EczemaBlues Cartoon

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Excerpts from the "101 Things Eczema Moms Do Differently" Cartoon Series from EczemaBlues.com

Selena Bluntzer
Many growing steps are intertwined with eczema for instance potty training - apart from making sure the poop lands in the potty there's also the constant watching out for scratching eczema. Potty Training, Girl Problems, Pcos, Sweet Girls, Blues, Cartoon, Feelings, Children, Funny

79 of the 101 things that Moms with Eczema Child do Differently – Potty Training is a Scratch! - Eczema Blues

This is the 79th of my “101 Things that Moms with Eczema Child Do Differently“, a tongue-in-cheek look at the many unique situations that we face. For more cartoons, click here to view.

both eczema and asthma. 14 Month Old, Asthma, Bedtime, Sweet Dreams, Blues, Cartoon, Mom, Night, Children

13 of the 101 things that Moms with Eczema Child do Differently – Challenging Bedtime - Eczema Blues

This is the thirteenth of my “101 Things that Moms with Eczema Child Do Differently“, a tongue-in-cheek look at the many unique situations that we face. For more cartoons, click here to view.

An illustration over at my Eczema Toddlers board reminded me of this cartoon (not funny actually!) TEARS of Mom Days Like This, A Cartoon, Allergies, Toddlers, Hate, Blues, Stress, Parenting, Husband

60 of the 101 things that Moms with Eczema Child do Differently – Tears - Eczema Blues

This is the 60th of my “101 Things that Moms with Eczema Child Do Differently“, a tongue-in-cheek look at the many unique situations that we face. For more cartoons, click here to view.

62 of the 101 things that Moms with Eczema Child do Differently – Not much of Fashion Statement! Disney Characters, Fictional Characters, Blues, Aurora Sleeping Beauty, Medical, Cartoon, Mom, Disney Princess, Children

62 of the 101 things that Moms with Eczema Child do Differently – Not much of Fashion Statement! - Eczema Blues

This is the 62th of my “101 Things that Moms with Eczema Child Do Differently“, a tongue-in-cheek look at the many unique situations that we face. For more cartoons, click here to view.

Swaddling didn't last long once the urge to scratch came. 14 Month Old, Snoopy, Cartoon, Fictional Characters, Cartoons, Fantasy Characters

Swaddling didn't last long once the urge to scratch came.