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Okay, to be more specific obsessed with butt wipes. Is that TMI? Oh well.
When I had my first child sixteen long years ago, I was introduced to the magical world of wet wipes. Yes, they were meant for my baby backside but they were equally awesome for other things shoes, wiping down the kitchen counter, cleaning toys, spot clean up in the bathroom and potty time for grown ups, too. I used them everywhere.
When my daughter (she ten now) was a little one, she had very delicate skin. Commercial wipes would leave her skin red and irritated. In an effort to save her Air Jordan Fusion 5 sweet baby skin, I made my own wipes. I tossed aloe vera juice, water and my favorite essential oils (lavender and tea tree oil) onto paper towels and Air Jordan Spizike called it a day. We used these for years which was such a life saver for a large family on a budget.
I don have babies anymore but as a family, we still use wipes for practically everything. Yes, especially the butt wipe variety. Unfortunately, I gotten into the Air Jordan 5s habit of buying commercial wipes lately and I have to say, I miss my homemade wipes! Commercial wipes are just so expensive, and with a family of six, it kills me to see my Air Jordan 7s hard earned money get flushed down the toilet, literally.
I think it time to put on my mad scientist costume and get busy making wipes again. I searched on Pinterest for a variety of different recipes and came up with seven reasonably priced recipes for wipes (great for baby bums and grown up bums) with easy directions.
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