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Back in February Erin broke her arm and she had to go about 7 weeks with her arm in a cast. Although she coped with it really well, bath time and getting washed was a bit of an issue. Erin’s cast went really far up her arm and one of those special covers wouldn’t fit. We don’t have a shower so poor Erin was stuck having her hair washed once a week laying backwards over the bath and had it rinsed with a jug. To say she was unhappy was an understatement. When Erin’s cast finally came off I thought she would jump at the chance to have a long bath but instead, she was really weary about it and didn’t want one at all.
The thing is, Erin used to love her baths. I would often have to give her and John a shout and whinge at them to get out because she had been in there for so long. It was such a strange thing for Erin not to be excited and it made me a bit sad. To try to make things fun again we’ve been trying some fantastic products from Kids Stuff Crazy as we were sent the Foaming Soap and Magical Sparkling Bubble Bath.
Magical Sparkling Bubble Bath
As soon as Erin saw the bottle of Magical Sparkling Bubble Bath she was excited. I’m sure a lot of children’s heads would be turned by a bottle with a monkey riding a unicorn on it and the contents being a light blue glittery bubble bath. Erin couldn’t wait to see what it would be like in the water.
I have to say, we were a bit disappointed. As the colour of the bubble bath is blue in the bottle I was hoping this would change the colour of the water slightly but it didn’t. The bottle doesn’t say that the water should change colour though (Kids Stuff Crazy do have bubble baths that do this though) so it was just wishful thinking on our part.
What the Magical Sparkling Bubble Bath did do was lather up really well and it had a really lovely shine to it. I wouldn’t say it was super glittery but it was definitely different to our regular bubble and because of that Erin really loved using it.
Erin was most excited about the Foaming Soap, which comes in squirty cans like cream! This product comes in white, pink and blue so there’s a nice choice of colours there. The cans are quite large so at age 4 Erin isn’t really able to use them on her own yet. They need to be given a really good shake before use and then press the nozzle down!
Erin had so much fun with the Foaming Soap and she’s come up with lots of things to do with it from mixing the colours together to getting washed with it and also doing ‘experiments’ in the bath! There are so many different things that you could do with the foam and it’s not confined just to the bath. This would be great for sensory play and fantastic for playing with in the garden!
We’ve been using the Foaming Soap quite a lot since we got it and it really lasts well. Erin does only like to use little bits at a time though and I don’t think she’s quite realised she could use loads of it at once. If she did, I think we’d be in trouble.
I’m so glad that Erin has started to enjoy bath time again and the Kids Stuff Crazy products have really helped.
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