My little artist at 34 months started to draw faces. This one turned out to be Mr Potato Head. Lolz.
For staph-related eczema, does anyone have a recommendation for an antibacterial wash or similar?
We’ve been putting a small amount of bleach in the bath as recommended by the eczema nurse. It’s pretty drying and Cameron (17 months) gets quite irritated during and just after the bath.
We are using emulsifying ointment in the bath too, and as a moisturiser.
We’ve tried pinetarsol and that didnt’ work, so after the nurse identified staphylococcus aureus as the culprit, we were told about bleach.
The nurse said that there is an antibacterial wash for eczema that is quite good, but can’t remember what it was.
I am wondering what other people have used and how it went.
Last night we went to a bbq, and a sweet little girl came over with a dried up worm. “Mama, look what I founded [sic]” she announced while swinging it above her mother’s plate of food.
The same little girl reported to her mother earlier that there were now boys on the trampoline. “There are boys on the trampoline. Three boys. Three!” she exclaimed while holding up three little fingers, just to make sure that the number of boys was understood.
Kids are so honest about what they say, no matter how inappropriate.
“Do you have a baby in there?” asked Isy (the hubby’s nephew) while tapping a stranger’s tummy.
(Addendum: “No,” she replied, “I’m just fat.” How did I forget that part!?)
In another incident, Isy was using his grandad’s cane to poke people with. I told him not to do that because it wasn’t nice. He replied “Yes it is!” I guess it was a matter of opinion, after all.
I wish I could say whatever I pleased, to anyone I pleased, and not get in (much) trouble for it.