All tagged skin and body


How often do you bathe your babies? It's a common question floating around here and around the mom talk playground. Moms like myself ask myself every night...should I bathe them? Did they get too dirty? Well, sources have summed it up and here's what we're doing around here. 

Let them be dirty. A little dirt never hurt nobody. But some lament "I  have boys and they are filthy? " Well, yes. Me too. But also, if we bathe them every night ridding them of all natural oils and dirt from the soil and the world outside, they may grow immune to everything. So they say. Well I tested out the theories with my eczema filled twin babies and in our case, I've found the studies are true. 


It's summer. I've had a bunch of questions about my current routine for face, and so I'm breaking it down here. And here it is...this is my summer face. I'm pretty pale for me, but I keep it that way on purpose, because I'd like to keep my summer face for as long as I can have it. Because I'm no baby. And this mama wants to save face forever, or die trying. (Wish me luck as I'm currently wandering the streets of Laguna Beach today). I talked last month about protecting face with a hat and sunscreen etc, but this summer,  even more so,  I'm not ignoring daily products, in fact, I'm upping the ante. Because summer is just as harsh as winter on your skin if not more because of that hot sun, and because our kids want to be outside all day long, and that means extra attention to self care, aka, you and your face.


Well, let's just real for one minute. Sometimes I want new boobs. Sometimes I love my boobs. Sometimes I don't want them at all. I nursed all my babies. And I have 3.