I have a toddler that loves bubbles but isn't the most coordinated! Sometimes when your kids are playing with bubbles, they can go into their eyes or mouth... So.. I found that the solution to that is to use her "tearless" bath soap! You can either use the shampoo or bubble bath, just make sure it's the tearless version!
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I know 0 calories and zero nutrition BUT as a former DP drinker who drank it at meals and EVERY day - I now have that Diet Pepsi as a treat. When the urge to have the cookie or cake pops up a Diet Pepsi can tame that demon!
PS a fountain soda has less bubbles (in General) so less of a bloated feeling
A bubble bath has always helped me to relax. Yesterday while was taking a bath I had an idea. I turned on my machine that has sounds such as rain, water fall etc. The soothing bath and the calming sounds took my stresses away.
sound mach ine and a bubble bath
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