Saturday, April 19, 2008

Birthday Bash - Icebreaker! Huggies CleanTeam: Dirty Kids vs. Bath Time

Lets get this party started!!!! If you haven't already go ahead and sign up (read the rules) for Connor's First Birthday Party Blog Bash! Once thats done your ready to start entering all the party games we will be having all week!

M80 is sponsoring this giveaway, I'll leave the rest of this post up to Ethan over at the M80 Parents Blog.

Connor’s 1st birthday blog party icebreaker:
What is the best/funniest story you’ve ever heard about a child being a) insanely dirty or b) a handful at bath time?

There’s no minimum length; you might only need one sentence. And the incident doesn’t even need to have happened to you…we just want to hear a lot of stories!

  1. Post the story and your contact info below in the comments
  2. BONUS: post your story on your blog with the title “Huggies CleanTeam: Dirty Kids vs. Bath Time” to introduce yourself to new readers and become eligible for extra CleanTeam prizing. Just post a link to your story in the comments!
Angela will choose a winner for the title of “Best Dirty Story 2008” by April 26. The grand prize is the full line of Huggies CleanTeam products (which we’ve learned have some great applications for adults as well!). Blogger entrants will also receive bonus CleanTeam products of their choice.

Even more importantly, you’ll have an excuse to share your story at the party.



And don’t forget to check in with the M80 Parents Blog; a blog about parenting blogs!

The Huggies CleanTeam knows how hard it is to get kids clean. That’s why they’ve created a full line of cleaning products for toddlers: hand soap, shampoo, flushable moist wipes, cleansing cloths, washcloths, and bath wash, and detangler.

Make sure you've read the rules and joined the Birthday Bash to enter this contest! We will be taking entries until April 27th.

28 Comments:

Naomi said...

Happy Birthday, Connor!

I don't want to enter (M80 already sent me some Cleanteam samples) but I have two words for you:

poop submarine

It only happened once, when Roo was probably around Connor's age, but I have lived in fear ever since... only slightly joking...

I think it reminded me of that pool gag in Meatballs with the Baby Ruth. Again, ick.

Joanna (Mof2) said...

I have a story, I posted it on my blog...It was a lot to write!

http://momof2andwife.blogspot.com/2008/04/birthday-bash-icebreaker.html

Can't wait to read other people stories!

specialksmommy@yahoo.com

windycindy said...

I HATE sand. Sand in the park, sandboxes, sandboxes at friends, etc. Nothing is tougher to get off of a child and from the house than sand! That is my story. Thanks,Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

nor_lou said...

Here is my story of muddy kids

http://sillymommy2sillygirls.blogspot.com/2008/04/huggies-cleanteam-dirty-kids-vs-bath.html

heather said...

Well, here is a gross story that I only have heard since I was just a baby when it happened. I guess when my brother was younger (not sure what age) he had pooped in his diaper. Curious about it he reached in and grabbed it. He then proceeded to cover the walls with poop. My mom walked in and saw my brother and the walls covered in poop. Except instead of thinking he did something wrong, he was very proud because he thought he just created a work of art...Thank goodness he doesn't read this blog or I would be in trouble. :) katebeth45 AT gmail

jenny said...

this is realy cute stuff

tvollowitz@aol.com said...

Prepare thyself . . . When I was a teenager, my baby brother had his friend over. They were both in potty training mode. It was bath time and as my mother told them the bath was ready my brother's friend ran into my bedroom closet -- naked. He then proceeded to poop, yes, poop as in caca, number 2, etc etc IN MY CLOSET!! I wasn't in the room at the time but I could hear my mother's yell from downstairs. My family is still friends with the friend's family so this poor kid still has to hear about this story as an adult. lol
Stephanie V.

MaryBeth said...

When i was young, i used to love playing in the dirty and with worms. it was time to come in and my mother didnt let me bring the worms into the house. so i put them in my pocket. my mother washed my clothes, and she had washed worms all over everything in the washing machine. the story still makes my parents laugh.

mesargent813 at yahoo dot com

laura said...

This is the most recent story making the rounds of my friends, so I'll share... My friend's daughter in LA, we'll call her Miss C, decided to take off her diaper and run around the house. Only problem, she was needing to poo at the time. So they were apparently running after a poo'ing toddler who got lots of brown muck all over the house before they could stop the shenanigans (I think Miss C must have had a head start on them). The best part is, years ago, their cat did the same thing (was having some bowel issues and leaving 'dingle-berries' all around the house). Funny how life repeats itself!
Cant wait to read the other stories!!
laurachilton {at} hotmail {dot} com

Danielle said...

Every bathtime is ultra yucky for us! My 7 month old gets TOO relaxed in the bath and poos in the tub EVERY TIME! AAhhhh!
dansan826 at yahoo.com

Mary512 said...

