Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
Since both of my children have periodic eczema issues, the items that I buy for them to wear are just as important as the items that I buy to clean their skin with. After all, the right kind of fabric can make a world of difference when it comes to mitigating these breakouts, just like the right kind of skin cleanser can! I consider my day made if I can find clothes that keep the kids from having eczematic breakouts and are able to be worn for more than… say, a few months. The weather around where I live can be a bit fickle. Needless to say, I’m sure some of you may have already figured it out that me finding Possum Merino Clothing was the highlight of my week. Not only is it extremely soft, but it doesn’t have the itchy and prickly feelings that come with other wools! In addition, it’s easy to look after and is as simple to wear. As a matter of fact, merino clothing can be worn year-round, through all four seasons!
Designer Merino Babywear comes from one of the several varieties of the merino sheep. And although there are many, From NZ uses the softest wool from the finest merino in the creation of their line of baby clothes. I seriously do not think it can get much better than that. These clothes have prevented my youngest son in particular from breaking out in some of the eczematic rashes that other lines of clothing, other types of clothing have caused. Not only are they affordable, but there’s a wide variety of them — you’re sure to find something that fits your child! You can even tell that every single thing in their line has been made with care. In today’s world, you can’t say that about too many other businesses out there, especially those who are globally large and mass-produce everything.
Given how much I love New Zealand, though, maybe I should move there.
At that point, though, I’d have to look into Home Insulation. I’d also have to look into making sure that the area I moved to had the proper specialists for each of my kids’ specific needs. I’d have to make sure that I had a specialist around for my own needs as well. My oldest son would need to see an eye doctor who specializes in diseases of the kids’ eyes, and my youngest son would need an ENT (ear, nose and throat specialist) because he has problems with his ears. I’d need to see an allergist and a pulmonologist, or lung doctor, myself… although I have heard that New Zealand’s climate is much better than America’s climate. I’d very likely have less asthma attacks then!