Toot toot. Hurray, we’ve nearly made it through the night sleeping (ok, some nights). Next stop on the toddler train is toilet training. Whether you don’t mind the dirty nappies or you can’t wait to see the back of them, the one thing you can’t wrap up in a nappy is your mattress. Or can you? We’ve created our Expect-a-Spill sheets and bed pads to make your life easier...keeping your mattress is protected, your little one in quilted (sleeping!) comfort and your washing machine doing the hard work instead of your bank account.
Toilet training is stressful enough as it is, the last thing we want to be doing is stripping the bed every day and googling “how to get rid of pee smell” in the middle of the night as we frantically pour baking soda over stain and hope for the best.
What we have learnt collectively as parents:
And I couldn’t write a toilet training blog without mentioning that it is a complete myth that it MUST be all under control by a certain age. I’ve seen mums complaining in online groups that their 2.5 year old is ‘regressing’ or their 3 year olds are not interested. Seriously we need to stop this. The child is ready when they are ready. Toilet training is like any other life skill our children need to learn like walking, speaking, writing etc. Every child is different, some will pick it up in a matter of days and others will refuse to park their bums on a toilet until they’re 4 or older. It’s not a race.
So let’s give our kids a break and let’s stop breaking OUR backs changing the kid’s sheets every night unnecessarily. But for those accidents (which are going to happen – soz!) our Expect- A –Spill sheets and bed pads have got your back!
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Hosting a low-waste Christmas Day is acheivable and so so easy to do!
We all know that over December, Christmas time is a big month for waste. We think 'it’s only one day', but there are around 7.8 billion people in the world, and that means an INSANE amount of waste for just 'one day'.
Here’s what you can do on Christmas Day for Mother Earth... and our future generations.