I used baby products by JOHNSON’S® to care for my little one as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #johnsonspartners
Baby Frugal had his very first vacation this past week. We took him to my homeland, my happy place, my Shangri-La. His very first trip to Walt Disney World, out of utero, was just as magical as we thought it would be. He was the perfect kiddo, and didn’t cry much. He loved meeting the classic characters, when he was awake, and enjoyed being carried by his mother 98% of the time. I’m pretty sure that our trip was smooth sailing because of the baby products we made sure to pack. Our number 1 must-have? Johnson’s® Baby Head To Toe Baby Wash.
Babies are notorious for getting dirty, and that does not change when you go on vacation. My little muffin sat on ledges, grabbed on his siblings’ sticky, snack-covered hands, messily drank bottles, and worked up a good sweat while in his baby carrier. He was usually pretty ripe during the end of each day. We made sure to pack his favorite wash clothes, hooded towels, and Johnson’s® Baby Head To Toe Baby Wash. We were even smarter to pack a travel bottle of Johnson’s® Baby Head To Toe Baby Wash, since our larger checked bag didn’t reach our room before it was the baby’s bath time.
I’m big on the original “baby smell,” so I love that Johnson’s® Baby Head To Toe Baby Wash has a new and improved hypoallergenic fragrance that’s specially designed for infants. It’s also paraben-free, phthalate-free, and has added moisturizer to help promote skin hydration after Baby Frugal’s bath. Johnson’s® baby products are trusted for use on your little one, and I can attest to that. By the way, have you visited Johnson’s® Facebook page? Well, you should!
There’s another reason I was very glad to pack up one of our favorite Johnson’s® products. Relaxed babies on vacation tend to eat a lot. When a baby eats a lot they tend to, well, never mind. Do the words “Storm Pooper” help to explain things? On a side note: I learned the proper way to take off a onesie when a kid has a blow out. You learn something new every day when you become a parent.