One of the biggest things I missed when Erin was in spica is bath time, swimming and close cuddles. Those that know Erin, know just how much she has loved swimming since she was only a month old. This week we have the all clear to go again and I cannot wait till Thursday when we are going to hit the pool. We have had to wait whilst Erin’s wound from the pin removal healed, but the stitches have now disappeared and so bath time and swimming time can commence.
I was given the advice of adding epsom salts to her bath water which aids healing and works of tired muscles which I have done. I was also sent some natural organic toiletries from Childs Farm to use on Erin’s delicate skin. The range is natural and it has produced some lovely bubbles and left Erin smelling like the toddler she is. I intend only to use organic stuff on her body as her skin is very delicate and easily irritated after months of being hidden under plaster and fibre glass.
Her is Erin enjoying that special bathtime once more.
Disclosure, I was gifted the Childs Farm gift set for the review but the thoughts opinion are my own.