This is a sponsored post on behalf of Clorox and SocialMoms blogging program. All views and opinions are my own 🙂 Continue reading to see the Messy Word that I came up with and share your own!
Being a mom, there are many many many times that I am on my hands and knees cleaning up messes and spills. It just comes with the territory. Kids make messes and moms are right there behind them constantly cleaning up. There have been times that I just wonder how my kids can make such a mess and sometimes like to come up with terms that describe their sticky, sloppy, yucky messes.
One such term that I came up with is Puddle- Oh No!!! Once you hear the description, I think you will know what I am talking about. We finished potty training a few months back and there were many a times that they just couldn’t quite make it all the way to the potty and then called me in to help them. Puddle- Oh No means that puddle your child leaves on the bathroom floor when they can’t quite make it to the potty on time. Sometimes I wonder how their little bladders could seriously hold that much liquid. Then you go scrambling for the towels and getting them changed as quickly as possible.
If you have ever potty trained, I think you have been there and cleaned up quite a few of those Puddle- Oh Nos 🙂 Thankfully there are products like Clorox to help you clean up and get your house back to squeaky clean, well at least until the kids make their next mess!
Do you have a term that you have made up for all those special messes your kids make? Maybe you should submit yours on the Clorox® Ick-tionary website! I was browsing over it and seriously just spent the whole time laughing and reminiscing over all the times that similar situations that I have been in and how the icktionary words so accurately describe them.
While you are there play some games and you can win coupons for Clorox products to help you clean up all those crazy messes and spills. Then come back here and tell me your favorite Clorox Ick-tionary word or let me know one you would submit!