The flu has brought tons of dirty laundry to us this past week, thanks to Tide Pods and being a member Socialstars they are helping me combat it one load at a time! All opinions are my own. #TideThat
Housedresss | King Tee
The flu hit our family a week ago. I got it first with King, then Matt started getting really sick, and lastly Zach. We are staying with Matt while my parents are on vacation. Last time Matt had the flu he got so sick that he went unconscious so to say it is scary would be an understatement and to have Matt sick with Zach and King put a lot of stress and worry on my plate. Everyone is finally on the mend now but baby King. After a week he still isn’t feeling well and still throwing up. We took him to the doctor and she said it is normal for little ones to have the flu for two or three weeks. How terrible is that for this sweet babe? It breaks my heart for him. I have been doing laundry non-stop and am so grateful for the little things like clean rags, Pedialyte, Culturel, snuggles, and Tide Pods that make my life a little bit easier with him being sick.
I have had a lot of questions from my last post on Tide Pods about how you use them and if we really love them. The answer is yes, we absolutely love them! I refuse to write about anything that I don’t truly love. I love that they brighten my laundry, remove stains, and are still a detergent. Someone emailed me and asked if they dissolve okay, the answer is YES! They dissolve at whatever temp you put your washing machine at. To use them it is a little bit different than your regular laundry detergent. You put the Tide Pod in an empty washer drum, THEN put your clothes in on top of the Pod, lastly start your washer! Simple and easy right? If you have a big load you put two Pods in. No measuring, no nothing put putting them into your empty drum. Seriously people you will love them and your laundry will never smell better!