My name is Ashley and I am a mom of two sweet, young daughters. I am a self-proclaimed “mom of it all”. I am a wife, a daughter, and a mother, and I try to do what is best for my family, including working to keep them healthy and happy.
In our home, we have a diaper bag for everything. I use it everyday for everything from wiping the bottom of my daughter’s diaper to putting her to bed. However, even though it was a pretty decent bag, I still have problems with it. And that’s what makes this list for me.
While I haven’t had a problem with diapers it’s very likely that I would have had a problem with this list if I hadn’t been in the bathroom at the time. I will admit that I was afraid I would need to get incontinence pads from my daughter while we were at Disney World the other day so I could put these to good use.
I know I am not the only one that has a problem with this. With the way things have been going lately, it’s easy to forget to wipe the bottom. Plus, if you’ve ever wet yourself during a period, you know that this can cause all sorts of painful problems.
I do hate when this happens, but there is a reason that I put these items in my bathroom: to help me keep the toilet lid up. I am not talking about just a few months, but every single time I have to wipe the bottom of my toilet to remove any remnants of my period, I want to be able to just put a couple paper towels underneath the lid and wipe clean.
But when you’re on period, you aren’t really alone, and your hygiene is probably a little more complicated. There are many products out there on the market that can help you stay dry during periods. I’m talking about those “period sanitary pads,” which are basically thin sheets of material that you can stick on the bottom of your toilet to help you keep dry.
If youre on period, you will probably be taking a lot of pills, and your body is going to need the help, so a pad can be helpful. But what if I were to tell you that you could use a pad that would actually eliminate your period? Of course, you would be horrified. The solution is the GRAIN pad, and its the best pad money can buy.
The problem with the GRAIN pad is that although it seems to be free, you have to pay $19.95 for it. In case you don’t know what the GRAIN stands for, it’s usually used on your butt in the bathroom, but it’s kind of like a gel pad, but it is basically reusable. I guess my point is that you should be using an actual pad that you’re going to get every month, not a disposable one.
The GRAIN pad has been around for almost two decades, and has been used for the purpose it was intended. I think it should be included in the price of pads.
I just want to be clear, its not a disposable pad. It can be used for a long time, and it’s got a nice, sturdy construction. I think that is its biggest problem, as it is going to become uncomfortable after a few uses.