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Dial Baby & Kids (Giveaway)

Let me start by saying that the toddler years are fun...and a true test of faith and patience LOL! I love my little tot with everything I have in me. But every day she tests my limits in way I didn't even know were possible. I mostly laugh.

She is a very spirited little girl who LOVES to be outside. I mean she will cry to go outside and sometimes all she wants to do is climb in a chair and sit on the porch and watch the cars go by. On this particular day though...(Jesus be a fence) she wanted to chase lizards, pop bubbles, shred leaves, kick her ball in the sticker bushes and throw a flower pot off the deck to see how far she could get it to go. Maybe softball is in her future, who knows LOL. That said ball ended up bursting from being repeatedly kicked in the sticker bushes...



After our world wind backyard excursion, we go inside to have a snack and settle down a bit. Luckily she likes to wash her hands. I mean, she almost had that lizard!



She really enjoys Dial Watery Melon scented foaming hand soap and she knows that it is "hers." Let's face it, everything these days is HERS! This hand soap smells really good, but most importantly it cleans off all the germs, dirt and grime. I really try to emphasize clean hands with her and luckily she doesn't protest.


After dinner, we had bath time to wash away the rest of the grime and I was glad to have received this Dial Body + Hair wash because she had leaves somehow compacted in her hair!
I like this because it is fragrance free and doesn't have any artificial dyes. I try to avoid anything that may irritate her skin. And this is tear free so it wouldn't burn her eyes if it happened to get there. It cleaned all of the dirt from her skin and it didn't dry out her hair so that is a plus in my book! I just need a housekeeper to come clean out the bathtub! :-)

This was my first time trying Dial for baby and kids and I could see myself purchasing it in the future. Both were gentle on her skin and got my little dust bunny clean. Who could be mad at that?!

Would you like to try these products? You can enter below for your chance to win!

XOXO
RoJo


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**I was sent these products to test. I was not compensated otherwise. All opinions are my own.**

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  1. No product comments, but glad to a child enjoy playing outside!

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    1. I'm so glad she loves being outdoors! Hopefully she won't become consumed by technology and lose sight of the real fun!

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  2. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! =)

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    1. I am a big fan of their baby wash with the soothing vapors!

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  4. I love dial products, Johnson and Johnson, pampers, etc!

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  5. We are a Johnson and Johnson family also

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