Dreft #MessiestBabyContest and Giveaway

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Welcome All…to the Dreft #MessiestBabyContest and Giveaway

Babies and toddlers are sweet and cuddly and oh we do love them…but they are MESSY.

Getting dirty is just a fact of life and it isn’t always a bad thing.  Getting into messes is a learning experience.  Children are able to experience different textures, smells and often tastes.  And above all getting messy is FUN.

Give your children the opportunity to get down and dirty now and then.  Finger painting is a great activity.  The cool creaminess of the paint…the bright and vivid colors…the realization of mixing two colors together, to create a third color, and the pride when that painting is hung on the fridge for all to see.

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Food play is another fantastic adventure for kids.  As long as older children understand when playing with their food is appropriate.  I think that we all have those first birthday cake smashing photos of our little ones.  Some approach it timidly – dipping a finger into the frosting and gingerly licking it off.  Others will dive in head first savoring every morsel with relish.

Get outside and make mud pies.  Let the mud squish between fingers and toes.

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But, what do we do in the aftermath of all the MESS? Dreft to the rescue! Now there are 2 formulas available, along with great smelling Blissfuls Scent Booster.

About Dreft

dmb-8Whether you’re a first timer or the greatest, grandest mother of them all, there’s one thing moms have agreed on for over 80 years – Dreft baby detergent makes your little one’s fabrics feel as clean and gentle as can be. Dreft is specially formulated to be gentle on babies’ clothing and skin; Tough on Stains; Gentle on Baby.

Now, Dreft has a product for every stage of babyhood. Formulated to be gentle on baby’s skin and tough on stains, Dreft’s new family of products has you covered every step of the way on the big, messy, beautiful journey of #Amazinghood.

Dreft has been the #1 recommended detergent by pediatrician for years, and now is officially endorsed by Dr. Dyan Hes. Dr. Hes shares messy baby tips, and how they help babies’ development.

 

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.

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 To enter the America’s Messiest Baby Contest take a photo of your messy baby, aged 6 months to 2 years. Upload your photo (http://www.parents.com/dreftmessiestbabycontest/), or post your photo to Twitter or Instagram with #messiestbabycontest. Ten finalists will be brought to New York City for a professional photo shoot. The grand prize winner will be featured on the May 2017 cover of Parents. All winners will receive a supply of Dreft products for their messy babies!

Dreft wants to help you clean up all those baby messes in a couple of ways.

  • Enter the #MessiestBabyContest sponsored by Dreft and Parents Magazine.
  • Enter the contest here on Beautiful Touches.
  • Attened the #MessiestBabyContest Twitter Party. Monday, November 14th from 9 – 10pm EST .  RSVP HERE.  There will be fantastic prizes including an iRobot Roomba!

 

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And now for our GIVEAWAY.  Enter via the handy dandy Rafflecopter from, below.  US only.  Ends 11/16/16 at 11:59PM EST

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(Beautiful Touches is not responsible for the awarding of prize.)

 

Libby

Married for eons, mom of 10, Nonnie to 26 with a great grand coming soon, to add to the mix. Avid reader and photo taker, scrapbook queen and jewelry maker. Collector of dishes, planners and pens. Lover of animals, chocolate and spends…long hours soaking in the spa tub (with a fully charged tablet, diet soda, and grub). She’s worn lots of hats, tossed most to the wind, and doesn’t mind starting all over again. Every day is a new adventure…come along for the ride!

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75 thoughts on “Dreft #MessiestBabyContest and Giveaway

  • the messiest moments were always during meal time and pasta was the usual meal that was highly messy.

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  • On my son’s first birthday he had cake and ice cream from head to toe — went straight from his highchair to the bath. He was happy!

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  • When eating birthday cake!

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  • My grandson’s messiest moment was his 1st birthday party and eating his smash cake! He had it all over him and it was a massive clean up job.

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  • My kids messiest moments is when they are eating dinner. They like to play with their food and it gets all over them. Spaghetti is the worst or cake!

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  • My son gets messy doing art and crafts and I trust dreft to keep his clothes clean and smelling fresh.

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  • I have a picture of my son from when he was younger, coated in spaghetti sauce.

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  • One of my kids’ messiest moments was playing with flour while I was busy in baking. They got creative for making their own version of birthday cake with fruit and flour.

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  • Eating ice cream is the messiest.

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  • getting blue birthday cake all over our new white furniture. Made for beautiful baby artwork

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  • My son’s messiest moment is every time he eats pomegranates. That juice will stain everything so I always make sure to wear old clothes. I learned that really quickly. 🙂
    thanks!

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  • One of my sons messiest moments was when he ate blueberries for the first time. He was a blue/purple mess 🙂

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  • When my son ate his chocolate birthday cake he had chocolate all over his face

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  • Oh I think our messiest was the first birthday! Grandma brought the first birthday small cake just for him…with bright royal blue frosting. Oh it was everywhere…so messy and so fun!

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  • My baby’s got messy when they ate mashed bananas.

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  • One of my favorite messiest moments was when my son would finger paint. I always put a plastic tarp down and let him have fun being creative! 🙂

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  • She got really messy with her chocolate cupcakes during her bday in her early years!

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  • Major blowouts are all my messiest moment memories!!

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  • I love first birthday cake messy!

