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Almost a month ago, Grace and I attempted a bath paint experiment that went horribly wrong. We were stained for days weeks. After lamenting about our stained bellies on Twitter, I received two bits of information.
One email was a testimonial for the recipe for bath paints at Mom Advice. I love Mom Advice, and I want to try out the recipe Amy posted, but I haven’t gotten the chance just yet.
The other was from my friend at KaNani Essentials. She told me how to make bath paints, but she also sent me some a bottle of organic bath paint that is guaranteed not to stain.
I was leery about the guaranteed not to stain part, especially after our earlier experiment.
Turns out there was nothing to worry about. KaNani’s paints arrived, and they are even better than I imagined. They have a nice consistency, perfect for finger painting, and they are brightly colored and smell wonderful.
KaNani’s paints are made from all organic and all natural ingredients. Joe was marveling at how the coloring stays in the paint and doesn’t soak into our skin.
We can’t figure it out, but it works.
In case you’re wondering, Grace doesn’t wear her diaper when she’s taking a bath. We don’t actually use the paints during bath time. They get too diluted, and the painting isn’t as fun.
Instead, Grace paints in the bathtub until she’s had enough, and then we run water and give her a bath. She can continue to coleur with her crayons, but doesn’t get any new paint in her dish.
Bath paint works for us, and it works for Gracie Anna.
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