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Free to be adventurous with all free clear #FreeToBe

This post is sponsored by all free clear but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. #FreeToBe

It’s true that after your first child, you tend to “let go” with the second and in my case the third as well. My third child gets a more laid back mom compared to my first two. I have learned to trust my gut and let my kids enjoy being kids. One thing kids can’t help is to get messy. I depend on all free clear to keep my boys clothes clean. My first son didn’t have it this easy. I worried, a lot and hovered over his every move (more than I should have). Everyday I learn to live a more simple and free life with my kids. My parenting style has evolved and I’d like to think I am doing a pretty descent job. 

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With my first son, I would have spent way to much time attempting to keep him from digging in the garden and trying to keep his clothes clean. My boys have always had super sensitive skin that easily gets irritated by strong fragrance and dyes. Using a detergent for sensitive skin is very important to the health of my family. We have spent weeks trying to get rid of skin irritated rashes and breakouts from dyes and fragrances we didn’t even realize where a problem. 

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The fact that my boys can be messy, they love to get their little hands in the dirt. These days I don’t mind it and enjoy the quiet time they share together getting a little dirty. I can get their clothes clean with this powerful yet 100% hypoallergenic product is really something to celebrate. I don’t worry about their skin because of all free clear laundry detergent.

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Michelle Cantu is a digital influencer who built a thriving community dedicated to supporting parents and inspiring moms to stretch their dollar. Michelle homeschools her 4 kids and lives right outside of San Antonio, Texas.

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