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Phisoderm: For sensitive skin

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"I absolutely love Phisoderm Baby! Everly inherited eczema and sensitive skin from both sides of the family, so in this case “Mother definitely knows best” (Anyone else love Tangled as much as I do). I went to my mom, and she recommended Phisoderm. There are four reasons I love it.

The obvious one is that it does not dry out Everly’s skin when I use it. It’s a cream wash and does not contain harsh soap. It’s meant for sensitive skin and has yet to cause a rash. It smells like baby powder and makes Everly smell sooo good. We’ve tried other sensitive skin washes and let’s just say baby powder fresh smells so much better than oats. It’s nostalgic for me because that’s what my mom used to wash me when I was a baby.

Now, where can you buy Phisoderm? The only place I have found where you can purchase Phisoderm is Amazon, but you can conveniently purchase it in a pack of three, and this usually lasts us six months of using it every day."

- Taylor Christiansen

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Bag Balm: From diaper rashes to chapped skin

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Another recommendation by my mom that we use daily. I love bag balm because it is so versatile. We can use it to prevent/clear up diaper rashes, but it can also be used on dry, chapped skin. When Everly has a particularly dry spot on her skin, we put it on her at night, after her bath, and by morning it is all cleared up. I would recommend putting it on at night because it does tend to be a bit greasy.

- CC Sampson

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Suck the goopies out with this Baby vac
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This little baby vac has been a sleep saver! We all know the blue bulb nasal aspirator that takes forever to get all the goop out of babies noses. This does the job of the blue bulb in 10 seconds or less.  You hook it up to your actual vacuum (sounds scary I know, but it's safe) and it sucks all the goopies out.

- Taylor Christiansen

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Stroller Blanket: Why didn't I think of this?
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"These are genius! They are blankets that have holes for the stroller straps so they won’t fall off and get dirty. Some also have zippers that go around the bottom, so your baby’s feet stay warm too. Amazon has a wide variety of blankets and sellers to choose from."

- Taylor Christiansen

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Stay warm with a Snuggy
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Now, I have seen these be called jumpsuits, bodysuits, snowsuits, you name it, but for our family, we call it the “Snuggy.” I love these! They are easy to get into (unless you have too small of a size, which we have experienced), you can layer a sleeper underneath for added warmth, and they have covers for the hands so no need to worry about lost mittens when baby pulls them off! Most also have hoods so baby’s head is kept warm, or you can use a hat and the hood for added warmth. 

- Taylor Christiansen

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