Washing Babies Clothes and Senstive Skin #Shop #CollectiveBias

Tuesday, 26 August 2014
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A lot of my friends are pregnant or have recently had babies again, and it's doing nothing for my broodiness. I cannot wait to have more children but I've recently changed jobs and we get married awfully soon so it's in delay. 

However it got me thinking about when I was pregnant with Jack and when he was first born. Jack is the first grandchild on both sides, and Ashley had never dealt with babies before, he'd never held one and only remembered his siblings being babies. But either way I don't think anyone can prepare you for having children of your own. No-one could explain how much you would love and care for this baby and how much you would want to protect them.

When I was pregnant I expected everything to go wrong with my pregnancy, however I had a fairly simple birth until nearer the end when I had reduced fetal movements, but all turned out well. Since Jack has grown hes had a few more problems but nothing too serious. 

 Ahh how I miss this little bundle

Something we do take great consideration with is laundry detergent, Ashley and his father have sensitive skin and eczema, as does Jack now. When I was pregnant and ever since its been important to me to use a detergent as soft as possible on his clothing. When your a new parent every product is thrown at you and it can be a bit of a whirlwind, but we've always stuck to the same which is in our budget, Persil and Comfort as a fabric conditioner.  They are both reasonably priced and has sensitive skin in mind, using no enzymes and recognised by the British Skin foundation, both are dermatologically and hypoallergenic tested. Being recognised by the British Skin foundation was a big positve for us with all the skin problems Ashley's family have, I want Jack to have as much protection as possible.

One of the things I love about Persil and Comfort is their support for Tommys charity, the charity that saves babies' lives. 
Tommy's fund research into pregnancy problems and provides information to parents. We believe it is unacceptable that one in four woman lose a baby during pregnancy and birth. 
Tommy's is a charity I'm a supporter of, I'm luckily enough to have never needed their support but the work they do is amazing. I cannot think of anything more devistating then loosing a child, whether whilst still pregnant or once born. Tommy's fund medical research into causes and prevention of miscarriage, premature birth and still birth and provide free information to those in need. 

In your locals ASDA stores you can pick up promotional packs of Persil non-bio 25w and Comfort Pure 42w products where 25p from each pack will be donated to the charity, with a total of £100,000 being donated. #Mums4Tommys


  1. Oh I love those baby photos - too cute!

  2. Aw them photos make me broody!

    Tommy's is such a great charity too!



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