Get Messy With Your Baby in the #MessiestBabyContest + $50 AMEX Giveaway

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.Clay's First Birthday

Our little guy just turned one on the 20th of October! Time sure does fly, I always heard people say that, but I think until you have your own little sweetie pie, you don’t truly see how fast it really is going by! I remember bringing him home and being scared of what to do, and now he runs all over the house playing! I am very thankful I get to stay at home with him, so I get to take part in each new milestone he reaches! 

Clay Eating

We can’t always sweat the small stuff, a little mess here and there is always a little fun, right?! Rather than sweating the small stuff, parents should rejoice in the fact that a messy baby is a sign of a happy,well-adjusted one and not worry that it may reflect poorly on them as parents. Parents can brush off the spaghetti stains on the party dress and the grass stains on pants and enjoy every moment while Dreft tackles the messDreft has partnered with Dr. Hes, and she shares some great “messy baby” tips! Here are a few of her tips she shares, to make memories with your babies!

Count the fun and use your fingers: Use your little one’s food as a fantastic way to learn how to begin counting. When snacking, start counting with your little one and encourage them to use their fingers. Also, this is a great time to use food to help them learn how to properly grasp things. It will take time and practice so let them get a little dirty with their food and practice, practice, practice!

Load up on bibs: Bibs are a great way to capture those messy food moments. Once your little one is done with meal time, throw the bib in the washer with Dreft Active Baby to easily tackle the mess so you can do it all over again. The mess went way beyond the bib? No problem—throw that outfit in the washer too!

Splish, Splash in the Bath: Bring fun toys and activities into the bath and let your child splash around and have fun. Make sure to use warm water (vs. hot) and use a mild cleanser to keep skin soft and itch-free. Gently pat skin dry and end with an after-bath moisturizer to seal in moisture and protect baby’s soft skin.

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I also wanted to share Dreft is excited to launch the Dreft America’s Messiest Baby Contest, inviting families to submit photos of their favorite messy baby moments! You have a chance to win prizes including the cover of May issue of Parents Magazine and more! It is a great way to win prizes but also create fun memories!

How to Enter Contest: 

Parents can enter to win Dreft’s America’s Messiest Baby Contest for a chance to have their little one featured on the cover of Parent’s Magazine by submitting a photo of their favorite messy baby moment at www.parents.com/dreftmessiestbabycontest or posting their photo on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #messiestbabycontest. Winners will also receive a supply of Dreft laundry detergent of course!

Dreft hosted an event in New York City on October 25th with Molly Sims! She got a little messy with little ones helping Dreft launch their nationwide search for Dreft’s America’s Messiest Baby, at the Dreft Messy Play Date Party in New York City! Molly Sims has embraced the mess in her life, with two children and one on the way #amazinghood.

Stay tuned for the upcoming Twitter Party with Dreft featuring Molly Sims! The Dreft #MessiestBabyContest Twitter Party will take place on Monday, November 14th from 9PM-10Pm EST. IF you are free make sure to attend for some good conversation and prizes to be won! You can  RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2f1Djbj.

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If you are looking for a great detergent that can remove baby food stains and more, and is also gentle on the skin, try Dreft today! We have used this with Clay and it is amazing! Works wonders at fighting off those stains, and is great for sensitive baby skin and is hypoallergenic!

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Comments

  1. Jessica Beard says:

    When my son started on solids, every meal was messy (especially sweet potatoes).

  2. Lisa Brown says:

    The biggest mess was with my sister and he little one, at dinner at a restaurant. She ordered pasta with red sauce for her little one’s dinner was. The dinner was all over him and the floor below. It was the biggest mess I had ever seen. I will never forget it.

  3. Nicole Martin says:

    His 1st birthday… He had cake alllllll over!!

  4. A messy moment that comes to mind from over 30+ years ago was when my youngest daughter was crawling around the house with a full diaper of #2, and everywhere she sat, it leaked out the sides on the carpet. It was such a pain to clean up and getting the stains out of the carpet was so difficult!

  5. Changing my son’s dirty diaper only to be exploded on with more of it! On my freshly cleaned linen and new sweater!

  6. Omigosh. First birthdays are always so messy. Cake and icing everywhere. My little guy had whipped cream icing in places I didn’t think possible!

  7. A messy moment that sticks out to me is when my son ate blueberries for the first time.

  8. carol clark says:

    well mine is a messssssy one very graphic i hope you dont mind but its the only thing i can think of i was potty training him and he was in that stage of not wanting to pee in the toilet or poop in there and one day he come running in and had poop on him and said stinky for some reason after that he pooped in the toilet fromthen on it was a mess i just threw away the clothes he had on it was bad but another mess we were fixing to take pictures and his sippy cup spilled red juice everywhere

  9. Mary Cloud says:

    My kids and spaghetti was always a bad combination – it would be everywhere and makes the worst stains

  10. Carly Williams says:

    A moment that I saw a baby messy was recently at the beach. The baby had sand everywhere!

  11. Recently, we had a messy moment when my little one helped carve pumpkins. We had orange slime and pumpkin seeds everywhere – so messy, but so cute!

  12. My kids liked to play with flour and butter while I was busy in baking cakes and cookies.

  13. Dan Dykstra says:

    It has to be after the first birthday party with cake.

  14. My favorite messy moment is when my son ate his first rice cereal.

  15. Barbara Montag says:

    Our baby’s messiest moment was when we first game them applesauce.
    thank ou

  16. amy pugmire says:

    syrup all over the counter, kitchen floor and panty. ugg!

  17. The messiest moment is always the first birthday, always.

  18. Breanna Pollard says:

    MY NIECE’S MESSIEST MOMENT WAS THROW HER FRUIT ACROSS THE ROOM.

  19. Tiffany Greene Elliott says:

    One of my kids messiest moments when my older three daughters got into the refrigerator while I was asleep! They had yogurt, ketchup, milk, cookies, and probably more on the kitchen floor and themselves! I had a mess to clean up that is for sure! Wished I would have taken a picture!

  20. Nicole Flynn says:

    My neice got into my sister’s makeup. It was extremely messy.

  21. way back when my son was a infant …and we will changing his diaper and here he piss all over his dad before we could get him changes ….that was a wet mess

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