there are certain concerns about the safety of co-sleeping, particularly incidents of falling down, getting trapped and others. Many specialists still say that co-sleeping is not the main reason of SIDS and in fact, can even reduce the risk of SIDS. But is wise to make sure that you did everything to protect your child during co-sleeping. In this regard you can use specially designed tools for this purpose.

Tres Tria is an all-in-one pillow that makes co-sleeping safer and easier for parents and their baby. It can be used as a co-sleeping tool, pregnancy pillow, breastfeeding pillow, reading pillow, and a two-kids-one-bed pillow. The Tres Tria is an eco-friendly pillow made of natural rubber that holds its shape over time with certified organic cotton sateen cover.

If you want to use it for co-sleeping, you only need to place it underneath the sheet on your bed to prevent your child from falling down. It stays in place so you do not need to worry about dreadful incidents.

You can also use Tres Tria in numerous ways to read a book lying the bed, to breastfeed your baby or to curl around it during pregnancy. You can also place it between the two children when they sleep in the same bed. The pillow is travel-friendly and you can take it anywhere to ensure your family safety.



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Oct 29, 2015 12:42 PM » posted by: Denilsion
Thanks, Darrell, for your helpful reply. I must<a href="http://flgosrv.com"> utadpe</a> you with news of Nancy. After 2 days of (in my view, and I am her mother and also as a mother of 4 have seen a LOT of tummy bugs) average tummy bug symptoms, i began to get suspicious. Having done my research and this site was an important and helpful part of that, I called the doctor as I was convinced she had Appendicitis. In a nutshell, the doctor whizzed us off to hospital (I had packed a bag in case)in an ambulance and then Nancy underwent several hours of tests (a lot of painful prodding by strangers progressing up the food chain to the High Priest Consultant surgeon who, interestingly, made Nancy prod herself ) She was white, shut off from the world and in deep pain. As she had not eaten properly for 48 hours she was dehydrated and had a high temperature so before they would anaesthetise, they put her on a UV drip. She responded immediately and so BANG, the whole process started. I should explain that my biggest fear is that they would open her up and there would be a perfectly healthy little appendix. Not so. It had perforated and her stomach was full of pus. She was washed out with 10.5 litres of water and the horrid Gentromicin beads (nasty antibiotic) that I am deeply suspicious of were put in. It turns out that being a little trojan isn't always a good thing. As a result, she is currently on morphine and antibiotics by IV. On a positive note, she is progressing really well. No temperature, and today, less than 48 hours after the op, she ate some food (it was 2 days prior to the op when she last ate and she has a body like a whippet anyway). As I suspected, their food was rubbish. They offered cordial but I checked the bottle and it was chock full of terrible ingredients. This is a hospital! My dog would turn his nose up at the stuff they offer sick kids. People; take in your best sustenance! My pal Charlotte made her green soup (spinach, watercress, garlic, etc)and I gave her water first then organic rice milk. She had a banana this evening! (Deliberate as her potassium read as too low)Also I am trying to get her to take child's Floradix as it is packed with goodness especially Iron. I will tackle rebuilding the liver (after the drugs) once she is out of hospital. I have no real advice to parents; inform yourselves, feed your children well, even massage their feet when they are sleeping. (I checked a reflexology chart and tried to stimulate the bowel that way as i couldn't massage her tender tummy)We are not out of the woods yet as she is still septic but the signs are quite promising. We shall see. I look forward to tomorrow when she may make it into a chair and be wheeled out of the room to look at the fish in the tank! Your words of advice really really helped me. I send my best wishes to all parents out there reading this. Trust your instincts. Thanks, Darrell. All the best, mate. Charlie

Oct 29, 2015 12:42 PM » posted by: Denilsion
Thanks, Darrell, for your helpful reply. I must<a href="http://flgosrv.com"> utadpe</a> you with news of Nancy. After 2 days of (in my view, and I am her mother and also as a mother of 4 have seen a LOT of tummy bugs) average tummy bug symptoms, i began to get suspicious. Having done my research and this site was an important and helpful part of that, I called the doctor as I was convinced she had Appendicitis. In a nutshell, the doctor whizzed us off to hospital (I had packed a bag in case)in an ambulance and then Nancy underwent several hours of tests (a lot of painful prodding by strangers progressing up the food chain to the High Priest Consultant surgeon who, interestingly, made Nancy prod herself ) She was white, shut off from the world and in deep pain. As she had not eaten properly for 48 hours she was dehydrated and had a high temperature so before they would anaesthetise, they put her on a UV drip. She responded immediately and so BANG, the whole process started. I should explain that my biggest fear is that they would open her up and there would be a perfectly healthy little appendix. Not so. It had perforated and her stomach was full of pus. She was washed out with 10.5 litres of water and the horrid Gentromicin beads (nasty antibiotic) that I am deeply suspicious of were put in. It turns out that being a little trojan isn't always a good thing. As a result, she is currently on morphine and antibiotics by IV. On a positive note, she is progressing really well. No temperature, and today, less than 48 hours after the op, she ate some food (it was 2 days prior to the op when she last ate and she has a body like a whippet anyway). As I suspected, their food was rubbish. They offered cordial but I checked the bottle and it was chock full of terrible ingredients. This is a hospital! My dog would turn his nose up at the stuff they offer sick kids. People; take in your best sustenance! My pal Charlotte made her green soup (spinach, watercress, garlic, etc)and I gave her water first then organic rice milk. She had a banana this evening! (Deliberate as her potassium read as too low)Also I am trying to get her to take child's Floradix as it is packed with goodness especially Iron. I will tackle rebuilding the liver (after the drugs) once she is out of hospital. I have no real advice to parents; inform yourselves, feed your children well, even massage their feet when they are sleeping. (I checked a reflexology chart and tried to stimulate the bowel that way as i couldn't massage her tender tummy)We are not out of the woods yet as she is still septic but the signs are quite promising. We shall see. I look forward to tomorrow when she may make it into a chair and be wheeled out of the room to look at the fish in the tank! Your words of advice really really helped me. I send my best wishes to all parents out there reading this. Trust your instincts. Thanks, Darrell. All the best, mate. Charlie

