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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Letting Kids Be Kids With all free clear #FreeToBe

Now that spring is here and the weather is nice, the boys and I are exploring the open space behind our home more and more. We go out looking for treasures, see what they can climb and what adventures we can go on. It also means that allergy season is upon us and kids will be kids no matter what is in the air.

We gather sticks and rocks that catch our eye, we jump over streams, hop over deer poop (yes, they like to point that out) and avoid the cacti at all costs. My boys are always up to play outside and go on adventures. They often play out there on their own, within our boundaries, but I like to think when I join in on the fun, it's a bit more magical for them. They like to teach me about their surroundings and what they have found. I listen and try to remember their stories and love how their imaginations work.

Often times, ok pretty much every time, when they go on their little adventures, they come back filthy. It just goes hand in hand with having boys who love to learn on their own. I've learned to let go and not freak out when their jeans are covered in mud because it can all be washed. I want them to live free.

Speaking about washing, I've been using all free clear laundry detergent for my family lately and I've been so happy with it. Not only does it get out all the stains they may get but it helps simplify my laundry routine and I don't have to worry about any skin issues because it is 100% hypoallergenic! I want their memories in their mind, not on their clothes.


As a mom of 3 active boys, I love that I can use just one laundry detergent that is #1 recommended by dermatologists, allergists and pediatricians. Other detergents just don't measure measure up to all free clear!


If you want a laundry detergent that is tough on stains but gentle on your kids' skin, then I highly recommend all free clear. Go here and see all the all free clear products to buy on your next grocery trip. Let your kids be kids and allow them to be #FreeToBe! 

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