Hand washing is a very important habit that every parent and teacher needs to teach children to get into the habit of doing on a regular basis. We all know that we should wash our hands regularly and that knowledge can be challenging at times even for us as adults to remember. In my house we had made it a habit to wash hands regularly and we taught my daughter the importance of hand washing since it was very important for all of us to be as clean and as germ free as possible for our son’s health. My daughter understood that the yucky germs that get on things we touch, then on our hands can make her bubba sick. We taught her that we could all keep those yucky germs off of us by washing and sanitizing our hands, especially after we use the restroom. To make things easier for her I had let her pick out soap to use for hand washing in the bathroom. Since our son had his surgery, he has been like a normal 2 year old and he has only had one cold since! So, we are not as cautious about germs and bacteria, but we do still practice our hand washing. And since my little man is now in big boy mode with the potty training and uses the toilet most of the time, we have been trying to teach him the habit of hand washing as well! He finds it to be a game, and seems to like the water more than the soap. So when I was given a Bub’Bloop to sample and review for my readers, we took hand washing to a whole other level. Both of my kids love Bub’Bloop! I love him because he combines hand washing with fun! Your kids just squeeze Bub’Bloop and suds come out of his eye, yes you may think gross but the kids love it! My son loves washing his hands now because he can play with Bub’Bloop. I love Bub’Bloop because not only is my son playing, but instead of playing in the water, he is washing his hands! Bub’Bloop is the perfect addition to any bathroom or hand washing area, Bub’Bloop also makes a great stocking stuffer for this holiday season!!!
The products I was given were given as samples for review purposes only. I was not paid to say anything. The opinions in this review are mine.