Bidet or Cottonelle Flushable Wipes #LetsTalkBums

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If someone stopped me in the airport to ask about my bum routine I think I might die. But then Cherry Healy and I would be best buds because we share the same thoughts about wiping baby bums. If we do it on our kids why wouldn’t we keep doing it when they are out of diapers! Since I don’t have a bidet lying around my house at the moment it seems logical to use the Cottonelle clean routine instead. In fact I’ve never even tried a bidet in my life. I’m a little too scared of them. I feel like they may soak my clothing while I’m hovering there. “Excuse me Miss, You had a giant wet spot on the backside of your clothing.” Oh yes, don’t mind me I was just trying to get my rushy clean with a geyser of water in the bathroom. I think if I had a bidet story to share it would start out like that.

After potty training my oldest daughter we starting using Cottonelle wipes in our house daily. I felt better knowing that she was getting clean down there without getting infections and icky things like that. It also saved our bathroom floors a few times. Because when you are using dry paper it seems to take so much to get clean, leaving lots of clogged toilets to overflow. With the Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Cleansing Cloths I don’t have to worry about that! I know that they dissolve like toilet paper but not in your hands or in the handy newly designed container. I love the new design of the container. It’s so much easier to get the wipes out. Plus the solid white container makes it fun to create your own fun designs. I’ve seen a few bloggers decorate theirs with Washi tape or the colorful Sharpies.

Join in the #LetsTalkBums conversation on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #LetsTalkBums Chat with Cherry Healy on the Cottonelle Facebook page!

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Disclosure: I am bringing this post to you through my partnership with Cottonelle, their new Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Cleansing Cloths, and sharing the news about their #LetsTalkBums campaign.

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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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