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A typical night as a mom involves managing dinner, clean-up, homework, bath, and more. While some households might relish in bath time bliss, others view the pending task as a never ending battle. But it doesn’t have to be! With the help of the right products, kids and parents alike can agree that bath time doesn’t have to equal tears, and that quality products don’t have to break the bank.



When it comes to children’s hair products, the overwhelming options parents are faced with in a simple aisle are insane. Curly hair. Straight hair. Fine hair. Cherry smelling. No scent. As parents, we deal with enough stress that we shouldn’t need to add locating suitable hair products for our toddler to the list.

Once you have the products in the house, parents still have to summon the energy required to bathe a slippery tiny human. Some complain about getting into the tub, while others throw a fit over getting out. Some want the water “more hot” and others will scream that it is “too cold.” Parents deal with not enough toys to entertain, or too many toys that it creates a mess. Perhaps someone should invent an outside service that is hired to clean our little ones and spare us the agony?


Here are some recommendations on calming the chaos that can be associated with bath time:

If you have a child that suffers from eczema or sensitive skin, Tubby Todd products are for you. The redness, irritation, and bumps all wash away with the body wash. The Hair & Body Wash is a mini party in every bottle! It leaves a smooth, soft feel to hair, and a crisp, clean smell of lavender and rosemary. Because it only requires a small drop to do its job, the bottle will go a long way. Also, great news – there are no worries if it accidentally gets into little eyes. Because Tubby Todd products are naturally made, there is nothing to irritate tiny eyes and nothing to burn sensitive skin. Did we mention it smells amazing? Speaking of yummy smells, Tubby Todd Hair Conditioner is full of lemon-goodness and will leave hair just as soft and silky smooth, as it will be fresh scented.

Part of the bath night routine also includes what needs to be done after the bubbles have been washed away. With frizzy conditions and a short attention span, not all little ones like to sit still for brushing and beautifying. Thanks to the Hair Detangler, combing through tangles goes quickly and there is no pain. A perfect pairing for long locked ladies is the Wet Brush Pro Detangling Brush. Together, this is a pair that can’t be beat.



  • Natural, organic ingredients
  • Gluten-free
  • Dairy free
  • Certified animal-cruelty free
  • Natural, plant-based fragrances
  • Made in the U.S.A
  • Safe for sensitive skin of all ages
  • Free of toxins, parabens, sulfates, preservatives, and BPA

Bath time does not have to be a daunting task. With the Tubby Hair Bundle, including wash/ shampoo, conditioner, and detangling spray, kids can relax and enjoy a new look and feel. As for parents, they can enjoy clean ingredients that won’t warrant health concerns and a price point that won’t break the bank.

Kids aren’t the only ones that deserve quality products when it comes to bath time. Moms deserve to be cared for too, with naturally inspired products.

Photo credits: April Walker

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April is a goldendoodle obsessed mom-of-three with a new puppy named Lainey. She loves traveling, homemade spaghetti sauce, sarcasm, and her day job as an outreach coordinator. She is a blogger at Mojitos and Munchkins where she loves connecting with fellow parents and commiserating about life in the trenches with little people. After a two-week stint of RV living, she has hopes to "sell it all" and escape on a never ending road trip with her family. April now lives in Minnesota, after growing up in the neighboring Hawkeye state. Her and her husband have three adventurous children who are on a constant quest to keep life busy. After a decade in the classroom, April turned in her lesson plan book to focus on slowing her family’s pace of life down and enjoying the fleeting moments between sun up and sundown. She is thankful for lattes, red blends, movie theaters, and homemade spaghetti sauce. April loves connecting with people through her blog at Mojitos & Munchkins.


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