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  • My daughters first birthday cake was very messy but we have so many great pictures.

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  • My son liked to play in a dirt pile in the back yard. He went out and got in it after a heavy rain and came back covered in mud.

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  • messiest moment is during the smash cake aka the first birthday cake.

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  • My grandsons messiest moment was his birthday smash cake. He had blue frosting and cake every where.

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  • Paisley’s messiest moment by far was feeding herself Ravioli!

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  • I think it would be more of , ( when isn’t it a messy moment for the little ones,LO ) Always at dinner, snack time and just plain old craft time..
    @tisonlyme143

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  • I don’t have a baby, but my oldest nieces messiest moment was her first birthday. She had her own birthday cake and dove into it head first! There was cake everywhere!

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  • When my kids would eat Spaghetti – that was always the messiest moments

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  • The messiest moment was when my son had a black marker and decorated his face.

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  • My son had brownies everywhere… Even in his hair!

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  • My childrens messiest moment have always included cake.

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  • The messiest moments are every day! LOL Probably when my sons ate spaghetti and got sauce all over them.

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  • my son smeared his food all in the back seat of the car on him the window im like nooooo but all was good just ice cream came off

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  • Eating spaghetti was messy from head to toe!

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  • I am remembering the time she had mashed potatoes in her hair.

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  • The messiest of all messes for me was when my twins grabbed a hold of a tub of Destin and used it to wipe and make hand prints all over the walls! It was cute, funny, and so messy!

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  • The biggest mess I had, was when my 3 year old thought she was helping out. She filled the dishwasher with regular dish liquid, and turned it on. I think I am still cleaning up soap suds.

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  • My favorite messy moment was when she has ziti with sauce for the first time. The sauce went everywhere.

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  • painting is our messiest moment

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  • When they eat Spaghetti .

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  • My son gets messy when he eats cake and ice cream.

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  • My niece decorated a cake at Christmas last year and frosting got ALL over the kitchen and herself

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  • the day she decided she could put her bowl of cereal on the table!! well i think you can picture it!! LOL

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  • My babies Messiest Moment was always the first birthday cake. So much fun.

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  • We were at a restaurant and I turned away for a second, looked back and found my little one covered in food

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  • My messiest moment was when my husband decided it was a good idea
    to let our 2 year old son help him change his oil.

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  • His messiest moment was when he had sauce it got it all over the place.

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  • My baby’s messiest moment was when she was eating spaghetti & playing in her hair! What a mess it was!

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  • Any time my grandkids eat is their messiest moments. Especially when I make spaghetti they wear most of it

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  • Spaghetti or anything to do with pasta and sauce. So good. So messy.

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  • My daughter’s messy moment was when she was little and found the baby powder. Before I knew what was happening, there was baby powder all over the living room. It was a foggy mess that took a really long time to clean up. I did have to laugh though.

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  • There are so many. Over the summer my 12 month old grandson had his first ice cream cone and was a crazy mess.

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  • My son’s chocolate cake and ice cream at his first birthday party was all over him and the floor. It was so messy, but tons of fun!

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  • My now 11 year old son smeared poop all over himself and his entire room.

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  • MY DAUGHTER HAS A LOT OF MESSY MOMENTS. HER FAVORITE THING TO DO IS TO FEED HER DOLLS AND STUFFED ANIMALS. I AM ALWAYS FINDING CRUMBS AND STICKY STUFF ON HER DOLLS AND ANIMAL FRIENDS LOL.

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  • My twin daughters first birthday and they both had their own little cakes. I had double the mess and they had a great time

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  • My Granddaughter recently visited, and she tried rice ceral for the first time. We had it on our walls, the floor, the dog, on her clothes,hair, and face.

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  • Eating spaghetti!

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  • When my son tried mashed potatoes he ended up getting it all stuck to his eyelashes!

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  • When she started eating peaches and it would just get everywhere

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  • His first birthday because he had cake on his face, in his hair and every where.

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  • Chocolate cupcakes during one of her 1st parties!

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  • My niece took a chocolate bunny from her Easter basket when no one was looking, went behind a chair and came out covered in chocolate. She’s a sneaky one!

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  • My sons messiest moment is when he started feeding himself, I gave him bananas and it was everywhere.

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  • during our thanksgiving dinner, when he somehow got on the table and went wild

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  • One of my babies’ messiest moments as when we gave him a bowl of fruit salad.

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  • Messiest moment was when he got sauce all over his clothes and face.

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  • MY NIECE’S MESSIEST MOMENT WAS GETTING INTO SOME PUDDING.

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  • My Chloe Pearl drew with crayons all over her white door.

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  • Teething biscuits were my daugthers messiest moment… brown cookie gunk just spread across her face, hair, arms and hands.

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  • Baby’s messiest moment was first taste of frosting it was everywhere.

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  • Messiest moment is having fun on the farm playing on the tractor and in the fields and pastures!

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  • My kids are fairly neat eaters and always have been. Cakes are probably our messiest food because icing gets all over little faces.

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  • One of my daughter’s messiest moment was and still is when she paints. She likes to make hand printing and finger printing. Thanks for the chance to win such an amazing giveaway.

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  • When she got sick and got it all over herself was really messy.

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  • Messy, but he looks like he’s really having fun.

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