Day with the Basics | Breanne Benton

We love to see how families use Tubby Todd every day. Follow along this series, A Day with the Basics! If you use Tubby Todd in your home, be sure to tag @_themamablog and #adaywiththebasics to share! Today, we are hearing from Breanne Benton from @breanne.benton.

BREANNE BENTON

We reached out to Breanne, a mama of two from the midwest who shares daily doses of her cute kiddos and beautiful home on Instagram. Today, she's talking to us about how she uses Tubby Todd throughout her day and with her little ones.

A DAY WITH BREANNE

"My oldest is twenty months, his name is Augustine but we call him Auggie or August. We just had Frankie Rose in September and she is four months old! They are both so funny and keep me laughing all day!" "Life with a newborn and toddler can be crazy.  Typically everyone is awake by 7:30 am, we eat breakfast and play.  Frankie Rose, the baby, still takes three naps a day (mid-morning, midday, and evening).  My 20-month old, August, naps between 11:30-2:30 pm.  In the afternoons we like to go to the library, or just hang out around the house.  We eat dinner, and then it's time for a bath!"

BEDTIME ROUTINE

"Since becoming a mom, I definitely look at labels way more than I used to.  We always start our bedtime routine with a bath using Tubby Todd Bubble Bath and the Hair & Body Wash.  Auggie has such dry skin, especially during the winter, so right after his bath, I've been applying Tubby Todd's Dream Cream all over his skin.  I have noticed such a difference in his skin!  It's always soft and there are no dry patches!  I've been giving Auggie a massage before bed since he was a baby, we use the Dream Cream for this. It's a great way to wind down!"

WORDS TO LIVE BY

Candice Neistat, a total girl boss said, "Be as wild as you can for as long as you can". I love our wild life and hope our babies love adventure and learn to live life to the fullest!  

 Thank you so much, Breanne, for spending a #daywiththebasics with us!  

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