Homemade Baby Wipes with Lavender

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I am going to keep this short and sweet because today is a busy day! We are leaving for Springfield, Kentucky tomorrow to visit my family for the weekend. But I have not blogged for a little while and I thought it was past due time.

A friend of mine, (who is a coupon girl and savings-lover like me), gave me this recipe for making my own homemade baby wipes. I have been using it for a few months now and I really like it. I want to share it with you. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

1 roll of Bounty or Kroger Home Sense paper towels
2 teaspoons lavender baby oil
4 teaspoons lavender baby bath
4.5 to 5 cups water

You will need a Tupperware container that will hold the roll of paper towels. It needs to have a lid to keep the towels wet. Mix the water, oil, and bath together. Add the paper towels and cover. Check back later and if you prefer you can remove the core and pull the wipes from the center. Or you can leave the core alone and just pull off the towels as usual. So easy. Try different scents if you like. Here is a candid photo of my official Homemade Baby Wipes Tester. He confirms that they work like a charm, even on the tough jobs :)

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