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Showing posts from March, 2019

Bepanthen Protects

For the past few weeks we have been taking part in the Bepanthen Protects Challenge. We have been Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment during every nappy change to help care for Tommy's delicate skin and protect from the causes of nappy rash.

Did you know that a newborns skin is 40% thinner  than an adults, which makes it more sensitive to irritants that can cause nappy rash?

Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment has been created with a kind to skin formula. It is fragrance, colour and preservarive free and contains Provitamin B5 to help repair the skins natural protective barrier.

I have been appling a thin layer so Tommy's skin after each nappy change and after bathing. The cream had a non sticky formula so it's really quick and easy to apply. To make life easily the cream has a flip top lid  does not need to be cleansed away at the next nappy change. I've kept a tube at my changing station at home and a small tube in my bag for using on the go. For the past few weeks I've not…

Substainable Play With Plan Toys

Recently I've noticed Tommy has been losing interest in his baby toys and choosing to play with toys that require more imagination such as vechicals, his play kitchen and more concentrated activities like puzzles and construction. So I decided it was time to pack up the baby toys and pass them onto another little one who could make use of them. That same week we received a beautiful package of toys from Plan Toys for the boys to try out, the timing was perfect!

Plan Toys focus on creating wooden toys made from reclaimed rubber wood. There toys are designed to nurture creative little minds while maintaining a strong commitment to being environmental friendly. Plan Toys are always produced in the sustainable way possible and aim to to use the most natural materials such as water based dyies and recycled paper.

My first impression of the toys was the outstanding quality. The looked durable enough to with stand a clumsy toddler who still likes to throw things alot! The toys looked br…