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You may remember that I posted about my postpartum skin a few weeks ago and how I was facing itchy, red, and dry skin. After each of my babies I have experienced eczema which I’ve never had before I had my children. It can certainly be bothersome, but easily fixable! Miles is actually my first babe that wasn’t born with eczema. I am pretty certain that it must be related to hormone levels perhaps? My girls had is pretty bad when they were born and Ellie has outgrown it but Olivia still gets flares here and there!
I’ve been using Curél® HYDRA THERAPY on a daily basis since I posted a few weeks ago and can see a noticeable difference in my skin. It’s more soft, less red and best of all? Less itchy. I would wake up in the middle of the night itching my arms and legs until excoriations appeared. Curél® HYDRA THERAPY has helped significantly. Curél® HYDRA THERAPY is dermatologist recommended, fragrance free, and greaseless. Best of all is that it received the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance™, and my acceptance as well 😉 The product was simple to use, just apply right after you step out of the shower and let it soak into your skin!
My morning routine is finally starting to get more regular as I adjust to life with three kids! I make sure to hop out of bed before Miles wakes up to take a quick shower and get ready for the day. This always energizes me and allows me to get focused for the morning hustle. Next, I get each of the girls ready and downstairs for breakfast. After serving both of them, I nurse Miles while I eat breakfast with the girls! After Miles is fed, I will make the girls their lunches and hopefully make it out of the door on time. The girls are in school three days a week right now, so the other two days are a bit more relaxing in the morning since I don’t have to get them off to school. However, that will all change next year when Olivia is in Kindergarten! Whoa!
Motherhood is tough and nailing down a morning routine that works for you is the most difficult but with patience, it will all come together. There are many mornings that are stressful but for the most part this has worked really well for me thus far!