The 1st of August is the start of Infant Massage Week. Infant Massage Australia’s mission is:
Empowering parents and enriching families through the nurturing touch of infant massage fostering healthy communication, understanding and love for children in our society.
I took CrashGirl to a infant massage class in Scotland. She was really small because she was born early, and even though she was 6 weeks old the instructor questioned how old she was. She was concerned that I had brought her straight from the hospital! I think touch, no matter their age is important, but massage is a technique that should be learned to avoid any risk of injury or discomfort to your little one.
CrashGirl was quite unsettled and always hungry due to feeding issues, and the massage really helped to her calm down. I did have my challenges though, it was so cold in Scotland and she didn’t like having her clothes taken off at all! Don’t blame her ;)
A baby’s skin is thinner than our own, so they are more vulnerable to any toxins or chemicals put on their skin. ecostore’s baby care range of products are formulated to be gentle and protective, with no nasty chemicals.
The Sleepytime Bath is a gorgeous Lavender and Geranium infusion added to baby’s bathwater to help calm and soothe. When followed by a massage with the Lavender and Geranimum Baby Moisturiser, you should have yourself one relaxed and sleepy baby!
CrashBoy recently tipped 3/4 of a bottle of Sleepytime Bath into the bath and I reckon it must have sent a suburb of babies and toddlers off to sleep!
I’m looking for 10 CTMs to crash test and review these products. To be considered for the Crash Test Panel, please:
b) comment below letting me know you want to try it and share your best tip for getting your kids to sleep
That’s all! If you’re successful you’ll get a sample and hear from me with guidelines for your crash test and writing a review for the Crash Test Mummies community review site!
NB: This is not a giveaway, you will selected based on suitability for the product :)