Psst! This is my lame attempt at humor.
Here’s a fun craft to do with all those leftover pads you’ve got laying around the bathroom! Butterfly Puppets! When my kid was a pre-schooler he was super into all things butterfly, so we made paper Butterflies On A Stick. This updated craft uses a sparkly pencil for the stick, fuzzy chenille stems for the antenna and…you guessed it…unused and unwanted light days period pads for the wings. The adhesive backing is great because it totally eliminates the need for glue.
So…have I lost my marbles? Gone off the deep end now that school has started? Maybe that low carb diet is making me light headed? Nope, I’m just participating in a fun campaign for Poise to let you know that moms have better options to handle dryness issues. Bloggers all over the country are making totally goofy crafts from period pads to get YOU to try Poise.
Give Poise a try for FREE! Just follow this link to Poise and they’ll be happy send you a free sample.
Hey, did you know that 1 in 3 women experience Light Bladder Leakage (LBL)? Many of us use period pads to keep dry, but Poise is way better at dealing with LBL? Period pads are for periods. Period.
I know its not something we want to talk about, but moms are pretty susceptible to LBL. Last month I had a nasty cold that lasted for two weeks–and every time I coughed I had to cross my legs to keep…you know. That’s not good. And yes, like a complete idiot, I grabbed some light days period pads from my bathroom cabinet and tried to use those for damage control. I wish this Poise campaign had popped up earlier!
But wait! What about all those poor, unused period pads collecting dust in my bathroom cabinet? Well, that’s where #RecycleYourPeriodPad comes in! Let’s have a little fun and do something creative with those old pads. Cause we don’t need them for LBL.
You can manage those little bouts of LBL with Poise Thin-Shape Pads. These are designed to move with your body and feature a super absorbent material that’s 3x drier than period pads to help you take care of leaks with confidence.
Follow stlMotherhood’s board #RecycleYourPeriodPads on Pinterest.