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Stuffed animal wash day

This bath time we made not only bath time for my kids but for their stuffed animals too. (my kid love playing with stuffed animals and they often do need a good cleaning) 
So I added~
stuffed animals
two toy bath's
wash rags
cups
shampoo (tear free of course)
hair brush
and foaming bath soap

My kids loved this, and we will revisit this when more animals need to be clean.
This is also a good idea for any kid learning to wash and clean themselves. My kids def, learn but showing how to do things. So to have them hands on cleaning and brushing their animal worked well.

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