Mere Raises A Baby

Sorry in advance, future generations!

Shiny Object of the Moment

on July 9, 2013

Move over, neon nail polish! Your five minutes is up and you’ve been replaced as my current obsession. SO: If you have kids or have shopped for gifts for friends with kids, you are probably at least familiar with the Aden + Anais line of blankets. They are famous for their supersoft muslin and cotton baby blankets. Their blankets are, indeed, awesome. This post has nothing to do with their blankets. You *might* be aware that Aden + Anais has a skincare line called Mum + Bub. It’s pretty fantastic. There is a hair and body wash as well as a lotion, and their whole thing about their skincare is that it is “designed for mums but gentle enough for babies.” So basically you can share your products between yourself and your baby, which is a nice convenience, but really people love their stuff because it smells like Heaven, and a little bit of sandalwood. I would not be disappointed if I got to Heaven and it smelled like Aden + Anais. BUT this post has nothing to do with their skin care either. Nope. Laundry. This post is about laundry.

It seems natural that a company known for their soft blankets would produce a detergent and fabric softener, sure, but I don’t know what took them so dang long. I haven’t tried the detergent yet because I’m really stupid, but I bought the fabric softener off Amazon and OHMIGAWD. It’s fantastic! It leaves my clothes feeling super soft and OMG that SMELL. It’s the same heavenly light sandalwood scent as the Mum + Bub skin care line, but all over my clothes. And D’s clothes. And, thanks to being made from a gentle, naturally-derived formula, Baby A’s clothes. It actually makes me WANT to do laundry, which I don’t think has ever happened before.

So. Yes. In my world of quickly shifting product obsessions, Aden + Anais fabric softener is currently winning. Next time you run in to me in public smell my clothes. You won’t be sorry!



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