WaterWipes, Naturally Speaking

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review.

There’s something about having your “last baby” that makes you want to do a few things differently in raising them. The added pressure of wanting to make sure you do everything “right” and your baby has the “best” of everything is nerve wracking – it almost feels worse with the last than it did with the first. Do you have the best diapers? The best body wash? Lotion?

It’s enough to drive you mad!

Twin Monsters

I find myself questioning so many of my choices this time around – and I’ve got double trouble for my last babies. Twice the fun! It’s weird that some things I deemed perfectly fine for my son, I wouldn’t dream of using on the twins. I even make all of their baby food. Cooking fruits and veggies like a boss. Who am I?!?!?! I don’t know where the old Amanda went, but I do know that I’m looking for the best of the best for them. After all, I won’t get another opportunity after this.

Along with cooking all of the twins’ food (all organic, of course), I’ve been focusing on more products that are all-natural and free of chemicals. One of the products that I’ve found most recently is a chemical free baby wipe that contains only two ingredients, 99.9% pure Irish water and 0.1% grapefruit seed extract – WaterWipes.

WaterWipes Go

When my babies were in the NICU, I noticed that the nurses there did not use any baby wipes with chemicals on them. Some warm water on a soft cotton cloth was all that was needed to clean those little babies. Why should that change, just because the babies are a little older? WaterWipes are just as durable as traditional wipes, and they’re also effective without containing any of the harmful chemicals that can be found in other baby wipes. I feel so much better knowing that we’re using a wipe that is a safe, natural option for my “last” babies. With so many other choices that I question, I’m glad I don’t have to with WaterWipes.

You can find WaterWipes at some of your favorite stores, including Babies R Us – where I got mine!



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