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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Cottonelle - Fresh Care Routine

Cottonelle - Fresh Care Routine

In honor of the Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care Toilet Paper and Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Wipes, SocialMoms has teamed up with Cottonelle and asked for me to share this new blogging program!

Kids are so precious and so cute to watch grow up, as they grow they look to us as their parents to guide them and teach them how to stay healthy and clean. It can be such a pain to constantly repeat myself to my kids to flush the toilet, wipe the seat if you tinkled on it, wash your hands after using the potty, put the seat down, make sure you wipe yourself properly. It never fails in my house to see the toothpaste tube squeezed everywhere besides the bottom of the tube, instead it's twisted all up every which way and toothpaste all out of it with the cap no where in sight!! The soap is always shrinking during showers from being left in their bath water. It can be such a headache to keep up with the kids but at the end of the day I smile because I'm so happy to have been blessed with them. 

It is my pleasure to share with you Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care Toilet Paper and Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Wipes

To get that extra touch of cleanliness use Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care Toilet Paper then use the Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Wipes!! The fresh feeling will blow you off of your feet! I can't imagine not using both of these. It feels like just stepping out of the shower.

Here's the fun part, this process has to have a name, is there a name you would like to name it?? How about having a chance to win some awesome prizes for a name? 
To qualify for the year’s supply of Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care and Cottonelle Fresh Care, entrants must create a name through The Customizer on Cottonelle Brand’s Facebook Page between June 12, 2012, and February 28, 2013. Winners will be selected in a random drawing on a weekly basis. There is a limit of one prize per person. See full terms and conditions on Cottonelle Brand’s Facebook Page or

 About Cottonelle Brand:
The Cottonelle brand provides innovative comfort solutions for perineal personal care. Cottonelle toilet paper is available in three forms: Cottonelle Ultra Comfort Care, Cottonelle Gentle Care, and Cottonelle Clean Care. To help people feel cleaner and fresher than with toilet paper alone, the brand offers Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Wipes and Cottonelle Gentle Care Flushable Wipes enriched with Aloe & E. For the latest product information, visit
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*I was compensated for this post. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own*

Seattle - Sights of Your Life

Seattle - Sights of Your Life

Transitions Lenses and SocialMoms has partnered together in honor of the Transitions Lenses Sightseeing City Tour stop in Seattle at the Washington Brewers Festival and asked if I could help promote this event as well as share my most cherished sights in my life with you!

I think sometimes without realizing it we can take things for granted easily. Our vision is something so important and needed in our life's. Being able to watch the sun set or seeing flowers growing is so awesome.
We have such a beautiful world with so many things to see and nature makes it all possible. It's amazing how we see the color of things such as grass, tree's and animals. Just seeing the sky, the moon and stars is wonderful. Being able to see our children walk and run having fun is a great site to see.

As I type this post I'm remembering a few memorable sites I have experienced as a little girl. One of my most favorite would be when my parents would take me to Long's Park to feed the ducks.  I would sit along side of the water watching the ducks swim all in a row. The mama duck would have her baby ducks following her peacefully. I'd look around and see all of the trees and be amazed how pretty they were. The sun would be bright and I would just be in my own little world. Now that I have kids I take them to the same spot and I watch them enjoy feeding the ducks and being able to experience that great feeling. Without a healthy vision we wouldn't be able to experience these things.
Growing up my mother would always tell me how important our vision is and to appreciate it. I have learned from her by keeping up with eye exams on a regular basis for my children as well. My son and I wear glasses, I make sure we wear them as directed especially when reading. It can be a pain having to clean them sometimes but it's way worth being able to see.

So tell me how does a healthy sight play a role in your family's life? Please feel free to share by commenting below.

For the good news: Transitions lenses, in partnership with Pearle Vision will be in Seattle at the Washington Brewers Festival June 15- 17th 2012. Visit their booth because their offering free vision screenings for the whole family and the opportunity to have your photo taken in front of a scenic backdrop! To read more about this click here.

About Transitions Optical, Inc.
Transitions Optical is a joint venture of PPG Industries, Inc. and Essilor International. The first to successfully commercialize a plastic photochromic lens in 1990, today the company is a leading provider of photochromics to optical manufacturers worldwide. Transitions Optical offers the most advanced photochromic technology in the widest selection of lens designs, materials and brand names.
As the Official Sponsor of Sightseeing™ Transitions lenses help you see the world the way it’s meant to be seen. By continually adapting to changing lighting conditions, Transitions lenses enhance your everyday moments so your experiences are more vivid, more vibrant, more true.
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Sight of the Day Photo Contest:
Capturing everyday moments through photography gives you the opportunity to cherish memories for a lifetime. Enter the Official Sponsor of Sightseeing™ Sight of the Day Photo Contest for your chance to win the Ultimate Sightseeing Dream Vacation! Learn more here.

I received compensation to participate in a SocialMoms and Transitions lenses blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own. To read more posts on this topic, click here.