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PostHeaderIcon Learn a new way to talk with the Clorox #Icktionary

There have been so many times when something utterly gross happens to us. It seems that these things happen more frequently once you become a parent. How many times have you encountered a messy diaper blow out? My mother said that when my brother was a baby, he took his diaper off and proceeded to draw on the wall with his poop. How wonderful for her! I am so grateful that the boys never did anything like this. Now, the FTC says I have to mention to you that this blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Clorox blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.

Have you ever dropped your smartphone in the toilet? You may not publicly admit it but I am sure many of you have. We have all had many icky moments that we don’t care to discuss and would really like to forget ever happened! Guess what? You’re not alone. Clorox has been faithfully helping you clean up these messes with products from toilet bowl cleaners to disinfecting wipes for a very long time, and now they wanted my help naming life’s biggest messes! My words are Clorox-approved and are in the new online Clorox Ick-tionary, the hilarious dictionary of messes. read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Join in on the Clorox #WTFlu Event! #Giveaway

Clorox #WTFlu #Giveaway -  DelightfulChaos.com

You bring your kids to a birthday party, look at the moon bounce and think “sick day for mama”. It’s flu season.

In addition to helping keep people healthy with the flu prevention tips we previously shared, Clorox is finding the humor in those “What the Flu!?” moments we’ve all experienced with a new #WTFlu Tumblr page launched this week.

Check it out for some sick day entertainment and get in on the action by sharing your own flu mishaps on Twitter with the #WTFlu hashtag. They will be responding to the best tweets with #WTFlu care packages full of everything you need to get you through the rest of flu season, including: read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Clorox Power A Bright Future Grant Program

This holiday season, teens  and adults can both support local schools entered in Clorox’s Power A Bright Future K-12 school grant program. For the program’s fourth year, Clorox will award seven grants totaling $200,000 to help fund new or existing school programs.

Teen celeb and star of Disney’s “Shake it Up,” Bella Thorne is working with Clorox to help spread the word and encourage votes from parents and teens in the Power A Bright Future program.  Bella is working closely with Clorox to make sure that K-12 schools can receive funds for programs that encourage students to be creative, active and tech and science savvy.

The entries are in and your votes are so important!  You all took the time to enter and now it’s time to make a difference. Power A Bright Future is a cause that parents and teens can get involved in together to help a K-12 school win a grant up to $50,000.

Here’s is how every one 13 or older can get involve!

  • VOTE ONCE A DAY ONLINE AND VIA TEXT—Through December 19th visit www.powerabrightfuture.com from a computer or mobile phone to do it, and you can check the site for your school’s text-to-vote code. Vote once online and once by text every day!
  • SHARE YOUR PHOTOS ON INSTAGRAM—If you have a teen 13 and older, encourage them to follow Bella Thorne on Instagram (@bellathornelovesyou) to see how Power A Bright Future grants can make a difference for K-12 schools. Bella is also calling on teens to tag their own photos on Instagram using #yolopabf to show how a Power A Bright Future grant can make a difference to their school.

Disclosure: I was not compensated in any form for this post.

PostHeaderIcon Clorox Ode to the Commode

My sons are like fish when it comes to water. It is only March and they are already asking me when the pool will be open. My oldest is actually going to be on a swim team this year! Usually bath time consists of me telling Spencer that he can’t stay in the tub for 3 hours. If he isn’t “pruney” he says he can’t get out yet. It is like some kind of a timer to him. Like if he gets out before his fingers are “pruney” the world will end or something.

While I really can’t think of anything my boys have really done in the bathtub that is funny, I did recall a picture that I took of Royal when he was just about a year old. It is one of my favorite pictures of him! When I went looking through my compurter for it, I came across another that I took when he was 3. Is tarted laughing because I didn’t remember taking the second one. I guess I thought I needed a silly follow up p[ic. RED SOLO CUP! My “baby” is going to be 10 in July. Oh my gosh, where did the time go?
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