My daughter is definitely a handful at bathtime, she always wants to stand up in the bathtub and reach for things around the tub. She will also experiment with moving around in the water and sometimes hurt herself. She will splash so much water out of the tub that I have to cover myself with a towel. Shes a crazy bath lovin' girl.
Blogged it:
http://mommyland512.blogspot.com/2008/04/huggies-cleanteam-dirty-kids-vs-bath.html
Great giveaway, thanks!

tAnYeTTa said...

that is NOT a new toy in the tub. please, let go.

Becca said...

Maybe with seven dogs you can relate to this one, but for your sake, Angela, I'm hoping not.

I changed and dressed my daughter in a huge hurry this morning in order to get to church on time. I accidentally left her poopy diaper on her bedroom floor instead of taking it out to the trash.

When we came home from church I discovered that our dog had dragged the diaper outside through his doggy door and torn it too pieces. I was too grossed out to check whether the poop was still there or not. I really think I'm better off not knowing. Needless to say, I made my sweet husband clean it up.

beccachristensen at hotmail dot com

PiesBonitos said...

My youngest son picked up his birthday cake at his first party and literally put the entire thing on his head! I have pictures to prove it!

Carrie
mountainrailway at gmail dot com

Teresa said...

When my oldest daughter was 3 and my son 2 years old, we had one of those "its way too quiet moments"! Any parent knows that quiet means trouble! I decided to investigate and found them covered from head to toe in chocolate drink powder. It was a just opened economy size! Lol its funny now, but what a mess it was!

angelaandconnor at gmail.com said...

Great stories everyone.. Keep it up :)

Kari said...

I have two stories, short ones. Both involving my youngest son, lol.

When he was a year old, he found the maple syrup. I came into the kitchen and found him head to toe covered in it, and my floor, and his blankee, toy, and the cat!

The same kid hopped into my running bathwater about a year later, fully clothed and started playing in the water. Totally oblivious to the fact that he was in his shoes and all. :)

Thanks for the contest!!

CPA Mom said...

hmmm... the most "insanely dirty" my kids have been would be after a trip to the beach, take the diaper off, to have sand POURING out of it. Wish I had a funny one...really want to win this one!

calgirl said...

We had visiting family from out of town and decided to go to the Spegetti Factory for dinner. We were such a site 12 people including 5 kids in highchairs. The dinner went well and the kids were well behaved but when we got up after paying the bill and looked under the tablecloth while getting our belongings we discovered that most of what the kids had on their plates were on the floor. We apologized and left a VERY hefty tip.

Sharon said...

When our daughter was 9 months and our son, 3-they were both invited to a birthday party. My son was playing an out door game. The cake and ice cream had already been served, but not yet cleaned up..on blankets on the lawn. My daughter got into every single plate she could reach (she could sit up but not crawl yet)...and took a bath in left over chocolate cake and frosting. Happy as can be...and messy as I've ever seen on her. THANKS for great sweeps :)

Rockin' Mama said...

Here is the nitty gritty dirt on bath time. My son goes from one extreme to another (being constipated to having no trouble going). My husband was watching him while I was at work. My son hadn't pooped in a day or so and I knew he was just waiting to explode. I called my husband to check on him like I normally do. No answer. Trying not to be concerned. Called back a little bit later. Hubbie tells me that Josh is covered with poop and had to take him, clothes and all, into the bath! Ha! Hubbie said he didn't know such a tiny baby could have so much poop in him.

Stephanie Bruce said...

My boys LOVE bathtime. Daddy does not as is usually involves a flood of epic proportions. Their most recent adventure came after seeing the water horse. Our two boys were bathing as usual and suddenly I heard them yelling while I was getting pajamas and towels, I went into the bathroom where I found my two boys (ages 3 and 5) riding our two dogs (bonkers and betty ) in the tub as their own "waterhorses" It was an awful mess and involved REbathing not only the two boys but the two dogs as well as our selves who had gotten soaked when the dogs escaped.

Paige said...

My friend was in the shower with her 18 month old daughter. The daughter wriggled out of the shower and went walking down the hall. When Mom came out, she could smell poo. Uh-oh. She tracked her down and found her with poo in her mouth, hands, all over her face, and, of course, her behind. not fun.

Heather said...

When my daughter had mastered the toddle, she was outside exploring the wonders of our landscape one day. She happened upon a puddle, and proceeded to put most of the puddle and surrounding dirt on her face and hair. I've never laughed so much in my life, especially when she looked over with that two-tooth grin. Of course, her cute onsie was ruining, but the pictures I got of her are priceless.

Jinxy & Me said...

Picture this - a whole jar of peanut butter and a fierce desire to pet the cats THOROUGHLY!

Brooke said...

My kid loved to poop in the tub, so a little bit of both.

masonsgranny59 said...

Happy Birthday, Connor! a dozen egg and a 2 yr old.

penguin28 said...

I'll never forget the day when my teenage daughter was about 2 or 3. I went down to the basement to put in a load of laundry. When I returned she had gotten into the vaseline and put it all over her, including her hair. She then got the baby powder and put it all over herself. Talk about one difficult mess! I am so careful with my 2 year old. Older and wiser!

renee
penguinchick@comcast.net

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