Saturday, August 9, 2008

MomSpit Giveaway



Would you like to win your own set of MomSpit? The winner will recieve 3 2 oz. bottles. All you have to do is tell me a cute story about a time that your little one made a BIG mess.

Contest ends August 13.

24 comments:

Amanda said...

hey, I blogged on MU and on mommymandy!

AmentsChick said...

Talk about a big mess! My 5 year old apparently put a crayon in her pocket...and it went through the wash AND the dryer. All the other clothes in that load were ruined!

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itwasn'tme said...

I had made a chocolate cake and left it on the counter- no chance the little one could reach it but indeed our dog could and pulled it to the floor and flipped it, had the other dog and the youngones making a huge fun mess on the floor

kamewh said...

I have always wanted to try this! My kids always make big messes! The most recent was when my 2 year old got into the fridge and found the strawberries!

Thank you for the giveaway!

abbygirl said...

I'm a grandma of 3 little "messmakers", but I do have a real mess to relate. As my husband was on the ladder painting our house, our son - then around 3 climbed up behind him hitting the paint bucket which entirely turned over on his head. After the fact, it was pretty funny, but at the moment it was panic-time. Thankfully it was latex paint. We had to literally "hose" him down. And, the neighbors complained about the white water that was running down the street!

agordon10 said...

The time my sons' diaper exploded on the bar of a fancy wine bar during a tasting.

Sarcastic Mom (aka Lotus) said...

Okay, I'm sorry, but the worst mess my son has made to date was blogged on this post: Scatastrophe

(warning: not for the faint of heart or weak of stomache) Hehe.

I mean, he's made fantastic messes with food, crayons, etc... but really, what's worse to clean up than... well... you know.

PS: Mommies United sent me! :-)

ya ya's mom said...

omg, where do i start? the worst messes were when she was still deep in diapers and the whole poop up the back thing, but recently she peed on the floor at the dentist's office. nice, huh?

Lisa~Crazy Adventures in Parenting said...

I don't know which one to pick! My oldest used to have a penchant for hitting everything BUT the toilet when getting sick.

My 8 year old had the worst stomach virus EVER and it came out both ends when he was 2. His poor little body, and oh the laundry! :(

My other 8 year old when she was little would find water. Anywhere. And play in it. You can imagine.

My 4 year old is the least messiest, except when he sneezes. The child 'lets it fly' and I mean literally! :-S

My 19 month old is probably the messiest of the bunch. She has laser triggered aim on anything you leave that she can get a hold of and if you don't catch her RIGHT.THEN. you're toast and will be cleaning forever. Dish on the table not fully eaten and the chair slightly untucked? Yup. If she's done in her highchair, food is on the walls, on the floor. Yup. You can't let her walk around with food either, or else you'll find it under your pillow, in your socks, under the couch. She's got talent. With older siblings such as hers, no wonder! :P

Ma Val said...

MU sent me over! I was in on our most recent mess. I wanted to try shaving cream & paint for something new. We took it outside on the sidewalk next to the little pool from the day before. When the kids asked if they could paint the side walk with pool water & their shaving mixture I said sure. Then we dumped the pool over into the lawn and played in the puddles and mud. We had to have bathtime before dinner since they were so messy and wonderfully dirty! What a great day it was.

Channah said...

My little one, just a couple of months ago, I guess wasn't feeling well. After service, a bunch of us decided to go to Claim Jumper for a meal. Hubby was playing with the baby, while we were waiting for our table to get set up.
Suddenly, baby stops laughing, looks at Hubby, and projectile spits-up all over Hubby. Hubby's dress shirt and tie are soaked. Before we can react, baby spits-up again. And then again.

We quickly scramble to get everything wiped up, while baby goes back to his normal laughing. Hubby's shirt was clinging to him, it was so wet!

gkstratos said...

We once found our 3 year old in the pantry. She had found a bottle of chocolate syrup and had a blast with it.
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kygirl said...

Thsi story is about the pet baby. I had made a red velvet cake and sat it on the table. My son was admiring the cake. I had ask him to put the chair back up to the table when he was done looking at the cake. Well he forgot and our pet baby(rat terrier) got up on the table and we had red velvet cake everywhere.

Bev said...

Picture a high chair, a toddler type person, a bowl of spahgetti with a little red sauce and yep, it ended up on his head. I needed alot of momspit.

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anarchafemina said...

I don't know about a big mess but the most inconvenient one for me was when I had just stepped out of the shower, put on freshly pressed new clothes only to have the little one pee all over me a couple minutes later. If she weren't so cute, I would've grounded her until the age of 65!

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lace said...

One of the messiest days that I encouraged, was a rainy day spent playing in the mud and puddles. It was a warm rain. We played in the rain and then moved on to puddles and finally just mud. The girls were covered from head to toe in mud. It was a fun day.

I'm not sure momspit would have put a dent in the mess but it sure would come in handy at other times.

carmen said...

Just last week my husband and I went to Mexican with our 20 month old son. He was eating his soft tortilla with bean dip. My husband and I were talking and not really paying attention then we realized our son had smeared bean dip all over his face...I guess he liked the way it felt as he rubbed it back and forth!

jellosheriff said...

My teens often help out by bathing their baby brother. Once, one of the teens threw his brother's pants down the laundry chute with the pull-ups still inside them. Ever had a washer full clothes and millions of those little tiny silica beads?

Natalie said...

My daughter purposely makes a huge mess when she eats spaghetti, she thinks it's hilarious! She smiles at me all proud and says she's a mess. We could definitely use this stuff. :)

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MMrussianadoption said...

My 3 year old climbed up on his dresser to reach a high shelf and baby powdered his whole room and self

Little Piddles said...

This is one of so many...
one time I had my then one year old and 3 year old in the kitchen with a little dixie cup. I left them alone while I went in another room for maybe a minute or two tops. When I came back my one year old had ice cream all over her face and table. It's one of my favoorite pics still till this day:)

Goob's Mom said...

I don't have a big mess story yet. My little one just turned 1. I'm just trying to prepare myself!

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CrazyDaizy said...

I was missing a lipstick of mine so I went upstairs to my kids room on the way I saw little red marks all the way to her room. There in her room was my little one with her finger in the lipstick and it all over her face and floor and wall.. I had to take a picture hehe.

bohemianduck said...

I don't have a baby but I do have cats which I think we all know can be obscenely messy as well.

One morning after a dinner party (for which a friend had brought a casserole dish full of jello as dessert) I walk into the kitchen and there is 360 degrees of red jello covering every single kitchen surface. The cat had flipped the casserole dish off the counter in the night and there was literally a 360 degree spray of red sticky sweetness around the entire room: floor, cabinet doors, counter, wall, inside the sink, on the stove, on the doors of the upper cabinets, on the ceiling, and on the fluorescent lights. And of course, on the cat himself. One of the biggest messes ever.