All Free of Worries
You’d be surprised the amount of laundry that a newborn produces in a week. I confess that I have never washed so many clothes until Jax got home.
When we lived in Asheville we had no washer or dryer. We crossed the street to a laundry mat that was in front of the our house. We would carry a bag full of dirty clothes and wait for hours for them to finish. It was so boring and unproductive that we usually waited two weeks or more to go back to wash clothes again. Sometimes we would wait until we finally didn’t have any more clean socks to wear.
When we moved to California we decided that it was time to live like “adults” and for the first time our priority was to find a place with washer and dryer. It was the best decision ever!!!
Now laundry is so easy that we even enjoy it. Especially the smell of clean, fresh clothes in our drawers.
But now that we have a baby it’s obvious that our regular scented detergent and softener might not be the best for our little guy. So hunting for a baby friendly detergent I found all® free clear detergent and discovered that it’s products (liquid and mighty pacs), fabric softener and dryer sheets have received the National Eczema Association (NEA) Seal of Acceptance™ and they are 100 % hypoallergenic. Products with the NEA Seal of Acceptance™ are those that avoid certain chemicals, dyes, perfumes and residues that are known to be unsuitable for use by persons with eczema or a sensitive skin condition.
I love the fact that the clothes come out really clean, and I don’t have to worry about irritating Jax’s skin.
Since Jax came home, doing laundry has become almost a daily routine. It’s amazing the amount of dirty clothes a little 9 pound human being produces each day. His clothes added to our stuff and all the other things from around the house, it’s a lot!
But hey, at least I have everything I need right here. A washer and dryer ready to go and a detergent I love and trust. I’m a lucky mommy.
Jax loves when mom is doing laundry, because when it’s ready, he gets to wear a warm onesie while mommy folds and organizes his clothes.
To read more about the benefits and uses of all® free clear visit it’s Facebook page.
What’s your laundry story? Do you like doing laundry? Any tips for doing laundry with kids?