A massaged toddler is a happy toddler

3 Jul

Mummy Says...

There is something so calming and reassuring about following a routine with a little one. I’ve always believed it, but I’ve also been reminded of it by a lovely little oil in a bottle over the last few weeks. I’m talking massage, and massage oil.

I wish it were me on the receiving end, but it has actually been the Little Mister. He’s been one lucky monkey that’s for sure – and he knows it. We were sent the lovely ‘hello mellow’ organic massage oil to try out by Organic Monkey a short time back, and also sent a tub of their bumfluff nappy balm. Both were an absolute hit in our house, but I’ll start with the massage oil because it really has made an impact.

We started working massage into our night time routine with the Little Mister when he was about 12 weeks old. We always followed…

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