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My toddler has red bumps on her legs. She also has a few on her trunk and arms. These red bumps are spread out and are not bothering her. Poison ivy?

Patches or streaks? Poison ivy tends to start as small blisters in patches or long streaks where the ivy plant comes in contact or a kids contaminated hand or fingers spread the antigen. The thick skin of the palm or finger pads tend not to break out but ivy juice under fingernails spread where a kid scratches. If you see individual bumps scattered around it is likely something else.

I have red bumps on the bottom of my feet that blister then dry. The started in the middle then spread to the top and the heel.

Likely verruca. Vulgaris or common warts. Without an exam is not possible to get a firm diagnosis otherwise. I would suggest either a health tap paid consult or seeing your physician so that you can have the right treatment.