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I love things to be neat, clean, and tidy. After having my daughter I had to concede that kids will be kids and that comes with messes. Messes can be fun, and as a toddler exploring her world, want BabyCakes to be able to have time exploring freely even if it causes a mess.
When cleaning up those messes I have to be particularly careful of what products I use. I don’t want her playing on surfaces cleaned with harsh chemicals, and her pediatrician has recommended sulfate-free laundry detergent for the whole family because of her eczema. Currently we use the new sulfate-free all® Fresh Clean Essentials™ Fragrance Free.
Because it is very easy to acquire way too many toys I like to take a less is more approach to playtime with BabyCakes. It’s fun to re-purpose toys and household items for different kids of play. On weekends I like to make up sensory bins for her to engage in solo exploratory play. Creating a DIY sensory station is a easy.
Dry Station Recommended Items:
Sponges or sponge paint brushes
These stations provide a fun time with items from around the house. They also encourage solo play time.
Knowing that I have sulfate-free all® Fresh Clean Essentials™ on my shelf I don’t mind some messy play, including the occasional bib free popsicle.