Saturday, December 15, 2012

I had a Sticky Situations plus contest

When I was little, (maybe 4 or 5 years old)  I remember my dad getting really mad at me for writing on the walls of our house.  My dad was such a peaceful and soft spoken man, so when he yelled and spanked me it made a lasting impression on me.

When my first son was about 2 years old, I remember walking in on him coloring on the walls.  I started yelling at my son and saying the same things my dad said to me.  Then I took a deep breath, smiled and shook my head.  Last month I walked into this Sticky Situation! 

My youngest son was coloring on my walls.  This time I just told him "no" and he repeated "no" to me.  I said "no, we do not color on wall, we color on paper.  

Then the next day, I when to the store and bought him a white board and white board crayons.  I want him to be artistic, just not on my walls. He loves coloring on his new white board and I love that he does not color on my walls anymore.  Also when he is finished coloring, I make sure to put the white board crayons away where he cannot get to them.    

Have you ever been in a Sticky Situations like me?  Well, Wet Ones has a place where you can share all of your Sticky Situations and find tips on how to deal with Sticky Situations, their Facebook Contest page! 

Simply log on and share your story and tips, and you can be entered to win an iPad Mini or Six Flags Tickets!

I entered today and it was easy and does not take long at all.  
Click here to enter.

I look forward to seeing all your entries. 

Disclosure:  “I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Wet Ones. I received a promotional item to thank me for participating.”

Friday, December 14, 2012

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Disclamer: I  received a free sample courtesy of Smiley360.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Our Littlest Pet Shop party

We invited some friends over for a Littlest Pet Shop Viewing Party.  My daughter and her friends like to watch The Littlest Pet Show, and we excited to see the new episode "Blythe's Big Adventure". 

 It is a really cute episode about a little girl name Blythe Baxter and she moves to the big city to live in an apartment above the Littlest Pet Shop. Blythe also learns she can now talk to the animals and they spend their time on fun musical adventures.  They also work together to save The Littlest Pet shop from going out of business, by hosting a pet fashion show.  You will have to watch the show to see if they success in there quest. 

 These are the Penny Ling Panda Cup Cakes I made for my Littlest Pet Shop Party. They are so cute because they look like little paw prints.   They also taste as good as they look.  Best of all they are easy to make!

 This is what I received for my Littlest Pet Shop Party. Thanks you to Mommyparties and The Hub for the goodies.  Each girl received a Littlest Pet shop hair brush, lip balm and mask; not to mention we were able to watch The Littlest Pet Show's new episode "Blythe's Big Adventure".

 A part is not a party without the food, so here is some of the food I made for our Littlest Pet shop Party. We had Penny Ling Panda Cup cakes, Chocolate popcorn and fruit dip. I made some fruit punch to drink.  Since we had our party on a Friday night I made some homemade pizza for the kids to eat too.  

Here are the girls and their parents watching the new Littlest Pet shop episode "Blythe's big adventure" at my Littlest Pet shop Party.  It is a cute and fun show to watch.  

 Here we are eating some homemade pizza and other goodies at our Littlest Pet Shop Party.  After we ate our pizza I cleared the table and the girls made Zoe's edible diva jewelry.  The girls loved creating yummy jewelry with candy.  They all looked fabulous in their necklaces.   

 This is one of the girls showing us her Penny Ling Panda Cup Cakes. It was Yummy.

We also had some animals at our Littlest Pet Shop Party.  Here are the kids wearing there Littlest Pet Shop mask and 
edible diva necklace.  

We all had a great time at our party and cannot wait to see what new episode of The Littlest Pet Shop is next on the HUB.

Disclaimer: I was selected by Mommy parties through Mom Select and sponsored by the hub to host this party.  I did receive free products for hosting this party but all opinions are 100% my own.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Add a little Christmas decore to your bathroom or kitchen with Dial Complete foaming hand wash.

The Christmas season is up on us and we are decorating out house with all the warmth of the Christmas season. We have wreaths, ....  But you do not have to stop there.  You can even add a little Christmas holiday spirit to your bathroom with Dial Complete foaming hand wash.  Their limited editions holiday designs are a great way to add the holiday decor to your house.      The holiday collection come in four cheerful designs; Santa, Snowman, Candy Cane and Holiday Scene.  Put them in your bathroom or kitchen to add the spirit of Christmas to your home.

As always these decorative bottles contain dial complete;s #1 doctor recommended antibacterial foaming hand wash.  The formula kills 99.99% if germs in the household setting while still being gentle on skin.

Here is what I think:

What is not to like?  I tried the Dial Complete foaming hand wash snowman pump and it is a cute and adds a little holiday decor to my bathroom.  I just love snowman.   

As you can see it is so easy to use my two year old can wash is own hands and that helps me out.  What I love most is Dial Complete foaming hand wash kills germs that is why I am hooked on it. It also smells good too.

Disclosure: I was send free products from Purex to review.  However, opinions expressed are my own and were not swayed by receiving free products.