Visit our sponsor! I received this item at no cost to facilitate my review. All opinions remain my own. Liniment has been a revelation for me. Where was this moisturizing cleansing milk when I had my first baby? Probably still where all the cool things are: in France. Luckily, Marie and Yannick discovered oleo-calcareous ointment in […]
I received this product free for review. All opinions remain my own. Oh, you Europeans! The Mother Land is always ahead of the game when it comes to skincare and beauty products, not to mention baby must-haves! When bébé hibou approached me to review their Oleo Limestone Liniment, I didn’t have even the faintest idea of […]
I received these products free for review. All opinions remain my own. I discovered Kamloops, BC’s Nuggles brand when I reviewed their Tuck-Wrap-Go cover for Sara at Itsy Bitsy Necessities. I was eager to try more of these Canadian-designed products, and when browsing their website, their Soy Velvet Wipes piqued my curiousity! I’m still not […]
I received this product free for review. All opinions remain my own. I loathe disposable baby wipes. The don’t clean worth a darn, create endless tons of waste, and certain brands are rife with unsavory and potentially harmful ingredients. Since Cub was born, I’ve always used cloth wipes. As a newborn, I used plain warm […]
When I first learned that “Family Cloth,” aka reusable toilet paper, was a thing, I was appalled. Gross. Nasty. Backwoods. But when I started working with David Suzuki’s Queen of Green, coaching families on how to be “greener,” I also started evaluating my own waste footprint. I looked at what was in my trashcan, and, since I […]
If you’re curious about adding cloth wipes to your cloth diapering routine, check out my guest post at Wonderful Bambino to find out how!
A lot of Mamas who choose reusable cloth wipes (whether purchased, or homemade) wonder how to moisten them during diaper changes. If you’re lucky enough to have a long counter and a change station in your bathroom, you probably just use water. When Wolf Cub was newborn, I kept a thermos of warm water on […]