Written by The Intolerant Gourmand
The sheer volume of cream required to keep Callum comfortable in the early days of treatment meant that huge pumps of cream were in constant supply. Our daughter very quickly named it 'operation slick' which stuck with the whole family, and described perfectly the situation we were all in.
Thankfully, Callum was a very accommodating baby, and happily allowed us to do what we needed to in the road to improving his situation. He was often covered in white cream and looked as if we had been some what over zealous
(I was also happy as it meant my hands were constantly getting moisturised, which couldn't be a bad thing)
The photo included in this post is just 48hrs after hospital admittance, appearing much happier, and with calmer, less irritated skin, thank goodness! It was short lived....!