Oct 29, 2015 12:41 PM » posted by: Denilsion
Thanks, Darrell, for your helpful reply. I must<a href="http://flgosrv.com"> utadpe</a> you with news of Nancy. After 2 days of (in my view, and I am her mother and also as a mother of 4 have seen a LOT of tummy bugs) average tummy bug symptoms, i began to get suspicious. Having done my research and this site was an important and helpful part of that, I called the doctor as I was convinced she had Appendicitis. In a nutshell, the doctor whizzed us off to hospital (I had packed a bag in case)in an ambulance and then Nancy underwent several hours of tests (a lot of painful prodding by strangers progressing up the food chain to the High Priest Consultant surgeon who, interestingly, made Nancy prod herself ) She was white, shut off from the world and in deep pain. As she had not eaten properly for 48 hours she was dehydrated and had a high temperature so before they would anaesthetise, they put her on a UV drip. She responded immediately and so BANG, the whole process started. I should explain that my biggest fear is that they would open her up and there would be a perfectly healthy little appendix. Not so. It had perforated and her stomach was full of pus. She was washed out with 10.5 litres of water and the horrid Gentromicin beads (nasty antibiotic) that I am deeply suspicious of were put in. It turns out that being a little trojan isn't always a good thing. As a result, she is currently on morphine and antibiotics by IV. On a positive note, she is progressing really well. No temperature, and today, less than 48 hours after the op, she ate some food (it was 2 days prior to the op when she last ate and she has a body like a whippet anyway). As I suspected, their food was rubbish. They offered cordial but I checked the bottle and it was chock full of terrible ingredients. This is a hospital! My dog would turn his nose up at the stuff they offer sick kids. People; take in your best sustenance! My pal Charlotte made her green soup (spinach, watercress, garlic, etc)and I gave her water first then organic rice milk. She had a banana this evening! (Deliberate as her potassium read as too low)Also I am trying to get her to take child's Floradix as it is packed with goodness especially Iron. I will tackle rebuilding the liver (after the drugs) once she is out of hospital. I have no real advice to parents; inform yourselves, feed your children well, even massage their feet when they are sleeping. (I checked a reflexology chart and tried to stimulate the bowel that way as i couldn't massage her tender tummy)We are not out of the woods yet as she is still septic but the signs are quite promising. We shall see. I look forward to tomorrow when she may make it into a chair and be wheeled out of the room to look at the fish in the tank! Your words of advice really really helped me. I send my best wishes to all parents out there reading this. Trust your instincts. Thanks, Darrell. All the best, mate. Charlie

Oct 27, 2015 09:59 PM » posted by: Tanaka
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Oct 27, 2015 09:59 PM » posted by: Tanaka
I have and neck problems caus do would sleep on my stocamh and the tendends would not allow me to turn me neckline other way, I went to a chiropractor for about a month, my neck started to get better, but after a month I was in pain again. I tried on of those kawasaka pillow (as shown on tv). I love it( just wish it was a little bigger). I have not gone back to the chiropractor since. I have see the pillow at bed bath beyond, and walgreens for . http://iiumgug.com [url=http://plamzuzpth.com]plamzuzpth[/url] [link=http://frajuorep.com]frajuorep[/link]

Oct 27, 2015 09:58 PM » posted by: Tanaka
I have and neck problems caus do would sleep on my stocamh and the tendends would not allow me to turn me neckline other way, I went to a chiropractor for about a month, my neck started to get better, but after a month I was in pain again. I tried on of those kawasaka pillow (as shown on tv). I love it( just wish it was a little bigger). I have not gone back to the chiropractor since. I have see the pillow at bed bath beyond, and walgreens for . http://iiumgug.com [url=http://plamzuzpth.com]plamzuzpth[/url] [link=http://frajuorep.com]frajuorep[/link]

Oct 26, 2015 12:46 PM » posted by: Prince
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Oct 26, 2015 12:46 PM » posted by: Prince
That's so fun you got to do twins. Love the one of their little legs. I also relaly like your nature shots. Those pink flowers are beautiful. Lets go exploring sometime soon

Oct 26, 2015 12:46 PM » posted by: Prince
That's so fun you got to do twins. Love the one of their little legs. I also relaly like your nature shots. Those pink flowers are beautiful. Lets go exploring sometime soon


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