It’s so hard with the children being back to school this September -so much has changed since last year and the fact we are living in a worldwide pandemic.

I have stressed and agonised over sending them back to school this year. I loved having them home for six months but they need to be back in the school environment. Not just for their sake but for mine too. Some days were so hard and at times I did wonder how I was going to get through the day and the next day and the one after that.

Now they are back there is a worry about Covid and keeping them safe. There has already been a confirmed case in their school which was really scary. But we have spoken to them about hygiene and hand washing endless times. As soon as they come home they are straight to the bathroom to wash their hands and they do it automatically now without me asking.

Baylis and Harding have also made this much easier with their amazing new range of children’s soap. The message is clear, wash your hands for 20 seconds to fully get rid of germs. Government advice due to Covid-19 is to sing Happy Birthday twice through while scrubbing your hands.

My little ones love this advice. To help little ones remember and bring some fun to hand washing, Baylis & Harding has created a musical hand wash for kids.

The new hand wash has a motion sensor pump which plays the tune,so a fun way to encourage them to wash their hands and have fun.  trickiest little.

The new Kids Hand Wash is the latest addition in the Baylis & Harding’s Kids Collection. A colourful range with underwater characters, the new hand washes are available in two colours – pink with adorable fishy friend character design and blue featuring a fun and friendly shark. The bubblegum smell is amazing and my two love it. The 250ml bottles are available nationwide priced at £3.50.

It is the little things we can do at these challenging times to make life normal and fun for the little ones and this definitely helps.

*We were sent the hand wash for the purpose of this review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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