This week we got out the sensory box, which I filled with some soil, small plant pots, spades, watering cans and pea seeds.
Then the boys had fun playing. A just liked filling and emptying the plant pots, but O filled the pots 1 by 1, planted his pea seeds and then watered them all by himself. I love watching how he can do tasks like this all by himself without any help from me! It does make me a little sad that he’s growing up so fast though. I watch A and think that O was just like that a year or 2 ago.
After all that planting and playing in the soil we cleaned our hands outside in the sun. I filled the basin up and took it outside in the sun. I recently received the Bruzz nail brush and so we tested out how good it was at cleaning our nails.
I was really impressed, it’s not as harsh as other nail brushes I’ve tried, it’s lovely and soft, with brushes in a ‘U’ shape along the length of the Bruzz, which is great for all round cleaning. The way the brushes are positioned means there is very little splash-back, great to prevent the showers of muddy water spray that normally happens when we brush our nails after gardening! The brush is also antibacterial and impregnated with vanilla extract to ensure nails are healthy and clean.
O loved using the brush too, it’s the perfect size for small hands and fun to use as well. He could hold onto it well while cleaning his nails. We even tried cleaning our toes with it, but it turns out that was just very tickly for him!!
Here’s a before and after of my nails to show you how good the Bruzz was at cleaning them. The black brush part of the Bruzz is also removable so you can clean it too. The Bruzz is available in pink, blue or white at Boots and online at Boots.com for £9.99.
Now, fingers crossed that O’s peas grow!
Disclaimer: I received a Bruzz brush in return for this review.