November 13, 2009
Mad Scientist

If you had told me that some of my daughter's favourite toys would include a six-legged "spider", a pig and the ebola virus, I'm not sure I would have believed you.

 

She really enjoys whacking them with each other.  And then slobbering all over them.  And then chowing down vigorously.  And then slobbering again for good measure.  There's been some concern expressed that she's attempting to cross-breed our next pandemic...

 

We've been pretty relaxed so far about germs and toys, but some of her toys are getting a bit stiff with saliva and it's probably past time to introduce Incy-Wincy and company to the washing machine.

 

Anyone have tips on the best way to launder stuffed animals?


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On November 15, 2009 at 02:38 am
Childlife said:
What a little doll you have there! So funny about her toy faves -- we've had some odd picks at our place too :D



And LOTS of trips through the washing machine. Ours kiddos stuffed animal buddies have always done really well by letting them soak in warm water with Dreft or Woolite, then finishing up with the gentle cycle and air drying.



(We had one dryer casualty once and it wasn't pretty!)



So glad you stopped by MMM!



~Michelle @ 5MFSN


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