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eucalyptus oil water play for kids

This morning both my kids woke up congested, with that being said its time to knock it out now before it gets any worse. We are eating fruit trying hot showers and different sensory play with things to try to help.
This sensory play we added some eucalyptus oil to a big bin of water and added some toys.
I must note adding eucalyptus oil to water for play should only be done for kids who you know for sure will not drink the water or splash it in their eyes. 
Both my kids know both of these rules but are still watched when playing.
Comment below with your tricks or tips on making kids feel better during this sick season. 


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