Why My Kids are #FreeToBe Happy, no Matter What they are (or Aren't) Wearing!

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If you've been to my house lately, you may wonder if there is any structure at all.  There is usually one child playing loudly on the piano, another may be sketching, two are probably wrestling on the couch, and at least one is snacking.  While I would like to think that I can run a tight ship, the truth is that I'm more likely to help the children explore the world around them -- on their time -- but with a few gentle boundaries.

That's because I've learned through 16 years of parenting that kids really do well when they are "free to be" themselves.  And this often means that, until the kids are around 5, they go without shoes outside, and without shirts (or even pants) inside. When they do wear clothes, I want them to be comfy and free from irritations.

So when this little rascal (above) wants to tear the blankets off my couch and wrap up in them for a tickle-fight, I let him. I know that the blanket has just be washed in all free clear and that no harsh perfumes or dyes will irritate his sensitive baby skin.  And because I'm likely to throw his clothes -- and the blankets -- all in one wash load, it's easy to wash everyone's laundry with the gentle but effective power of these products.

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