Five years ago, we moved into our house. We signed the final papers on the new home the day before I delivered my daughter, and we moved in one week later. With a two-year-old and a six-day-old, we moved into a brand-spanking-new home with stunning wood floors and fresh paint on all the walls.
The possibilities were endless!
Unfortunately, so were the sleepless nights and the diaper changes and the all the other challenges that come with toddlers and babies, and before we knew it, we’d been here for several years and still couldn’t decide on what to hang over the fireplace!
Which brings us to today. Five years after we first moved in. Our home is well-lived-in and functional, but not at all the neatly pieced together home I imagined it would be. I want decor, you guys! A white fireplace. Colorful art on the walls. Whimsical knick-knacks on my mantel. Kids rooms with themes.
A few weeks ago, we decided it was time. We are finally getting our house together, and it’s starting with the small spaces. Like the kids’ bathroom.
This post was sponsored by hello, and I received product so I could try everything out. All opinions are my own. Be sure to grab your own bathroom printables below to make your bathroom a happier place!
These printables were inspired by toothpaste, y’all – read on!hello (lower case “h”) is an oral care brand that creates tasty, naturally friendly oral care products. Their mission is to make the world a friendlier place, starting with your mouth (and my mouth, and everyone’s mouths!). I’ve partnered with hello to share their awesomely friendly and effective products with you guys.
As soon as I opened up the box and pulled out the Mojito Mint, I knew I needed to brighten up the bathroom with some fun bathroom printables based on the cheerful green tube of toothpaste. I made these with a happy, friendly bathroom in mind – the kind of place that makes you want to brush your teeth until they sparkle (I like to call Claire Queen Sparklechompers).
All hello products are vegan and free of triclosan and microbeads. They also have fluoride and fluoride-free options for both kids and adults in lots of flavors (I’m into Mojito Mint…Claire’s digging the Supermint, and Jack likes the Natural Watermelon).
You can also get hello toothbrushes (with handles made from 50% recycled materials) and breath sprays without any alcohol, dyes, artificial sweeteners or propellant (and I have a really funny breath spray story, but I’ll save that for another post).
The bright packaging, fun flavors and friendly vibe I get from this toothpaste really does make it more fun to brush my teeth (I am brushing in eager anticipation of finishing off this tube and wondering which one will I use next?). Toothpaste should be fun like that. ALSO – you can buy it at Target or Amazon. I pretty much buy everything from Target or Amazon, so…yay!
You can shop for hello products here.
Click on the download button below to download these bathroom printables for yourself! 🙂
And just like that, my kids have something cute in their bathroom, everyone is inspired to brush their teeth, and I feel like I’m winning at home decor. Woohoo! Now let’s just hope it doesn’t take me five more years to get to the next room.