Disclaimer: “This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Dreft. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.”
Babies are so cute and simply adorable but they can also be very messy at times! Well thanks to Dreft Laundry Detergent they know exactly how to clean up those nasty little food stains.
I don’t know about your baby but it’s like the moment Jada starts to eat her food it ends up everywhere even in her hair…really Jada! Do you know that studies show that smashing, throwing and playing with food actually helps babies learn? And it is noted that science has confirmed that kids enjoy playing in their food, dirt and mud because it actually helps our children relax and stay calm, it even makes them very happy. I agree with that statement because look at Jada making a mess, she’s as happy as can be below.
Actually, I enjoy seeing Jada make a mess and I never worry about the cleanup of her clothing because each time Dreft gets those nasty stains out and keeps her clothes smelling fresh and clean. Dreft also knows that there is no two messy babies alike out there, that’s why they have put together the #MessiestBabyContest hosted by Dreft and Parent’s Magazine.
Now moms Dreft has also partnered with actress and model, Molly Sims, to host the #messiestbabycontest competition.
On Oct 25th in New York City Molly Sim’s attended the Dreft event to kick off the Messiest Baby Contest. Plus Dreft also partnered with Dr. Hes, Dr Hes is a Medical Director of Gramercy Pediatrics and was recently named a 2013 top doctor by NEW YORK magazine.
She also shares with us mom’s a few “messy baby” tips like: Count the fun and use your fingers: Use your little one’s food as a fantastic way to learn how to begin counting & Throwing practice: Throwing food can definitely be messy, but did you know it helps with their development?
Listen parents, if you too have a messy baby then this will be the best contest you’ve ever entered your baby in. Don’t wait visit this link parents.com/dreftmessiestbabycontest so you can enter your little one in the #Messiest Baby Contest.
For many years Dreft has been the No. 1 baby laundry detergent choice of pediatricians and a trusted brand for more than 80 years for us parents. I love that I have been able to use Dreft products from the time my children were babies until they were toddlers. Actually no matter what stage your little messy baby is in Dreft will still meet your little one’s laundry needs with ease.
Dreft Stage One Newborn’s hypoallergenic formula is gentle on newborn baby’s skin and Dreft Stage 2 Active Baby is specially formulated to tackle stains after baby starts eating solid foods and crawling all over the place. Both of these Dreft products are a must have on hand for your little babies and let’s not forget Dreft Blissfuls which I love so much!
I’m telling you Dreft really does have you covered – all of you. Again don’t wait, you have to enter the #messiestbabycontest you never know your little one might be the one who wins that cover spot on the Parenting Magazine! Again here is the linkParents.com….good luck!
Make sure you upload a picture to all your social sites so we can see your #messiestbaby pictures and tag @Dreft also.
Listen, we are hosting a giveaway for a “Messiest Baby” prize package, which will include:
Just enter below and good luck click giveaway banner.
Wait there’s more, Dreft is having a #MessiestBabyContest Twitter Party on Monday, November 14th from 9PM-10Pm EST. You and all your friends are invited, just RSVP here: There are some really great prizes including an iRobot Roomba!
- Prize 1: Dreft product + Swiffer Steam Boost ($50)
- Prize 2: Dreft product + $100 AMEX
- Prize 3: Dreft product + Step 2 Sandbox with Cover ($50)
- GRAND PRIZE: Dreft product + iRobot Roomba 650 ($325)
- RSVP: Dreft product
Don’t forget now you must RSVP
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Disclaimer: “This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Dreft. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.“