Homemade Baby Wipes

I began making my own baby wipes when Jesse was a few months old. But only this year have I got it down to a science, so I thought I’d share my method with you. You’ll need Olive Oil, Baby Shampoo, Paper towels, and a wiper container to store them in. A note on the - [Continue Reading...]
  • Amanda Baughman

    DIY baby wipes. Probably use Burts Bees instead, but this is a good idea!

  • Elizabeth Rybolt

    Homemade Baby Wipes - Trina Holden - folding the paper towels in case you can't find a cylindrical container to fit a half roll

  • mcheatham

    Homemade Baby Wipes: 3/4 cup H2O. 1Tbsp Olive Oil. 1Tbsp Baby Shampoo.

  • Meaghan Champagne

    homemade wipes

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