This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review.
Why I Cannot Stop Talking About WaterWipes: I am a #WaterWipesMom
You haven’t heard of WaterWipes? Let me tell you all about it. That’s something you hear me saying often when I’m asking my oldest or his father for a wipe and someone overhears me. It’s truly a wipe that I stand behind and am proud to say that I am an ambassador for.
Our real everyday uses for WaterWipes
This summer we have been taking some trips to the county fair, I went on a business trip to NYC and lots of sleepovers with the grandparents for the kids. Each of these has involved WaterWipes and they all have their unique uses.
My family likes to get a little more daring when we go to local fairs. No food is off limits and there’s lots of chances to get messy. Deep fried chocolate and grilled cheese sandwiches and skinned knees were the sights of summer this past month. It was easy to get the dirt out of Korey’s wound and walk him over to the First Aid building, along with a little lecture about not running.
While splitting the deep fried goodness with Keith I found that it leaked some cheese and oil which I reached right into the diaper bag for some WaterWipes. The same trusted brand that I send the kids away for the weekend with. After all it does contain 99.9% Irish water and 0.1% grapeseed extract, a lot more natural than some of the things that we stuffed our faces with at the fair.
That Pure Love that we feel
As parents we have a natural instinct to want to protect our children, whether from harmful chemicals or the world and its sometime harsh reality. One of the first things we learn as mothers is the importance of skin to skin contact. With some technology and a simple message WaterWipes made a wonderful video about Pure Love and the science behind skin to skin contact.
I do have to warn you that you will need some tissues, your baby books and some cuddle time with your children if they are out of the swaddling stage.
What message from the video resonated the most with you?